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    My ask expert question is rejected.

    Please check the following link again. I did not find any question similar to this in the Techulator ask expert questions section.

    http://www.techulator.com/experts/4199-What-will-be-the-price-of-LG-Rolly-Keyboard.aspx

    The reason for rejecting this question is: Price query has been included in pervious query on this product.

    Please give me the link of previous query which resembles to question that I have asked.
  • #22230
    Pravin,
    You had posted a query on when the product would be available & then a separate query on its price. It is better not to have a separate query on the price but, instead, put it within the earlier query. If you post a separate query only to know the price, what will happen is that we will get a one line answer "The price is....." by different members. By including it in the query on when it would be available, there is more content in both the query and the responses. Also, availability & price make for a perfect match in a question since most people will not just want to know when it is available but also its price.

    I would further suggest: whenever you post different queries on a product, you could interlink them. That keeps visitors within the site and also generates traffic to all your related posts.

    Regards,
    Vandana

  • #22231
    In fact, all the questions about the Rolly keyboard could have been included in a single question. Instead of those four or different questions, it would have been better to post a single question seeking multiple details.
    Live....and Let Live!

  • #22232
    Timmappa, the other questions related to the Rolly keyboard were rightly posted separately. Each of those related to compatibility, range, battery life, etc and I feel it is ok to post these individually. Price of a product is invariably linked with where & when available while the others were dealing with its usage. I agree that asking about features can also be posted as one query but that would cover its tech specs generally, whereas the individual queries he posted were separate in themselves.
    Regards,
    Vandana


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