12-22-2012 08:53 AM
12-22-2012 08:54 AM
Was just curious to see how many times a day people stop in to read this forum?
Myself I would say at least 3-5 times each day.
When I am working, I am on all night from 12am CST until Noon CST
On my off days, I rarely check -- but when I was heavy into rebuilding and repairing for the home loan, I checked at least 2 times every day, for months on end.. didn't wanna lose a possible tactic, comment, thread, or contact that could help me achieve my goals..
12-22-2012 09:10 AM
at least 3 times a day. My laptop stays on 24/7 and I have 12 windows open with threads that pertain to CA's and Good will letters etc that will help me.
12-22-2012 09:45 AM - edited 12-22-2012 09:48 AM
I wish I could like shorrty's post. . If I have a question out I will check several times during the day. But mostly I read once a day at night for 2-3 hours. I'm reading back through all the old posts, increasing my knowledge. I'm somewhere around November 2009 in the rebuilding section.
12-22-2012 09:48 AM
If there is something specific I'm wanting to know, or certain threads I"m following I will look multiple times a day (Even though I click the email me when someone replies button hahahaha).
If I'm in between GWs or not actively doing something other than monitoring my reports, then I check in every few days.
12-22-2012 01:00 PM
not sure how many times...definitely more then 3...but I would say an average of 2 hours everyday...
12-22-2012 05:21 PM
I have an Ipad that I always keep with me so I read it a lot like 5 to 10 times every day.
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