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Good Citizen / Bon Citoyen

Re: Top Contributors –September 2019

thank you for the precise answer about the oracles

 

But I tokk the top one as an example

 

But if you are gaining a number of badges like 20 has an example or any numbers how much a person can make in $$$$$ per month?

 

If I recommend one friend I am SURE to gain 1$ credit monthe

If I use the auto paiement I am SURE to gain a 2$ a month

If I help people and gain badge I am not sure IF I will gain anything at any level

 

Mayor / Maire

Re: Top Contributors –September 2019

@luc1955Oracles are not selected based on just their monthly stats. They have been around this forum for a long time, their status are reviewed by Public Mobile every 6 months.

 

I think the 1% ie $15 credit is the one you are looking for. I would say 200+ responses / month?

Oracle

Re: Top Contributors –September 2019


@luc1955 wrote:

thank you for the precise answer about the oracles

 

But I tokk the top one as an example

 

But if you are gaining a number of badges like 20 has an example or any numbers how much a person can make in $$$$$ per month?

 

If I recommend one friend I am SURE to gain 1$ credit monthe

If I use the auto paiement I am SURE to gain a 2$ a month

If I help people and gain badge I am not sure IF I will gain anything at any level

 


With community rewards, there is no fixed level of posts, bravos, or solutions that will guarantee a specific badge or reward level, because your contribution is compared with the level of activity by the rest of the community in any given month. What gets you a top 50% badge in one month may not be sufficient to get top 50% next month, as it depends on how busy the month was.  PM has never revealed the formula by which they calculate members' monthly contributions based on bravos, posts, solutions, etc. 

Good Citizen / Bon Citoyen

Re: Top Contributors –September 2019

So if I take your number of around 200+ response a month to gain a possible 15$ credit it mean that in Quebec with a minimum salary of 12.50$ per hour that same person need to give those 200+ response whithin 1.2 hour to be at the same 12,50$ level

If we put the number together to gain a a minimum salary for 40 hours at 12.50$ per hour a member will need to give bethwen 6000 and 8000 answer a week

 

Is it making any sense????

 

Personally I cannot see a member answering 200+ question in 1 hour.  maybe 2 or 4 days if so ....it is a lots of work if a member give quality and accurate answer taht is a must with PM.

 

Unless i misunderstood why a member will do so much work for not even 25$ of the minimum salary if he does 3000 to 4000 answer a week

 

 

Mayor / Maire

Re: Top Contributors –September 2019

@luc1955 

It is easier to earn the lower amounts per month.  It takes a lot of time to earn the higher levels.  As we joke on the community forum, you can likely earn more money collecting bottles and cans on the street then spending time here.  $15/month likely need to spend at least 1-2 hours most days.  Less than minimum wage if you average it out.  

 

Bravoes are not the only factor involved in obtaining rewards, but it is a good barometer.  The last several months, the 1% award receiptients (only 3 members) averaged minimum 600-800 bravoes per month, which averages 20-25 bravoes per day.  

 

So, it is not worth your time to participate just for the money.  Probably earning about 50 cents per hour if you average out the time spent.  It is more a hobby and the enjoyment in helping others out.  The monthly reward is just a small bonus.  

 

Oracle

Re: Top Contributors –September 2019


@luc1955 wrote:

So if I take your number of around 200+ response a month to gain a possible 15$ credit it mean that in Quebec with a minimum salary of 12.50$ per hour that same person need to give those 200+ response whithin 1.2 hour to be at the same 12,50$ level

If we put the number together to gain a a minimum salary for 40 hours at 12.50$ per hour a member will need to give bethwen 6000 and 8000 answer a week

 

Is it making any sense????

 

Personally I cannot see a member answering 200+ question in 1 hour.  maybe 2 or 4 days if so ....it is a lots of work if a member give quality and accurate answer taht is a must with PM.

 

Unless i misunderstood why a member will do so much work for not even 25$ of the minimum salary if he does 3000 to 4000 answer a week


Yes, if your only goal here is to earn rewards, frankly, the reward vs. effort is not worth it. The common refrain here is that a member can make more cash by collecting beer cans or returning shopping carts. The return on effort generally gets worse the higher you go on the reward scale.

 

My advice is to just help out or offer your opinion in discussions if you can spare the time, but don't spend time here that you could be using more usefully/enjoyably somewhere else.

Mayor / Maire

Re: Top Contributors –September 2019

Not sure of anyones calculations but @darlicious has it figured out to approx $0.04.
Someone else figures he could make more money collecting pop cans.

Only you can figure if striving for Oracle status and the accompanying big bucks is worth the effort.

Until then, stick around and contribute to any discusiion you can.

Model Citizen / Citoyen Modèle

Re: Top Contributors –September 2019


@luc1955 wrote:

So if I take your number of around 200+ response a month to gain a possible 15$ credit it mean that in Quebec with a minimum salary of 12.50$ per hour that same person need to give those 200+ response whithin 1.2 hour to be at the same 12,50$ level

If we put the number together to gain a a minimum salary for 40 hours at 12.50$ per hour a member will need to give bethwen 6000 and 8000 answer a week

 

Is it making any sense????

 

Personally I cannot see a member answering 200+ question in 1 hour.  maybe 2 or 4 days if so ....it is a lots of work if a member give quality and accurate answer taht is a must with PM.

 

Unless i misunderstood why a member will do so much work for not even 25$ of the minimum salary if he does 3000 to 4000 answer a week

 

 



Well my incentive was really to learn about problems I may be facing and discussing it, so I'm not forced to drop this awesome deal cause it's not working for me.

I stop by when I'm not busy or when I'm on a bus and don't want to chat with people around me. Sometimes when I can't sleep too I just pop by to see if anybody is asking something I may have ideas to deal with or opinions about.

It's not work for me so the 2 bucks that I got several of times are just great bonus. Also I can stop here to help somebody  and help costs down a bit for pm instead getting my pressure up by watching/reading news, knowing that feels good too. 

Good Citizen / Bon Citoyen

Re: Top Contributors –September 2019

@darlicious  wrote this below and it is very clear to me about the work that need to be done to gain $$$$$$

 

 

Maybe I can help you out from a new user/ contributer to the community. I switched to Public Mobile on August 8th of this year. Happy to have any kind of service without roaming I still barely used my phone because I was happily camping, swimming and having campfires to my hearts content. Once returning to the city and work and switching my boyfriend over to pm I decided to join the community to learn how to manage our accounts as if anything screwed up I wouldn't hear the end of it. I registered for the community on August 21st. I made my first post that day and also received my first bravo over the next 10 days I received a total of 17 Bravos , posted 57 times, authored 14 different subjects, marked 8 of those subjects as solved, gave out 10 Bravos once I figured out (by posting) how and when to give them and recieved my first solution on sept 1st ( but that wouldnt count towards august community rewards.) If  i remember correctly I may have spent upwards of 3000 minutes online on the community in that 10 day period...reading, posting and generally figuring stuff out. That of course would be accounted as my entire month of contribution even though it was done in a ten day period. For that i was honoured to be in the top 25% and recieved a $2 community reward or about $0.04 per hour so I'm sure you can imagine what it took for me to be in the top 5% for September and receive a $10 reward keeping my "pay" consistent at $0.04p/h. Hopefully that will give you a good idea of what kind of participation level you feel comfortable at and is realistic to achieve a community reward. Welcome to public mobile. We are always happy to help.

Hopefully that gives you a statistical breakdown of what kind of participation is needed to earn the different levels of community reward

Good Citizen / Bon Citoyen

Re: Top Contributors –September 2019

this is the best answer helping other because you want it and not for the mony back