Lines in posts....

@jencai (3415)
Philippines
March 27, 2007 6:22am CST
Of course all of us have this, right? Do you receive an average of 3 to 4 lines response to your discussions? Or it usually comes with one line or one to two words only? How do you feel when you receive one liner response? How about those short story like response? Do you get annoyed? Share your feelings here and i would be glad to hear them all. Any comments, suggestions or violent reactions. I'll be waiting for your response.
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@happymommy3 (2013)
• United States
27 Mar 07
Well I get both, long and short. I don't mind any of them most of the time except for the barely, one line response. Like yes or no. Or they will not even give a complete sentence. Now that is what really annoys me. Alot of times I will rate them a - . I don't mind the really long responses, most of them are actually quite interesting but it can get a little tiresome to read if you have a post that has gotten over 50 responses and you have to go through and read all of them and most of them are long. I have gotten though a few responses where the person has obviously copied and pasted something soooo long and used that as their response. Now that is also annoying to me:)
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@jencai (3415)
• Philippines
28 Mar 07
So you do rate negatively whenever you get annoyed with the response, right? I guess i have to be careful responding with you. You might rate me negative as well, lol! Sometimes, i also do get annoyed with some responses but i never rate them with negative unless their response are really maliscious and insulting. MyLot members, be careful of what you respond you might get a negative ratings. Thank you for that information!
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• United States
30 Mar 07
Lol, c'mon now, I'm not that bad! I've probably only rated a - the most probably 5 times. I should have never said, alot of times I will rate them a -. I don't do it alot so I should have never worded it that way. Don't worry, I think you respond well to my discussions. I've only rated when someone had said some negative things which doesn't really happen often and a couple people who just answered no, or gave me a response that had absolutely nothing to do with the discussion. I'm more careful about rating though. I don't even do it unless I think it's something really bad now. I don't believe you need to warn people about me, it's really okay, lol.
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@jencai (3415)
• Philippines
31 Mar 07
Lol! No I am not giving warning other members, I just wanted to remind them for insulting, giving maliscious response and siting some facts that are not related to the topic.
@ILANEDRI (1921)
• Israel
28 Mar 07
I have some serious discussions that I made, and it requires a serious response, so many of my responses are longer than 4 lines, but there are some members that believe they can earn more money just by posting many responses, and they wrong.
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@jencai (3415)
• Philippines
28 Mar 07
I see, but i also believe that if you posts many quality responses and discussions, it would generate you more income. I have tried this and it really works. So, what makes you think that it's wrong? Will you share ideas with this issue?
@gharinder (2044)
• India
28 Mar 07
since quality discussion is more important on mylot, most of the members try to give at least 4-5 line responses, i read all my responses and thank them, it doesnt annoyes me.
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@jencai (3415)
• Philippines
28 Mar 07
Good. That's nice you appreciate all the responses you receive with other Mylot members. Nice attitude. Another reminder MyLot members, don't forget to thank your respondents. Thank's for your comment! Have a nice day too!
@stvasile (7314)
• Romania
27 Mar 07
The answers I recieve have an average of about 3 lines (but just because I have a few answers lasting a whole page). I don't mind when I recieve a short answer, because sometimes the questions ask for a short answer (like choosing from to items...Not everyone feels like explaining their choices). I appreciate all sincere answers, no matter how long.
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@jencai (3415)
• Philippines
28 Mar 07
That's good. Response with an average of three lines is good enough for me. As long as it has sense and relative to the topic, it would be enough. Another reminder MyLot members, be sincere to your response. Thank you my friend for responding and giving your thoughts about this issue.
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@lols189 (4797)
27 Mar 07
i am not really fussed as at least others have taken their time to respond to me how long the line is, i am grateful for small things too
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@jencai (3415)
• Philippines
27 Mar 07
Great! I just want to share you this, posting in length with relevance to the topic would generate more income. I mean make your responses longer, discuss it better. I have experimented yesterday and it's true i earn more for participating in discussions. Someone advise me this kind of post. It really works and i am happy knowing this kind of information. Try it, and see for your self. Goodluck!
@ESKARENA1 (18296)
27 Mar 07
I love reading responses to my discussions and I welcome them all with open arms. However, i do get slightly miffed if im working on something and get called back by a message alert to discussions i have started only to find out that the responder could only manage a one line reply (in some cases, actually less) I love to get in to conversation, but find it difficult when there is no substance to the response i receive. In honesty, i would rather they didnt bother. blessed be
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@jencai (3415)
• Philippines
27 Mar 07
Me too, i love to join discussions and reading responses. I enjoy conversation with lots of members here, specially when they go back to the discussion they have responded to. Another point Mylot members, give substance to your responses. Make it more meaningful. Thank you for you honesty! I am waiting for more comments..
@camille101 (1027)
• United Arab Emirates
27 Mar 07
I don't mind how lengthy the responses I may get, as long as they're relevant to the topic. Sometimes, I get a long response without any sense, that makes me mad, you're wasting your time reading for nothing. Better if it's brief but relevant.
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@jencai (3415)
• Philippines
27 Mar 07
That was a nice answer. MyLot members post in brief and with relevance. Thank you for responding! More comments please..