Feedback for my projects!

Please give me feed backI need it. My hopscotch account is Minakawaii look at that for stufh.

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I’m just wondering why hopscotch blocks f e e d b a c k

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My name is now XENOCIDE

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This should be a category on HSF

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I agree!

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anyone got any feed back?


I couldn’t find your account. :disappointed:
Feed back is a random thing that was filtered because it contains letters found in a dirty word, there are a few more topics explaining why.

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You can’t find mine (Petrichor) unless you leave out the r.

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It blocks it because it starts with an “f” and ends with a “k,” but it really shouldn’t be blocked XD

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I said i changed it to XENOCIDETANOSHI

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…lol

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Ok. I’ll be able to look at it on my phone in an hour or two. Right now the phone is charging.

It’s been a day is it still charging

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I’m so sorry, I forgot. I’ll go look now.

Your background projects are awesome! If you want to keep experimenting with different background ideas, try to learn Sine and Cosine.
If you are aiming to get featured, I would suggest to keep experimenting with different background styles until you find one that is unique, detailed and unlike any other projects you have made. Although your current background are awesome, it’s extremely hard for backgrounds to get featured. Or, use your backgrounds for a game and try working towards featured with that.
Just remember that featured isn’t the most important thing. Whatever you work on, have fun with it!

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I’m actually aiming to get trending

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Trending is really tricky. It depends on how many likes, remixes, etc. you get and not the detail/quality of your project.
Here are examples of my projects that have reached trending:




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Ok, if that isn’t easy I’ll go for 10 likes in one week how does that sounds. Hard or ex?

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So sorry I meant EZ

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That might work, it doesn’t seem too hard. Getting likes takes strategy, though. I found that building up certain skills and eventually making detailed projects that get featured was more rewarding, but I have experience in trying to get a community of followers and likes in a short amount of time.


Planning the time to publish

When you make a project, you really want to publish it as soon as you finish. But I find that strategizing when to publish helps more people see your project. For example, last night you published a really cool background at about 3am EST, which is early morning/late night in most time zones. Not many Hopscotchers are on at that time. The best times to publish are 12pm EST - 4pm EST as it seems that most Hopscotchers are on at that time.


Pacing yourself

From my experience, posting too many projects in one day means that people won’t enjoy all of the projects to the fullest. If you hold back a few projects and pace yourself to make sure you have a consistent amount of projects coming out daily, subscribers would know when to expect you. Here is my suggestion for you to pace yourself (but think of what would work best for you):
12:00pm EST : Publish a background
2:00pm EST : Publish an experiment (something besides a BG, you could experiment with a trail art, making a pen, or putting a game with a cool background. )
4:00pm EST: Publish a background
So, I’d suggest to try and publish three projects a day (one which is something to experiment.)


Other notes

Putting art and backgrounds in the #art tab is useful to make your project show up both under newest and art. Also, try to keep remixes to a minimum so that when people check out your channel, they see all of your awesome projects and creations.

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