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Planning ahead: Curiosity and moving forward

The most important part about any job is knowing you’ve satisfied your customer. Here the readers are my customers and when I started the +Planning-ahead series I was expecting two things. One of the things being interaction and other being no interaction.

Interaction to me meant receiving a lot of comments for offering suggestions and criticism which could help all of us. Either I learn or you learn.

But am thinking people didn’t really understand the series or like anything about it. What matters most are not only the likes but also the questions, suggestions, tips and some sort of textual interaction matters. May be sometimes in my writing am more possessive than involving?

How can I make the series better? Or is it just better to quit the topic and hand something else? Your answers will help me choose what it is better for the future.

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Scorpie wrote on August 1, 2014, 10:02 AM

I'm not satisfied. I wanted cookies for breakfast. emoticon :smile:

Ruby3881 wrote on August 1, 2014, 3:25 PM

It might help if you linked to some of the posts in the series, or maybe listed the titles of the posts in question. Your tag doesn't link up (you need to use the # here) and I don't see any posts on your profile that look like they're about planning. There aren't even any search results from your posts, when I do a site search for the phrase "planning ahead." Maybe the lack of interaction has to do with readers not being able to find your content?

wampamba wrote on August 30, 2014, 6:10 PM

Indeed this was my first planing ahead post here. Well then I think better I pick a topic to write about or rather just link old posts in the posts?

wampamba wrote on August 30, 2014, 6:11 PM

Did get you well, maybe because English is my second language... lol!!! am sure there is good meaning hidden in your phrase, for the sake of learning could you make it easily understandable for me?

Ruby3881 wrote on September 11, 2014, 5:16 PM

If you link old posts that don't relate to your topic here, readers will be confused. I think you might want to work on clarity and focus in your writing. This ought to improve the traffic and interaction on your posts. Good luck :)