how do you get a star next to your name on mylot ?

United States
January 27, 2011 10:02am CST
I see them all the time but I never really understood where they come from or how you get them.
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@jujunme (2406)
• United States
27 Jan 11
Do you see the (33) next to your username? when that number reaches (100),(posts and responses you have made) you will receive your star.When you do you will see a number inside the star, that number defines how other members rate your discussions and responses.(positve or negative)The higher the number the more positive ratings you have received from them.
@rosegardens (3044)
• United States
27 Jan 11
Your star is the rating you get from everyone who rates you here on Mylot. You will not see your star until you reach 100 posts. I hope you get a nine or ten!
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• Canada
28 Jan 11
thank you i also have been searching this same question
@mysdianait (64058)
• Italy
28 Jan 11
How about reading the FAQs? There you will find the answer to all the questions that you will have concerning myLot. The star is explained here: http://www.mylot.com/o/faq/faq11.aspx#3
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@rosegardens (3044)
• United States
27 Jan 11
I took a quick look at your page, and saw a lot of answers that were less than a sentence and many just a couple of words. Mylot pays us by the discussion and the quality of the posts we produce. Those small answers are not going to get you anywhere here in Mylot. Create a couple of quality sentences in your posts so you will get paid. I don't even think this discussion would get you anything because the question is just so short. You may get a nice surprise from Mylot if your answer to me is longer. Happy Mylotting!
@fabjonah (140)
• Philippines
27 Jan 11
ah really, now i know (lol. so how its been rated? is it for the number of words or for the quality of the answers?
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• United States
27 Jan 11
We are rated by other mylotters on the quality of the post and how helpful our answer is. Above the button that says respond to this discussion is a plus sign, a minus sign and another one. The plus is for a good rating that boosts the earnings of the person you are rating. The minus is for a poor rating for the person you are rating. I do not care to use the minus button. Keep in mind it will affect the users earnings. Most do not deserve that, unless they are rude and not trying to be helpful but are mean instead. That is how I use it. You can rate others this way too, and help them increase their earnings.