What makes a good thread?

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Hey guys,

I plan on making a thread soon in the warriors for hire forum, and I wanted to know what is everybody's thoughts on what makes a good thread that will attract many people, and make them act to my offer. I plan on looking over a few of the popular threads to see what they have in common, but I figured I can get some insight that I might not be able to just by doing that alone. Thanks in advance Ladies and Gents.

#good #makes #thread
  • Profile picture of the author Marcus Rockey
    Can you be a little more specific?
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  • Profile picture of the author TheArticlePros
    What makes a good thread? That's a little vague, and there's no certain answer. It really depends on what you plan on offering.

    I can give you my opinion on what makes a BAD thread if you'd like:
    • Too many user reviews in the ad itself
    • Flashy graphics
    • Unsubstantiated claims
    • Too much fluff, too little substance

    9 times out of 10, when I see huge, over-inflated graphics and then a ton of user reviews before I see any text at all, I click my back button. A nice, simple ad delineating what it is I'm going to be getting is the most attractive thing I can see.

    -- j

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  • Profile picture of the author ContentsCreators
    Allow me to further explain. It would be a thread for an article writing service. I want to know about the elements that make a thread successful in that regard.

    "I am Space" -Someone Out There

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  • Profile picture of the author Marcus Rockey
    Be honest. So much BS about.

    If you are honest and upfront you immediately set yourself apart from many.

    Also, check out this link for more help.

    Click here
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  • Profile picture of the author prismkuet
    To attract more people, you have to do something attractive for them! Very simple!! Design your offer with related important words and try to make that as clear as possible. Personally I like to response when the thing seems much clear to me and I believe, people dislike complexity.

    check out the Pros and Cons of CPA

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  • Profile picture of the author David Sneen
    What really interests you? What threads are popular? (Choose a theme similar to a popular thread.) What problems are you facing that others face?
    David Sneen
    It's what you do when no one is watching
    that determines what you will be able to
    do when everyone is watching.
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