Should I always try to make a comment after.......

India
February 4, 2007 7:28am CST
..... each and every response. It is so pain sticking and not always possible. It takes a lot of time. Would rating the responses and selecting the best response not do.
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@manong05 (5029)
• Philippines
4 Feb 07
I've read a lot of thread about this question and the consensus is giving a comment is an act of goodwill and helps in maintaining a good reputation in the community. Surely, it doesn't affect our earnings in anyway. Many people just don't bother about giving comments. After posting they just wait responses to flow in. This is not good if you want to have a healthy reputation in mylot.
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• India
4 Feb 07
Thanks. And, of course, it is an act of goodwill. Having a reputation here at myLot does have its own advantages. will follow your advice. Good Luck
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@maryannemax (12170)
• Sweden
4 Feb 07
i always try to respond to all. but sometimes, it gets out of hand. but i do try to read everything and reply back to responses which leaves a mark. i think that's fair enough.
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@amaine (2037)
• Philippines
4 Feb 07
well , , i think you must at least respond or leave a comment to those who have responded to your discussion , , it's the leasrt you can do for giving out the effort to respond to your topic , , i mean, , you earn from those responses , , at least you must say thank you and of course give them ratings , , ok? , , :-) do not forget to do that next time , ,
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• India
4 Feb 07
In fact I am always commenting after receiving the responses and always rate then too. It was just for the asking if I could stop commenting and just rate and select the best response. But now it is fine. We can build a reputation by commenting to the responses.
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@cuddleme01 (2727)
• Philippines
5 Feb 07
not necessarily coolest. Commenting on the responses you get from your discussions is your way of showing your readers that you actually read their responses. You may react to these responses if you feel like doing so. You may thank them by doing so or just not comment at all. Commenting does not increase our earnings, perhaps we get a few bonus cents. Another good thing about commenting though, is that it helps your discussion get noticed especially where it has been inactive for a few minutes or hours.
@kathy77 (7487)
• Australia
5 Feb 07
Not normally unless the member is asking you a question so that all depends on their response to your discussion and also for you to earn more money here it is wise to put at lest 5 lines for your discussion.
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@lameran (1148)
• Indonesia
5 Feb 07
yes replying everybody response is very very pain, expecially replying oneliner, but I still always trying to reply all of it, uuuugggh eventhough it makes me very very lazy. I usually also rating their response, but about best response I'm still unable to choose it wisely, sometimes it looks so great, but there is more great on the next days response.
@suman76 (648)
• India
5 Feb 07
It is good and showing that you are keenly observing and listening the question of other users and trying to thoroughly responding them after judging them in all aspects.
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@maryannemax (12170)
• Sweden
4 Feb 07
you don't need to respond back to the responses in your discussions. for as long as you try to read them, that would be okey. people won't expect you to respond to every responses you receive. sometimes, it reaches over a hundred! but just respond to those atleast you feel like you wanna react to or feel like you find it interesting to respond to, too.
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• Grand Junction, Colorado
5 Feb 07
My opinion is yes. I feel that when people take the time to respond to my discussions they deserve a word of thanks. I think that it is rude to not comment back with at least a thank you! With the thousands of discussions started everyday and they chose mine to respond too, the deserve a word or 2 from me. I will continue to respond to all that reply. Just my 2 cents on the subject. Good luck to you here at mylot!