Do You Have to Put Quality and Long Posts In Your Discussion That You Start?

United States
March 27, 2007 12:20am CST
Do you have to put quality and long posts in your discussion like you do when you answer discussions? Like where you are reading my sentence right now? Can it be 1 liner sentences so we can get credit for it? Do you understand what I mean?
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@jencai (3415)
• Philippines
27 Mar 07
Base on my opinion, it helps to earn you much better when you post quality discussions and respond more than 4 lines. Yesterday, i got into a certain discussions, when someone advise such. I tried it, and i think he's right i earn more even if i don't post many responses. I just make sure that i post quality response and i've discuss it in length with relevance to the topic. Try this and see for your self. Goodluck!
@jencai (3415)
• Philippines
30 Mar 07
Good day to you my friend! I just drop by to say thank you for choosing me as your best response with this topic. I hope I have given you enough satisfaction. Thank you so much! Have a great day! See you later.
@tonyxxx (693)
• India
27 Mar 07
Even if we give a one liner response , we do get credit for it.But the thing is that one liner discussions like what do you think,etc. or which is you favorite colour? , personally I don't like these discussions. If a person is starting a discussion then one should give some account of what he/she himself thinks , not just ask others a question.As far as response is concerned if one is giving a response to a discussion like what is your favourite colour? he can only name the colour and give one more sentence for why he likes that colour.So what I am trying to say is sometimes one liner discussions can have only one liner response, so we can't say that they are not guality responses.
• United States
27 Mar 07
Do we still get credit for one liner discussions?