Responding to Comments.

Last Update: August 15, 2019

Responding to comments & Your Subscribers on your site.

Responding to comments made [negative or positive] in a timely manner is very important.

The WA Blog teaches us to get ready for the world that is out there for us when we establish our websites and include the comments plugin, options, etc. for feedback and more.

I created an 'Information' website using Siterubix back in late 2016, early 2017 that warned about HYIP (High Yield Investment Programs) that were using 'Bitcoin' as the method of payment.

I learned, yes, that a Siterubix Site can be ranked on the same page of google as it is being searched for.

Some people listened to what I had to say regarding these schemes...others did not.

To my 'Newbie' surprise, over the course of the months to follow, I received more than money can buy. I ended up getting almost 2,000 subscribers (mostly victims of the scam), looking for help and advice.Subscribers still trickle in today even after that particular Ponzi has been long gone.

I left the site 'alive,' and will revisit it later if I need.

Yes, I am still small scale, but any followers that I have appreciate that I am not spamming them.

Always Try To Keep In Touch...

I still keep in touch with those that want to be kept in touch with to offer what I can.


In most cases, people are looking for money. For them, money is a fix. I've seen some people personally that continually risk their life savings on things more expensive than a lottery.

The lottery is actually the worst because of the sciek that it connotates.

Very heartbreaking and sad stories were shared on my first experience with a website created through the WA platform. It was a huge success.

If I do not get back to any comments offered to this post immediately, I will ultimately.

I would like to thank everyone in advance that might read this to continue to be proud of where we are and to continue to support our guiding leaders (Kyle & Carson) and the ever growing community that they nurture.

Kindest regards & Respect to our family.

@PMindra


Paul.

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Trujunco Premium
Good morning Paul,
Stopped by to glean more from your thought and insights

In previous conversations I came to admire your footprint in the world of WA. You left an impression that is held in my thought
as being honest. And this for me builds a enduring foundation for trust.

To this post, I had no idea of the Ponzi scheme used to scam
people, until until now. I am aware by other members accounts that the world of online marketing has been a slippery slope for investment, riddled by unscrupulous opportunists.

I feel blessed to have landed upon WA out of the gate and for remaining a bit of a cynic toward thought of Pie in the Sky investment

Anyway friend, I do hope the garden grows well and continues to bring you calm and bountiful harvest. I am off this day from our flooring store to enjoy my own endeavors in cooking something savory and smoked.

Best to you Paul, and as you continue to share...thanks much for your effort.Till next time...Shine Brilliant!


Respectfully David R.
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PMindra Premium
Hi, David.
You are a kindred soul.
Thank you for your wonderful comment.

Have a wonderful day.

Paul.
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ChristinaAsh Premium
I like way you do things, I have a feeling you are going to be very successful because you approach it from a very good place with good intentions.
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PMindra Premium
You are so kind, Christina.
Thank you for the follow by the way.
I'll be heading over shortly to officially welcome you.

Best regards,

Paul.
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jetrbby80316 Premium
Good for you Paul, you created an excellent and helpful site that has stood the test of time.

YES, I endorse direct person-to-person connections especially in the beginning of any relationship. Always respond to your supporters!

Thank You,
Kaju
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PMindra Premium
Hi, Kaju.
First of all, thank you for liking my post.

Secondly, thank you for commenting on it.
I value what you have to say, especially coming from an ambassador here at WA.

I am grateful that you took the time.

To continued success.

Paul.
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SachiKashi Premium
Thanks for sharing.
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PMindra Premium
Hi Sachi,

I know that you are new here (you invited me into your network just a few days ago) but let me tell you that you have taken the first major step of what we are being taught here at the Wealthy Affiliate Learning Platform.

If I might be able to help further...return comments like 'Thank you for Sharing' are a great beginning because being new to a concept, we are afraid of saying the 'wrong things.'

Let me assure you though, that here at WA, we encourage participation through the practice of writing our actual thoughts.

So for example,

You might have wanted to say...

Thank you, Paul, for sharing your thoughts and experience on the topic of 'Comments.'

I found it to be helpful but can you be more specific, because I do not fully understand what you wrote about?

So now, Sachi,

Instead of just leaving a closed statement...i.e 'Thanks for Sharing...' you have created an open dialog with me.

I might respond by saying:

Hi Sachi,

I am glad that you found my thoughts to be of help to you. I would love to be more specific to your needs of understanding. What would be the best way to contact you?

I am here to help in any way that I can.

Please let me know at your earliest convenience.

Kindest regards,

@PMindra

Paul.

Do you understand where this is going?

Let me know.

Paul.
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SachiKashi Premium
Oh, I see. This will also help me in my writing by being more conversant. I appreciate your taking the time to teach me this important lesson.
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PMindra Premium
You are most welcome, Sachi.

I'm glad that you were able to take a small nugget away with you.

To your success.

Paul.
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gjshawk Premium
Great post, Paul. What a wonderful thing you did for others. I like your style.
Grant
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PMindra Premium
Thanks, Grant.
Your response means a lot to me here.

Sorry for the style of the post...very sloppy. I have not got my head around the set-up of the 'Write a Post' concept yet. Uploading pictures, having them in perspective, size, etc...headings that appear on the draft that display differently on the outcome and so forth.

I will learn it soon.

