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February 13, 2016, 02:40:15 PM
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I was wondering is the anything out there that says whats a poor- excellent post.

Such as over 100 characters for excellent  under 10 for poor etc.
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February 13, 2016, 02:43:33 PM
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long posts is not always good quality posts. as long as your post is useful and/or constructive it's good enough.

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IF you're talking about sig campaign managers view on posts quality, ask them.

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February 13, 2016, 02:44:28 PM
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I was wondering is the anything out there that says whats a poor- excellent post.

Such as over 100 characters for excellent  under 10 for poor etc.

100 characters post doesn't always mean 'excellent / acceptable' post for a signature campaign manager (this is what you wanted to know, exactly?). You should post as you don't have a signature, means : post to contribute not to get paid by a signature campaign.




 
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February 13, 2016, 03:18:37 PM
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I mean when you use the account value calculators how does that make a quality from your posts.
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February 13, 2016, 03:29:39 PM
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I mean when you use the account value calculators how does that make a quality from your posts.

it does not, that is an estimator, it is based on your lengh i think, but is not a good indicator over all

some times good post are very short, and long post, hides no-sense
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February 13, 2016, 03:31:46 PM
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I mean when you use the account value calculators how does that make a quality from your posts.

in case of http://www.bctalkaccountpricer.info/ it's

-snip- Post quality is determined by the ratio of the number posts with more than 75 characters in non-quoted text and the number of posts with less than 75 characters in non-quoted text. You can read the whole algorithm which explains things pretty clearly in the OP.
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the whole algorithm is posted here.

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February 13, 2016, 03:43:17 PM
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75 character posts are still very small though.

A post quality indicator can not be automated and should be evaluated manually. What matters is not directly the length of a post, but how it is related to the topic or previous comments made.

If it adds something to the discussion, even short comments can be good quality posts. If it is long and doesn't add anything to the topic, it can still be a bad quality post.
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February 13, 2016, 03:51:17 PM
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Quality post means good informative information, not being dependent on number of words.
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February 13, 2016, 05:08:42 PM
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I was wondering is the anything out there that says whats a poor- excellent post.

Such as over 100 characters for excellent  under 10 for poor etc.

In short, quality post is a post that was made because the user want to add something different or atleast contribute to the conversation . Bad post is a post that was made for nothing but to gain btc from sig campaign without ever considering wether if there are someone who answered the same regarding the topic or not

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February 13, 2016, 05:57:51 PM
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Whether posts are long or short, the posts should add value to a thread and should not be merely because you are getting paid. People usually view threads that cross 10 pages as spam threads but all many not be just spam threads. There are also many users who keep posting the same questions "How to earn BTC" "How to gamble" and so on which makes users answer the same questions over and over again. In my knowledge, the following posts fall in the respective categories:

1. Very poor: "Thanks" "NP" "+1"

2. Poor: Less than 5 words, Posts without any meaning like "I like your idea and feel everyone should like it", "Posts containing too many emoticons" "Repeating the above posts" etc.

3. Average: Posts that are grammatically poor but the content is helpful to the users, engaging in a conversation without going off topic, giving references, posting meaningful content.

4. Good: Posts that are really helpful and have useful information (may it be technical responses regarding bitcoins, mining, wallet recovery and so on).

5. Excellent: Posts that are made by extremely knowledgeable people who give examples, tips, tricks, tutorials and explain their answers with examples. Their responses may be extremely long but the content is useful to one and all.



Obvious trolls and spammers do not fall in any category.

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February 13, 2016, 06:08:28 PM
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Trick to quality is trying to not say the same thing as the last two pages in a thread. Being on topic helps as well, its amazing how people fail to read past the last two comments.
An example would be the yobit signature thread currently.

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February 13, 2016, 07:43:15 PM
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You need to post constructive posts if you want a high quality posts.
You can post long or short posts but contructive.
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February 14, 2016, 05:13:16 AM
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Well OP means those bots that calculate 'quality' for websites and sig campaign managers to come up with a rating.  Obviously bots can't judge whether something is constructive.  At least not yet. 

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February 14, 2016, 05:14:42 AM
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It has never been about the characters or size of the post, everyone here just needs to post on-topic and that's it...
Also, you should know that what you are saying has not been said already, else that counts as spam in most cases...

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February 14, 2016, 06:18:12 AM
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i just want to add that a good quality post needs to be written in a decent English so that anybody can easily understand them. sometimes some of the replies are so weird that i think they might use google translate to post a reply!

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February 14, 2016, 06:24:31 AM
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It has never been about the characters or size of the post, everyone here just needs to post on-topic and that's it...
Also, you should know that what you are saying has not been said already, else that counts as spam in most cases...

The length for sure comes into play, skim through yobit signature and read mod posts about which accounts get booted. Should be a list and 9/10 times its because they left one line responses.

Speaking of bitcoin mods and not the peole running yobit.

If you carry a signature you get a little more scrutiny. This is fair when you see 3 pages of people saying the exact same thing. Or starting  another topic that is still on the front page.
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February 14, 2016, 09:07:32 AM
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It has never been about the characters or size of the post, everyone here just needs to post on-topic and that's it...
Also, you should know that what you are saying has not been said already, else that counts as spam in most cases...

The length for sure comes into play, skim through yobit signature and read mod posts about which accounts get booted. Should be a list and 9/10 times its because they left one line responses.

Speaking of bitcoin mods and not the peole running yobit.

If you carry a signature you get a little more scrutiny. This is fair when you see 3 pages of people saying the exact same thing. Or starting  another topic that is still on the front page.
Gambling issues are very popular at the moment.


Sorry about typos, cellphone.

No typos according to me, you have written well... Smiley
Also, length does come into play but only when users talk bullshit...
There are users who explain most things in few words, but those words sound "heavy" than others who post the same thing in detail...

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February 14, 2016, 09:41:50 AM
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I was wondering is the anything out there that says whats a poor- excellent post.

Such as over 100 characters for excellent  under 10 for poor etc.

Quantity does not ensure quality.

Anything that bot estimator gives you is nothing other than educated guess based on how it's coded to judge quality posts.
It means nothing really, because when you are joining any campaign, their manager will most probably take a look into your post history personally.
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February 14, 2016, 10:31:50 AM
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I mean when you use the account value calculators how does that make a quality from your posts.
account valua calculators is unnecesary i do say
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February 14, 2016, 10:36:44 AM
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It has never been about the characters or size of the post, everyone here just needs to post on-topic and that's it...
Also, you should know that what you are saying has not been said already, else that counts as spam in most cases...

The length for sure comes into play, skim through yobit signature and read mod posts about which accounts get booted. Should be a list and 9/10 times its because they left one line responses.

Speaking of bitcoin mods and not the peole running yobit.

If you carry a signature you get a little more scrutiny. This is fair when you see 3 pages of people saying the exact same thing. Or starting  another topic that is still on the front page.
Gambling issues are very popular at the moment.


Sorry about typos, cellphone.


Exactly, those people are posting the same thing but said it in a different way, so technically those posts are to be considered "poor posts"  IMHO.
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