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Related topic: {Facts} Benefits of promoting (joining) a quality paid signature campaign.

I notice the sudden interest of newbie/jnr members wanting to join signature campaigns, starting thread on this board in the past few weeks. I recommend you read this post Signature Campaign Guidelines (read this before starting or joining a campaign) and in addition to the above topic I'll list some factors you should consider before joining a paid signature campaign irrespective of your rank because the signature you wear speak alot about you on forum.




[1]: Build your account before joining a campaign.

I consider this as the most important factor to consider before joining a campaign. If you haven't built your account don't go joining a campaign because it'll only distract you. It's more benefiting to join paid campaigns as Full member but joining as a self made member isn't that bad also. Take your time to built your account, there'll be more campaign in the future. Don't be in a rush to earn via forum.

[2]: Join a campaign you agree with and not just for the payout.

If you're the type that dislike gambling or have no idea on how it works, don't go joining a gamble campaign just because they pay better. It will lead you to spamming and most times posting off topic.

View this as an example.


The user in question is promoting/wearing a gamble related signature but advising others through his reply not to gamble, isn't that contradicting what he's advertising. Join a campaign you agree with don't join just because of payouts.

[3]: Consider Weekly maximum post required.
Avoid campaigns that requires high number of maximum posts weekly, such campaigns does the forum no good and only encourages spamming. Evaluate your posting skills and from your post history determine what your average weekly post is, don't just up into any campaign that'll end you up with rapid increase of post counts without adding value to the forum.

[4]: Join a campaign that encourages quality posting:
 Consider the bitcoin you get paid as a monetary reward for your quality posting on the forum so as merit is also a reward. The campaign you join opens doors for more benefits on the forum then just earning bitcoin, there are some special campaign managers that if you get accepted into the campaigns they're managing, you can consider yourself as a reputed or quality poster on forum, that should be the type of campaign you should strive to join as such campaign encourages quality posting and I'll help build your reputation as a quality poster on forum.

[5]: Consider boards post count are accepted in.
I notice many forum users joins signature campaign without considering the boards they're most active in. I recommend you join a signature campaign based on the boards you're active in, currently I won't join a campaign that doesn't consider Beginner and help board as an acceptable baord for post count. Reason been that that's the board I'm most active and familiar with and enjoying answering questions ask and assisting newbie on the board. Lets say there's a campaign focus on accepting participants only posting on Development & Technical Discussion baord I won't apply for such campaign since I'm not that familiar with the board and most of my post would be considering off topic as I'll be struggling to meet my post count which might lead to spamming the board and might end up getting ban or removed from campaign.

[6] Know the project well before advertising.
Before you apply to promote any project through signature campaign, carryout some background check on the forum and google too, make sure that project is legitimate and has no past record of scam or it's a scam. Advertising scam project through signature could lead to your account recieving Red tag.
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6: Know your Signature well before advertising: Check whether you are promoting a legit project or not. Check whether link in signature are not malicious or leads to the phishing site. Whenever in doubt, raise concern. Don not keep mum because it is paying you.

Guidelines: Guide on avoid red tags by supporting already known scam projects

[7]: Consider the reputation of campaign manager before applying.
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Another factor to weigh-in is the reputation of both the Campaign Manager and the Campaign itself. A Campaign Manager with a track of well managed campaigns could be an important plus to consider, and checking this out may lead to better chances that the campaign does not eventually turn out to be a fiasco in terms of compromised crypto revenue.

Reputed CM: Overview of Bitcointalk Signature Anti-Spam Campaign Managers

[8]:Verify fund available and address ownership through sig message
Before joining a signature campaign always verify if the campaign manager has the available fund to pay participants for the week. You can do this by searching the bitcoin address posted by CM on https://www.blockchain.com and if you're in doubt of address ownership you can request for a sig message to prove he/she has control over the private key of that address.
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Note if the Manager has provided a unique address to pay for the campaign and if he has enough funds to pay everyone. Ideally, the campaign has contracted an escrow with a good reputation in the forum to be responsible for storing the funds.

