Do you like it, when people write short posts?Or you like reading long ones?

@tuyakiki (3026)
India
August 12, 2009 4:28am CST
Hi Mylotters!!! Long responses earns you much bucks over here in comparison to the short posts... I also prefer writing a bit long posts,consisting 6 to 8 lines. I also love reading the long ones,as it consist of many innovative things. So,what about you ?? Do you like to read or write short posts?? Or, like me, you like the long ones??? Please share your views regarding this.. Happy Mylotting!! And Happy posting,SHORT or LONG,whatever it is..
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@posham (1237)
• Philippines
13 Aug 09
Well, for me, it doesn't really matter as long as the content made sense and contributed to the topic. and most importantly, it answered my question and helped out.
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@tuyakiki (3026)
• India
13 Aug 09
Nice short post..Thanks for the response.
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@tuyakiki (3026)
• India
13 Aug 09
Nice short post..Thanks for the response.
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@piya84 (2591)
• India
13 Aug 09
Hello Tuyakiki It doesnt matter much according to me.Post should be interesting for reader.I have see few short replies here which made me laugh.Some big replies were tad boring.I did not read complete post.I left it there only.SO according to me it depends upon content rather than length.
@tuyakiki (3026)
• India
13 Aug 09
Hi Piya!! Yes!! The quality of the post is important,and not the quantity.Thanks for sharing.
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@webearn99 (1744)
• India
13 Aug 09
I prefer long responses, but just long enough to effectively put through the point. Very long responses tend to veer away from what needs to be said. The gist is what matters most.
@tuyakiki (3026)
• India
13 Aug 09
Yes!! Posts must be to the point and relevant in regard to the discussion.Thanks for the post.
@KrauseHome (33259)
• United States
13 Aug 09
Well, just as the same with discussions that most people ever start in here, I prefer responding back to longer and reading longer ones as well. When it comes to trying to help someone, or want them to help you I feel the most response someone gives back the more I can get to know them, and want to respond. When responding back a lot of times it does depend on my mood, and the type of discussion it is, but I stick to at least 4 lines at shortest just to try and help my earnings in here some as well.
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@tuyakiki (3026)
• India
13 Aug 09
Hi!! This one is the best idea..I also do the same thing.Its better to write six to eight lines...Thanks for the post.
@youless (86612)
• Guangzhou, China
13 Aug 09
Compare to them, I prefer to read the short posts much more. As I am impatient to read long posts. The short and brief posts which can have points will be alright. After all, this is not a place to write down an article. I love China
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@tuyakiki (3026)
• India
13 Aug 09
Longs posts means descriptive posts which the Mylot administrators wants from us.It must be to the point,and relevant in regard to the discussion. It doesn't always means an article.Thanks for posting.
@Trensue (5265)
• United States
13 Aug 09
I like reading the long ones if they are well written. I am a bit of a snob if you can't write "you" and must use "u" I don't read it. That is what texts are for. If you have something to say that is truly important it typically takes more than two sentences. Then again - perhaps I am just rambling.
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@tuyakiki (3026)
• India
13 Aug 09
I don't use abbreviations while writing in mylot...It is also against Mylot rules..Its better to write complete things.Thanks for responding.
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@Preciousgem (1190)
• Philippines
13 Aug 09
I want to read a long post, and i am jealous to the people who do long post that are related in discussion, because me i just write 2-3 sentences, if the discussion are not interesting and no word comes on my mind, i also post a long as a half paragraph or just one paragraph, if i had much idea on my mind, and the discussion are easy to answer.
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@tuyakiki (3026)
• India
13 Aug 09
I like long posts.I don't bother to write a post in a discussion if the topic doesn't interests me.... I generally don't write post consisting of 2 to 3 sentences,unlike you.Thanks for sharing.
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@mermaidivy (15417)
• United States
12 Aug 09
"Long responses earns you much bucks over here in comparison to the short posts" Oh I didn't know that, is it really true? I thought it doens't matter hopw long or short you post, earnings will be still given out as long as you do posting. I like to write whatever ideas in my mind, it could be long or short, try to wriute as much as I could on the topics. Sometimes a short one can just ocnclude good to the topic :-)
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@tuyakiki (3026)
• India
13 Aug 09
Your posts should be descriptive ones..I think,that means minimum 6 to 8 sentences/line and not consist and not one word or two to three sentences....Thats the mylot rule..Such a post will earn you 1 cent! Others will only raise your post numbers,but it won't help in earning. Thanks for participation.... Keep posting.
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@anniefannie (1743)
• United States
12 Aug 09
i like longer post it gives you more information and you answer or write a response better.i don''t like the ones that go on and on and don't say anything or repeat themselves
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@tuyakiki (3026)
• India
13 Aug 09
Probably these posts are copied from somewhere.Thats why they sounds so strange.I too received some of these posts... Thanks for posting. Happy Mylotting.
