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    For everyone: is it really hard to have a good thread name?

    Is it too hard, for example, for the website review, to include the name of the site in the topic name?!?!?!

    25% are "Please review my site!", or "Review my site, please." Really nice!

    So, "pretty please (!)", if you see someone naming his topic with a general name as the ones above, nicely poke him for me, would you?

    Thanks!

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    Does it matter? as long as they do provide the URL and description of their site it's not an issue (unless your lazy and want to avoid reaching out to mouse clicks)

    Come to think of it, you're going to need to click the URL to see what needs reviewing so it's not going to require many less clicks

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    AHA! you're one of them! .
    I'm just saying that I'm tired of the same title over and over. It's like all the books would have the same title: please read my book.. you'll find inside what's all about .

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    Follow: @AlexDawsonUK silver trophybronze trophy AlexDawson's Avatar
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    Nope, I've not asked for a website review, I'm happy with how mine looks and works

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    I think "your" is a strong word, like Your (dream) car, Your shoes, Your house...So, what's your (client) need ?


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