LONGER POSTS, LONGER REPLIES, LONGER ANSWERS = MORE MONEY, what do you say?

United States
November 4, 2006 8:45am CST
We have been told over and over by myLot that our posts should be descriptive and our answers likewise. The average should range in the four to five line range. They sent out an alert to everyone this morning that reitterates that they are deducting from accounts at the end of each month for those postings not fitting the more descriptive range. I can see why. If people were just popping off two word posts and two word answers they could do thousands in days and before you know it myLot has done this for nothing and then they shut it down. LONGER DISCUSSIONS, LONGER POSTS, LONGER ANSWERS, LONER REPLIES, PICTURES THAT ARE LEGAL AND NOT THE SAME THAT YOU'VE ALREADY USED ALONG WITH WHAT IT'S ABOUT = more money.
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4 responses
6 Jul 07
OOOO.. Is this really 9 months old? Not sure if a glitch returning where I respond to something that's meant to be old which is actually new. If it is old, I wasn't around then sadly but I am now lol I haven't received any alerts regarding regarding this so I'm probably not experiencing those glitches and will shut up about this. sorry :) Well, I for one don't like responding shortly but sometimes I can only manage about 3 to 4 lines and it bugs me. I'd actually wish they came up with a better payment system and punished those who spammed, as I find replies like. "I agree" or something totally unrelated to the question pretty pointless. Sometimes longer replies don't = more. shorter and to the point can also do well, it's a confusing system I'm enjoy studying lol ~Joey
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• United States
6 Jul 07
LOL I wrote that a long time ago. It is definately a confusing system. Actually I just came back after four months. PEACE.
@clover779 (698)
• Portugal
12 Nov 06
Well, but any way people would find a way to go around, people would just copy-paste large amounts of text. And this is not what is pretended. Since nobody actually checks the contents of the messages, only sometimes the people who participate in them. I don't think they should pay more, what will happen is that at some point they will reduce the payment, I think this is the normal behavior.
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• United States
20 Mar 07
Sad but true
@AJ1952Chats (2340)
• Anderson, Indiana
12 Nov 06
Well! You know me! I'm born to babble (at least, that's what the caption on my picture--me at three months old circa March 12, 1953--says). Even so, there are some posts I've made that only require a handful of words. Anyway, I think I'm safe with most of mine. Speaking of which, you're on my pending friends list, so I can't send a private message to you, but I wanted you to check out the message I sent to the 19 people on my friends list plus the two-out-of-three (You're one of them!) who have provided somewhere to stick a public message. The subject of the private message was "Message Mixer," and I think you can see why I chose that title when you read everything. Anyway, here's the message... Hi! Just a note to check this discussion out. http://www.mylot.com/w/discussions/203451.aspx You'll find a link to my latest blog there, and its first (and, so far, only) entry includes a link to your profile. I hope you'll find that to be helpful! I've just sent an announcement of this blog to most of the people on my mailing list, so it could be that you just might connect. Also, you will find an easy connection to the friends--and pending friends--that were on my list at the time that I composed the entry. All of you will be getting a copy of this message, and the hyperlinks are all target="blank" for easy navigation, so you might have fun checking each other out, if you haven't met before. Take Care! AJ :-)
• United States
6 Jul 07
He he, this was a long time ago. I've found that, lately, it doesn't seem to matter how long or how much your write. I haven't been getting paid hardly anything though my responses have been just as long as they used to be.