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Title: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: tubexc on September 08, 2016, 07:52:56 PM
Hello people
In your opinion a good bitcoin post
should follow some kind of economic standard
or just a basic positive post ?  ::)


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: LTU_btc on September 08, 2016, 10:11:24 PM
I don't understand what are you trying to say. What the f**k is "good bitcoin post" and "basic positive post". I think you have to learn English before posting. It would be better if you stay in your local board, because now your english is terrible.


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: Sir Alpha_goy on September 08, 2016, 10:16:37 PM
Hello people
In your opinion a good bitcoin post
should follow some kind of economic standard
or just a basic positive post ?  ::)


Don't worry about the criticism of your English.

Practice makes perfect.

Anyways, if you want a good quality Bitcoin post you should post something that is truthful and positive for the community.

Whatever that may be speak from experience and mean it.

People will be able to see right through any bull shit.


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: Sergiorr101 on September 08, 2016, 10:21:16 PM
I don't understand what are you trying to say. What the f**k is "good bitcoin post" and "basic positive post". I think you have to learn English before posting. It would be better if you stay in your local board, because now your english is terrible.
dude you need to chill, his english is pretty good, whats wrong with "basic positive post" it is correct from the side of english language... i can bet that you are maximum 16 year old kid who only knows english language but in real life is desperate af


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: calkob on September 08, 2016, 10:23:12 PM
Just read through the post that you are interested in and make a positive  or a critical post, what ever you want


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: LTU_btc on September 08, 2016, 10:38:48 PM
I don't understand what are you trying to say. What the f**k is "good bitcoin post" and "basic positive post". I think you have to learn English before posting. It would be better if you stay in your local board, because now your english is terrible.
dude you need to chill, his english is pretty good, whats wrong with "basic positive post" it is correct from the side of english language... i can bet that you are maximum 16 year old kid who only knows english language but in real life is desperate af
Your prediction about my age is far from true. And it's hard to understand his question, maybe he knows english words, but his sentence structure is bad, maybe he is using translate. Ok, maybe my reaction was to rude.


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: btvGainer on September 08, 2016, 10:41:46 PM
Hello people
In your opinion a good bitcoin post
should follow some kind of economic standard
or just a basic positive post ?  ::)

You must express your honest opinion on whatever thread you are making a post.Do not let other influence you,you can always contribute with whatever knowledge you have


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: shinratensei_ on September 08, 2016, 10:42:35 PM
Hello people
In your opinion a good bitcoin post
should follow some kind of economic standard
or just a basic positive post ?  ::)

That is simple, you're just making the post is very useful for the another member and the community, and that is connected with the content of topic is your commenting on there. and will be better if you say accordingly from your experience in your life.


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: H.W.Z on September 08, 2016, 10:44:19 PM
What I know is op's post is not quality. I completely don't understand his meaning.


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: Backside walkaround on September 08, 2016, 10:48:28 PM
I don't understand what are you trying to say. What the f**k is "good bitcoin post" and "basic positive post". I think you have to learn English before posting. It would be better if you stay in your local board, because now your english is terrible.
dude you need to chill, his english is pretty good, whats wrong with "basic positive post" it is correct from the side of english language... i can bet that you are maximum 16 year old kid who only knows english language but in real life is desperate af
Your prediction about my age is far from true. And it's hard to understand his question, maybe he knows english words, but his sentence structure is bad, maybe he is using translate. Ok, maybe my reaction was to rude.
I agree.  It's a forum for English speakers,  and when you have people who write poorly and when the post quality isn't good anyway,  I'm not going to waste time reading it.  Usually the really bad English speakers are garbage posters anyway.


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: veleten on September 08, 2016, 10:49:58 PM
english is not his mother tongue
take it easy
the saying goes smth like "if a person speaks shit english this means that he knows AT LEAST one more language"  :)


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: 0day on September 08, 2016, 10:50:34 PM
Hello people
In your opinion a good bitcoin post
should follow some kind of economic standard
or just a basic positive post ?  ::)


Don't worry about the criticism of your English.

Practice makes perfect.

Anyways, if you want a good quality Bitcoin post you should post something that is truthful and positive for the community.

Whatever that may be speak from experience and mean it.

People will be able to see right through any bull shit.

Plus they will have some good knowledge and information for the community, as all the forums are made for the information , so on here we have to be more informative and positive for the community of bitcoin.


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: thejaytiesto on September 08, 2016, 10:52:21 PM
Your posting should be natural. People shitposting to raise their account levels or getting paid by signatures is as bad as the people that write long posts for no reason only to be perceived as a serious poster. Just post naturally and as it feels and not force things, sometimes your post may be long and sometimes it may be an one liner and there is nothing wrong with that.


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: Abbybenson on September 08, 2016, 10:54:29 PM
Write whatever you want this is public forum. You can ask anything you want or answer anything you believe or experienced. Try to be helpful to others and ignore some LQ shitposters.


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: MingLee on September 08, 2016, 10:59:52 PM
Hello people
In your opinion a good bitcoin post
should follow some kind of economic standard
or just a basic positive post ?  ::)

Not going to lie I'm confused as to all hell what you're trying to say. There isn't really a correlation between a "good post" vs some sort of "economic standard" post. There isn't anything that explicitly makes one post better than the other, unless you're making a very low-effort post that is only a few words and is full of bad English and irrelevant text. There are differences that make a post good for one topic vs another.


