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TUMBLR STILL HASNT FIXED PRIVATE POSTS
It would be great if we could track our private posts and view them in one place. At the moment we can put hashtags on them but that’s not actually useful since as far as I can tell there’s no way to search these tags. Unless I’m mistaken, the only way to view my private posts is to just keep scrolling. The private post feature would be a lot more useful and efficient if we were able to better manage these posts.
*If someone out there knows a way around this please let me know! Thanks :)
It bothers me when people do giveaways with “a thread with me” as the main prize, as if roleplaying with that person is a gift to be sought after. If it’s a roleplaying blog, why would someone have to “win” a thread with that person?
I had a simple, common contact form on my design portfolio website that worked well for about a year. Then I had this exchange with a prominent local reporter / blogger via Twitter to her 5,000+ followers:
Client: #WEBDESIGN #FAIL! @(myhandle)’s contact form terribly broken! Can’t get in touch about my project—won’t be using her services! #Inept!
Me: @(Client) Thx for yr honest feedback. Sorry to hear you had difficulty w/my form. I’d like to diagnose the issue—pls contact me @ (myemail).
Client: (via email) What kind of web designer are you? I tried to upload my project’s documents, only 25mb of PDFs, using your contact form and it didn’t work!
Me: Yes, my contact form isn’t designed to allow uploads of any kind; it’s just a simple way for folks to state the nature of their project and start a conversation. I’m so sorry that misunderstanding was frustrating experience for you. Now that we’re communicating via email, I’d be more than happy to take a look at your documents and learn more about your project.
Client: I’m not stupid, you clearly don’t know what you’re talking about. I’m well connected in this city, and you won’t be getting any recommendations from me!
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