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September 20, 2013, 01:39:45 PM
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You Might Ask: "Well How Does Making Shops Raise the Value of Devcoins?"

Well... When people write for Devtome, they earn Coins correct... As of now, the only well known use for Devcoins is to sell them for Bitcoins. Period. Sure, we can advertise the bounty bonds better... But that is not the only thing we need to do. We need shops, because when people earn Devcoins, there needs to be a place for them to go besides Vircurex/MCXNow or any other exchange. If no one is willing to buy cheap Devcoins, and writers (AND MINERS & ADMINS & CODERS) just keep putting up cheaper and cheaper Devcoins... Nothing is going to fix itself.

You have to make shops, so that people don't turn straight to the exchange with their coin.

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September 20, 2013, 01:40:21 PM
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Fin you're fighting an uphill battle.
Blame the dev for not closing down the devtome until the price stabilizes and not being more picky on who gets the shares.
Not the buyers.

That is not a solution AT ALL. Shutting down Devtome would be WORSE than doing nothing.

Coins would still be made infinitely. But no new people would come to it.

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September 20, 2013, 01:42:16 PM
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You Might Ask: "Well How Does Making Shops Raise the Value of Devcoins?"

Well... When people write for Devtome, they earn Coins correct... As of now, the only well known use for Devcoins is to sell them for Bitcoins. Period. Sure, we can advertise the bounty bonds better... But that is not the only thing we need to do. We need shops, because when people earn Devcoins, there needs to be a place for them to go besides Vircurex/MCXNow or any other exchange. If no one is willing to buy cheap Devcoins, and writers just keep putting up cheaper and cheaper Devcoins... Nothing is going to fix itself.

You have to make shops, so that people don't turn straight to the exchange with their coin.
Oh I know that.
But let's say you sold silver for devcoins.
What would you do with the devcoins?
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September 20, 2013, 01:45:12 PM
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You Might Ask: "Well How Does Making Shops Raise the Value of Devcoins?"

Well... When people write for Devtome, they earn Coins correct... As of now, the only well known use for Devcoins is to sell them for Bitcoins. Period. Sure, we can advertise the bounty bonds better... But that is not the only thing we need to do. We need shops, because when people earn Devcoins, there needs to be a place for them to go besides Vircurex/MCXNow or any other exchange. If no one is willing to buy cheap Devcoins, and writers just keep putting up cheaper and cheaper Devcoins... Nothing is going to fix itself.

You have to make shops, so that people don't turn straight to the exchange with their coin.
Oh I know that.
But let's say you sold silver for devcoins.
What would you do with the devcoins?

Use them at Smeagol's shop and get books for the books store, or if the union exists by then. Sell 20% for under a penny, then set about 50% at a penny or more. And use the funds to buy more silver.

Right now the only option (if we pretend Smeagol's shop isn't there yet, since not everyone knows about it) is to go sell Devcoins for .0000003... That is the ONLY option.

Everyone says "Don't dump coins" but where is the alternative?

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September 20, 2013, 01:49:52 PM
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Everyone says "Don't dump coins" but where is the alternative?
Well that's the point.
People hold on to their coins if they think they'll appreciate in value.
With devcoins you only lose value.
Still, their model of buying the coins back with their advertising revenue is clever.
Like I said they need to be more picky on who gets the shares.
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September 20, 2013, 01:50:56 PM
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Everyone says "Don't dump coins" but where is the alternative?
Well that's the point.
People hold on to their coins if they think they'll appreciate in value.
With devcoins you only lose value.
Still, their model of buying the coins back with their advertising revenue is clever.
Like I said they need to be more picky on who gets the shares.

They WON'T. You are holding it as if it is a collectors item, but it is a POKEMON CARD. It is only as valuable as you think it is OR as you work to make it.

This coin is not magic based, it is development based.

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September 20, 2013, 01:58:15 PM
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Everyone says "Don't dump coins" but where is the alternative?
Well that's the point.
People hold on to their coins if they think they'll appreciate in value.
With devcoins you only lose value.
Still, their model of buying the coins back with their advertising revenue is clever.
Like I said they need to be more picky on who gets the shares.

They WON'T. You are holding it as if it is a collectors item, but it is a POKEMON CARD. It is only as valuable as you think it is OR as you work to make it.
well if cryptocurrencies are pokemon, think of it this way.
Bitcoins is mew and devcoin is caterpie.
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September 20, 2013, 02:01:17 PM
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Everyone says "Don't dump coins" but where is the alternative?
Well that's the point.
People hold on to their coins if they think they'll appreciate in value.
With devcoins you only lose value.
Still, their model of buying the coins back with their advertising revenue is clever.
Like I said they need to be more picky on who gets the shares.

