How to get more comments for discussion

Malaysia
May 7, 2009 7:35pm CST
Hi all, Can any of you 'senior' member out there give some advice on how to attract more responses/comments for the discussions you've created? Thanks..
1 person likes this
4 responses
@mysdianait (64082)
• Italy
8 May 09
MyLot is for discussions and a discussion is all about dicussing. I suggest you try commenting on the responses of those that have taken the time to respond on the discussions that you have started up to now. If you don't comment back then maybe they will think you are not reading what they wrote and will prefer to respond on discussions by other who do comment back. Then take time to go and respond on their discussions. The next time you start a discussion they might come back just to pay back the favour
1 person likes this
• Malaysia
8 May 09
Hi mysdianait, You have given me a good and sound advice, which I will surely follow. But kinda hard if the discussion we've posted didn't have any comment:-) Nevertheless, this myLot has got me quite addicted. It's not all about the money though. It's just good to know that whatever it is you are saying here are discuss among others worldwide, where you can connect with other people. It's kind of like 'chatting':-) Well, I will browse back to all my discussion and be sure to put my comment too...
• Pakistan
8 May 09
Hello Always try to start a burning discussion and try to start a quality and meaningful thread. Then you will get more and more comments.
@tdemex (3547)
• United States
8 May 09
Good question! this is always a crap soot? Why would I say that? Let me give you an example. About 9 months ago I asked about " mixed couples I'm white and my wife is Mexican. How do you react. does it bother you?" The first time I got 4 responses, I asked the same question 1 week ago and got 70 responses? Go figure! But you must make it a general question where the people have to give an opinion not like do you like red or white? see the difference? Hope so! I really wish you good luck here, and don't be to worried about the money as so many people are, it will come to you! tdemx
@Jennlk84 (4219)
• United States
8 May 09
I don't know if I'd consider myself a "senior" member but I have been here for a few months and am well near 1000 posts. My best advice would be to try and not post discussions that have already been posted before. Also, post things that you think would be interesting to talk about or answer. Good luck and Happy Mylotting! :-)