Commenting on comment

@alberello (4755)
Italy
March 19, 2012 2:22am CST
Dear friends and fellow Mylotters. Despite being almost 2 years of work in this wonderful site, I still have a doubt that I would finally clear up. My doubt is related to the reward that receives commenting on comment already exists. Then. If I open a new thread I get rewarded in some way, dependent primarily on its length and quality. If I comment a topic already exists, I am slightly less rewarded. My question is: Comment on comment, I get rewarded in the same manner as the direct comment, or lower? (always keeping in mind, the 2 factors of length and quality) Thanks in advance, looking for your feedback.
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@mysdianait (64058)
• Italy
19 Mar 12
In the FAQs we are told: "Post quality content. For example, generate discussions that engage other users and provide insightful responses and comments to other users discussions to further the topic" http://www.mylot.com/o/faq/faq6.aspx#14 There is no fixed rate for starting a topic, responding or commenting. We earn for quality participation no matter where it takes place. It is impossible to calculate whether you earn more or less for one thing or another because we earn for our overall particpation during a 24 hours period (by the clock at the bottom of the page). It stands to reason that because myLot is a discussion site, if we are discussing and furthering the topic, with long or short comments depending on what is required on the particular topic, then we will earn. Those who just come here and post responses will not see the full earning potential. Length is not decisive. If a long response or comment just rambles on, when a shorter concise post would have been all that is required, then it might not earn as much as a shorter one would have done. May I suggest that you spend your time thining less about earnings and enjoying yourself instead? Try it for a week and see if you notice a difference
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@mysdianait (64058)
• Italy
19 Mar 12
* thining = thinking*
@alberello (4755)
• Italy
19 Mar 12
Ok thanks, dear friend, so I'm going to read them in their own guideline section relating to that topic regards