As you know, this is only my fourth post and it is from the new UX platform.

The improvements are great and I look forward to learning the platform more.

As far as what I 'did for others...' that part of the equation is still not complete. I have much to do for those that have reached out.
You will not believe some of the stories and hardships from 'simple people' being taken advantage of.

From the bottom of my heart, I really value your response. Keep up your great work.

Thank you, Grant.

Paul.

P.S.
The weather here in Southern Ontario has been really crazy.
Second week of April, we had an Ice Storm (Picture above). Not Snow, but actual Ice. Crippled over 160,000 households.

Friday, May 4th, we had a Wind Storm. My backyard neighbor's Fifty foot Douglas Fir was rooted and landed almost into my Kitchen. Only major damage was the fence dividing the both of us. Thank goodness.

I have some great pictures and will write about it as soon as I can.

Cheers, Mate for being the first to respond to my post.

Paul.
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gjshawk Premium
I’ve visited your country recently. Back in February I drove from Colorado to Alaska via the Great Alaska Highway. Took 6 days. Beautiful country. Really desolate.
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PMindra Premium
Hi, Grant.
Yes, very beautiful Country. Third largest landmass with only 30 million people.

Your journey was on the West Coast approximately 5,000 km from where I am. Then there are 5,000 km to the East Coast from where I am.

You are correct...really desolate for the most part. The Country has its 'hubs' where the majority live work and play. It is a great place compared to other places ravaged by war for example. Much that can be talked about.

What part of the World are you coming to me from, Grant?

I really value good communication from members here from all over the world.

My respect and regard to you.

@PMindra

Paul.
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gjshawk Premium
Western Colorado. Little place called Fruita.
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PMindra Premium
Fruita, Colorado.

The City of Fruita (pronounced /ˈfruːtə/) is a Home Rule Municipality located in western Mesa County, Colorado, United States.

Fruita is part of the Grand Junction Metropolitan Statistical Area and within the Grand Valley. The geography is identified by the bordering Colorado River (historically known as the Grand River) on the southern edge of town, the Uncompahgre Plateau known for its pinyon-juniper landscape, and the Book Cliffs range on the northern edge of the Grand Valley.

The population was 12,646 at the 2010 census.[8] Originally home to the Ute people.

White farmers settled the town after founder William Pabor in 1884. Ten years later, Fruita was incorporated.

Economically, it started out as a fruit producing region, but today it is well known for its outdoor sports such as mountain biking, hiking, and rafting.

Because of Its proximity to the Colorado National Monument, and its annual festivals, Fruita has been the winner of the Governor’s Smart Growth and Development Award for four consecutive years. The city motto is "Honor the Past, Envision the Future".

Grant,
the above came from Wikipedia, but I had to correct it with subtle changes. Is the description somewhat correct?

Fruita has had steady population growth for over a century, with descendants of many of the original pioneers still living in the area.

The first permanent homesteaders in the Fruita area were possibly Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lapham who settled in late 1882. They resided in a pre-existing cabin with a dirt floor and a blanket door. They were followed by other settlers, nearly all of whom were farmers of one sort or another.

What an amazing history.

Please tell me more.

I was born in a 'mud hut' village without running water or electicity and now I am a part of 'The Internet of Everything.'

What a World.

12.20 EST at time of writing.

I am going to bed.

I hope that this conversation does not come to an end because I am doing so...that is going to bed.

I am very pleased to know you Grant, and thank the WA platform for bringing us together.

Kindest regards served with respect,

@PMindra
Paul.

Good night for now.
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gjshawk Premium
Yes, that’s a pretty good description of the place. When we first moved here in 1990 my wife hated the place. Now she loves it here. As do I.
I’ve never lived in a mud hut, but when I was a kid we lived in a place that had an outhouse. :-)
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PMindra Premium
You were lucky to have an 'outhouse.'

You had some rough times getting started.

More than half the population of the World do not have an 'outhouse.'

More than half of the world population do not have clean water.

Why should we be concerned?

It has nothing to do with us. We are here...they are there.

Why should we 'Give a Shit?"

Let's try to remember all our fellow men and women that have returned home without any future that protected our 'outhouses and way of life. I am talking about our Veterans.

It does not matter from what Country they are from. Warriors are Warriors, and those that survive should be given Coronation Status as opposed to being left on the street to dissolve.

There is something inherently wrong with the the system and the way that things are being done.

Your thoughts are cherished and will be responded to tomorrow, my time.

Keep writing, friend.

There is something to be cherished from all of this.

Kindest regards.

Good night to you,

@PMindra

Paul.
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gjshawk Premium
Keep the outhouses away from the water? Simple solution. ;-). Seriously, there’s a wide range in standard of living around the world. Education is the key.
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PMindra Premium
I could not agree with you more, Grant.
The Internet is helping to level the playing field.
Are you familiar with 'Khan Academy?'

It is one of the most intelligent projects ever developed in the area of education. I wish it was around when I was struggling with Calculus back in the day.

Check it out sometime.

All the best my new friend from Fruita.

To your continued success,

@PMindra
Paul.
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gjshawk Premium
Nope, hadn't heard of it. Thanks for the tip. Good luck in your life.
Grant
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PMindra Premium
Same to you, Grant.

Be blessed.

Over and out for now.

@PMindra

Paul.
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