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Re: Rolling Over Forum Posts!
« Reply #15 on: July 31, 2017, 12:13:29 pm »
I suggest getting rid of the 9 post CAP in a 24 hour period for new members! It's not my fault that I joined on the 21st of the month, didn't realize the PTP incentive until my like 5th day, didn't realize there was a 9 post cap until yesterday and i MAY barely make it to 30 in time... who knows!? There is a lot of info on FC and it takes time to sort and read through it all.
I just don't think the cap is a good way to keep newbies encouraged to stay on if they're being denied being active.... just my 2 cents...

The 9 post limit gives new members time to figure out the site without flooding the forum. You shouldn't be trying to rush to get 30 posts in a week.Just start off in August.

Just because I'm new doesn't mean what I have to say is worth any less than anyone else who has been here for years. I'll make the 30 post minimum this month, I've got the posts, thanks. :-X

I didn't say anything about newer members posts being worth less. No one, regardless of their time on the site, should be trying to rush to get all their posts in a short time because chances are they aren't going to be contributory.

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Re: Rolling Over Forum Posts!
« Reply #16 on: July 31, 2017, 10:35:19 pm »
No 30 post a month is actually not hard to do. you have an entire month to do it in no need to roll over the posts its free 3 dollars just for talking on a boards for 30 posts is quite a deal. Simple easy and not an issue

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Re: Rolling Over Forum Posts!
« Reply #17 on: August 01, 2017, 12:22:20 am »
I suggest getting rid of the 9 post CAP in a 24 hour period for new members! It's not my fault that I joined on the 21st of the month, didn't realize the PTP incentive until my like 5th day, didn't realize there was a 9 post cap until yesterday and i MAY barely make it to 30 in time... who knows!? There is a lot of info on FC and it takes time to sort and read through it all.
I just don't think the cap is a good way to keep newbies encouraged to stay on if they're being denied being active.... just my 2 cents...

The 9 post limit gives new members time to figure out the site without flooding the forum. You shouldn't be trying to rush to get 30 posts in a week.Just start off in August.

Just because I'm new doesn't mean what I have to say is worth any less than anyone else who has been here for years. I'll make the 30 post minimum this month, I've got the posts, thanks. :-X

I didn't say anything about newer members posts being worth less. No one, regardless of their time on the site, should be trying to rush to get all their posts in a short time because chances are they aren't going to be contributory.

I don't see the issue with me trying to get 30 posts in a week... that's actually, on average, just 4-5 posts a day, far from "newbie flooding."
I'm just going to be honest and say that I greatly disagree with you, because I've actually contributed to the posts that I have replied to.
Plus, it seemed like you were shutting down me wanting to put the hard(er) work in. I figured, if anything people would be like "heck ya! Good luck and go get that bonus!" At least, that's what I've experienced elsewhere in the forum.
Regardless though, I made 35 posts for July and was able to put in the request sooo... it was worth it.
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Re: Rolling Over Forum Posts!
« Reply #18 on: August 01, 2017, 09:48:52 am »
I suggest getting rid of the 9 post CAP in a 24 hour period for new members! It's not my fault that I joined on the 21st of the month, didn't realize the PTP incentive until my like 5th day, didn't realize there was a 9 post cap until yesterday and i MAY barely make it to 30 in time... who knows!? There is a lot of info on FC and it takes time to sort and read through it all.
I just don't think the cap is a good way to keep newbies encouraged to stay on if they're being denied being active.... just my 2 cents...

The 9 post limit gives new members time to figure out the site without flooding the forum. You shouldn't be trying to rush to get 30 posts in a week.Just start off in August.

Just because I'm new doesn't mean what I have to say is worth any less than anyone else who has been here for years. I'll make the 30 post minimum this month, I've got the posts, thanks. :-X

I didn't say anything about newer members posts being worth less. No one, regardless of their time on the site, should be trying to rush to get all their posts in a short time because chances are they aren't going to be contributory.

I don't see the issue with me trying to get 30 posts in a week... that's actually, on average, just 4-5 posts a day, far from "newbie flooding."
I'm just going to be honest and say that I greatly disagree with you, because I've actually contributed to the posts that I have replied to.
Plus, it seemed like you were shutting down me wanting to put the hard(er) work in. I figured, if anything people would be like "heck ya! Good luck and go get that bonus!" At least, that's what I've experienced elsewhere in the forum.
Regardless though, I made 35 posts for July and was able to put in the request sooo... it was worth it.

You can disagree with me and do what you want. I was offering advice from my experience of seeing people denied and restricted  for posting all their posts in a short time and nothing the rest of the month. Your two weeks of experience must outweigh my years. It's good that you want to earn so I won't say anything else to you.

