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March 06, 2019, 01:28:35 AM
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That's one well-informative post despite having joined one.

By the way, you might want to add the "List of Signature Campaigns" thread in case there are people looking for them.
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That's one well-informative post despite having joined one.

By the way, you might want to add the "List of Signature Campaigns" thread in case there are people looking for them.
This is an information to know the latest/ongoing signature campaign who paid participant with bitcoin

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[5]: Consider boards post count are accepted in.
Important point, maybe you can mention here to check the signature campaign rules if local boards are accepted. I have seen many members making really great contributions to their local boards buth they have never posted much in the English sections. If they are forced to post the same content in English now due to a signature campaign, the post quality will be affected in a negative way.
When it comes to technical things it's very important to use the right words and explain details. Some Bitcoin or crypto related content is difficult enough on it's own but if you have to explain it in a another language that's even more challenging.
And it's also a benefit for the advertised projects / services to get high quality content in a local language compared to medium-quality posts on page 5 upwards of a thread. The visibility of the local high quality content will be much higher.

Very good read, OP and I think if everyone who is involved in signature campaigns would read your topic (and act accordingly) the number of spam posts would go down a lot.

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Important point, maybe you can mention here to check the signature campaign rules if local boards are accepted. I have seen many members making really great contributions to their local boards buth they have never posted much in the English sections.
Unfortunately the most popular Bitcoin signature campaigns don't count posts in the local sections unless the Bounty Manager in charge understands that particular language. So you are right when you say it doesn't really benefit a poster who has quality posts in his local section but unfortunately can't produce the same quality in English. 

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March 06, 2019, 01:04:41 PM
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Relates to postcount, I remembered that I saw (maybe in Meta) months ago that forum staff states that there are two types of signature bounties:
(1) Pay per week.
(2) Pay per post.
For the second type, there are forum rules that managers of those bounties should restrict total amount of posts per week to be counted as eligible and can get paid by campaigns.
It is mainly to prevent spamming endemic from participants.

I tried to search where it mentioned, but still not found it for now.
Appreciate help from someone who can give me link.
Important point, maybe you can mention here to check the signature campaign rules if local boards are accepted.

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March 06, 2019, 01:13:58 PM
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I tried to search where it mentioned, but still not found it for now.
Appreciate help from someone who can give me link.

You mean like this?
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Rules:

1. We will pay a maximum of 50 posts every week. Posts will not be rolled over, and there is no minimum number of posts.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1935179.0

Yes, some campaigns pay per post, others a fixed amount per week. Usually 25-30 posts weekly. Now, if you post 70 posts you will still be paid the fixed amount for 25 posts.
If you are a poster who makes 40-50 posts a week, you might earn more from a company that pays per post but take into account the value they per post and multiply that with your usual weekly quota and see what benefits you more.

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March 06, 2019, 01:24:54 PM
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You pinpointed almost exactly what I want to discuss here.
In 2018, I remembered I read somewhere in the forum (staff posted link to original post) that bounties' managers have rights and should officially restrict maximum posts per week.
However, forum has its maximum limited posts per week (if I remembered exactly).
I need link to that post. Did you know about it?

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There you go:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1684035.msg16904309#msg16904309
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Types of campaigns:

There are generally two types of campaigns: 'Fixed' campaigns which offer a fixed amount of bitcoins for a minimum of X amount of posts and 'Pay Per Post' which is pretty self-explanatory. Pay Per Post campaigns pay for every post that a user makes and thus tend to be the most abused whilst fixed campaigns tend to limit the amount of spam generated. It's up to you which campaign you choose and both are fine just as long as you have someone monitoring them.
I don't remember exactly, there is no maximum amount of posts restricted as forum rules.
It totally depends upon campaigns' managers.

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March 07, 2019, 05:17:30 AM
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That's one well-informative post despite having joined one.

By the way, you might want to add the "List of Signature Campaigns" thread in case there are people looking for them.

Thank you for the compliment, there's a reason why I didn't put that ongoing campaign thread in op, I didn't want interested members to relie on it because before the thread get updated most times with new campaigns, their  available slots most have been filled. Any user interested in joining should spend some time on the service board looking for new campaign still accepting participants

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I also noticed old campaigns that pays bonuses, at least in my current campaign. I think Stake has this kind of thing as well, if I'm not mistaken. So if you really wanted to get that bonuses, then you have to post good quality content and not just try to post just for the safe of reaching the minimum. There's also this avatar and personal text bonus every X week as well, so you need to understand when you're going to get it because its different from the rest of the participants (others that joined early that you of course will result in them getting the bonus much earlier.) I also noticed that even high ranking members doesn't understand what the meaning of [FULL] or even [CFNP] - (Closed for new participants) in the signature campaign title threads. They even trying to apply when obviously the campaign is not accepting any at that point.

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can you summarize this in one line so I can update it in OP, tried guessing but couldn't come up with an appropriate tiltle for better representation of what your reply is advising about.
I can say it will fall under [4]: Join a campaign that encourages quality posting:
or if you want to add something like " Read the rules of participation in the campaign:" by hugeblack.

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. Just like in the corporate world, when one of my staff is applying to other banks, HR or Branch Manager always makes a call about a certain staff of yours applying to us and of course we will talk about his or her work attitude. However, that’s just me. As I have said, it will always be on Campaign Manager’s decision. It is just something that I think will be a factor when joining a signature campaign.

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March 09, 2019, 11:36:46 PM
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Even signatures of high-rank profiles can not profit because of terribly managed campaigns, such a shame. Thank you for the information to consider before joining. What I agree the most is that we need to believe in that project, we should not pick the highest paying one.

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March 14, 2019, 01:15:54 PM
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I want to use this opportunity to thank all those that contributed to the success of this thread, it just got added to [GUIDES] on Bitcointalk. Index thread (until there is a dedicated subforum?) hopefully the intention of this thread will be achieved as more users get to read it and it enlighten them on factors they should consider before applying to participate in a paid signature campaign.

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March 18, 2019, 09:01:35 AM
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I also noticed that even high ranking members doesn't understand what the meaning of [FULL] or even [CFNP] - (Closed for new participants) in the signature campaign title threads. They even trying to apply when obviously the campaign is not accepting any at that point.
Probably, these high rank members are just new in bitcoin campaign like they spend their entire existence in the altcoin bounties and when they visit the service section which ( maybe ) unfamiliar with them. So I think OP should also consider posting this so people will be more aware though somehow it's already sounds like it's spoon feeding.

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Active||Currently active
PNYC||Payment not yet confirmed
FLUX||Campaign in flux between closed and accepting
CFNP||Closed for new participants

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April 16, 2019, 07:12:39 AM
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Filipino Version: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5132319
Thank you for allowing me to translate it, CryptopreneurBrainboss.

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April 17, 2019, 11:44:50 AM
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[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.
This is apt. That's the hidden hypocrisy that has always ruled this world. The poster didn't even justify his hatred for gambling from a moralistic perspective of self discipline but from the fear of loss. So, if he wins that means gambling should be applauded.


Filipino Version: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5132319
Thank you for allowing me to translate it, CryptopreneurBrainboss.

You're welcome. Thread is always open for more transaction as it helps the message to get across to more users eliminating language as a barrier.
Nice one having your post translated (I guess that's what you meant there in italics).
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April 17, 2019, 01:05:56 PM
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Most particpants do not care what they are advertise for as long as they get paid.  Many are wearing gambling signatures but do not gamble themselves.  There are a lot of desperate people here, you can see that whenever a new campaign opens it has many times more participants than open slots.

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