I am very glad that my community is now featured. The hard work paid well (not literally, or maybe yes). At first, I was the only participant. I posted articles into my community even though it wasn't on the featured list. I waited patiently for days for me to post enough articles for my community. And now it's featured.
I don't have any problems with how the percentage in a community can give me a chance to earn points. Being featured was enough for me. I just want to give a chance to other authors to share their story too, though there may be featured communities that have the same topic as my community (or kinda same), it still feels good to have my own. But I grew curious in percentage. About what the bases (basis) are of this percentage. Again, I am okay with whatever percentage I have in my community. I respect the rule on this website much as I respect the readcash team. But since I am the kind of person that asks so many questions and gets curious easily, I want to ask about the percentage. If this community always accept an article, would it lower the percentage? Is it based on the topic? Like how hard or easy it is to come up with an article based on the topic? Is it based on the quality of the articles submitted? I want to know.
Readcash, as I've always said, helped me in many ways. And I appreciate their patience with new writers like me. And the chance they give to us. As always, I am grateful to be here and more grateful now that my community is approved.
To old moderators (not by age haha), can you please share with me some methods so I can manage my community more effectively? And if you know something about the percentage, will you share the details with me too. All I know is that the higher the percentage, the higher the chance for authors to earn points. Which is fine with me. And I bet, it wouldn't change a thing even if it's not fine with me. So why not just make the best out of it, eh? I'm just curious. that's all.