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Re: Rolling Over Forum Posts!
« Reply #19 on: August 01, 2017, 06:15:00 pm »
I suggest getting rid of the 9 post CAP in a 24 hour period for new members! It's not my fault that I joined on the 21st of the month, didn't realize the PTP incentive until my like 5th day, didn't realize there was a 9 post cap until yesterday and i MAY barely make it to 30 in time... who knows!? There is a lot of info on FC and it takes time to sort and read through it all.
I just don't think the cap is a good way to keep newbies encouraged to stay on if they're being denied being active.... just my 2 cents...

The 9 post limit gives new members time to figure out the site without flooding the forum. You shouldn't be trying to rush to get 30 posts in a week.Just start off in August.

Just because I'm new doesn't mean what I have to say is worth any less than anyone else who has been here for years. I'll make the 30 post minimum this month, I've got the posts, thanks. :-X

I didn't say anything about newer members posts being worth less. No one, regardless of their time on the site, should be trying to rush to get all their posts in a short time because chances are they aren't going to be contributory.

I don't see the issue with me trying to get 30 posts in a week... that's actually, on average, just 4-5 posts a day, far from "newbie flooding."
I'm just going to be honest and say that I greatly disagree with you, because I've actually contributed to the posts that I have replied to.
Plus, it seemed like you were shutting down me wanting to put the hard(er) work in. I figured, if anything people would be like "heck ya! Good luck and go get that bonus!" At least, that's what I've experienced elsewhere in the forum.
Regardless though, I made 35 posts for July and was able to put in the request sooo... it was worth it.

You can disagree with me and do what you want. I was offering advice from my experience of seeing people denied and restricted  for posting all their posts in a short time and nothing the rest of the month. Your two weeks of experience must outweigh my years. It's good that you want to earn so I won't say anything else to you.

And I'd rather try and get denied than just throw in the towel because of the fear that I MIGHT not receive the bonus.
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Re: Rolling Over Forum Posts!
« Reply #20 on: August 02, 2017, 05:36:10 am »
Well that thought wouldn't work, its not like roll over minuets on a phone, you just try and do as much of the Post that you can in those 30 days, I personally will do at least 7 post a day in one sitting for a full week, so that way I know I have more than enough.

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« Reply #21 on: September 10, 2017, 05:51:25 pm »
Personally, I've always thought our earnings post reaching the $25 threshold should be allowed to rollover. For example, if I make $25.50, I should be allowed to holdover the 50 cents for my next check, so I don't have to start out with triple zeros the next month.

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« Reply #22 on: September 10, 2017, 07:47:05 pm »
Personally, I've always thought our earnings post reaching the $25 threshold should be allowed to rollover. For example, if I make $25.50, I should be allowed to holdover the 50 cents for my next check, so I don't have to start out with triple zeros the next month.
Couldn't you just click on Cashout at $25.00 instead of letting it get to that point....?
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« Reply #23 on: September 10, 2017, 10:28:37 pm »
Personally, I've always thought our earnings post reaching the $25 threshold should be allowed to rollover. For example, if I make $25.50, I should be allowed to holdover the 50 cents for my next check, so I don't have to start out with triple zeros the next month.
Couldn't you just click on Cashout at $25.00 instead of letting it get to that point....?
Well, it's usually admittedly a small amount, but say for instance I need 50 cents to reach $25 and I do a survey for 75 cents. I have no control of the extra 25 cents getting added to my cash out. I know they tell you to earn more than the $25 before cashing out, but I prefer to get the cashout ASAP. And instead of getting a few extra cents with my cash out, I'd rather roll it over to my income towards my next cashout. It also beats staring at three zeros once I have to start building toward my next cash out.

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Re: Rolling Over Forum Posts!
« Reply #24 on: September 11, 2017, 03:49:07 pm »
Personally, I've always thought our earnings post reaching the $25 threshold should be allowed to rollover. For example, if I make $25.50, I should be allowed to holdover the 50 cents for my next check, so I don't have to start out with triple zeros the next month.
Couldn't you just click on Cashout at $25.00 instead of letting it get to that point....?
Well, it's usually admittedly a small amount, but say for instance I need 50 cents to reach $25 and I do a survey for 75 cents. I have no control of the extra 25 cents getting added to my cash out. I know they tell you to earn more than the $25 before cashing out, but I prefer to get the cashout ASAP. And instead of getting a few extra cents with my cash out, I'd rather roll it over to my income towards my next cashout. It also beats staring at three zeros once I have to start building toward my next cash out.
Then choose a $0.50 survey...? Or make time for one more survey the next month. I mean, I don't necessarily understand, there are ways to make it work in many different scenarios...
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« Reply #25 on: September 12, 2017, 11:08:40 pm »
You can't always qualify for a survey the price you want, nor are they always available. I just prefer the excess money to rollover. Don't know what else to tell you.

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« Reply #26 on: September 17, 2017, 07:02:41 pm »
This is only the third month that I have posted on this forum. I thought it was really easy and I got my $3 quickly at the beginning of the next month. Try to make it a priority. It is really worth it.

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