Yea, somehow I’m famous enough that I’m attracting trolls here. lol. But seriously, I consider any lewd or nonconstructive comments left here as unnecessary. Comments don’t have to be pleasant because wake-up calls aren’t pleasant, but they have to be constructive.
And you know what’s more dumb than dumb comments? Me replying them. So I’m adopting the practice used by our local blogging queen, which is to edit them. Reason being that I prefer to show trolls that they can’t game me on this tiny space of the internet therefore there’s isn’t a point to continue trying, as opposed to going the silent way of deleting those comments as a method of deterrence.
<sidetrack>Anyway, I was referring to Xiaxue in the paragraph above. No matter if one agrees or disagree with her content, she deserves the respect for being one of the first, if not the first, person in Singapore to make a decent living off blogging. And she managed to do that all by blogging about herself. It’s easy to get traffic if one blogs about stuffs that are useful such as those blogged by Mark Suster and the likes, it’s a total (and more difficult) ball game to gain immerse traffic only by blogging stuffs related to her life. Based on what I know about blogging right, I can vouch that she really does her homework. </sidetrack>
Edited comments will have “*Commented edited by Elisha” behind them.
Anyway with every troll, there’re probably 5 nice people showing concern to me about it. Very thankful about that. :)I build Learnemy, an online marketplace that finds you the right instructors and classes in Singapore. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter