| 05-29-2009, 06:48 PM || #1 |
Join Date: Apr 2008
| | The Ice Cream Scoop on How to Make a Good Post
Are you wondering if your posts are just fluff? Well, this is the thread (with an example of an ice cream cone) to see if yo're making fluff posts or learn how to make good posts. Here we goo!
First of all, lets see if you're making fluff. Do you randomly say stuff off topic or post random letters? Are your posts helpful? If not, you have fluff posts. Are you wondering what fluff is? Well, fluff is basically an unneeded post. It is like a fluff full cottonball, which you can rip into shreds. With fluff posts, people would want to rip your POST into shreds. You wouldn't want that, would you? On the other hand lets think about a cone. It is solid enough to hold ice cream, but it sogs up after awhile, which means that your post isn't always the most helpful, it just has to be helpful and non-fluff. S, you want "cone" posts and don't want "fluff" posts. Now, to teach you how to post.
First and always, you put the solid part of the post first. Say I'm talking about an ice cream cone in my hand. I'd first type the sentence "I have an ice cream cone." That tells the reader what you are talking about right? Then post details, one by one. Those are the scoops of ice cream that go inside the solid cone part; the yummy, juicy ones. You always want lots of details, aka at least 5 scoops of ice cream on my cone. I would probably say what flavor, toppings, good or bad, ect. Now you have to finish off your post with a closing sentence. Usually it is a comment or a wish, cause or an effect. I would probably say, "I hope you can get an ice cream cone like my yummy one that I had sometime!"
Now do you get what I mean? If your posts aren't somewhat like the following procedures I posted it is probably not so helpful. I hope this guide helped you out lots!
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