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Prajakta 08-12-2016 01:52 AM

Is 5 initial posts a test...
 
It feels that the 5 initial posts thing is like a test.. because first of all it is difficult to figure out what does it actually mean and where can you actually write your posts.
When you finally figure out where you can write your five posts, the question that arises is what to write. I can write a post for my introduction. Done. What next..
how can i post something in the Technical Support section if i don't have much hands on experience of posting on this site.
third task is choosing a topic which will be apt to post on accessible forums for the first five posts.

it's just my opinion. Of course there will be many writers who think differently

giper 08-16-2016 10:35 PM

Right. Well, I'm sure you can imagine what these forums would look like if you could just post immediately. It would definitely be filled with quality works and lost of comments.

I hope the sarcasm was clear. If it wasn't this hopefully clarifies.

giper 08-16-2016 10:35 PM

But yes, it definitely sucks :D

Prodigalson 08-18-2016 07:09 PM

It's so you can look back later and realize how much of a rube you were in the beginning.

Just kidding.

The idea is to get new members involved in the boards. You, no doubt, have something you wish us to see, and you'd like to know what we think of it.

The best way to get feedback is to give some, by going to the boards, finding something that interests you, reading it, and then giving your honest opinion. There's a post. If someone responds to your post, and you respond in turn, there's another post, and you've begun a dialogue.

Interesting conversations can ensue, people will remember seeing you as an active member, and anything you post will have a much better chance of being noticed.

Try to avoid one-liner posts which are obviously made only to bump the count, and it helps to read the FAQs so you can get an idea of what will fly and what won't.

That said, jump in!

GinaRene' 08-21-2016 08:58 AM

I understand the frustration with the multiple posts requirement. I am new to WB and started with the intention of throwing myself into the forums and showing my writing before I got cold feet. But I also understand the reasoning. I want people to actually read my stories and make thoughtful suggestions that I can respect, not shove out the same generic comment to every writer.

So does this count as one of my posts? :)

Prodigalson 08-25-2016 10:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GinaRene' (Post 725364)
I understand the frustration with the multiple posts requirement. I am new to WB and started with the intention of throwing myself into the forums and showing my writing before I got cold feet. But I also understand the reasoning. I want people to actually read my stories and make thoughtful suggestions that I can respect, not shove out the same generic comment to every writer.

So does this count as one of my posts? :)

Yes.

elijahmacey 08-30-2016 09:10 PM

i think its a test...


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