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August 08, 2018, 11:17:11 AM
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Hi. Wonder if you guys can help me in some of the issues that i had regarding 'signature campaigns'.
Here's what I have understood so far about the basic concept of it.
Basically, having a sigil, a badge, a namecard... of some project stuck to your profile so that you can indirectly promote their said project. This is followed by a compensation of sorts, in accordance with how many quality content posts/replies that you have made.. well this is how far I have understood it, tell me if I'm wrong.
Anyhoo, in order to make the said compensation (mostly in forms of financial methods, yes?), the team of the said project must be able to track how the users with their signature are doing - they need to count the posts, replies, decide which is legit for payment and whatnot. This is mostly done by campaign managers I believe? So, if, hypothetically, there is no campaign manger involved and the task is up to the project's team, how would one conduct such research? Like, how do you determine how many posts/replies a person has made on a specific topic?
Is there a advanced search option somewhere that I am not seeing?
Also, if the said project is not planning to utilize an escrow account, well maybe cause they have trust issues for the market, would that be detrimental? give off the wrong image to the potential legendary/hero signature-bearers? Would it be bad enough that the team may have to reconsider their choices and make the said escrow thingi? A general direction to creating the said account would be also very helpful.

Thank you for your time in advance.
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August 08, 2018, 11:23:48 AM
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This is not the right section for the question you're asking, it'd be better to move it if you want to receive a more constructive answer.. (I'd say that Beginners & Help is more relevant to this question.)


? Like, how do you determine how many posts/replies a person has made on a specific topic?

The same way a campaign manager would do that, by scrolling through their post history..??

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Also, if the said project is not planning to utilize an escrow account, well maybe cause they have trust issues for the market, would that be detrimental? give off the wrong image to the potential legendary/hero signature-bearers? Would it be bad enough that the team may have to reconsider their choices and make the said escrow thingi?

I myself wouldn't join a campaign of a brand new user without an escrow, but i'm guessing that it might not matter that much for other people, considering how many times this has already happend.

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Generally you just send the funds to someone in this forum that is deemed "very trustworthy", and then they hold the coins, usually for a small fee.

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August 08, 2018, 01:42:52 PM
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Hi. Wonder if you guys can help me in some of the issues that i had regarding 'signature campaigns'.
Here's what I have understood so far about the basic concept of it.
Basically, having a sigil, a badge, a namecard... of some project stuck to your profile so that you can indirectly promote their said project. This is followed by a compensation of sorts, in accordance with how many quality content posts/replies that you have made.. well this is how far I have understood it, tell me if I'm wrong.

Acceptance of a member is the first basic thing here before you can consider them eligible for the financial gains you've mentioned in your message.

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Anyhoo, in order to make the said compensation (mostly in forms of financial methods, yes?), the team of the said project must be able to track how the users with their signature are doing - they need to count the posts, replies, decide which is legit for payment and whatnot. This is mostly done by campaign managers I believe? So, if, hypothetically, there is no campaign manger involved and the task is up to the project's team, how would one conduct such research? Like, how do you determine how many posts/replies a person has made on a specific topic?


Till date, I have not seen any campaign managers going before a specific topic, but yeah, there are boards given in the rules that the members need to post in. Constructiveness is one different subject and the manager himself decides whether he finds an enrolled member's posts as qualified or not for the payment. If the team thinks that they can manage their campaigns on their own, well, they don't really need a high-ranked account to do that as copper membership can get them the features that a high-ranked member gets, so they can easily share everything a manager does in OP.

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Is there a advanced search option somewhere that I am not seeing?

No, I don't think so. Managers need to go through the history of member's posts in order to see whether they fulfilled the requirements as needed for their payment or not.

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Also, if the said project is not planning to utilize an escrow account, well maybe cause they have trust issues for the market, would that be detrimental? give off the wrong image to the potential legendary/hero signature-bearers? Would it be bad enough that the team may have to reconsider their choices and make the said escrow thingi? A general direction to creating the said account would be also very helpful.

If the team thinks they don't need an escrow, it's good for them but it will not be seen as fine from the community's end as they will doubt the credibility of the team because they are new and there is nothing guaranteed here. It would be better for them to keep someone in between and then start a campaign from their end (if they wish to) or hire a campaign manager to do that. I've seen many campaign managers offering escrow services themselves, one is DarkStar_. Smiley

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