How do I get them ?

Ratings !!! - How can I increase them ?
India
June 3, 2007 3:17am CST
It has been a long time , and my rating remain at 7 stars. How can I increase them ? I want to know how people are rated by mylot. Does adding '+' or '-' count to it ? I feel that posting quality discussion matters the most. What do you feel ? Is it so. Or what are the other criteria mylot looks for ? I can find people with 190 points having 10 stars whereas people with 2000 points having 1 or 2 stars. What could be the possible reason for this ? Is payment proportional to ratings ? Do people who have better rating , are they paid more? Thanking you in advance for your suggestions !!
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3 responses
@subathra (3519)
• India
4 Jun 07
Actually the number of post doesnot count with star rating.Its the number of + rating that adds to the reputation marks and increase of star rating.But i dont think that increase in rating contribute to higher earnings. wish you to achieve increase in star rating very soon.
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• India
4 Jun 07
Thank you ! As you have said , What matters is the rating which people provide is it not , Then the discussion you ask , if they seem good will get you those is it not ?
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@ESKARENA1 (18304)
3 Jun 07
well, i know what you mean, other than for a week when the negative ratings fairy got me ive been a nine from when the star system was first introduced. Ive slowly gone up from 88 to 95 but still wear the red star of the second class, lol. Or do i just express my opinions? lol. Just keep on posting and grading every response you get and sooner or later your star will rise. One thing i have noticed is that the star seems to drop a lot quicker and more easily than it rises. blessed be
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• India
4 Jun 07
It seems that both of us have almost in the same kind of situation. Thanks for you blessing . I have recently also noticed that my friend has 75 ratings and and so do I , whereas I have 7 stars and he has 8 . How is this possilbe ?
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@Lydia1901 (16354)
• United States
6 Jun 07
Well, you will never know anyone that will rate you with a negative response except when you get to notice your rate going down. So, as long as someone likes your response then you'll be graded positively.