My final article before I return to my normal playtime of random tips and tricks.
You want to make articles. But you have accustomed to copy-pasting things from the Internet.
And you complain about why you don't get points.
Look to your articles then, and see if it appears on the front page with the "Exclusive" box ticked on. If it's not there, it means you aren't getting any exposure to the users.
Look at your articles itself and try to find the blue check with EXC next to it. If it isn't there, then it means that @Read.Cash's bots have decided you're copypasting it from the Internet and has denied you access to exposure and points.
You can try to change up a few words, but the site will still tell you that a lot of your text is plagiarized.
Do you want to get points? Be nice and write unique special articles that will help the community. This isn't a faucet. This isn't a Get-Rick-Quick site. There are no stats for your growing community of subscribers. The points system is random based on your actions.
I have written down a list of spams usually seen on this site here.
But for real though, it's not wise to copy-paste parts of articles from the internet. We'll know, and your article will never get that much attention unless you really are its owner. By then, you should go email @Read.Cash via email@example.com.
Now, as a bonus, I am going to explain why I chose the compass rose for my "Anti-Spam" articles and the sentence "We will be watching (you)".
"We will be watching" is my own informal slogan about the Community Watch's goal against spam. Technically it is my own slogan against spam.
The compass rose is a simple stock photo I had used before, but here it explains that I will have ways to see if you spam, and once we find it, you will be in for a surprise.
Anyhow, good luck to you all, and...
We will be watching.