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    Re: How to write a good title for your thread

    OMG mike! I'm impressed that you've actually 55,280 posts

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    Re: How to write a good title for your thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike.Phillips@Autogeek View Post


    Here's an example of a bad title,

    Help!

    That title Help! worked for these guys.


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    Re: How to write a good title for your thread

    Quote Originally Posted by WaxMaster1 View Post

    That title Help! worked for these guys.



    Yep... that title worked for those guys but I'll stick to what I wrote in the first post of this article.

    By including little details in the title of your thread you help yourself to get more and better replies. Or more and better help. And that's the whole reason most people join a forum... to ask questions and get help.


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    Re: How to write a good title for your thread

    ***Bump***

    For anyone new to forums.... it's okay if you're new, heck we were all new at one time including yours truly. :D


    Read the first post to this thread and follow the tips shared and you'll find you get a lot more people >clicking< on your thread and also more and better help.


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    Re: How to write a good title for your thread

    So "pad gumbo" is an epic failure for a title?
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    Re: How to write a good title for your thread

    Perhaps, but it was intriguing enough, that I had to click. What was the roux? Curious factor.

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    Re: How to write a good title for your thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Honcho View Post

    So "pad gumbo" is an epic failure for a title?

    There's always exceptions to the rule.

    I have not >clicked< on your thread yet but my guess is it's about cleaning the gunk or the gumbo that builds up on the face of the pad when doing correction and polishing work?


    Here's an article on the topic of cleaning pads...

    Why it's important to clean your pads often...



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    Re: How to write a good title for your thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike.Phillips@Autogeek View Post

    my guess is it's about cleaning the gunk or the gumbo that builds up on the face of the pad when doing correction and polishing work?

    I was right...

    Pad gumbo


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    Re: How to write a good title for your thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Ricorocks View Post
    Perhaps, but it was intriguing enough, that I had to click. What was the roux? Curious factor.

    The roux was the Snappy Pad Cleaner and hot water!
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    Re: How to write a good title for your thread

    Sometimes I like the ambiguous thread titles. It makes me think of Forrest Gump and his box of chocolates...you never know what you're going to get.

    In all seriousness, a good thread title will definitely catch my interest, either because it is something I know about, or it is something I want to learn about.

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