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Old 03-28-2014, 07:06 PM   #1
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I recently noticed that some of the more commonly seen members get more help when they post. Ive been around for a year and sometimes I don't get answers. Could we try and help out more, especially if theres none or few responses?

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We don't allow bumping here at AA but you can keep a thread moving by posting some content. Sometimes during the weekends things are slow but I saw one of your threads had 30 responses to it. Sounds like some people were helping. Anyway I hope you get what you are looking for. If not as I said post some information and content and I`m sure someone will help.

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I wasn't meaning bumping, and yes occasionally I will get a lot of responses.... I just meant that if you see a recent thread with no responses, join in! Be friendly! Kinda like the reminder about tact, but different.
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Content drives replies. I haven't looked at any of your posts, but I will say that people who get a lot of responses typically have lots of information in their posts.

The subject also matters. You're going to get a lot more responses if you're asking how to breed guppies than you will of you're asking who has experience with some rare exotic fish, plant, or coral.

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