I am a published author several times over so I write a great deal. However, sometime when I respond to post comments I get a little lazy or there isn't enough content to respond to. What I mean is the article post comments have to few words. In conversation we need information to feed off from the other person, so that we can engage in productive discourse. When someone enters a post comment that is less than 10 words it's difficult to engage in meaningful conversation.
Making comments that are one or two words actually shows a disinterest in the posted content. Let's show the article content creators that we are interested in what they are contributing to Read.cash. This doesn't only help the content creator it also helps you as the commenter. It is more likely that someone will visit your content if you are posting relevant comments. In my experience people are more interesting when they engage in conversations. And people who don't engage in meaningful discourse are less interesting.
Now I am not absolutely sure about my next statement, but from my experience on Read.cash it could be true. It seems, from my experience that whenever I post substantive comments to an article my points increase. I seem to get a greater amount of points when I make comments over one to two sentences. I cannot yet substantiate this claim. I am still testing the theory. I will update you with my findings soon.
Maybe everyone can test this idea with me by leaving longer comments on this posted article. Let everyone know if by leaving longer comments here if your points are increase as a result. One post comment may not be enough to fully test my theory. Try posting on some of my other content and then look at your numbers to see if your points and pay increases. To measure this theory be sure to leave an article post that is at least two full sentences relevant to the article post. I am fairly sure that making comments such as; "nice, nice post, nice article, thanks, sub me, etc. etc. etc. will not count.
If my theory is correct your Read.cash returns both financially and socially will increase. People will become more interested in you because of your engaging article comments. You should gain subscribers, increase popularity, boost points, and therefore, grow your revenue. Make It Happen!
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It is unfortunate that users of this platformer see all this as a way to make money. I wrote one Post bass about points on R.C. And about longer comments. I was amazed when I saw that there were comments below it "good post" "good job" "sub me please ..." it Just shows how many spammers are actually here who comment nonsense, and don't even bother to read Article. Since I learned a lot of new things on this platform, people write about everything and everything, I click and read what interests me, and I don't run through someone's effort to finally write a two-word comment. It's great that you wrote this, maybe something changes in some people and you realize that it's useless what they do. Greeting.