myLot question

Singapore
December 30, 2008 12:32pm CST
Hey guys, how do you level up in myLot and do you know how the rankings are determined? Thanks!
2 responses
@rosdimy (3936)
• Malaysia
31 Dec 08
myLot reputation depends on the ratings that we get from other users for our discussions, responses and comments. This reputation is reflected by the star and number nect to our user name after we have passed the 100 post mark. We can get a net negative rating resulting in total disappearance of the star. This can happen if your postings incur the wrath of certain people. Read myLot guidelines to understand what is and what is not allowed. Quality and content means our postings should be more than a few lines long. Points should not be repeated just to make the posting appears long. Topics should be of substance. It is easy to get lots of responses to simple discussions but this is not a good idea - read the guideline on this matter. Respect the views of others. I am sure there are issues that we disagree with but this does not mean we cannot have a civilised discussion. Do not be blinded by emotions. Earnings are calculated based on an algorithm which is only known by the staff of myLot. Quality and content play a part. all the best, rosdimy
1 person likes this
• Singapore
31 Dec 08
wow thank you very much for your response! I do need to take a look at the rules some time. I sort of dove into the site and just wanted to get GOING! haha plus rating from me to you :) have a good one!
@jersey86 (1348)
• Philippines
30 Dec 08
the way to level up in mylot is too post good discussion and good quality response in that way it could help you from earn more and in terms of rank you can have it when you reach 100 posts so it will sometimes go donw and goes up but it is called here in mylot as your reputation hope it helps
• Singapore
31 Dec 08
ok, so do you actually earn more with a higher rank or is it just kind of a "reputation" score
@rosdimy (3936)
• Malaysia
31 Dec 08
Earnings are not related to rank. Even newbies can earn more than old timers.