Checking Your Discussions Stats

@gibocam (343)
United States
November 24, 2017 9:37am CST
Check all your discussions and scroll the page. Compare the number of responses and the number of likes from each discussion. If you have more responses than your likes, then it could be a good topic to discuss about. But if you have more likes than responses, then that discussion is more of for reading than for discussing. But it is still good because they liked it. If you have equal for both, then the discussion is just neutral and it is still good too. The number of comments is not displayed (mobile) but it is below or equal the number of your responses. Try checking your discussions and analyzing stats once in awhile. That will give you ideas about the status of your discussions. Is it interesting?
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@kiran8 (15391)
• Mangalore, India
24 Nov
Good analysis ...I always take note of it..
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@gibocam (343)
• United States
24 Nov
You should try it too, if you have time.
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@Corbin5 (115753)
• United States
24 Nov
For those with attention to detail, I think it is a good idea you have been presented here. For me, I have no attention to detail, so I would probably not check.
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@gibocam (343)
• United States
25 Nov
Yup. It depends on the user.
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@sharon6345 (138010)
• United States
24 Nov
That is nice I hope it works out for you. Have a good day.
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@gibocam (343)
• United States
24 Nov
Thank you. I'm more of an analytical person. That's why I came up with these crazy observations.
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@mayka123 (10806)
• India
6 Jan
I have never actually paid attention to the number of responses and likes, Have never compared the two.
@Hannihar (41957)
21 Dec
That is interesting. I never did that before.
@cahaya1983 (10038)
• Malaysia
27 Nov
I don't pay much attention to stats, but I guess that's one way to see it.