Is it better to comment? Or to post a discussion?

@the_vicar (1478)
United States
October 29, 2006 10:33am CST
Which one pays more? Does it make a difference?
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• Indonesia
2 Nov 06
post a discussion .
@the_vicar (1478)
• United States
3 Nov 06
But does it pay more?
@istanto (8565)
• Indonesia
29 Oct 06
Better do booth as writen in the faq.. :)
@the_vicar (1478)
• United States
30 Oct 06
okay....thanks
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@Asylum (48107)
• Manchester, England
3 Nov 06
There is no hard and fast rule. If you post replies to discussions you will be dealing with a subject that has been asked and will not need to spend time thinking about which subject to chose, but will then have to find another appropriate discussion to respond to. Whereas if you chose a subject of interest it may take more time to select the subject but if many people respond you will be able to comment on their replies. However, if you get no response from other members then the time involved would be greater. All in all it is a matter of chance, so you may as well respond to posts that interest you and simply start a topic when a good subject comes to mind.
@kdarrell (1566)
• Canada
2 Nov 06
I would say post discussions and reponses. That way, you know you are getting paid either way and then the other posters here have the opportunity to respond to your posts and discussions.
• United States
2 Nov 06
I don't think there is any way to tell, maybe one day only respond, the next only post, see how it goes.