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August 03, 2018, 06:32:13 PM
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Today I saw a campaign pays members very very low for a signature campaign. A Jr member is paid 0.9 USD per week for making 10 posts and a Legendary member is paid 6.8 USD. Would you believe it ?. How ridiculous it is. Cheesy

What is the lowest rate you have ever seen for a signature campaign ?
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August 03, 2018, 06:44:37 PM
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I believe I ran the lowest paying signature campaign. While originally campaigners earned NastyCredits, it is now gratitude based.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=767863

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August 03, 2018, 07:45:01 PM
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Today I saw a campaign pays members very very low for a signature campaign. A Jr member is paid 0.9 USD per week for making 10 posts and a Legendary member is paid 6.8 USD. Would you believe it ?. How ridiculous it is. Cheesy

What is the lowest rate you have ever seen for a signature campaign ?

First of all, which one?
Secondly, even if you saw it, I'd say that it totally depends on the budget of the company and/or party (if the manager himself is conducting a campaign on his own) as well as they will decide what to be given to their members based on the amount of time they want to run their campaign. Still, I believe that those who go for bounty signature campaigns, they just strike off arrows in dark thinking it will give them what's promised for their participation, but it's not guaranteed here that they will gain what they expected and worked for.

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August 03, 2018, 08:12:07 PM
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First of all, which one?
Secondly, even if you saw it, I'd say that it totally depends on the budget of the company and/or party (if the manager himself is conducting a campaign on his own) as well as they will decide what to be given to their members based on the amount of time they want to run their campaign. Still, I believe that those who go for bounty signature campaigns, they just strike off arrows in dark thinking it will give them what's promised for their participation, but it's not guaranteed here that they will gain what they expected and worked for.
I think he is talking about a signature campaign from the past as there are currently no Bitcoin paid sig campaigns who are accepting Jr. Members as of the moment based on the Overview of Bitcointalk Signature-Ad Campaigns or another possibility is that he might be talking about a bounty campaign who is only paying a token equivalent to that dollar amount. As for jay sd if you think that the pay rates is "ridiculous" no one is forcing you to join that campaign, you can easily avoid/ignore it if you think your time and effort would only be wasted if you participated in that campaign, although waiting for a new campaign who might accept your respective rank might take a while but it is your choice, just keep in mind if you think that the pay rates are low do not talk trash in their ANN thread or complain that they are too low (like other members) just to have a chance to increase their pay rates, it is like disrespecting them as you are messing up their own campaign project which you have no right upon.

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August 03, 2018, 08:28:30 PM
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Today I saw a campaign pays members very very low for a signature campaign. A Jr member is paid 0.9 USD per week for making 10 posts and a Legendary member is paid 6.8 USD. Would you believe it ?. How ridiculous it is. Cheesy

What is the lowest rate you have ever seen for a signature campaign ?

What ICO have you sponsored in order to get so low rates?
I always get a decent amount of token, but my problem is that these ICO are losing 10x times of their ICO values when distribution starts.
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August 03, 2018, 08:54:08 PM
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What's that campaign?

You can't question the rates and if you find it not justifiable for each ranks then simply don't join. There are starting ICO's that really has low budget or casino's to run such campaigns.

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August 03, 2018, 09:46:26 PM
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I see no problem with that. It's like job hunting and seeing an add where somebody offers $10 a day while everybody else is paying $50. In most cases he's not an idiot. He's probing the market, looking if there are more desperate people looking for a job. You never know and you should never be bound by convention, especially that you're not losing anything but time. If nobody takes the offer hell increase the rates or resign from advertising the project this way. I've seen many people resign because their campaigns were not effective.

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August 03, 2018, 09:59:46 PM
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I haven't seen or encountered low rates as you mentioned but by the way if you don't like the offer just ignore them and look for another that suits your rates.
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