How Do They Do It?

United States
December 5, 2006 9:10am CST
So just a question Im new to myLot how is it that people have like 500 responses to their discussions within the first few hours than i get in like 3 days? Anyone got any advice for me?
5 responses
@mvsrao (4367)
• India
5 Dec 06
Many are facing few responses from other members . pls wait with patience . Let us hope that your topics get good replies . one should start a good quality discussion with powerful keywords as tags related to the topic . see more details here : http://www.mylot.com/o/faq.aspx#tagging
• United States
6 Dec 06
Thanx. Yea I am working on coming up with better discussions
@shmeedia (1044)
• Canada
13 Dec 06
hi and welcome aboard! i complained of the exact same probolem when i first joined, and you know what? i still have the problem :D been here a week or so, i'm hoping the responses will get better over time. if you are using the tags correctly, and adding peeps to your friends list, eventually things should pick up (so i'm told anyway). i've seen a couple of your threads and you're doing no wrong. people just need to see your discussions. and i've heard people saying they ONLY read the discussions in the 'new' section of the site, so that would make them miss very many topics :( don't lose hope though :)
• United States
12 Dec 06
It seems the shorter and easier the question, the more responses. Unless it is off the wall or of no interest that anyone can relate too. Welcome, and I hope you enjoy MyLot. Give it time, it builds up. Then it is so hard to keep up.
@Mommamea (1215)
• United States
11 Dec 06
You have to think about how long some of these have been here and the amount of friends they have. Some have many referrals that want to help the other by responding back and forth. That is a good way to up your responses and make more earnings as well. Good discussions will get top ratings I think. You don't want simple, short answers to a good discussion. You will get more friends with the better quality discussions. Good luck to you. A little patients and learning from other will get you great rewards in more ways than one.
@Poison_Girl (4163)
• United States
6 Dec 06
It seems like most people here prefer the easy discussions that only require a one-worded answer, but please don't resort to that. It seems so difficult to find some good, quality discussions to respond to.