Does the quality of your posts matter?

@stezieb (2185)
United States
October 24, 2006 8:04pm CST
There is no way the staff have tome to read the entire posts of everyone there must be a system. It's possible they go by length but i don't know. I make quality post's 99% of the time just because i prefer to not come across as spammer. Your thoughts?
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@DeenaD (2688)
• United States
25 Oct 06
MyLot says it does, but I'm not so sure. I see an awful lot of "junk posts" on here, as well as entire discussions that are just junk, and I can only assume the posters are getting paid for them. Also, I can't imagine that the myLot administrators actually read tens of thousands of posts every day and judge each one on quality.
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25 Oct 06
Maybe they have a very powerful search facility of their own that takes into account length, content, etc.? Anything that is too dodgy, they get to look at personally, otherwise it goes through. And it could also explain the fact that nobody's earnings match up - perhaps we don't get paid so much for a divvy post as an intelligent one?
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@stezieb (2185)
• United States
25 Oct 06
If i was on the Mylot staff I would create a program or something that could judge posts one 3 things. 1.) Length 2.) Spelling (install a spell check) 3.)# of large words used. Longer the length, of the large words that are spelled right the more money.
@DeenaD (2688)
• United States
25 Oct 06
Honestly, I would hope that you are right. I'd like to think we are getting paid what we "deserve." I wonder, though, why there seems to be no program in place to detect plagiarism. Haven't you noticed it? Some people are literally cutting and pasting posts and passing them off as their own responses - in the SAME discussion!
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