why there is not a little star before my username?how to get it?
• United States
13 Feb 09
Yeah, mine either. I think a guy told me you needed like 100 comments to get a star. And then people rank your responses to earn a reputation from 1 to 10. If you'll notice, most of the people in the political spectrum have low rankings based on their political affiliation. So I wouldn't worry about getting ranked if I were you. It seems a lot of people don't vote for or against based on what you say - just on where you stand. The popularity system may help you earn more money, though. I'm not sure about that. Regardless, a veteran member can tell you more about it than I can. :-) GL.
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13 Feb 09
You'll get your star when you reach post No. 100. As for the number within the star, it's dependent upon the "+" or "-" you get from others rating you. The more the "+", the higher the number. The more "-" means the number will go down. Each numbered star has a different colour - 10(Blue), 9(Red), etc. Even after you've reached 100th post, your number can still fluctuate depending on your "+" & "-" ratings received. When I 1st hit 100th post, I think I only got a green star with 5 or 6, then I was a bit more active for awhile so I got a 10 but now I'm back to 9, haha