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This article is actually inspired by the conversation I had with @Eybyoung earlier this afternoon. She called me the top 1 keyboard warrior.
Keyboard warrior? I find it really funny. She called me a keyboard warrior because of my comments as long as an article and probably longer than some of the articles out there.
Let me give you an example:
These are just two of the comments I recently wrote. On the left is my comment on @kat2x's article this afternoon regarding my views on modular learning. And on the right is a comment I wrote on a newbie's article who joined the recently concluded giveaway event I organized.
I'm not copy pasting these comments. They originally came from my mind and let me tell you that I'm just trying to be myself. There are some users here that I personally know and they can tell you how talkative I am in person. I tell stories, usually about myself, even if they're not asking for it. And I think I brought that personality here.
When I was a newbie in this platform, I never considered the thought of writing everything that's on my mind on the comment box. But I learned how to write a meaningful comment through @wakeupkitty.
At first, I was always wondering and asks myself "where does she get those long comments?" And to tell you honestly I learned a lot from her. She's always honest with her comments and not long ago I sometimes don't know how to respond to her comments because I feel like she's mad or something and it seems like she's always correcting what I said in my article. But you know what? I never took her comments the wrong way. I considered it a lesson and I took her comments as constructive criticisms that will help me to improve - improve my writing skills and improve the way I give comments. And now, I think I've improved a little. And now, I also know how to respond to her comments and even adopted her way of writing valuable comments (mine is just too much though lol).
How to be a keyboard warrior (that is to write long comments)?
Read the article thoroughly. When you open an article, don't be in a rush to scroll down. Understand what the writer wants to tell you and give a sort of reflection to what you read.
Comment on the images. They say, a picture speaks a thousand words. Give your own interpretation about the image.
Relate your experience, preferably something similar to the article you read.
Be selective of what you read. You don't have to read every article on your notification. Just select the best one that you can relate to. We are more likely to say something when we can relate to it.
Being a keyboard warrior is actually good for us. It's a nice way of practicing your writing skills. You may be afraid or even shy to write an article so start with your comments first. It will also help you improve your communication skills!
And most importantly, you can gain a fair amount of points. You don't have to post a lot of articles each day, one or two is enough to get nearly 1500 points each day if you write good quality comments.
P.S. Eybyoung and I are not in bad terms haha I actually consider that keyboard warrior thing as a compliment. I have to add this because there might be a misunderstanding with the title of the article lol.