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ladavia89

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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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Re: Rolling Over Forum Posts!
« 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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Re: Rolling Over Forum Posts!
« 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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Re: Rolling Over Forum Posts!
« Reply #27 on: October 04, 2017, 01:55:51 pm »
That isn't necessary.  Contributing to the discussion forum isn't difficult if you stay committed and disciplined.
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« Reply #28 on: October 04, 2017, 05:33:27 pm »
That isn't necessary.  Contributing to the discussion forum isn't difficult if you stay committed and disciplined.
I think the only "difficult" aspect of posting is finding an engaging post to comment on or create. Like, I don't want to be one of those people that says anything less than one short and basically unnecessary sentence. So, in that aspect, sure, I can see how it might be "difficult." However, its a whole month that we have to find SOMETHING to say 30 times which is child's play! It would be cool if they did every 30 posts gets $3.00 and they monitored to make sure they were real posts and not jibberish. Then again, posting isn't an offer they get paid for, they pay that to us out of THEIR own pocket.
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