Is there any criteria for selecting a best response

@Mithoo (255)
Pakistan
March 2, 2007 1:44pm CST
Is there any criteria for selecting a best response??? what do u all people do when u select a best response???????
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@vehaileairu (2286)
• Philippines
2 Mar 07
i consider mainly the questions i have asked if answered.. if the person gave a substantial fact or a big help of my confusion and need for an information.. i also consider kind and very practical approach, with statements essential and not having the circles of around the bush or just a sentence.. if the quality i looked for will be possessed by the one who respond, i will choose it as the best.
@Mithoo (255)
• Pakistan
2 Mar 07
Thank u very much for a nice answer to my discussion.. I m very greatful to u..........
@Willowlady (10666)
• United States
2 Mar 07
Just that is should be THE best response. One done according to guidelines with quality content and thought out responseand hopefully longer than a couple of lines. You know like what we are supposed to be replying with ourselves. That is the fair way to do it and staying true to the phrase Best Response. Good luck with this. Sometimes you have a couple that are pretty good. Use your best judgement.
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@Mithoo (255)
• Pakistan
2 Mar 07
I like the way u resonded me.. Thanks For such a great response
• Ireland
2 Mar 07
I haven't any criteria for selecting a best response. I read all of them and I will the decide on those that were most helpful. If I find it difficult to decide between a few of them then I will give it to the person who gave the longest and most helpful response. I will of course give everybody a plus rating for responding and I will also leave a comment to let them know that I have read their response.
2 Mar 07
Quite honestly I don't have any particular criteria for selecting a best response, but I do read all the responses to my discussions and try to respond to all the comments I can too. By reading through all the responses I get a better idea of who has thought about the topic and then responded.