Seniors - Please advice..

@busybee10 (3192)
India
June 9, 2010 2:31pm CST
After reaching 500 posts on mylot we are eligible for copy and paste. I am interested to know what is this - and how should it be used. And also would like to know the more advantages of reaching 500 posts.
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3 responses
• Canada
10 Jan 11
Ahhh shucks, I just posted a question that was pretty much just like yours. I have found my answer here tho!
@busybee10 (3192)
• India
9 Feb 11
That is the wonder of thoughts anywhere on the globe and we also get answers from some corner too. Thanks for your kind response. Thoughts may be same but get changed in the formation of words.
@qianyun6 (2069)
• China
10 Jun 10
I have found that before 500+ posts you can copy and paste too, but the length of text you paste is limited. I can paste about half a line text after 200 posts. It's really a good thing to be able to add images in responses and comments after 500 posts.
@busybee10 (3192)
• India
10 Jun 10
Yes, after the 200th post we can do that but it is not sufficient.On reaching the 500th post you can use the total benefit of copy/paste and also add images. Really, this gives us a free hand to handle things easily and also helps us to earn well. Thanks for your kind response.
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@mlotta (218)
• Managua, Nicaragua
9 Jun 10
Basically, there are more disadvantages of copy/pasting than there are advantages. I haven't reached the 500 post mark, and I wont reach that for another 5 weeks to 8 months if I continue posting at the rate of what I post now, but I already know the disadvantages of having to copy and paste; never paste irrelevant information on mylot if you're going to abuse the copy/paste function.
@busybee10 (3192)
• India
10 Jun 10
Thanks for your alert - reaching the 500th post is not at all difficult if you really work hard but it is not possible from all. If you have the real zeal and inbuilt enthusiasm you can surely achieve it.Now some points here have really enlightened me about the advantages and disadvantages. I have to be very cautious from now.