[9]: Consider the payout option before applying.
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You also need to take in consideration if the campaign is going to pay you directly on your desired wallet or will it be deposited on their platforms, i.e. for gambling related, there are campaigns that require you to create an account on their site and they going to deposit in directly on that account.

But remember that sometimes, you need to shoulder the fees if you're going to withdrawal it. So if the campaigns say, they're going to pay you .01 BTC, then expect less because of the withdrawal fees. Not unless the campaign manager can work out with the gambling operators that the fees will be shoulder by the company.

[10]: Read the rules of participation in the campaign:
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For easy understanding: Baofeng is saying that you can read the rules on bonuses and read if it is full or closed, basically, he/she meant of those people applying even if the campaign is full. As to bonuses, there are campaigns nowadays that gives an extra bonus if you have accomplished a certain quality post that the campaign manager believes to be exceptional. It will always be on the verdict of the campaign manager as to how they will choose who to give their bonus or position to a certain spot. Just like sending merit to people, sMerit holder chooses what they think a quality post(s).

In addition, I think campaign managers have these unwritten gentleman’s rule about joining one campaign to another campaign. They can skip people who have a signature campaign already as a sign of respect to its campaign manager.

In as much as you participate in a paid signature campaign on forum, you shouldn't forget the main reason forum was created and always try your best to add value to the forum irrespective of what you're doing as you stay on forum.


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February 28, 2019, 02:10:46 PM
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6: Know your Signature well before advertising: Check whether you are promoting a legit project or not. Check whether link in signature are not malicious or leads to the phishing site. Whenever in doubt, raise concern. Don not keep mum because it is paying you.
   

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February 28, 2019, 02:22:53 PM
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Very good points you have given us here. So many times I have skipped a campaign application just because I don't want to wear a gambling signature. Even though the money is good. Because gambling is a disaster for the people who take part in it, and is bad karma for the ones who promote it. Also you are encouraged to post in the gambling boards, and probably in topics you don't understand well. Also, I skip those campaign where the minimum number of posts is 25 or more. For most non English speakers like me, posting that many posts is a problem, and a sure way to promote forum spam.

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February 28, 2019, 03:59:56 PM
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Another factor to weigh-in is the reputation of both the Campaign Manager and the Campaign itself. A Campaign Manager with a track of well managed campaigns could be an important plus to consider, and checking this out may lead to better chances that the campaign does not eventually turn out to be a fiasco in terms of compromised crypto revenue.

Most campaigns (not all) also require that you wear their avatar (once you are a Full Member or above). I find that an avatar influences quite a bit on the image that we have of one than the signature he wears, since it’s part of the profile information on the left of the posts that we normally visualize. Having a crappy ICO avatar can easily be associated to your person, and thus “contaminate” your profile (says I, who does not bear an avatar by choice …). 

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February 28, 2019, 05:01:21 PM
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Your own virtues aside, I'd say the nature of the campaign is the most important. Understandably the gambling campaigns want you to post 5 or 10 times a week in the gambling section.

I think I've only posted in there 5 or 10 times in my entire life so I'd be forcing myself to post meaningless filler since I care not a jot for it. That would be a bad look for me and the campaign.

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February 28, 2019, 05:14:08 PM
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Note if the Manager has provided a unique address to pay for the campaign and if he has enough funds to pay everyone. Ideally, the campaign has contracted an escrow with a good reputation in the forum to be responsible for storing the funds.
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February 28, 2019, 06:29:34 PM
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How about, "Don't join any campaign which mandates KYC procedures".

There is no ICO that is worth KYC. There are no amount of useless tokens that are worth having your identity stolen. Giving your documents to someone online is a terrible idea in every case, but doubly so when you are giving it to a completely unknown entity, and triply so when that unknown entity is launching what is likely to be a scam (since >95% of ICOs are scam). Having your identity stolen can take you years to recover from - you can end up saddled with debt that isn't yours, with a completely shot credit rating, even being charged from crimes you didn't commit and ending up with a criminal record which can affect your job. It's just not worth the risk.

