How to Use Site Comments 2 Earn Money for Comments
On the previous page I explained what you gain with each comment you provide for other WA members. Becoming a Certified WA Commenter takes time and effort, even if you are good at commenting as I feel I am based on my high approval rating. Maintaining also takes effort.
WHY COMMENT TOTALS DECREASE
Becoming and staying certified depends on 4 things.
- Having no less than 50 posted comments
- Having no less than 80% Comment Approval
- Having no more than a 20% Skip Rate
- And all 3 above needs to be maintained within any 30 day period
Though it is easy to see where you are in regards to numbers 1, 2 and 3 above by just looking at your Site Comments user interface dashboard, keeping track of the decreasing comment total requires you to look elsewhere. Number 4 above is important to remember.
Even the amount of money you earn is separated into the total amount and the 30-Day amount, as seen in the above image. In order for you to know when and how many comments will be subtracted from your 30-Day total of comments, you need to count 30-Days backwards.
Not to worry, this isn’t hard to do. All you need to do is scroll the Site Comments user interface dashboard screen down to where you see the three tabs that say “Comments Pending Approval,” “My Comment Requests” and “Comments Offered” as seen in the below image.
You want to click on the last tab, the one that says “Comments Offered” and that will display all of the comments you have offered to date. Those that have yet to be approved will appear at the top as seen above, and those already approved will be listed below, as seen in the image below.
Notice that each comment has the website name and date posted along the left and the status on the right. EXAMPLE: If your current total of comments is at 59 like mine is now, you would scroll down that list to the 59th comment and take note of the date it was posted.
If that date is 30-Days prior to the current date and you see you posted a comment then, look to see how many you posted on that date. Let us say that you posted 3 comments. When the next day comes about you will lose those 3 comments off of your total of 59, bringing it down to 56.
Depending on when your next posted comment date is and how many for that upcoming date, you may want to increase the amount of comments offered by the amount that will soon be subtracted. This will help you to maintain that above 50 threshold.
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