Hapy mylotting or happy posting

@mojcica (1512)
Slovenia
October 17, 2008 3:59pm CST
Do people use happy mylotting, thank you, happy posting, have a nice day, ... and such things at the end of the post, so they would have longer post, and thus earn more?
5 responses
@Jul14nch0 (1414)
• Argentina
17 Oct 08
no, becouse our comments have to be to the point, long and informative. "Happy Myloting" is not to the point or informative, but that makes the post longer, but i think the "person that values your post" if there is some, would see that your post is not informative and to the point and give less money. I think that the people does tell you that if they really wish you a nice day, or want to thank you, why should they be judged for thanking you? I say it a lot of times, but if my post is not going to be informative, to the point, or at least make the other person feel good, then there is not point at posting.
@mojcica (1512)
• Slovenia
17 Oct 08
I was just curios, because sometimes it really doesnt look sincere. But as I said it could only be my feeling and am absolutely not judging anyone ;)
@carolscash (9502)
• United States
19 Oct 08
It seems as though most of us don't feel that it earns the person anymore money but I am not sure. I never use it unless it is a thank you for someone. I don't see the need to type anything that isn't going to pay me unless it is to a friend and I am thanking them for something.
@marina321 (4561)
18 Oct 08
I don't think people do it for the longer post or extra money; I'd like to think they do it genuinely coz I do
@EAStanley (2689)
• United States
18 Oct 08
I think people just say it to be kind, or to be polite. I really don't think that they earn more just for saying that! :) Happy myLotting!
• Australia
17 Oct 08
I only do it sometimes when the person has replied to my discussions a while, but when I do it's not for earning more. I'm preety sure that you don't earn more for just a sentence.