I have a question that has crossed my mind to a couple of times but I want to get it right. I have a friend who is very adamant about posting her own replies. I’m not sure if she’s just doing it to be contrary or if she has a certain way of thinking. If you see something you like, you can post it yourself.
This is a really good point that is usually the case. While an occasional post of your own is always helpful, posting the same answer on 2 or 3 different sites (other than your own or your friends) is another matter. For example, I have a close friend who posts many of the same questions on multiple sites, only replying to some of them. I would call this the “post reply” problem.
In our own case, the posts would be too similar. If you post a question on Twitter that you’re not sure is being asked on a given site, chances are it will be. If you post a question in the forum section of a site, chances are it will be. If you post an answer on a site such as Reddit, chances are that someone else will respond to it and ask you to send them your answers.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. So if you’re not replying to multiple threads on the same sites, chances are you’re not answering anyone’s questions.
The same is true for blogs. If you post a question on a blog, chances are, someone else will post an answer to the same question. This is called “link bait” because the question is being asked on behalf of another site.
Link bait is when someone posts an answer to a question on another site simply because they like the answer to that question. For example, if a question is asked about a topic like “what color of paint should be used for walls in bedrooms?” and the answer is “you can’t go wrong with Benjamin Moore” then this is a link bait.
I’m not sure exactly what you’re asking here, but I know it has something to do with the topic of this blog. The link bait argument is when someone posts an answer to a question on another site simply because they like the answer to that question. For example, if a question is asked about a topic like what color of paint should be used for walls in bedrooms and the answer is you cant go wrong with Benjamin Moore then this is a link bait.
This is one of the few places where those who get too “white-hat” (in the sense of “good”) can post answers simply because they like the answer to that question. The idea is to give the questioner a way to respond to the answer and get a good reply. If they are good at the question then they are probably on the site to get good answers.
When the question in question is how to paint walls and the answer is, you can’t go wrong with Benjamin Moore, and you need to make sure you get your house painted. This is a big reason many people are not satisfied with the results of their painting efforts.
The idea is to paint the walls of your new home with Benjamin Moore, and then to make sure that you get yours painted with Benjamin Moore. There are a ton of paints available from Benjamin Moore, including their stain/primer/stucco/frost/mastic finishes, which is why it’s so important to choose the right paint for your home.