You advised to delete work to get back into duels and resubmit.

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Why did you tell us to delete our photos to get back into the duels. It freezes us out of duels anyway. I deleted just about all my work! Thanks for misleading.
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Hi,

I'm sorry you're having a bad experience. I don't believe I was the person that advised you to delete your work and resubmit so can you bring me up to speed on what you were trying to accomplish? Were your images paused?

What do you mean by "It freezes us out of duels anyway."?

Let me know and I'm happy to help!
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Also sorry for you. i tried to do the same but for me it worked well. I deleted 2-3 pics and submitted them again. After this action they got about the double of the old score.
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I think what you were referring to was my statement in this thread:
http://community.pixoto.com/pixoto/to...

If so, I'm so sorry that it wasn't clear what I was suggesting. The other member had asked me if an image that had 50 duels and an imagescore of below 400 was it better to submit again or to continue to buy more votes. Since it is pretty much impossible to raise that imagescore to one that would give you an award (which seemed to be the members goal) I suggested that deleting and reposting would give them better odds.

If our the members always voted the same way resubmitting an image wouldn't help. But since they don't if an image get's off to a bad start - deleting and reposting is definitely more efficient than getting more votes.

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