I’d like to use your post as an example. If you were posting seeking advice with something, I’d have to ask you what the above sentence means. That’s not to call you an idiot, or make you feel bad about yourself or anything, but simply because I couldn’t give you help without understanding the words you’ve strung together.
I think this posts definitely stimulated some reasons behind their actions.
Many of us are pretty good at guessing and deciphering, but I’ve read this multiple times and still have no idea what you mean to say. “stimulated some reasons behind their actions”. Could you clarify? Who is they (their) and what actions are you talking about?
NEW SELLERS: NOW YOU KNOW WHAT WE HATE AND WHAT WE DONT HATE.
So you seem to feel that something has been accomplished by telling new sellers what you hate. Exactly how does that help a new seller? You hate that someone isn’t as nice as you like. OK, how does that help a new seller be more successful?
This is exactly the kind of thing I was talking about earlier. Everyone is encouraged to contribute to the conversation, but you have to be able to make sense. It’s essential to be able to get your thoughts in order, and communicate them in a way that others can understand.
If you fail at being able to do that, you’re only going to frustrate the people who are trying to help you. This isn’t a failure of their helping abilities, but rather your ability to seek help.
This is what so many ‘you are all so mean’ posters don’t seem to understand. You don’t see how you are contributing to the situation through your own actions.
BTW, the all caps nonesense, and use of the word hate pretty much make me write you off as someone I wouldn’t bother helping. Just another example for people to be aware of - if you want good/nice/quality help, you’ll have the best chance at getting it if you act in a good/nice/quality way.