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February 28, 2019, 06:37:29 PM
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[4]: Join a campaign that encourages quality posting:

This is very important in curbing spam on the forum. And as much as possible, bounty managers should encourage their hunters to make quality contributions. This works both ways, it helps clean up the forum, and gives the project quality promotion.
Members are more likely to check out the signature of the poster of well articulated post, than random spam.

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February 28, 2019, 07:12:09 PM
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No doubt the number 1 you listed is the most important. Build your reputation here and build your account before applying.

This way you are also less likely to promote scam, as you will be worried about your reputation. Also, avoid newbies managing campaigns, as it will probably be a scammer.


There is one important thing also. When you join a campaign you will have incentives to post. This is somehow a problem, because it's hard to post a lot.

One good thing I try to do is to read more than I write. This way I keep updated and have more things to write.

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There are campaigns like that, that encourage participants to post good quality post that will help to learn from mistakes. If you posted a low quality post then that will be denied by the campain manager. Number 1 may be the most important but joining campaign all 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 are all important especially number 4 that can help you build your account.

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Talking on the number of posts to be made, I think that area is a very important one and it could be of help in cutting down poor quality posts, 15 posts could be an unheal task for some,and they would have no choice but to drop numerous one liners to meet up, for others it may not
So before joining, the best thing to do is to go through the rules of the campaign and make sure the post requirements suits you, both based on your knowledge and time you have per day.
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You also need to take in consideration if the campaign is going to pay you directly on your desired wallet or will it be deposited on their platforms, i.e. for gambling related, there are campaigns that require you to create an account on their site and they going to deposit in directly on that account.

But remember that sometimes, you need to shoulder the fees if you're going to withdrawal it. So if the campaigns say, they're going to pay you .01 BTC, then expect less because of the withdrawal fees. Not unless the campaign manager can work out with the gambling operators that the fees will be shoulder by the company, like when I was in the FJ campaign before.

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Consider the genre you're good at.

It's great to evaluate yourself before evaluating anyone else here. If you know what your specialities are, you're bound to serve high-end dedication and great quality to the party who is willing to pay you to advertise them. Don't just look for which boards they're counting your posts in, also look for yourself that what you're better at being a quality posters. You may also ask people about their opinions or may already know how you're doing if anyone appreciates/degrade you based on their like/dislike (though it's their personal opinion, I believe that in some cases, it's better to improve instead or arguing).

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Valuable tips, with a good rating and necessary for each newbie trying to join to signature campaigns.

I can add the following:

  - Read the rules of participation in the campaign: Many managers set special rules for each campaign so you must check it before participating, such as boards where you are not paid, the boards that should be published in the minimum.

   - Check the start date and end of the campaign and the dates of the payments: This forum includes many people and different time zones. Use some extension.

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I think I have something informative to contribute here
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[6] Know the project well before advertising.
I already have a project on that one.
Guide on avoid red tags by supporting already known scam projects
It is very terrible to keep supporting scam projects, especially when DT members or community raised warning or scam accusation everywhere.



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Hmm I don't totally agree with this, what about STO projects offering bounty signature campaigns?
I would make no differentiation between signature campaigns for ICOs, STOs, UTOs, ETOs, IEOs, any other TLA of your choice, exchanges, casinos, mixers, or any other signature campaign. There is no altcoin or token that is worth giving away your identity to a stranger, and there is no bitcoin paying campaign which even comes close to an amount of money which would even make me consider it. The risk is just way too high.

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Don't make a good short post longer to meet the minimum post length. Strong short posts are great, even if you don't get paid for it.

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March 03, 2019, 09:06:00 PM
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No. 7

Where can be found a list of reputable campaign managers?
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March 03, 2019, 09:20:58 PM
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Where can be found a list of reputable campaign managers?

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March 05, 2019, 10:41:24 PM
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[2]: Join a campaign you agree with and not just for the payout.
Speaking about  the agreement. I supported what the OP said because have seen a lot of people who actually campaign for gambling company but preach against gambling act which not to be so, you don't bite the fingers that feed you.

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