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Re: Post Quality

Postby CyberFreak » 24 Apr 2015, 23:18

We are always checking posts to make sure they are quality and worthwhile ;)
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Re: Post Quality

Postby Pollex4 » 29 Apr 2015, 06:31

Re: Post Quality
by CyberFreak » 25 Apr 2015, 07:18

We are always checking posts to make sure they are quality and worthwhile


That is really nice to read! It's amazing to see this forum grow, so please don't allow meaningless content to just prosper like wildfire :)
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Re: Post Quality

Postby Fergal » 29 Apr 2015, 19:54

Pollex4 wrote:so please don't allow meaningless content

We work hard to stop that from being posted on the forum. Members can also help by reporting posts that are contrary to our rules and guidelines.
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Re: Post Quality

Postby Pollex4 » 30 Apr 2015, 00:34

Thank you so much admins! It's a relief knowing that you two are active :)
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Re: Post Quality

Postby mell678 » 30 Apr 2015, 03:38

I have noticed the Admin removed/deleted some meaningless post on FC.
thank you Admin for removing that stupid answer on my post .
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Re: Post Quality

Postby paulojunior85 » 12 May 2015, 23:30

Great to know about the rules of the site, I like a lot to follow the rules and stay very well on site!

More power forumcoin!

The sky is the limit! Go go go
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Re: Post Quality

Postby Rebekah Isaac » 13 Nov 2015, 00:22

Working hard in any lawful thing we find our hands to do is a good thing. Besides, given every opportunity, what could go wrong with writing those informative, engaging ideas in FC forum for people to think about, and discuss?

Would there be more categories for niches on more topics to write in? For instance: Science, Politics, Book Reviews, Philosophy, Carpentry and Building... etc... ?
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Re: Post Quality

Postby oldbuddy » 13 Nov 2015, 02:14

I have only been here a month and this is the first time I have seen this post, but I hope it is still accurate and in force. I have noticed many posts I have read through contain a predominant quantity of post I would report, but I wanted to make sure that is what you still want us to do.

Personally, I can see situations where a very few words still convey value and contribute to the conversation, where in other cases a paragraph of gibberish is even worse.

I will take this to heart and try to report the worst offenders I see and see how it goes.
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Re: Post Quality

Postby sprite1950 » 19 Nov 2015, 13:54

I do think that in some cases one sentence can add value to a thread as long as it relates to the discussion and isn't just being posted as a way to make coins. I don't see too many meaningless posts at the moment so I think admin are still on top of it :)
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Re: Post Quality

Postby Renren » 03 Jan 2016, 03:39

I would say that I agree with this one. We should always check the quality of our post and make sure that we commit minimal errors in that case we can ensure that our post will make sense and might help other users who are searching for a specific information and or data that they need.
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