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    As many of you know I have the ability to create hit topics with very little effort; I am now going to reveal my secret to success:

    1. Make the topic title as controversial as you can but style it as though you are also asking a question.

    2. Make the origanal post about a current hot topic that is on many peoples minds e.g brexit

    3. Make the original post debateable but also act like you are stating facts no kne can disagree with, almost challenging others to disagree

    4. LEAVE.. thats right make the post and head out and let the users argue amongst themselves. You should only return if you notice no one has agreed with you, but as soon as one person agrees with your original post then its pretty much automated from there

    5. Jump back in at around 60 replies quoting whoever seems most annoyed by your original statement, then leave again ignoring replies

    6. Jump in at around 100 posts as by now the topic may be dying down

    7. Maintain the topic, if you see no new replies after 2-3 hours its time for maintenance work, a simple quote saying "lol" is sufficient enough to bump it back to the top, this will now attract new posters.

    Thats it tbh peeps


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    Your topics are mediocre at best
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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    Your topics are mediocre at best
    You cant say that be fair, obviously some of my topics are serious but when I put effort in you know its gunna be golden


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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    Your topics are mediocre at best
    Your topics are sub par at best
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    (Original post by AsapRocky)
    As many of you know I have the ability to create hit topics with very little effort; I am now going to reveal my secret to success:

    1. Make the topic title as controversial as you can but style it as though you are also asking a question.

    2. Make the origanal post about a current hot topic that is on many peoples minds e.g brexit

    3. Make the original post debateable but also act like you are stating facts no kne can disagree with, almost challenging others to disagree

    4. LEAVE.. thats right make the post and head out and let the users argue amongst themselves. You should only return if you notice no one has agreed with you, but as soon as one person agrees with your original post then its pretty much automated from there

    5. Jump back in at around 60 replies quoting whoever seems most annoyed by your original statement, then leave again ignoring replies

    6. Jump in at around 100 posts as by now the topic may be dying down

    7. Maintain the topic, if you see no new replies after 2-3 hours its time for maintenance work, a simple quote saying "lol" is sufficient enough to bump it back to the top, this will now attract new posters.

    Thats it tbh peeps


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    You don't need all that. Just make the title something controversial about Muslims or Brexit.
 
 
 
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