The "three questions" blog entry - trying to "fix" the numbers?  

CuntSlurpa 45M
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9/19/2005 12:05 pm

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The "three questions" blog entry - trying to "fix" the numbers?


I saw on SunneyOne's blog that many people are getting comments on their blog by getting people to ask them three questions (which are to be answered honestly). So, is this a fair use of the blogging system, or is it designed to gather large numbers of comments very quickly resulting in an inflated popularity rating?

AltumHunksUnite 53M

9/22/2005 6:51 am

Many of us have done the same thing, for different reasons. It's a great way to make yourself stand out from the scores of members with no pics and profiles with little more than "I wanna jam my cock into you all night long".

Some folks have been warned about excessive replies to their own blogs, but there's nothing in the rules that prohibit blog threads designed to gather large numbers of comments. I mean, isn't that why we start these blogs anyway, so someone will see them?

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CuntSlurpa 45M
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9/22/2005 9:21 am

I agree, it's a great way to stand out from the crowd, and I really have no problems with it as a concept. It just seems slightly unfair that the comment counters don't appear to reset. I am in the fortunate position of having had a somewhat active blog for quite a long time, but anyone starting a blog today may not be noticed for a long time because their entry rapidly falls off the "recent posts" list.


SunneyOne 44F

10/14/2005 9:49 am

So are you saying that my doing that thread was unfair? It was merely a 'get to know me' kind of thing, and I used it as such. I do not routinely generate posts that are nothing more than questions to the masses to bring in responses by the numbers. I think if you've actually read my blog, you'd know that. If you think it was unfair, maybe you should address that to me, or to AdultFriendFinder.

Needless to say, my point wasn't to hike up numbers, at all.


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