They WON'T. You are holding it as if it is a collectors item, but it is a POKEMON CARD. It is only as valuable as you think it is OR as you work to make it.
well if cryptocurrencies are pokemon, think of it this way.
Bitcoins is mew and devcoin is caterpie.

No. Bitcoin is not Pokemon cards. It has broken through to the major leagues, and is now a collectors item. Because of the number of stores, and even drugs that accept bitcoin, it has become something you can hold onto, and expect to go up in value.

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September 20, 2013, 02:05:30 PM
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Everyone says "Don't dump coins" but where is the alternative?
Well that's the point.
People hold on to their coins if they think they'll appreciate in value.
With devcoins you only lose value.
Still, their model of buying the coins back with their advertising revenue is clever.
Like I said they need to be more picky on who gets the shares.

They WON'T. You are holding it as if it is a collectors item, but it is a POKEMON CARD. It is only as valuable as you think it is OR as you work to make it.
well if cryptocurrencies are pokemon, think of it this way.
Bitcoins is mew and devcoin is caterpie.

No. Bitcoin is not Pokemon cards. It has broken through to the major leagues, and is now a collectors item. Because of the number of stores, and even drugs that accept bitcoin, it has become something you can hold onto, and expect to go up in value.
hey you were the one who said cryptocurrencies were like pokemon cards.
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September 20, 2013, 02:06:19 PM
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No I never said anything about crypto-currencies, or even alt-coins. This is a thread about Devcoin.

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September 20, 2013, 02:07:07 PM
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I'm just copying and pasting all this into a thread.

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September 20, 2013, 02:11:49 PM
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The only way to permanently raise the value of DVC is to improve Devtome.  I say we rank the articles each month by the number of unique page views.  The bottom 50% don't earn anything.  Simple.  

This rewards good content while discouraging the bad, as well as encouraging people to promote their work.  The good content will earn more than it used to, and less bad content will be produced, Devtome will be improved and the value of DVC will rise.

Actually, it rewards good marketing efforts, regardless of the quality of the content Smiley

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September 20, 2013, 02:14:23 PM
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The only way to permanently raise the value of DVC is to improve Devtome.  I say we rank the articles each month by the number of unique page views.  The bottom 50% don't earn anything.  Simple.  

This rewards good content while discouraging the bad, as well as encouraging people to promote their work.  The good content will earn more than it used to, and less bad content will be produced, Devtome will be improved and the value of DVC will rise.

Actually, it rewards good marketing efforts, regardless of the quality of the content Smiley

Yeah. And pictures over writing.

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September 20, 2013, 02:58:15 PM
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The only way to permanently raise the value of DVC is to improve Devtome.  I say we rank the articles each month by the number of unique page views.  The bottom 50% don't earn anything.  Simple.  

This rewards good content while discouraging the bad, as well as encouraging people to promote their work.  The good content will earn more than it used to, and less bad content will be produced, Devtome will be improved and the value of DVC will rise.

Actually, it rewards good marketing efforts, regardless of the quality of the content Smiley

Yeah. And pictures over writing.

True, but the better the content is the easier it is to drive traffic.  But we don't just want any old traffic, we want quality, consistent traffic.  Consistent traffic over a period of months is much harder to fake than an single burst (anyone with a VPN can probably do that), so if we measure the traffic over a longer period it rewards 'real' marketing efforts. This can be measured by Google analytics.  How about we modify my original proposal to this:

Round 1:

1.  We rank the articles published in the first round by the number of unique page views.  The bottom 50% don't earn anything.  The top 50% earn at the usual rate.

2.  50% of the DVC (which used to go to the bottom 50%) are now available to reward marketing efforts for the better articles published in round 1.  I propose we do this over a 6 round period.  This 50% can be divided up into 5 batches of 10%.  The first round has already been paid for.  So at the end of round 2, 10% of the DVC from round 1 are sent to the top 25% most popular articles written in round 1 measured by the traffic they recieved in round 2.  The top 50% most popular articles written in round 2 receive their 50%.

3.  End of round 3 - The top 50% most popular articles written in round 3 receive their 50%.  The top 25% of articles written in round 1 according to their traffic in round 3 receive their 10%.  The top 25% of articles written in round 2 according to their traffic in round 3 receive their 10%.  

4.  Repeat

Edit:  This doesn't mean we have to keep promoting our articles for 6 months, as that would be really tedious, but if they are promoted well with good SEO work they'll get rankings in Google, which will send fairly consistent quality traffic.


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September 20, 2013, 03:05:01 PM
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When you said it rewards marketing over writing I thought you were saying it was an issue, and I think it is.

If someone spends all month writing, and you spend all month on SEO work, then you are probably going to get paid, while the guy that writes all month doesn't.