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• India
12 Aug 09
Yeah, tuyakiki. I am very much the same in the sense i also love the responses that are descriptive and contain useful content. Many times, mylotters respond just to increase their posts, that does not add anything to the discussion. Happy Mylotting!!
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@tuyakiki (3026)
• India
14 Aug 09
Yes!! You are right... Posts that are written by us should add something to the discussion.They should be relevant and to the point. Thanks for sharing.
@cindyhxf (1447)
• China
12 Aug 09
to be honest i don't like too long or too short post.too long i think they shouldn't tell long story here just tell me main story is ok.too short i think they didn't want to tell more what their really mind .they just post for posting.
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@tuyakiki (3026)
• India
14 Aug 09
Hi Cindy!! I think the same way as you do... Thanks for your participation.
@dpk262006 (53920)
• Delhi, India
12 Aug 09
Hi Kiki! My answer is very simple and it matches your opinion. I always love to read long and meaningful responses, in comparison to short, curt and one liners. Descriptive responses tell a lot about the respondent's state of mind and whether s/he enjoyed the discussion or not. It appears to me that those who write very brief responses are not very much interested in the discussion(s) and they just go about it for the sake of 'responding'. I also avoid writing very brief responses, untill the discussion is not of my interest or I am hard pressed for time but I want to post something. I always try to respond to the core issue of the discussion with some meaningful quotes.
@tuyakiki (3026)
• India
14 Aug 09
Hi Deepak!! Thanks for this longggggggggggg post......Everything that we do here is for fun and earning,So,I think its better to write descriptive posts....I try to make my post more relevant and to the point in regard to the discussion. Keep posting.. Happy Mylotting.
@divkris (1163)
• India
12 Aug 09
Well, to be frank i don't like the one liners or monosyllable answers. I like it when my responders write a few lines (say 3-4). I don't mind reading a 6-8 liner message too. But i see that there are a few members who write really BIG comments and i lose interest to go through the whole post. I think the discussion also matters :)
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@tuyakiki (3026)
• India
14 Aug 09
Thanks for sharing!Same is here too... But for the sake of earning our posts should be a bit descriptive,to the point and relevant in regard to the discussion. Keep posting.. Happy Mylotting.
• India
12 Aug 09
i like long responses as you said we can earn lot of money but i don't in what to respond with long sentences .first i will think i should give a long response but coming i will giving just short but .iam going the way i respond .if we are descripitive every one can easily understand
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@tuyakiki (3026)
• India
14 Aug 09
Thats true!! Thanks for participation. Keep posting.. Happy Mylotting.
@daliaj (5689)
• India
12 Aug 09
I am not patient enough to read very long posts. At the same time very short posts will disappoint me. I would like to read medium long posts. I don't mind reading very long posts if I am intersted in the topic, otherwise it will be boring. Sometimes people will write too many things which are not relevant to the topic to make long posts.
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@tuyakiki (3026)
• India
14 Aug 09
Its better to be to the point,while writing a post.It saves time.Thanks for the response! Keep posting.. Happy Mylotting.
12 Aug 09
I prefer to make it straight to the point. I'm not really the type to linger around in mindless conversation (or posting). So yeah, short is better IMO.
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@tuyakiki (3026)
• India
14 Aug 09
Thanks for sharing.
• China
12 Aug 09
to me, it depends. but most of the time, i give not very short lines. cause i only will respond the discussions that i think i'll have sth to share or sth to comment on. but i do accept others' short responds. cause i believe the quality is the most important, not only the quantity. hehe...
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@tuyakiki (3026)
• India
13 Aug 09
Yes!! You are absolutely right. Quality is the most important thing. Thanks for your participation.
@sagnik42 (3599)
• India
12 Aug 09
If a person can express his/her opinion in a couple of sentences it is fine with me.Anything other than a couple of words is alright for me. Well, a really long post can be a touch boring but if it is intersting then why not?? But most of all there should atleast be a response.I am not getting any of late.
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@tuyakiki (3026)
• India
12 Aug 09
Hi Sagnik!! Thanks for sharing..Its really hard to get a short but meaningful post..
@brienn (826)
• Philippines
12 Aug 09
Good day tuyakiki, Well for me any of them will do, cause there are some responses or post that even short they are still worth reading . There times also that when I am reading some long responses or post, it seems to be somehow have no sense at all, but I am not saying that all long post are non sense .
@tuyakiki (3026)
• India
12 Aug 09
Hi Brienn!! Thanks for the participation... Though it may be a non sense,but still its better to write the descriptive ones..These posts helps you to earn more.
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@vijayanths (7878)
• India
12 Aug 09
Hi, tuyakiki, when you keep things short it is really very interesting. At the same time when there are more matters to convey , you can go for long posts and log responses too. This is my experience in Mylot.