Where do you earn more???

@Bev1986 (1425)
United States
January 26, 2007 9:18am CST
I'm sorry to ask this question, cause I see other people asking it, but can't find the answer right now... can someone give me the break down of how much we earn per post? Do we earn more if we start a discussion? Or does it depend on how many people respond? I've noticed that I'm earning .01 for each picture I add to my discussion. Do I still earn .02 for each response I give on someone else's discussion? How much do I earn when I post a question? Can anyone help me?
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@KrisNY (7591)
• United States
26 Jan 07
I'm also not sure how the points thing works-- On my best days where I earn over $1.. I usually post to 20 discussions and start 1.. I think responding to other peoples gets you more money.. or at least that what it seems. I have never uploaded a picture-- I don't know how to-- Want to tell me how?
@rlshaw (872)
• United States
26 Jan 07
Great question I hope someone knows the answer. I will try anything :)
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@TerryZ (22082)
• United States
26 Jan 07
Ive been just starting maybe one discussion and doing all responses. And my earnings have gone up. So Im sticking with something that works.
@Bytemi (1553)
• United States
26 Jan 07
I can tell you that I see a huge difference in my earning if I receive a lot of replies of to my discussions. I also think it depends on how your discussion is rated, +,-,! I don't know the specifics but I look forward to reading other responses so I can learn the answer myself.
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@XxAngelxX (2830)
• Canada
26 Jan 07
I'm not sure how the payment works and no one really seems to know. It apparently depends on the quality of your response, however I came to the conclusion that it doesn't really matter what you say or how you word it, it is how many words you use in your answer. I can't really see anyone at mylot sitting down and reading all our discussions. I think it is a computer program which scans our discussions and replies and then spits out how much the answer is worth depending on how many words or lines of text we have. I don't know if this is actually the case, it's just my opinion.
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