what do people look at ...and respond to on here (mylot).?

@raven66 (335)
Canada
January 25, 2012 10:51am CST
I just decided to post this question and see WHO and HOW many people might respond and WHAT they would say to this question.. Anyway here is hoping that someone , somewhere might give me a decent answer to my question.. Thanks in advance!
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• Jacksonville, Florida
26 Jan 12
It also depends for me. Sometimes I look for the title that seems like it will be a good discussion and sometimes I go to see what my friend's have started and see if I like any of their discussions. It all depends. I also sometimes go to the discussions with no responses and respond to one of those so no one feels left out. =)
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@cearn25 (3460)
• Philippines
26 Jan 12
I usually look for those discussions wherein I think I have the knowledge in it and give my opinions about it. This could be an interest which really interests me and the mylotter wants to hear our attention and help. Because I just don't want to respond to a discussion that I don't understand. When a discussion is difficult, I just proceed to another.
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@himzey (1321)
• India
25 Jan 12
The quality of discussion is important for me... If your's is a meaningful one and has a scope for some discussion then I'll definitely respond to it...
@himzey (1321)
• India
25 Jan 12
Damn.. my English is still poor..
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@CRIVAS (1822)
• Canada
25 Jan 12
Personally when I am on mylot, I look for a discussion that catches my attention, like yours. I also look for good grammer and spelling. If I am reading a discussion but I have to sit there for a long time just to try to understand what the person is saying, I'll move on to the next discussion. I only respond to discussions if I feel like the person starting them has really made an effort to start a discussion that engages others. I think it is important while we are on here to contribute good quality work, not only for ourselves but for everyone that is on this site.
@sayo13 (414)
• India
25 Jan 12
yes even i agree with you CRIVAS. i do the same thing over here and look for discussions that worth reading. you will different kinds of writing over here.one more thing i love about this place is i get to know the opinions and thought of so many people at the sane time. its really worth reading the responses of many people to a decent ,interesting discussion. even i have learnt many things about how people and life goes on.
@May2k8 (3619)
• Indonesia
25 Jan 12
I look at the contents and if I can respond then will do that.
@twardwfh (49)
25 Jan 12
I look for titles that catch my eye then look at the discussion/question to see if I feel able to contribute in a positive manner to the topic. If I feel that someone else has already covered the same as what I would have reponded with then I move onto a different thread. However, I always look at what everyone has responded with and if there are good descriptive and helpful answers given then I give a + to those responses before I move onto something else. However, if I feel that I can add something to the discussion then I will make a response myself.
@jaiho2009 (39084)
• Philippines
25 Jan 12
I check for topic that I can relate. I never respond to any topic that I know my response had no relevant at all. So,it doesn't mean that, I response to all my friends topic because they are my friends.
• United States
25 Jan 12
Its really hard to say what discussions I will responde to or make on a daily basis...it all depends on what my day brings. I log on to mylot and look at my started discussions to see what responses I have...then I check out the friends started discussions to see if anything fits into what I have been going through or things that I can add my 2 cents too...then I go to the recent discussions and spend most of my time there to see what is new and when I get to a point that I cant add anything then I go do something else in the house for a bit or go to another one of my sites. Hope that helps. Happy Mylotting.
@peavey (15394)
• United States
25 Jan 12
I think the best answer for that is "it depends." What interests one person won't necessarily interest another person and if you stick to general topics, you run the risk of trying to discuss something that's already been discussed a thousand times. If you're looking for topics to start discussions with, why not go through the new discussions and take notice of which ones have the most responses? Then couple that with the ones that interest you most, and you should have at least a few topics.
• Nigeria
25 Jan 12
i think its the topic, there are some that's not necessary