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: neochiny on September 09, 2016, 01:14:24 AM
Hello people
In your opinion a good bitcoin post
should follow some kind of economic standard
or just a basic positive post ?  ::)

What  do you mean by 'economic standard'?  :P
Anyway, constructive for me is writing something that is usefull, helpful, and beneficial,  meaning, do your best to answer questions asked. Be truthful and avoid using profanity and insults (this could quickly result in name-calling and is not helping anyone). Be on topic and clear as can be.

 ;D


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: Teraboy on September 09, 2016, 02:46:57 AM
Hello people
In your opinion a good bitcoin post
should follow some kind of economic standard
or just a basic positive post ?  ::)

What  do you mean by 'economic standard'?  :P
Anyway, constructive for me is writing something that is usefull, helpful, and beneficial,  meaning, do your best to answer questions asked. Be truthful and avoid using profanity and insults (this could quickly result in name-calling and is not helping anyone). Be on topic and clear as can be.

 ;D
That's just a wrong sentences, sure.. LOL but it's normal for the people is a newbie... ;D


and the OP's question is already answered by a lot of people in here, and i think your suggestion is already containing all of the point for building the quality post.


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: rickbig41 on September 09, 2016, 03:24:02 AM
I think this is the best in beginners and help...This could help newbies.. But anyway, I have not much to say about quality post...Just speak according to what you really know and what you feel about a thread or if you are going to butt in to a certain comment be your self, no need to add highfalutin words in each sentence just to make it catchy...

It doesn't matter if what you said is weak or not that high quality in the eyes of some, as long as you are not writing like a robot or copy pasting other posts and paraphrasing it, then it's just fine...  :)


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: dearbesz1219 on September 09, 2016, 03:51:52 AM
Hello people
In your opinion a good bitcoin post
should follow some kind of economic standard
or just a basic positive post ?  ::)


Posting in bitcointalk most of the time it needs a quality message, which are everybody will get a new idea in the topic.  Just observe what other's member's post in the forum.


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: BillyBobJoe on September 09, 2016, 04:05:01 AM
So you have a problem with a truthful post that happens to be negative? I can only guess you would not have a problem with a less than truthful post as long as it is positive?




Anyways, if you want a good quality Bitcoin post you should post something that is truthful and positive for the community.




Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: Brownye on September 09, 2016, 04:10:31 AM
Are you high right now? Anything relating btc is a a good post.


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: Xenophoto on September 09, 2016, 04:35:31 AM
Hello people
In your opinion a good bitcoin post
should follow some kind of economic standard
or just a basic positive post ?  ::)

There's no standard way of writing in this forum to consider your post as good quality. All you have to do is state whatever you think about the topic. If you don't know a lot of things about the topic, then you better just leave it alone.

Make sure that what you're going to say has to contribute to the community, something that you have learned somewhere (maybe you read it somewhere or based on experience), so you can pass that learning to another person.


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: pooya87 on September 09, 2016, 04:48:40 AM
Hello people
In your opinion a good bitcoin post
should follow some kind of economic standard
or just a basic positive post ?  ::)


post about what?
about speculation (price and future) then yes it should follow some economical standards. you can not just make simple guesses and say this is my analysis.

about technical stuff, then it has to be correct, informative and useful. like walkthroughs or explaining some stuff like mining, how bitcoin works,...

about news, then it should only contain facts and not FUD.


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: ObscureBean on September 09, 2016, 05:08:35 AM
Don't hold back, post anything and everything you want and learn from the responses you get. And if you get banned, then create a new account and start anew. The main thing is to speak your mind freely without double checking that what you're writing is politically correct. If you get banned repeatedly for being yourself then perhaps this forum is not for you, find something somewhere else. Try not to change yourself just to fit in, change only if you experience some personal epiphany ;)


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: Kakmakr on September 09, 2016, 05:39:00 AM
If you wear a signature, your post will be labeled as shit and spam, no matter what you post. The sig haters place you on their ignore list, so they do not read anything you post in any way. If you want to post something constructive, make sure you stay on the subject discussed and try to find a angle not covered by anyone else before you. I speak and write several languages, but I still try to correct my grammar and spelling mistakes.

So once you wrote the post, just double check your mistakes and you would be fine. ^smile^


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: xIIImaL on September 09, 2016, 05:42:04 AM
Don't hold back, post anything and everything you want and learn from the responses you get. And if you get banned, then create a new account and start anew. The main thing is to speak your mind freely without double checking that what you're writing is politically correct. If you get banned repeatedly for being yourself then perhaps this forum is not for you, find something somewhere else. Try not to change yourself just to fit in, change only if you experience some personal epiphany ;)


This is personal view only buddy  if we need to say about quality posts means We need to maintain a good verbal communication while we posting in any thread and post should be relevant to that above quote. Then we need to avoid spam posting while we are in signature campaign or other posting related works. Try to involves in the trade, skill full work in this forum That will give some good trust from the trusted people.


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: agamasrori on September 09, 2016, 06:05:18 AM
Hello people
In your opinion a good bitcoin post
should follow some kind of economic standard
or just a basic positive post ?  ::)

For me to make quality post that must be on topic. Also share whatever we know to help all the newbie for learn about bitcoin and this forum easier. I think this is the quality post, isn't it?


Title: Re: Bitcoin quality post
Post by: Doms on September 09, 2016, 06:12:54 AM
As long as you are able to get your message across and it is within the topic being discussed, I think that should qualify as a good post. I would bet that around half, or even more of the posters in here are non-native English speakers, hence the limitation in properly expressing themselves in a way that's easy to understand.