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September 20, 2013, 03:28:50 PM
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If we are going to do SEO work, then just the privilege of having their articles published on our site would be an incentive for people to provide content, because as it is they already buy huge batches of "private label content" if they can afford it, or write articles like crazy themselves, just to try to create content in which they can somewhere place a link to whatever their actual cash-cow is. If we have a high page rank site, and SEO people who work on attracting hits to its pages, being permitted to have one of their articles, with a link to their site, on our site would be worth money to people as it would increase the page rank of their own site and drive traffic to it.

There are lots of sites that exist purely for the purpose of accepting, for free, quality articles, permitting the authors a tiny "about the author" box at the bottom of the page that includes a link to the author's site. People submit massive numbers of articles, sometimes even by means of mass submitters that submit to hundreds of such sites making synonym substitutions and simple grammar re-arrangements and such to ensure each article is "unique", just to get links to their sites.

The article sites get so many submissions that just vetting them all to pick out ones worth accepting probably would take quite a bit of work, but they don't have to pay the authors, in fact some of them probably get paid by the authors by means of things like selling them submission programs that will modify-and-submit articles to the article-site owner's hundreds or thousands of such article-sites.

Once they get nice page rank they then also go on to make link clubs where people pay by the month to have links on such sites so as to boost their own pageranks.

So if we get into marketing / SEO, paying authors could easily become un-necessary, instead we could have authors flocking to us hoping we will deign to accept their articles.

Some article-sites even let authors include three links directly into the text of the article, so as to have maximum-relevance links. There are clubs you can join where for $29.95 or $39.95 or $49.95 or whatever per month you can get to submit X number of articles per month to the Y number of such article-sites that get articles from the club. So again, the model is that authors pay to get their content onto those sites.

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If we are going to do SEO work, then just the privilege of having their articles published on our site would be an incentive for people to provide content, because as it is they already buy huge batches of "private label content" if they can afford it, or write articles like crazy themselves, just to try to create content in which they can somewhere place a link to whatever their actual cash-cow is. If we have a high page rank site, and SEO people who work on attracting hits to its pages, being permitted to have one of their articles, with a link to their site, on our site would be worth money to people as it would increase the page rank of their own site and drive traffic to it.

There are lots of sites that exist purely for the purpose of accepting, for free, quality articles, permitting the authors a tiny "about the author" box at the bottom of the page that includes a link to the author's site. People submit massive numbers of articles, sometimes even by means of mass submitters that submit to hundreds of such sites making synonym substitutions and simple grammar re-arrangements and such to ensure each article is "unique", just to get links to their sites.

The article sites get so many submissions that just vetting them all to pick out ones worth accepting probably would take quite a bit of work, but they don't have to pay the authors, in factsome of them probably get paid by the authors by means of things like selling them submission programs that will modify-and-submit articles to the article-site owner's hundreds or thousands of such article-sites.

Once they get nice page rank they then also go on to make link clubs where people pay by the month to have links on such sites so as to boost their own pageranks.

So if we get into marketing / SEO, paying authors could easily become un-necessary, instead we could have authors flocking to us hoping we will deign to accept their articles.

Some article-sites even let authors include three links directly into the text of the article, so as to have maximum-relevance links. There are clubs you can join where for $29.95 or $39.95 or $49.95 or whatever per month you can get to submit X number of articles per month to the Y number of such article-sites that get articles from the club. So again, the model is that authors pay to get their content onto those sites.

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There are also private label content clubs you can join, I joined some of the free ones years ago when I was researching web-marketing, that provide you regularly with niche moneymaking websites selling things plus a whack of articles relevant to that niche for you to modify to make unique and place on the site. Some such clubs even have pull scripts in the sites that will regularly pull new articles, so that the club can use the niche site they gave you to publish more articles regularly, so that your niche sites become in effect satellite sites of theirs, with of course most likely theirs appearing higher in search results than theirs and the copies that members didn't customise usually probably being at the bottom, relatively, of the results due to modern smart search engines realising they are duplicated-content sites and trying to figure out who has the original of that content or which is the highest pagerank site with the most-active social networking likes community that has that content.

My spam/marketing email account I used to sign up for all that kind of stuff might have years worth of such niche site of the day content in its inbox by now, unless the email provider stopped accepting email once I'd not signed on for a year or few. Even if they did that there must have been a year or few already saved before I stopped logging on to that email account / stopped researching web-marketing.

We could dig up all that stuff, "collate" it, and pour it onto Devtome. Heck maybe I could pour 80k per month of it onto Devtome come to think of it... Oh sorry I mean 240k, since collated only pays 1/3 as many shares so would take 240k to get 80 shares...

