Does one-liners earn you anything?

South Africa
August 10, 2009 5:12am CST
Sometimes I don't have much to say, but then I post anyway. Most people say you should post four-liners but that is a bit hard to post on a lot of discussions. I usually post three-liners, is that okay?
3 responses
@jwfarrimond (4474)
10 Aug 09
I really don't bother about how much or how little a response will earn me. I respond with as much or as little as is required. For example I just responded to someone who was wanting to find a driver, my response to his question was one word and a link. That was all that it needed. Like Mike, I could ramble on for several paragraphs, but I've got better things to do...
@mysdianait (64056)
• Italy
10 Aug 09
He didn't really say he had better things to do - did he?
10 Aug 09
Well, someone has to feed the cats..
• Philippines
11 Aug 09
yes thats right. for you to be able to earn money in your every post the content must be long and with value. some member here just pust a single liner question or post. they can expand it by telling a short story its either their story or not as long as its relevant...
@brienn (826)
• Philippines
10 Aug 09
Good day stupidkid007, As far as I know, one liner responses couldn't give you much earning . And I don't know if the admin could give you anything for that one line response. Based from what other members have said, we should at least make our responses long enough and quality enough in able for us to earn much for that response. And I think if you post a three line response, it will be okay, but if you can make it long enough like a four or five liner it will surely give you more earning . God bless. Happy MyLotting .