I have two queries. One is a red-hot mess based on feedback from my critique group. The other I perfected with your help from Chum Bucket. (Thank you again! Your response felt like a big hug across the Internet).
The problem is that the red-hot mess has gotten three requests out of ten. Two months later, the better query has netted zilch out of fifteen.
The crummier query is starting to feel like a lucky penny, and now I'm looking at the better query like it's a stumble instead of a foot in the door. Figuring out which to use is fast becoming a philosophical question. What if there is no better query, only different queries? If you and the blog readers have a any advice, I'd much appreciate it.
Figuring out which to use? Have you taken total leave of your senses?
This isn't a philosophical question at all.
I can't believe you're even asking.
USE THE ONE THAT WORKS!!!!!!!
Feedback and help and advice is great, but when it comes to results, the only thing that matters is yes or no. You have a query that's getting yes.
I don't care if I said the query is the cat's pajamas. If it's not garnering requests, DITCH IT.