Getting Full Credit for Discussions That You Start Here.....What is Required???

@Nykkee (2523)
Canada
October 24, 2007 7:46am CST
I have recently on many occasions seen discussion where people here at mylot will discuss how much they have made or are making for thier contributions. I have seen people saying that they make less than me for the amount of posts they have submitted, and more so I haven seen people who say they have made much more than me for a similar number of posts. So what is require to get this greater credit? Does the color/number of your star play a role in how much you make? I have heard you need at lest 2 responses to a discussion to get credit, is that true? If so then do you get more credit for more responses? Do you have to respond to all the people that post to your discussion to get full credit? Do you need to declare a best response and resolve the discussion before you will be credited? Does anyone know these answers? If so please tell me. I have looked at the guidelines and it doesn't really answer these questions. It just has do's and don't's and a comment about how the pay scale is very complicated.
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@CatsandDogs (13964)
• United States
25 Oct 07
I'm not sure but I have figured this out. The longer your answer is the more you're paid. MyLot likes to see four or more lines at least to every discussion or answer to a discussion. They don't like one liners of any kind and most are deleted.
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@Nykkee (2523)
• Canada
25 Oct 07
Well to answer one of my own questions. I think that resolveing your discussions by rating each response and choosing a best response does make a difference. I resolved a bunch of my old discussions yesterday and I did better for earnings than I have in a day since I had to switch to dial up internet.
• Canada
24 Oct 07
I am still very new here so I dont know to much about the stars and what should be done to earn more.I have tried to find answers as to what we earn for certain things as well and have not found any maybe someone could help us all figure this one out.
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