How to submit good article responsesTECians,
You are requested not to give pointless responses to articles just to gain points and cash credits. We are seeing an increasing number of such responses to articles, much like the ones being given to forum threads.
Do try to stick to giving valuable responses and not ones which really serve no purpose at all. For example, if the article is giving information on games, you could mention which of those games you yourself played and what you found interesting about it or you can dissent with what is mentioned in the article. Don't simply write, "These are great suggestions for PC games. I have not tried them out myself but they seem to be good." This kind of response to an article serves no purpose does it?
Here are a few guidelines:
1. A response to an article should be such that it adds value to the article's already submitted content. That is, you can provide additional information or update/correct some information provided within the article.
2. Do not write one line sentences. The minimum should be at least 3 sentences.
3. Do not give responses of these types:
- What a well written article.
-Thank you for the information.
-The author has given good points. It is good to read such articles. I have noted the points provided in the article.
-This is a very useful article. I will read other articles too written by you.
4. Do not repeat the same type of responses. For example, if you have made a response to an article on XYZ smartphone features, stating that ABC smartphone is now out in the market and will be a tough competitor to XYZ, then don't repeat the same thing in responses to all other articles on smartphones!
Remember: a response to an article should be adding value to the page as much as the article itself does. That means giving your own feedback, a review or suggestions or updating readers about some new aspect of the product / service which is written about in the article.