Heck I threw out gigabytes of articles back when I quit autogenerating "content sites" to attract search engine spiders. Or maybe not even threw out... maybe it is on some of the ancient hard-disks I have laying around here somewhere. Maybe complete with all the scripts I wrote for auto-generating interlinked networks of sites out of the stuff.

I got to number one spot on the major engines other than Google (which was way too smart to fall for such crap) for major keywords like "Religion" way back when.

Of course back then MSN and Yahoo were so stupid that the most relevant site you could possibly make, in their eyes, was pages and pages of their own search-results output...  Roll Eyes

You didn't really actually need articles as their own results attracted them way more than actual content.  Grin

So the gigs of actual articles were kind of just gravy, that only later came to be of much importance/use.

I could make scripts to auto-submit 240k of articles to devtome each month for me: write the scripts once, include a suck-articles-from-inbox to suck in all the new articles the content-clubs send, and it'd be a write once, earn 80 shares a round every round automaton for me. Hmm...

So if you authors want to compete on who can max out their words per round, I guess I could whip up scripts that'd give you some good competition...

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Use them at Smeagol's shop!

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The rewards for writing vs. rewards for promotion discussion comes up again and again on this thread.  A few things are worth noting:

1.  I believe there is already a system in place which will at least partially reward writers for overall popularity of their work, and will also partially penalize writers whose work is not popular.  I don't remember the details and I'm not sure if it was implemented already for round 27 or if it's still coming soon.  I also know that it's still being tweaked to truly work in a way that's compatible with the overall Devcoin project.  Could someone in the know please provide us with an update?

2.  There is nothing wrong with rewarding based on SEO efforts, page views, ad revenue, etc.  That's how it is on most of the Internet.  I believe that the Devtome has a different ultimate goal and that is why the Devtome compensates differently than what the rest of the Internet does.  Before recommending that the Devtome work like the rest of the Internet, it's worth figuring out what the overall philosophy is, in particular, why it's set up differently.

3.  The Devtome has article admins whose primary job is to read submitted articles and eliminate the truly worthless ones, and I know that they do this.  We all may have disagreements on the standards and we may think some articles which pass should be discarded.  That's bound to happen with anything subjective like writing.  I just want to make sure everyone, especially the new writers, understand that there are standards and there are admins who enforce them.  Related to that, if you see something that you are concerned about (a specific article, for example), it is OK to bring it to the attention of an article admin (or even post your concern on this thread), and your concern will be addressed.  It's happened before.

4.  As a writer, I adhere to the principle that the client or customer is always right.  In this case the Devtome is the client.  I joined as a writer because the parameters as they were advertised work for me.  If those parameters change it may no longer work for me, which is fine.  The Devtome has the right to change those parameters at any time.  So for example, if the Devtome decided they only want to accept content that is sci-fi fantasy, I would have a decision to make.  Either I quit and move on with no hard feelings, or I start writing sci-fi fantasy (something I've never done).  If you don't like the parameters, that is fine too, but it doesn't mean there's anything fundamentally wrong with them.  You can suggest improvements and so forth, but ultimately, all writers will be bound by what the paying client decides.  I mention this because what I believe is that a lot of these complaints boil down to "it doesn't work for me," or "it's not optimal for me," or "it's not fair that it works so well for these other people but not for me."  So you're an amazing Internet marketer and you don't want to compete with all those writers who just write and do nothing to promote their work.  Fine, maybe the Devtome isn't the best fit for you, or you need to deal with it.  But if you're a good or even decent writer but a terrible Internet marketer, then this is a dream come true--a lucky break.  That is what the Devtome has been for me--finally a lucky break.  Yes, I'm making the most of this opportunity.  I don't feel entitled to it and understand it could change in the future, but it's here now and I couldn't be happier.  Also, I've never contributed or gotten paid more than 40 shares in a round and it's still been great.  It's a bit annoying that others have to be so critical of those who are getting a lucky break here.  But then again, I've had my moments of jealousy when it was someone else's lucky break and not mine, so I understand.

5.  Given number 4, if the Devtome is your lucky break, then definitely make the most of the opportunity and give some serious consideration to spending your earnings in a way that will truly improve your life and that of others.  Think long term.  Think investment.  But again, there are no rules about that and you are free to spend your earnings however you like.  On the other hand, you start to think about the benefit of the Devcoin itself when it's become your golden goose, and I'm seeing that happen as people are starting to come up with solid ideas of how to grow the Devcoin from a novel crypto into a viable economy, and take solid steps in that direction.  I suspect most of this isn't even showing up on the thread as not everyone likes to share their ideas immediately.  It's going to take time, and a lot of DVCs will be sold to raise funds in the mean time, the value is probably going to drop more before it goes up again, but I think it will happen if it's allowed to happen naturally.

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