I asked for feedback and I thank you for yours. However, being analytical, I went to the facts. As a contributor, I have given out about 700 likes. 700 times, I read a thread and agree with another's post so I contribute by giving it a "like". My stamp of approval and a "positive reinforcement, if you will. Of the 344 times I took the time to comment, about twenty of so are "links to my website and shameless self promotion". So, about 320 times I read posts and spent time answering them, often with several paragraphs, not just a sentence or two.I am sure Daniel has a lot to offer, but so far, it's been mostly limited to links to his website. not a crime, just that it doesn't show much interest in the forum beyond getting folks to go there.
I guess you would have to define wasting your time....you posted a link to a video, which I have chosen not to click on, does that mean you have wasted your time?1 reply? Seriously? Am I wasting my time here?
That is what all of us do, my mission is simple, to be a poster child for not buying a horse that is half broke and bolshy, when you do not have the skill level to deal with it. I leave my message, and move on, if I can save someone from spending a month in hospital getting fixed, then great, it worked, but I can't make them listen or respond.When I feel discouraged, I try to remind myself that my real desire is to share what I have learned in the hope that even a few may benefit from my efforts.