WikiAnswers Trust Points are received when someone clicks on "recommend" on your profile, not by the amount of contributions. You'll find quality answers that are really helpful will earn those points. You also get confidence votes when someone says that an answer you contributed to was helpful (on the question page).
There are a few reasons for this. The first reason is that their contributions were outstanding to others, and many people who saw this contributor gave them a trust point for their excellent contributions. The other reason is that this person had all of their friends make an account and give them a trust point.
On the Wiki Answers website, trust points are earned by giving good answers. Members then leave one trust point for writers that they think deserve it.
Probably because not enough WikiAnswers contributors have read your contributions or have considered giving you or others a trust point. I suspect that Supervisors are more likely to attract trust points than other contributors because of the improvements they make to the contributions of others which are likely to then attract a response from the original contributor.
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No, it is not. Its only illegal when you actually hack something. Trust me.
You can get trust points on WikiAnswers by making many helpful edits and doing your best to make WikiAnswers a great Q&A site. When people see an answer you posted on a question, they have the option to "Recommend" you. When they do this, you receive a trust point.To earn trust point you have to answer questions. If the asker thinks your answer is good they will give you a trust point. Not all askers give trust points though. Good luck and keep answering!
There is no end to the amount of contributions you can make.
Answer 1:Yes.Answer 2:No. I would hope that any contributer would trust their own contributions! If not, why should anyone else?Besides, these trust points aren't actually "ranks", they just mean that someone liked one of your answers. It's not the infallible measure of integrity some might think.Also, have you seen how many hundreds and thousands of trust points those who've been around have? No one awarding themselves a single point is going to make any difference to their ultimate numbers. Only consistently good contributions can do that.(Full disclosure: Of the 51 trust points I've received in the past month, one of them was from myself. Therefore, you should only trust me fifty points worth, not fifty one!)
If your looking on this website for information.. don't trust me anyone can write things they can make things up, and everything! Go to a different website, especially if your looking on this for a school assignment! :) Trust me
There really is no ratio all. It depends on how many people trust a user. For example if a person writes trustworthy answers, people might give them a trust point because their answers make sense.AnswerA good ratio depends on what a contributor does. If all one does is answer questions, then the user should have many more trust points, since trust is usually based on answers. Having said that, you can also earn trust by conduct while interacting with other users. There are also many other things that need to be done on the website on which you would not receive trust points for, but are considered contributions. Recatagorizing and editing alternates to questions are great examples: They need to be done and your contribution score goes up for it, but you are unlikely to gain trust points.Because of this, a ratio is not necessarily a good indication of your worth as a contributor. While a good ratio would be great, just because yours isn't so hot doesn't mean your efforts are bad.
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U should make sure first that the website you will trade with is the safe.
According to WikiAnswers, all contributions are valued. However, the quickest and easiest way is to reorganize or edit questions for them. They prefer not contribute just for the point system.
Not every website is weird. Anybody can contribute to it. Some people make surprising contributions. So it is NOT weird! It is a very good site that thousands of people rely on.
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Answer or edit a lot of questions and answers (correctly), and people will start seeing them and giving you trust points. The more you do it, the closer you will get to the hall of fame. There are monthly boards, so if make a lot of good contributions in any one month, you could make it.
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brochure.com but u have to pay. they are having a 60 percent of custom printing sale right now (1-12-2010). If this helps you, please give me a trust point, or whatever their called.
Any American can make campaign contributions to a presidential candidate.
what contributions did auguste comte make to the development of sociology?
i think that canada make any contributions to desert exploration
The numbers beside the usernames are Trust Points. Trust Points are points given by other contributors who think a contributor has done an outstanding job on WikiAnswers. The amount of points is the amount of people who trust you and your contributions. There should be a 'recommend' button by your name if you made the last edit in an answer. You can recommend yourself once. To advance your Trust Points, just make high-quality answers and/or contributions to WikiAnswers and someone is bound to trust you.
Nordstrom has contributed millions of dollars to hundreds of organizations. There is an application you have to fill out in order to be considered. By going to the website you can fill out the application, but first read the eligibility for the contributions.