#1
I'm just wondering how I can make posts that are more...well "accepted" by people in this community. I posted something already, it was long and interesting in my opinion, but it got called "cleverly disguised spam" and the thread was closed! I was saying my success story on picking, I thought it would help people. Yeah it is simple, I was mainly talking about how important practicing upstrokes was, yet I personally believe most people don't realize how important it is (I mean, no one told ME and when I learned, I got so much faster!), so I posted how it helped me. How is that spam? What am I doing wrong here?
Last edited by Will23guitar at Feb 23, 2013,
#2
Have you contacted one of the administrators that closed the thread down? Maybe he could hive you some useful feedabck.

Would be interested in hearing that success story...
#3
Well there were a couple people looking at it and I'm not sure how to tell which one closed it. It's not a big deal. I might try to contact both of them, and thanks for that idea I'm surprised I didn't think of that. But yeah, now looking back at it again it probably has more to do with how I wrote it I guess...I didn't put in as much information as I should, and people in these kind of forums absolutely HATE things that aren't well-detailed and complete. I'll work harder on that.
#4
When you put up your article come back here and say something. Would love to read what you wrote.