Supposing sentences equal, more for posts, more for responses or the same?

@suspenseful (40312)
June 11, 2007 6:06pm CST
Suppose you post something that has five sentences averaging about ten words in a sentence. You then find a subject that you are interested in and your response has five sentences averaging ten words to a sentence. Now the first sentence int the post is a bit longer than the first sentence in the response. Both post and response have approximately the same mixture of easy, medium, and hard words such as antidisestablishmentarianism. (I had to put that in.) Now should they both be paid the same, or is the original post paid more?
1 response
• United States
11 Jun 07
I would say that the person who responded will get paid more, and I don't even think you get paid for making discussions. If you do, it could be more or less because usually people are asking questions when making discussions so the person who responds would most likely make more.
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@suspenseful (40312)
• Canada
12 Jun 07
Thanks for telling me. I cannot see me doing more than ten a day, but I will wait to see what others say about the subject. I was just wondering well because usually questions are just one sentence and usually the discussions I respond to have a very long introductory period and sometimes you have to really search to know what they are talking about.