IM Report Card Has Increased the Minimum Word Count for Comments...

@browneyed (2526)
United Kingdom
September 2, 2009 6:56am CST
Hi, There's a recent post on IMRC's blog stating that the required minimum word count for comments has increased from 50 to 100 - http://www.imreportcard.com/blog/2009/09/01/we-need-to-raise-the-bar-a-little/. If you're a current IMRC member, how do you feel about the new rule? Me? I'm OK with it as my comments tend to be 100 words and up anyway. I also think it has the potential to lend to the overall quality of the site.
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4 responses
• United States
2 Sep 09
i guess they want u to work hard for the money *sad face* i prefer easy money
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2 Sep 09
It is not really that much more work to be honest though. It is only an extra sentence or two to be honest.
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@browneyed (2526)
• United Kingdom
2 Sep 09
Easy money doen't always equate to big money. Besides, an extra 50 words isn't that big a leap.
2 Sep 09
Personally it does not bother me in the slightest. I think the vast majority of my comments on that site are in the 100 word range anyway. It will only take a few minutes more to expand comments to make it 100 words long.
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@browneyed (2526)
• United Kingdom
2 Sep 09
Well put. I agree. I guess those more likely to have a problem are the ones who just about brush past the 50-word min limit. I don't think many people do, though.
@PamelaL (252)
• United States
2 Sep 09
"lend to the overall quality of the site" I agree 100%. I have just joined IM Report Card (yesterday) and am already impressed by the quality of the comments and posts. I can't believe I didn't know about it before. I get really tired of going to a site for information, only to find quick and unintelligible posts (for $$). I hope I can live up, but if not I will be happy to have found a site with so much of the information I've looked for.
@browneyed (2526)
• United Kingdom
2 Sep 09
Hi Pamela, I hope you have a blast on IM Report Card. I've found it beneficial in quite a few ways. I've joined a couple of sites after reading some reviews on there. The comments can also be as useful and informative as the reviews themselves. I'm 'MizzEb' on there - http://www.imreportcard.com/members/MissEb/. If you get stuck on anything, PM me. take care...
@rosekiss (30151)
• Eugene, Oregon
2 Sep 09
Shoot, I can't even comment as the ones I want to comment about have been closed. I can't comment on those products I know nothing about either, as if they would find out I lied, my account could be deleted. I just want to be able to comment and I have only done`1 so far, and that is it, and I signed up night before last. I am a little disappointed that I can't comment on anything. I will just keep trying to find things to comment on. I think it will be a good site for me only if I can make money. Good luck to you and happy mylotting.
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@browneyed (2526)
• United Kingdom
3 Sep 09
Hi rosekiss, Have you tried looking at the People section? Perhaps you could read a couple of reviews there and visit their sites if they pique your interest. Then read through those sites for a couple of days, go back to IMRC and comment on how you're finding it. You're missing the point if you think IMRC is only good for you if it makes you money. There are so many reviews on there that you might find useful. It might save you from running into a scam - or in an indirect way, a review might actually help you make money eventually (i.e., you read a review about a GPT site, you join it and make money. Or you read a review about a traffic exchange site, you join it, drive traffic to your blog and start gaining referrals.) PM me if you need help. Tell your disappointment to take a chill pill for now. take care...