I can see a quick tip as a notice of a future full review. Also a retrospective glance at books read long ago. How differentiate from a short wikipedia blurb?
Personally I think they're silly. Never liked them from Day One. They remind me of the Colorforms that I used to play with when I was in kindergarden. Oh well, to each his own I guess!
I agree with many people when the old quick tips were around in that they were too short to get out what you wanted to. It was just enough for what would have amounted to a TV Guide blurb. …
WIth a poll, you can take a select number of related items, rate them AND give them the Quick Tips. There are many times when I'm trying to think of what to write about and sometimes seeing …
Much like the Custom Badges, only a more generic set that applies to everyone and all topics.
Great way to take a look at and rate things in quick order.
Heres a quick tip on quick tips, they're great and let you get an idea out and work on a review later.
Exercise proper etiquette towards other founders and do not step on others' toes, write with passion (with originality) and members may just turn to your communities. Action speaks louder than an …
A while back, "Quick Tips" were known as "Micro Review." The point of which was to be able to write a quick review with 140 characters. Like a Twitter update. Part …
There are many great features on Lunch, but there's nothing quite as perplexing as those badges. There are plenty of things Lunch.com does to try to get you involved. There's rankings, …
While these updates can be helpful, I'm not sure of their accuracy in terms of contributors' rank & they tend to overcrowd my inbox.
Finding new members is one of the most crucial components to growing and cultivating a vibrant community. There is enormous value in taking the time to look for and actively recruit people who have interests …
You've started your community. You have a photo, a Tagline, and a Welcome Message. You've written a couple of reviews, you invite everyone you know to contribute. So how do you keep your members engaged …
I like the general idea behind them, but the name just doesn't work for me. They are cool though, since I can hint at upcoming reviews...
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