What is your most underrated post so far?

Vee
Vee
from Minneapolis
10 years ago

Most of us have written lots of posts so far, and some of those might be your personal favorites in a way that you expect a lot of response from your peers in the blogging community. But some of those best posts of your might have gone unnoticed or under appreciated (either very few comments than expected or lesser the number of hits to those posts). Here is the second chance to your most underrated or under appreciated post.

Please post link to one such post from your blog, and please help yourself in making your favorite underrated post noticed by fellow writers. Please post only one link.

Do consider yourself lucky if you have not encountered such a situation yet, and please post a reply in that case too!


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Hemal Shah
Hemal Shah
from Mumbai
10 years ago

I feel many a times its difficult to rate a post as underrated.. some like me have had a tough time to choose one that i could post here..

Vee
from Minneapolis
10 years ago

Hemal,

Well this happens when your favorite posts have received the appreciation you expected.  That's definitely a confidence booster to blog more often.

GeEtS
GeEtS
from delhi
10 years ago

let me check

GeEtS
from delhi
10 years ago
Vee
Vee
from Minneapolis
10 years ago

No more underrated blog posts?

are you tired vee, you will keep on getting them till infinity I think, as new bloogers keep growing at a great pace.

 just remove the barrier of single post and you will be closing down the thread.

Vee
from Minneapolis
10 years ago

May be you are true. I think I should remove that single post barrier. But then, I am worried that this thread will be full of links but no feedback from the readers on those posts. 

Okay, let us invite the second most underrated posts from all the Indibloggers. 

this one was written ardently, and expectations were great but..

http://likemymusings.blogspot.com/2010/12/spiritualist-versus-anti-spiritualist.html#idc-container

Harshad
from Pune
10 years ago

@ Pramod I also believe in spirits and ghosts, If God exists so do Ghosts. I have never encountered one..though but If the spirits can be called and if reincarnation also exists then how will the spirit communicate when requested if they have already enter a body as humans..Confused...Thanks for the article..

@Vee The world is full of underrated posts don't worry...And I really admire your ability to look into every posts which is posted here..and patiently go though them maan that's a great service you are giving to fellow bloggers cheers..

harshad, first of all, thanks a lot for visiting my home,(blog).  there is a time lapse in getting a body. sometimes it takes enormous time too. but when they get a body, it can not be called up. 

I heard Lord buddha to have said he was an elephant in previous life, running for life in a jungle fire. suddenly a rabbit too running came under its feet. rabbit stopped feeling safety under the feet. the elephant couldn't put the feet down, lest the rabbit would be killed. both were burnt to death.

you are perfectly right on the point of thread of vee. I sensed it the very first day.

harshad, this haunted house was auctioned recently in britain. if u wish to see ghosts you can visit there.

an idea, you can group all peopleinterested in seeeing ghosts and we can plan a group trip. or tag renie to have our next blogger meet there with the ghosts. 

http://www.newsofap.com/newsofap-24885-26-britains-most-haunted-house-wymering-manor-for-sale-.html

GeEtS
GeEtS
from delhi
10 years ago
Vee
from Minneapolis
10 years ago

this is again another post from which kids can benefit out of it. Nice one, Geeta!

absolutely right vee,

Roshan
Roshan
from Kochi
10 years ago

in my initial days of blogging i did not know how to market my blog.....therefore one my favorite post went unnoticed....i was planning to repost it ( http://roshanscucina.blogspot.com/2010/07/tender-coconut-pudding.html ) ....i am a food blogger....do join my network if you find it is interesting....joining options are available on the RHS of my blog....cheers...roshan nash

Vee
from Minneapolis
10 years ago

Roshan,

the coconut pudding looks yummy. Nice blog! I feel most of us living away from home can take best advantage of your blog. :)

Nishant Thakur
Nishant Thakur
from Shimla
10 years ago

Well, I think this one deserves more recognition than it has :\

http://upyourstwice.blogspot.com/2010/09/i-first-came-across-you-as-kid-who.html

Vee
from Minneapolis
10 years ago
Nishant That's one helluva post. :D I agree with you for the most part of it..
Ausdrucklos
Ausdrucklos
from New Delhi
10 years ago

Hey I found a lot of amazing posts and blogs to read through this thread and to continue the tradition here is the link of my poem which I thought covered the most widely read emotion-love (read passion!) but did not get as much hits as I'd expected.

A Dark Night

http://pebblesongrave.blogspot.com/2010/06/dark-night.html

Vee
from Minneapolis
10 years ago
Nice post dude! The emotion is expressed wonderfully!
Ausdrucklos
from New Delhi
10 years ago

Thank you.

Appreciated!

Anubhav Sharma
Anubhav Sharma
from Bijnor
10 years ago
Vee
from Minneapolis
10 years ago

Anubhav, nice insight into the yogas and a great story from the epic to back it up. 

S.R.Ayyangar
S.R.Ayyangar
from BANGALORE
10 years ago

This travelogue was posted in the beginning of my blogging hence has not attracted desired visitors. This has fetched me an entry in to 'Limca book of records' in 2009.

http://srayyangar.blogspot.com/2009/03/journey-down-memory-lane.html

Vee
from Minneapolis
10 years ago
Ayyangar sir Thats a wonderful feat, visiting all the places u have lived in over a span of 50 plus years. Wow! You must have had an exciting time going through that experience, making memories a reality again. Wow!
S.R.Ayyangar
S.R.Ayyangar
from BANGALORE
10 years ago

A unique travelogue which fetched me a place in 'Limca book of Records'- 2009.

http://srayyangar.blogspot.com/2009/03/journey-down-memory-lane.html

Since this post was in the initial period of my blog, has not attracted many visitors. 

