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Quick tip: How to ask question in 'Help Me' section

Discussion in 'The Café - General Discussions On Everything' started by Kaustubh Katdare, Aug 9, 2006.

  1. Kaustubh Katdare


    Engineering Discipline:
    Hello CEans!
    I hope that this post will be useful to all. Please follow these pointers while posting questions in 'Help Me!' section-

    1. Title your thread appropriately:
    - Thread titled "Help!!!!" won't get much attention. Make sure that the title gives an idea about the topic of the thread.

    2. Write in detail:
    - Supplement your question with relevant details. This will enable other CEans to understand your question properly.

    Ex. "Help my second year training?" doesn't make much sense. Consider the same question asked in another way-

    "I'm a student of electronics engineering currently in second year. My team is looking for project ideas based on ...."

    Makes sense, right?

    3. Do not post your email address in your post. No one, but spammers will use it. Also do not send private messages asking questions or offering help.

    This is our place and let us keep it nice & useful.

    -The Big K-
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  2. Kaustubh Katdare


    Engineering Discipline:
    CEans, with CE forum coming to life, we have started getting many queries in our Help Me! section.

    Lately, I observed that we have many engineers landing up in our Help Me section through search on Google/Yahoo & MSN.

    This means that the question you asked will be available to the people from all over the world. The thread title is the basic source of listing a thread in the search engines.

    Therefore, let me reiterate that we must title our thread appropriately. It takes a little time to do that, but you will be helping generations to come :eek:.

    Make sure that your thread title gives a clear idea about the question you want to ask. It will help others to pay attention to your question as well.

    -The Big K-
  3. A SudhaKar

    A SudhaKar Rookie

    Engineering Discipline:
    Sure We will do so,

    I too noticed that any search engine easily screws our forum rather then our website.

    Sure we will clear then with Good Titles.

  4. DEP

    DEP Apprentice

    I too noticed that any search engine easily screws our forum rather then our website.

    hi sudhakar !

    could you please explain the above statement !!! i hope it wont bother you.

    looking forward to your reply.

  5. A SudhaKar

    A SudhaKar Rookie

    Engineering Discipline:
    See we are desigining a website / so if we are professionally design then we would design under xml Notification/set of rules.
    Rather what we do is, we will give some sample Meta Tags.

    And upload our website.

    So we need to enter all search engines and request them to screw our websites by providing our Sitemap.xml .

    So every 14 days google bot enters our site only using the sitemap which we have sent to them, so it will index your site regards only to the meta tags you have included. So you should give and maintain exact keywords and values in meta tag.

    Where as in Forum / No one designs it / it is freely uploaded or added in our site.
    And basically all softwares or packages were licensed, so the forum will be designed only on Xml documentation.

    So when a google bot enters , it matches all its requirements , so it enters easily and fastly and screws your forum page and indexs its properly , so it uploaded in net as fast as our web site does.

    Hope this answer helps you.
    - Get me on any more doubts/or specify any mistakes in above.
    - Thanks & Regards,
    - A.Sudhakar
    - www.itacumens.com
    - And a Proud :cean:
  6. no_atkt

    no_atkt Apprentice

    It would have made a lot more sense if you would have had used 'scans' instead of the word 'screw' (which has more than 1 slang meanings)
  7. srinu

    srinu Apprentice

    Hello Friends!

    Thanks for guiding me to post my questions...:D:D:D

  8. dineshsuthar

    dineshsuthar Newbie

    Hello!! all crazy engineers and students , this is your new member, DINESH

    KSHIRABDHI Apprentice

    thanks for the help to post Qs
  10. ajmer

    ajmer Apprentice

    give me some idea on minor electronics project

    :happy:hello, crazy engineers! i am Ajmer Singh, pursuing b.tech in electronics and communication and in final year..
    i want to make a minor project .. but don't know which forum to search.. u guys plz give me some idea or links for the same.... hope to get a reply soon:rolleyes:
  11. Kaustubh Katdare


    Engineering Discipline:
    He he.

    Ajmer are you making fun of the thread or what?
  12. rakeshsharma7

    rakeshsharma7 Newbie

    Engineering Discipline:
    hallo friends,

    please help me with the codes-- ASME , BIS and British Codes. I would like to read the codes . please provide me with the links from where i may read and download
    warm regards
  13. TheHellRocker

    TheHellRocker Apprentice

    Engineering Discipline:
    Computer Science

    My all post are showing under my login Id as s10.sharma, Is there a way to use my name instead of my loginid.
  14. Gaurav Zagade

    Gaurav Zagade Apprentice

    Engineering Discipline:
    how can i ask question on crazyengineers thank you... :mad:
  15. Ankita Katdare


    Engineering Discipline:
    Computer Science
    What's so difficult? Choose a section where you want to post the question.

    Click on 'Start New Discussion' button (in the top right corner). Type your question.

    @Kaustubh Katdare Time to bring back the start new discussion permanently in the sidebar I guess.
  16. Gaurav Zagade

    Gaurav Zagade Apprentice

    Engineering Discipline:
    for your info there is no option like "Start New Discussion" on top right corner..i request you to make better GUI.
    #16 Gaurav Zagade, Oct 28, 2014
    Last edited: Oct 28, 2014
  17. Ankita Katdare


    Engineering Discipline:
    Computer Science

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