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I agree with all of you and you all have valid points. Keep the community active, without artificially creating your own hype/points/likes.

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Thanks for reminding me! Got it. On one hand, spam is bad, on the other hand, it keeps the community active :) Thinking of a forum in which most of questions already had answers, there is no new question, just need to search.

Personally, I don’t see the problem. Let people ask questions. This keeps the forum active. I view it differently than you do, Fizzy. Only if we have a constant stream of questions, new members have the opportunity to contribute and earn points.
It’s not the easiest thing to do. Most questions are answered in light speed either by Mike or by you (and I don’t mean this in any way as a criticism! It’s great that you are so active!)
Not all of us have over 100k points and most new users are eager to contribute but they can only do so it if there are questions :)

StefanM, valid point.

Maybe I should have rephrased it differently. Logging on multiple accounts to ask questions and then answer them yourself is frowned upon. So is using multiple mule accounts to give yourself kudos.

The Fizz Community guidelines do state:

  • Fizz has the right to ban members from the Community if they do not follow the above guidelines, or for any other reason, that demands such action.
  • Community Members are to only use one account for their Community activity.
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    Having said that, I will agree that it is not always easy to make points here. You have to want to learn about the services offered by Fizz and enjoy helping others. Perseverance or persistence can be key.

Pascal
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Yeah @Pascal, you tell 'em! I couldn't have said it better myself.... Heuh???
:-D