GeEtS
GeEtS
from delhi
10 years ago
Siddhartha Joshi
Siddhartha Joshi
from Pune
10 years ago

Somehow I thought this would be popular, but it never caught on...here it is to Mr. Narendra Modi!

http://www.siddharthajoshi.com/2010/09/modi-brigade.html?utm_source=BP_rand

 

Vee
from Minneapolis
10 years ago
Interesting. We seriously need officers who form such a brigade, and that would instill fear in the corrupt.
Nilesh Gonsalves
Nilesh Gonsalves
from Mumbai
10 years ago

that's one very good suggestion...Yes, even a friend of mine keeps on suggesting that, but am bit lazy...Will need to improve on that.

 

Thanks a lot!!

Vee
from Minneapolis
10 years ago

you are welcome Nilesh!

Nilesh Gonsalves
Nilesh Gonsalves
from Mumbai
10 years ago

A story which I wrote.....don't understand what went wrong but was not much liked

Vee
from Minneapolis
10 years ago

Nilesh,

That's a great story. Well written and definitely underrated.

Can I add a suggestion here? Try putting some picture that goes along with posts like these. A picture definitely grabs reader's attention. I personally have seen the difference in the way readers respond to the post with and without pictures. You will find some really relevant ones on Deviantart.com or you can click your own pics and post them.  

Raghav Aggarwal
Raghav Aggarwal
from Jammu
10 years ago

THE REAL HEROES

http://raghhavaggarwal.blogspot.com/2010/05/real-heroes_22.html

Well, if you want to know what's the most underrated post so far, I would honestly say  the blog in itself. My readership is quite limited, hardly 3 or four members. I'm not sure, what is that Im missing, and hence joined this forum for some advice.

Anyways, to justify your question with a precise answer, here is my most underrated blog post.

http://just-chewing-over.blogspot.com/2008/12/dutifulness-to-brim-im-possible.html

 

 

Harshad
Harshad
from Pune
10 years ago

Wow Vee This thread is getting bigger and better by the day..Amazing response..

I would also like to add one more post which needed more response, I feel its very useful for people using new Blogger editor. The post is about creating professional looking posts using latest blogger editor.

http://www.latest-techtips.com/2010/11/how-to-create-professional-looking.html

I hope the IndiBlogger Community likes it...and make use of the simple and effective tricks mentioned in the post..to create good looking posts in Blogger...

Thanks again for such a great post which allows us to expose useful yet underrated stuff...

Manjulika Pramod
from Delhi
10 years ago

Wow! lots of cool info on ur blog. Liked it quite much....

This post is also gud one which makes a much deserved impression.

 

 

Harshad
from Pune
10 years ago

Thanks Manjulika for the appreciation.. and also for the comments on my blog..I really appreciate it..thanks..

Vee
from Minneapolis
10 years ago
Harshad, I was keen on having only one underrated post from Indibloggers because without that restriction it would lead to spamming eventually with bunch of links from everyone and no proper response to those who would post only one link. And that is one thing we don't want on our forums. That said, your post is again very informative one. Helps a lot of people. :)
Harshad
from Pune
10 years ago

Sorry..won't happen again..

Vee
from Minneapolis
10 years ago

harshad, you don't have to be sorry. i have been spending a lot of time on your blog and i feel almost every post of yours deserved greater attention. you provide some of the most useful tips and that too in a simple way which anyone can understand and apply without any struggle. 

Way to go man!! 

Tulika
Tulika
from Pune
10 years ago

Here's mine. This was a letter I wrote to my four-year-old son. He is a die-hard follower and that was causing him (and hence me) much grief. This was my way to vent. It came straight from the heart but perhaps it was a tad too personal. Sharing it here again.

http://obsessivemom.blogspot.com/2010/08/youre-best-hrit.html

Vee
from Minneapolis
10 years ago

Tulika - 

This is a wonderful letter. Lucky he has u as his mother. I think people did read ur post and loved it, but they might have refrained from posting comments since the letter is very personal and touching. 

Keep posting such stuff, if you wish to, and let the younger generation - the generation that will soon become parents - learn from you. And yeah, I too belong to this generation I was referring to.

very touchy one. 

Anand.J
Anand.J
from Chennai
10 years ago

This is mine...  As a humorist, this post is my personal favorite..  But for heaven knows why, this post got far less response from my followers, compared to other posts...

 

http://anand-illuminateddarkness.blogspot.com/2010/11/evolution-of-social-networking-in-india.html

Vee
from Minneapolis
10 years ago

Anand, read your post just now. Hilarious, totally :)

Anand.J
from Chennai
10 years ago

Thanks Vee.. :)

Jayendra Sharan
Jayendra Sharan
from Jamshedpur
10 years ago

Though I dont get too much traffic on my blog but according to me, my most underrated performance was

India at Its BEST, really

well written one.

Vee
from Minneapolis
10 years ago

Jayendra - Nice writeup! At some points there was a little incoherence between sentences. But I have seen ur latest posts, and there has been a significant improvement. Keep writing! :)

Jayendra Sharan
from Jamshedpur
10 years ago

Thanks Vee.. will be looking for you suggestions, please spare some time on mine if you like.

Jayendra Sharan
from Jamshedpur
10 years ago

Thanks Pramod.

Vee
from Minneapolis
10 years ago

Any time Jayendra! Keep writing such good stuff, and people will automatically read from you and keep pouring suggestions..


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