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Offline ScientificSorcerer

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How to get more views
« on: 17/04/2013 16:49:22 »
Ok, on the theory section of this website were you are now I see theories that have over 1000 views and comments, I post pretty good theories and only get like 20 views and like 1 comment, I was looking at the theories that have over 1000 view and saw that it says that the theory had been posted that day, every day so they would be seen on the top of the list each day, what I want to know is how can my theories get like that to get more views. if I cant make my theories appear at the top of the list each day Just give me an tips form the long time members of this site.

If anyone knows how to make my theory more noticeable please tell me 


 

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Re: How to get more views
« Reply #1 on: 17/04/2013 20:55:21 »
Just post them as you think they are, and don't make them too 'scientific', be yourself and have some fun instead. Life is short :) better to have a laugh when you can.
 

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Re: How to get more views
« Reply #2 on: 19/04/2013 06:46:21 »
The number of views increases on some topics when updates are made, so people return to the topic to see the update.

We encourage people to phrase the topics as questions.  By writing the topic as a question, it invites others to participate in a discussion.  Long statements get very dense, and don't always invite comments from others.
 

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