Don't Post Discussions in a Row...if you are a Clever..

@Baluyadav (3644)
India
November 19, 2009 8:51pm CST
Don't get angry,this is for your higher earnings only,the logic behind is.. You may miss responses for some of your discussions....even though members may want to give response...because the discussions are always shuffle.. I want to to give responses for a particular discussion and after posted that response..the second discussion which i want to post response is gone to second and third pages..as every second there are number of discussion on new and recent heads... I hope members take this suggestion positively...
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12 responses
@wandry (72)
• Indonesia
21 Nov 09
thank for the tips baluyadav, i will need this info as i am new here. I'll wait your useful tips again so i can learn much from you.
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@Baluyadav (3644)
• India
21 Nov 09
Hi,welcome,wandry,this is not only for new members,but also useful for members who loosing their responses by posting responses in a bunch.Have a nice day.
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• Philippines
20 Nov 09
hi baluyadav, I do make post when i am not in the mood as long as i could manage to comment back then at the same time reply to other member discussion as well. I think it is a good strategy as the discussion maker get the sense out of your suggestion. It would really be a great help.
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@Baluyadav (3644)
• India
20 Nov 09
Hi,thank you neeli, for your compliment.Actually they think that if we pose discussions continuously,they display in a sequence and we will get more responses..that would be in their mind,i hope so.Bye friend.
• Philippines
20 Nov 09
oops..i mean I like to make discussion posting when I am in the mood and have the interest to reply to all comment to keep the discussion active.
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@Baluyadav (3644)
• India
2 Dec 09
hi,riend,that's why i call you as "clever neeli"...
• United States
20 Nov 09
Thank you for the good advice. As I am beginning to do more discussions I will keep this in mind and well maybe start a discussion and then maybe go and res[ond to a few before starting another one. Thank you
@Baluyadav (3644)
• India
20 Nov 09
Hi,thank you jenny for taking my discussion as positive suggestion.Have a good day.
• United States
20 Nov 09
I felt that was a very positive suggestion and anyone who is serious about having their discussions responded to would think the same thing. Thank you again for posting it. I hope you alot of great comments on your discussion
@boogerman (1548)
• Philippines
20 Nov 09
Hello there! Yes, that was true. I noticed some members that start their own discussions in a row or seems like more than three consecutive discussions started by the same user. If a user has done that, it might be hard for him/her to manage those discussions even for a single day of posting comments to the responses received. And as I had observed, some users do that but did not post comments on his/her discussions, maybe because they don't know that we can also earn by posting comments. That was the logic behind that, if they have lots of ideas that they want to discuss about, it is recommended to start only a few topics then post the other ones on the next day and so on so they can manage their discussions well and they can have enough time to add comments on them. In that way, they can earn more. But it is also fine to start a lot of discussions in a day, as long as they can manage it. Nice topic, it can help others especially the new members. Have a nice day!
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@Baluyadav (3644)
• India
2 Dec 09
hi,friend,we will be very happy,at least if we can change the attitude in few members...sorry for delay in attending this..Have a nice time.
@Baluyadav (3644)
• India
13 Dec 09
Hi, Congrats for getting the best response mark.Have a great time.
@Hatley (164652)
• Garden Grove, California
2 Dec 09
baluyadav hi no not angry at all for i sense you have seen as many of us have one mylotter who makes as many as 25 discussions all at one time, how on earth can she find time to make comments when she spends all her time making one or two sentence discussions. Its much smarter to make one, then work on responding to others discussions then come back and comment on your one discussion's responses. for one thing I find that if I make too many discussions one right after another its hard to find time to comment thoroughly as one should on each response you get. we do owe it to our friends to comment on all their responses as they took time to respond when they did not have to. you are so right it is better not to post them in a row if you are a clever poster.
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@Baluyadav (3644)
• India
2 Dec 09
Hately,really,i felt proud by getting a response from such senior member like you..i get responses from one senior member[20000]..stepcjha.. and now you.Thanks for finding time to respond me..there is nothing to comment on your response except,yes boss... Have a nice time.
• Malaysia
2 Dec 09
Thank you very much for sharing this info. Never ceases to amaze me how people can come up with discussions in a row! Takes me days to think of one. At times, by the time i want to post it, it has been posted by someone else! How do you all do that? Any tips? Thank you very much.
@Baluyadav (3644)
• India
2 Dec 09
hi,friend,Practically,there is no hurry or need to start discussion.. posting discussion will not earn as much as posting responses..so when you feel that o.k,this is a quality/innovative/attracts members,then only you can post discussion,otherwise,you go on post responses..you get $0.50 for posting of 50 responses..roughly..not exact,because there are so many calculations..ratings/stars/mylot rules... so concentrate on giving responses and observe the trends o discussions- Have you seen any senior members who crossed 2000..4000...7000..they only go on giving responses.. Have a nice time.
• Philippines
20 Nov 09
Thanks for sharing this.
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@Baluyadav (3644)
• India
20 Nov 09
Hi,welcome,gorge..i am happy,if this suggestion will help to few members.Have a nice day.
@abckimi (63)
• China
20 Nov 09
thanks for the tips.... very logical..
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@Baluyadav (3644)
• India
20 Nov 09
Hi,thanq,abc,but from my side one suggestion,hoping that you take it positive..You post responses consisting of at least 3-4 sentences for better earnings..this was mentioned in mylot rules.All the best and have a nice time.
• India
20 Nov 09
Hi, its good suggestion. I will definately follow it while mylotting. Thanks.
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@Baluyadav (3644)
• India
20 Nov 09
Hi,tanaj,thanq,it is always better to post discussion with some gap,so that you could get responses for all of your discussions..of course,discussion must be eye catch and have quality..all the best and have a nice time.
@borhan (1345)
• United States
20 Nov 09
You are correct and i myself experienced this thing number of times. But there are some moments when the new discussions keep blinking in my mind, thats why i have put those series discussions. I dont dare to expect replies always. Because, most of the times, after posting i found that the posting was not much thoughtfull one. But while doing that it seemed that it is a good point. Ha ha ha.. Thank you for your sugestion.
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@Baluyadav (3644)
• India
2 Dec 09
hi,friend.sorry for delay..yes now you are self realized lion..you can proceed with changed attitude in posting discussions..all the best and have a nice time.
• United States
20 Nov 09
I don't post a bunch of discussions in a row just because I can never think of different things to ask that close together i do see what you are saying and it does make perfect sense I know even as a responder I will post to one discussion and see another on the same page that I like but when I go back on there I will have to go in a few more pages because the discussion I wanted will be gone from the front page...
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• United States
20 Nov 09
That is so true but unfortunatley I am not one of thise people LOL
• Australia
20 Nov 09
this sounds good, very logical. I can see what you mean.
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@Baluyadav (3644)
• India
20 Nov 09
Hi,your,if you see the box"new" for discussions,some times you observe this type of incidents.A bunch of discussions by single member in a row,may be we find some good in it,but after completing response fpr one discussion,if we want to attend for second discussion of the same member.we can't find that discussion,as it gores to another page ...Have a great day.