Trust points do not entirely help you get hired to work for WikiAnswers, since actually getting paid to work for WikiAnswers is different from the amount of trust points you received online.
Yes, after all, if you can't trust yourself, how can others trust you?
'How are you?' is a question identified as harmful for many reasons. Predators often start out using that question, and then get to know people on WikiAnswers, and then eventually find out where someone lives and robs or kidnaps them. It is very harmful, especially on a Q&A site such as WikiAnswers. It is mainly to protect the younger kids who do not think it is harmful.
No MRI is not harmful to the body of people.
Generally deodorants are not harmful to the body.
There is no limit as to how many trust points a person can earn on WikiAnswers. Currently, the highest number of trust points held by a person on this site is well over 8,000.
Be warned - if you ask on WikiAnswers, how to hack into WikiAnswers - expect to get blocked from WikiAnswers. Nobody has figured out yet how to hack into WikiAnswers and unblock themselves. Nobody will.
No, they are separate entities. Wikipedia is run by the Wikipedia Trust and WikiAnswers is owned by Ask.com.
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!
Yes, it's very harmful to your body.
The Trust Point system allows contributors to vote for a WikiAnswers member whose contributions you think are worthwhile and legitimate, and clean. Please see the related links for more information on trust points.
Currently, the WikiAnswers system of trust points hasn't changed - you can only add trust points, and you can only recommend from a question the user has answered by going to the contributors tab and clicking "recommend".
You can't "level up" on WikiAnswers. You can acquire "Trust Points" when another user gives them to you.
No, trust points are not useful on WikiAnswers.Another perspective:While trust points have no intrinsic value, those who receive them may be perceived more trustworthy on the site.
Tattoos aren't harmful to your body, but they are painful to remove
There is no maximum amount of trust points one can have on WikiAnswers. At present, the highest amount so far is well over 8,000.(For a list of users with the most trust points, see the Related question)
Trust Point "earn" other contributor's and readers' trust and respect for the quality answers you give.
When you register on WikiAnswers you submit your email. When you receive a trust point, you also receive an email stating that you have received a trust point. The username or IP address who gave you the trust point will not be included however. You can also look on your profile page and see the trust point count.
No, neither giving nor receiving trust points count as contributions.
No, you are not able to hide your trust points from other users.
Your total WikiAnswers contribution points are calculated as the sum of all of the contribution points you have earned. These include first answers, edits, organizational actions, questions asked, and community contributions. All of these points come under the heading of "Contributions" in your WikiAnswers profile. Trust points are slightly different. Contributors do not directly earn these points through their contributions; they are awarded trust points by other WikiAnswers users. Therefore, trust points are not counted as contributions, and do not add to the contribution points total in a WikiAnswers profile.
the body of a trust. contents of trust.