Announcement Please use descriptive thread titles

Discussion in 'Northwest Firearms Announcements' started by Joe Link, Sep 9, 2015.

  1. Joe Link

    Joe Link
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    Just a quick reminder, when creating a new thread please try to be as descriptive as possible. Not only does this get your thread more exposure, it also helps others find it once it's past the first couple of pages. At times we'll update particularly vague thread titles, but it'd be a big help if people did it when creating the thread :)
     
  2. etrain16

    etrain16
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    Agreed, that is very helpful. Good reminder Joe.
     
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  3. Certaindeaf

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    The ones that say "Click This!" blind linkage are especially endearing.
    please stop that, didn't click
     
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  4. BoonDocks36

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    If he could have put more effort into describing this thread....

    :s0111:

    philip
     
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  5. Joe13

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    At least I've not seen "Gun fer sell" yet:p

    But yea, more description gets more views. Unless the title contains "Rare, Custom, High End, Hard to Find etc", then it just gets ignored:D
     
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