Picking Up Momentum on Persona Paper
Twelve days ago I wrote to tell you that I had reached the five thousand coin threshold, and was finally eligible to cash out after five months on Persona Paper. At that time I figured my earnings averaged out to about 1,000 coins per month, so in theory I ought to have made another thousand within the space of thirty days or so.
Now that's a bit of an adjusted figure, because for part of the time I was on Persona Paper I was relatively inactive. But still, I think it's fair.
And I'm here to tell you that things are beginning to pick up on the site! Today when I checked my bank, I discovered I had earned that next 1,000 coins. So I'm ahead of schedule! And I'm hoping that's a sign that everyone here on Persona Paper is potentially earning more.
I had been starting to feel that traffic was down. Many of my posts are getting significantly lower page views since about mid-October, and I wonder if that's due to people losing momentum when the expected rate increase didn't come. But something must be working – whether it's page views on older content, or maybe just a lot more outgoing comments than I'd realized I was writing. Something has sped me along from 5,000 coins to the six-thousand mark.
Admittedly, I did get several 25-coin bonuses for recruiting new members. But so far I've only been credited with a total of nine (out of about 14 or 15) – that makes 225 coins, so less than a quarter of the 1,000 accrued in the past two weeks. It obviously gave me a bit of a push, but it's not the only thing that's been working.
If I had to put my finger on it, I'd say the main cause is that I've been writing much more since the beginning of November. In the last twelve days I've published eighteen posts on Persona Paper. This will make nineteen, and also fulfils my goal to keep posting twice a day to complete DawnWriter 's Category-Challenge . And I think if anything, it's making the effort to both publish consistently for this challenge and also commenting and trying to visit newer members (as per &AliCat 's PPMCP challenge .)
Having more contacts with more users, and providing more content for them to interact with, seems to be ensuring that I'll earn more consistently here on Persona Paper. Common sense really, isn't it?
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