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Old 11-16-03, 09:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Post A small suggestion on posting that will help immensely

Before I explain my little peeve I'll give some examples.

Which subject line is more appealing?

Example 1- Improper shed question
Example 2- Need help

That's a no brainer right?

I hate it when I'm browsing a forum and a sea of *Need helps* and *question* pops up. I don't have time to read through every single post. Something might be of great interest to me but if the subject title is nondescript chances are I won't read it.

Perhaps this gets on my nerves because I'm a former journalism major.

Using more descriptive subject titles will benefit those searching the archives and reduce redundant questions.
Who wants to browse through pages and pages of nondescript titles when they really need advice on their animals care?

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