What is a ‘lucky post’?
Lucknow, Nov 20 (PTI) A lot of people seem to believe that a post is a winner once it gets a good response.
A post that goes viral is a winning post.
This is what one of them has said in his post.
But the post itself was a scam.
“If you go to a place like a lottery post or post driver, they may have one lucky post.
However, they have a lot of posts and they all get one lucky poster.
If a post gets one lucky person, it means it was a successful post.
You can see that there are a lot posts like that,” said Sanjay Gupta, CEO of the lottery post website.
It is also not correct that a lucky post is considered a win.
It is a post that gets the most number of shares and comments.
Gupta said the lottery posts posted on his site are “more popular than the posts that get a lot.
You have to pay attention to the post, not just the number of likes and shares.””
A post that hits the front page and gets over 10,000 likes and comments is a good post.
That is the goal, but the goal is not to be a winner.
You want to post a good comment or a good share,” Gupta added.
Gupta did not disclose how many posts get shared by the post driver.
He said the post that got the most shares was the one that got him to visit his wife and their three children.
He had shared the post with his wife after a long time.
“The post is really popular.
People can comment on it and then post comments on it.
That was really a great post,” Gupta said.
He also added that posts that are shared by a lot are more successful than the ones that get the most likes and the most comments.
He was also of the view that it is better to get a number of people commenting on a post than it is to get the best of the lot.
Guptas post is now gone, but not for long.
The post driver told PTI that his posts on his website get shared almost every day.
Gupta has not deleted the post.
He told us, “I had written a comment on the post and a post driver came by and commented.
The comment is deleted, but he kept sending me a lot more comments.”
He added that he has not had a post for a long while.
He did not provide a comment to the Mail Today on whether he has deleted the posts.
We reached out to him for comment.
In February, Gupta announced that he was quitting the lottery blog.
He also deleted the website in August after being contacted by the Mail Online.
He did not reply to our emails, but wrote, “The posts are deleted and deleted fast.”
“It is not a good idea to get into the lottery business, but it is good to take risks,” Gupta told Mail Today.
He added, “If you think a post has a good chance of getting a number or a high number of views, it is not the time to start blogging.
Blogging is about making a statement.”