Daily Wire Tip Oct. 19: How to Ask a Tip of the Day Question
Daily Wire Jewelry Making Tip for
October 19, 2010
When I leave a comment with a question on a Tip of the Day answer, it doesn’t get answered. Why is that?
-Andy in Nashville, Tennessee
Thanks so much for asking! As you might imagine, while I love the discussions we have on this blog, keeping up with all of these great questions and responding comments is quite a job, and it is much easier when each is submitted in the correct form.
To ask me a question, just click on the link at the bottom of each answered tip that says “Have a question? Submit your question here.” This will take you to the form where you ask me a question. New: You can also send an email to the Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org, where you can easily attach photos or even give your feedback on Tips of the Day!
If you would like to comment on the answer to a question by sharing your personal experiences with the person who asked, simply scroll down to the bottom of the question and fill out the form “Leave a Reply.” (As a bonus, if you add your website address to the “Website” field, it will link your name to your website. This is why some of the author names in the comments section are blue!)
If you write a Tip of the Day question in the comment form on a post, it will not be answered, and if you send a comment to the ask a question form, it will not come through.
To take this a bit further, I get some really great questions! Often there are several that pertain to the same subject, so I answer only one to cover all of those that are similar. For those of you whose comments are edited, as this blog is paid for by Wire-Sculpture, I cannot post competing web addresses for companies who offer supplies or finished jewelry. I also receive questions from folks in countries where English is not the primary language, so I may help by editing your questions. As for repeating questions/answers, we have new people joining our website on a daily basis. I will take a question that is asked often and refer to past discussions that our new friends may not have found yet.
Wow – again, thanks so much for asking!
Answer contributed by Dale “Cougar” Armstrong
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