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For some reason i always have trouble getting like and comments, most of the time. Could you give me advice on how to get more?

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| August 30, 2014, 4:05 am
Quoting MRgstarx Hillier
For some reason i always have trouble getting like and comments, most of the time. Could you give me advice on how to get more?

Well some times I will get told that I have 1 person that has liked my stuff and then I click to see who and it says it was two people.
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| February 2, 2015, 1:08 pm
Quoting RaptorTalon (Hero of the Core)
Well some times I will get told that I have 1 person that has liked my stuff and then I click to see who and it says it was two people.

thats a glitch. it doesn't recognize first time. just ignore it.
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| February 2, 2015, 1:15 pm
Quoting MRgstarx Hillier
For some reason i always have trouble getting like and comments, most of the time. Could you give me advice on how to get more?

no. time is the only way to get more likes and comments. in time, people will find you. you can speed this up by posting your mocs in groups, but for the most part, just sit and wait.
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| February 2, 2015, 1:17 pm
There is no "trick" to getting more likes, but you can improve your chances of new people noticing your mocs by adding them to groups, commenting on other people's mocs (though don't post reguests for people to view your stuff, as this is annoying).

Lots of people also get more attention if they also post on other websites. Deviantart, flickr, instagram, facebook, twitter, blogger, photobucket, eurobrick, brickshelf, etc. you might find googling for the types of lego sets and themes you are into might link to groups and communities that would love your stuff.

Don't post too many things at once, most people only comment on the first thing they see.

I find honest polite feedback often yeilds strong support, and supporters of your supporters might comment and like as well.

It took a long time for my mocs to get noticed and even now I only have a handfull with more than 10 likes, patience is also very important. Unlike sites like flickr, you rarely get random casual views.
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| February 3, 2015, 9:21 am
Quoting andros tempest
There is no "trick" to getting more likes, but you can improve your chances of new people noticing your mocs by adding them to groups, commenting on other people's mocs (though don't post reguests for people to view your stuff, as this is annoying).

Lots of people also get more attention if they also post on other websites. Deviantart, flickr, instagram, facebook, twitter, blogger, photobucket, eurobrick, brickshelf, etc. you might find googling for the types of lego sets and themes you are into might link to groups and communities that would love your stuff.

Don't post too many things at once, most people only comment on the first thing they see.

I find honest polite feedback often yeilds strong support, and supporters of your supporters might comment and like as well.

It took a long time for my mocs to get noticed and even now I only have a handfull with more than 10 likes, patience is also very important. Unlike sites like flickr, you rarely get random casual views.

I just wanted to thank you Steven for a very informative and helpful comment that should probably be part of an intro to MOCpages.
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| June 11, 2015, 6:27 am
Quoting andros tempest
There is no "trick" to getting more likes, but you can improve your chances of new people noticing your mocs by adding them to groups, commenting on other people's mocs (though don't post reguests for people to view your stuff, as this is annoying).

Lots of people also get more attention if they also post on other websites. Deviantart, flickr, instagram, facebook, twitter, blogger, photobucket, eurobrick, brickshelf, etc. you might find googling for the types of lego sets and themes you are into might link to groups and communities that would love your stuff.

Don't post too many things at once, most people only comment on the first thing they see.

I find honest polite feedback often yeilds strong support, and supporters of your supporters might comment and like as well.

It took a long time for my mocs to get noticed and even now I only have a handfull with more than 10 likes, patience is also very important. Unlike sites like flickr, you rarely get random casual views.
I agree with Oran. This is definitely a very helpful way to get your stuff out there. I've been doing the exact same thing for a while and my popularity has expanded about 20x as much. This is really helpful.

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| June 12, 2015, 9:30 am
Quoting Oran Cruzen
I just wanted to thank you Steven for a very informative and helpful comment that should probably be part of an intro to MOCpages.
Yeah! Put this on the Q&A and input it as an answer to a question that says something like "How do I get popular and have everyone crowd around me and take pictures and all that hubbaloo?". I think it would be pretty helpful to newcomers.
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| June 15, 2015, 12:44 pm
I asked the same question a while back (as some people here know :P) and the only thing i can add to what they said: Dont be afraid to do your own thing ! when you "do - you" people will see it ! if you don't get what im saying just check out NannZ.

Also, SPELL CHECK !
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| July 11, 2015, 3:25 pm
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