Do you add the comments?

Pakistan
June 23, 2007 10:42pm CST
Many mylotters stay with the discussions they had started adds comments to the responds they get. But as concerned myself I do not add the comments to the responses of the discissoions I had started im mylot.This is becouse I dont know the benifits of adding comments in reply of responses I use to get from my friends and other fellows of mylot community. Is it a good or bad practice I have adopted. If it is a good practice, then what is the gain or positves of adding comments to the responses we use to get.
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9 responses
• India
26 Jun 07
Hi buddy, Adding Comments have a lot of benefits since from the long time. It is bitter truth. I love to add Comments, It is very good way of sharing ideas, opinion, knowledge as there is a famous saying “If you have an apple and I have an apple and we exchange these apples then you and I will still each have one apple. But if you have an idea and I have an idea and we exchange these ideas, then each of us will have two ideas “- George Bernard Shaw Now you got a little idea about its importance. Visit this blog http://gedet-basumatary.blogspot.com/2007/06/whats-big-deal-about-commenting-on-blog.html to know more about Importance of Commenting.
@easy888 (10405)
• Australia
25 Jun 07
Hello,sheenshaukat ,i will always try to add comments when i see my replies have been commented by other people,i like to have real discussions with other people,most of the time,i can get the message notification for the comments and add more comments to the discussions again. I find out that we may be able to earn more in adding comments to the discussions,so it may be a good thing for those who want to earn more.
@Calais (10905)
• Australia
24 Jun 07
I always respond to the discussions that I start. I dont know about any benefits, but I would certainly feel rude if I didnt say anything. These people have taken the time to respond to your discussion, why not respond back to them. It dosnt hurt.
@healwell (1271)
• Ahmedabad, India
24 Jun 07
I am not blindly putting comments on responces and very hardly, when I feel to put otherwise I never put comments on the responce I have got: I think it is more useful because I am considering commentators things in a large perspectives!
@banta78 (4335)
• India
24 Jun 07
I don't add comments that often this is because i have not started too many discussions in recent timesand soemtimes i read the responses and don't feel the need to give comment. Besides i type slowly so it will take sometime for me to do it. Though i feel i will try to add more comments from now on as it helps to keep discussion going and fellow mylotians would like to know your reply to their post. Cheers:)
@cynddvs (2950)
• United States
24 Jun 07
I try to add comments to as many of the responses I get to my discussions as I can. Sometimes it's hard to keep up with all the responses. But I try to comment on most of them. I just think it's the polite thing to do. I'm on here to make money but they best way to make money is by having good friends on here. I would think if your friends see you aren't adding comments to their responses they may stop responding to you all together.
• China
24 Jun 07
hi there its good if we response to discussions we started its not about the benefit of how much we earn from responding but we build our good friendship and reputation to others........
@_hope_ (3917)
• Australia
24 Jun 07
Well if i start a discussion it`s for a reason not just to have people reply i`m interested in their comments so therefore i see it being part of that discussion to reply no matter how many replies i get nor how long it takes me i feel that i owe it to all the people who reply for them to see that yes i have read their comment and how i found their comment .Their opinions are valued by me
@magica (3710)
• Bulgaria
24 Jun 07
In the beggining i did it. But not allways.Sometimes we have many discussions and many replies, some of theese replies are similar.So if i add comment to all of them and this comment says nothing new, this is not contributing to the discussion and can be just boring.