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What does HQ mean?

Created by nBo - 09-17-2019 at 05:14 PM
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Posted: 09-17-2019, 05:14 PM
Introduction:

I'm making this thread for users to have a better understanding of what it means to be of an acceptable quality. There has been a lot of people mistaking what it means to be High Quality and a good member. I just wanted to make this, to clear everything all up and offer this as a guide as well.


Section 1 - Appearance:

Your profile is a big impression on how people see you as a member. If you have an avatar that is the default one, you will be viewed instantly as a leecher. You also want an attractive avatar, not something that's ugly and unappealing. Think to yourself, "Is this an acceptable avatar?". A good user wouldn't have an illusion avatar either.

Now for your signature. It should be a nice little tag that defines you and makes your profile unique. It should be kept simple and not something that stands out so much or hurts your eyes. Some users like to put a bunch of smilies in there, that's a no and it makes you look horrible. Keep it a good size, even try avoiding a scroll bar.

The most important thing, is your username. This is your alias, this is how people know who you are. Now would you rather have people saying, "That's Mike10123" or "That's Mike". Due to having so many users on the forum, finding a unique one may be hard since so many are already taken. Think to yourself.. some of your favorite hobbies, bands, singers, and nouns. Just have something unique and simple.


Section 2 - Attitude:

Making friends and taking the forum experience in, is the reason why most of us here, are here. We enjoy getting on and conversing with people and listening to their opinions and thoughts while returning it as well. First thing you need to know is that there are over 50,000 members on the forum. Not everyone is going to like you, you need to give them their space. If they don't like you so what, bugging them asking why and so on won't do any good. Be positive, and don't be so negative. Nobody likes talking to someone who whines, or looks on the downside of things.

When people are looking for feedback, help them. If they make a mistake you can't just shit on them and not even tell them what they did, you aren't going to see any improvement because maybe they weren't sure of what they did wrong? Give them the criticism they need, with moderation of course. If they don't understand something, be informative and friendly. Don't let your emotions affect your posts. If you're in a bad mood and someone says the wrong thing to you, refrain from posting back! Ignoring them will be the best option. Report and move on. This goes both ways though, if you see somebody else in a bad mood, leave them be. Think to yourself, if a guest was browsing the forum on the verge of joining, but sees some childish drama, do you think he's going to join?


Section 3 - Give back:

If you're thankful for everything Nulled has brought to you, give back. By this I don't mean making a "Thank you Nulled" thread. Give something back, got something you'd like to share, then share it! Giving back isn't limited to posting leaks and guides, you can report posts, or host giveaways. If you'd like to share you experiences as well you can post a feedback in the feedback board. You can include your experiences on Nulled and share stories. A good user is always contributing. Whether it be with his informative posts or the other stuff listed above.


Section 4 - Posting:

Read everything before you post. Many, many people post on question topics that are already answered. Don't worry about your post count, you're not helping somebody if the answer has already been given. Try to search for threads before you post one as well.

When posting, avoid really short responses. You want to be informative when posting. Let people know you know what you're talking about. If you have a little post and barely over 50 chars, you're going to be considered low quality to people . To go over that, in real life, if you're really stupid people are going to call you stupid.. Having posts that are of high quality or low quality are in existence. I.e. "You just made a low quality post". To have a high quality post, you should avoid using an excessive amount of smilies. Have an acceptable grammar level. Don't talk how you would over text or use internet slang. This also has to do with a good appearance.

Having a high post count doesn't always mean you are a good member. There are plenty of users with a high post count that have short responses and are just congratulations people on milestones, and welcoming people introductions. Staff would love to see a low post count with really informative responses rather than a high post count with low quality responses.

Stay on topic. Don't start off-topic conversations with people in a thread, the thread creator sure won't appreciate it. There is a solution though, take it to PM. Use common sense when you create your threads/posts. You always need to think before you post something. i.e. Will someone think this is a stupid post and/or will I get warned for this?

Read the rules! A good member of Nulled doesn't want to be seen with a warning level.


Conclusion:

Just like to thank everybody for taking the time to read this and improve themselves as members. If you feel anything should be added to this, PM me.

Note: I am not saying in any way that I am a good member, or that these are the real qualities of a member. These are just opinions that I look for into a good member, a lot of users can agree/disagree.

Note 2: Having fun is also a thing, just know when it's acceptable and don't have 90% of your posts be troll or dumb :c
I myself, will still consider you low quality, if you think you're HQ and shit on any new member who speaks his opinion that you do not agree with and argue in a childish manor.

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Posted: 09-20-2019, 08:08 AM
nice cool sir

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Posted: 09-28-2019, 09:29 PM
like a bot ^^...
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