Do people stop responding . . .
March 15, 2007 1:07pm CST
to posts once a best response has been chosen? I was just wondering how many people lose interest once their chance of getting rated "best response" is gone. Do you still respond to a topic of interest to you, even though a best response has been chosen? Or do you simply move on and post to those posts where you still have a chance of getting "best response?" I prefer content over "contest" and will still respond to a post, even after "best response" is chosen if the topic is an interesting one. What's your opinion?
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15 Mar 07
I respond even if "best response" has already been chosen. If I find the topic interesting and feel that I can still add something worthwhile to the discussion, then I will reply. To me it is about the discussions themselves, not about being chosen. I think some the best discussions often occur after best response is picked. Just my opinon.
15 Mar 07
Like you, I also post comment or response to a discussion even if a 'best response' has already been awarded. If the topic is an interesting one for me or if I want to share my own point of view, I still post my response to that topic or querry. We all have different opinion and ideas here therefore we respond to the topic based on how we analyzed it.