That is very true. It’s really all about the effort and quantity/quality of responses.
To put it into perspective, spending a couple of minutes a day might get you a top 50%
Spending 10 - 15 minutes a day might get you a top 25%
Spending 30 - 45 minutes a day might get you a top 10%
Spending 45 - 60 minutes a day might get you a top 5%
And if you really have a lot of time to spare, spend hours every day, and you might get to the top 1%.
It’s been said around here that you’re way better off collecting bottles by the roadside for a refund.
other than the one point you get, the badge itself means nothing.
Badges are a little symbols public mobile gives its customers [mostly new] to make them feel like they’re contributing and to encourage them to keep doing so.
The whole idea is to keep members active in the community to help other members so that public mobile doesn’t have to hire more staff to do the work themselves.
That’s a reward public mobile offers for community support. It’s earned by asking questions, receiving bravos, and getting solutions to other customer problems.
Adding: here’s a summary of all the ways you can earn points with public mobile: