Platinum Level

Well, an update:

Our new Basic or Platinum Membership has helped us sort the quality articles from the “not so quality”… and the system appears to be working.

Platinum authors are the ones with the Yellow star next to their name.

Sometime in February…

We are going to raise the bar to require Platinum members to send in at least 1 article per month to retain their status.

A large percentage of Platinum members have only sent in one article to date and we want to reward the authors who have at least 12 or more articles to send in per year by denying the status to those who don’t.

What do you think?

Good idea or no?

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Saundra writes:

Sounds like a fair “equalizer.”

Comment provided January 28, 2005 at 8:02 PM

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Oma writes:

This is all good! I’m new, but excited to have 2 articles published almost immediately! Please what are the criteria for attaining Platinum status?

I’d also like to thank you for making the dreams of many of us writers come true. And keep up the diligence. It’s evident all the pains you take. I’ll remember to pray for all of you. Your work is appreciated!

Comment provided February 10, 2005 at 3:35 PM

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Thanks Oma. :-)

Secretly, our criteria for Platinum level is that we seek authors who are very low maintenance and their articles are easy to approve in 10 seconds or less.

If we have to educate an author about reading one of our clearly posted editorial guidelines, this significantly cuts down into our ability to control costs.

Comment provided February 17, 2005 at 5:21 PM

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