• Have you benefited from the WhatNext Site and network of social pages?

    Asked by GregP_WN on Saturday, July 13, 2019

    Have you benefited from the WhatNext Site and network of social pages?

    We have been nominated in several categories in the WEGO Health Awards this year. This is a great honor to be recognized for the work we do. We would love to bring this award home! Last year we made it to #3 out of thousands of sites. You can help us by dropping by the WEGO Health Awards profile page and nominating us again, leave a testimonial, and endorsing us for any of the categories we have been nominated for. Just click this link to see that page>>https://awards.wegohealth.com/nominees/14288 Thank you for your support!

    6 Answers from the Community

    6 answers
    • Guyla's Avatar

      Information is the key to conquering doubt and fear. I have survived multiple CA diagnosis and because of that several newly diagnosed friends have come to me for info and encouragement. I always introduce them to What's Next, a reliable source of information. Information helps.

      over 1 year ago
    • myb's Avatar

      Yes, I benefited from the information on this site and continue to share my experiences. I'll head over to vote for Whatnext and endorse!

      over 1 year ago
    • myb's Avatar

      So only one nomination or can we nominate in each category you were nominate in?

      over 1 year ago
    • Judytjab's Avatar

      More than you know!!

      over 1 year ago
    • GregP_WN's Avatar

      @myb, you can nominate any category listed on their directory but you can only endorse once. An endorsement is like a vote, the nomination is someone saying that the site deserves to be recognized. You can also write a testimonial during the nomination process that will show on the awards site that the judges will look at. It's you saying why WhatNext deserves to be nominated or win that category. Thanks to all of you for your support!

      over 1 year ago
    • Fridges' Avatar

      This site is a great source for information - if you can fumble your way through it. Sorry, but it just feels so disjointed - the information is all there but you do have to search, I understand that it is not an easy task to try and gather ALL cancers under one roof and appeal to everyone's taste. I belong to a few support groups and find that the "open" nature of groups is definitely the way to go. Keep up your good work and Thank You.

      over 1 year ago

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