An individual contributor is one who has done something on their own and not as a group. You are only responsible for your own actions versus managing a group of people.
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GoLeads is one good site which I know which offers the mailing list of contributor religious. In fact it even offers you the mailing list of # Contributor political # Contributor health # Contributor general # Contributor environment # Contributor phone # Contributor charities
A contributor is a WikiAnswers user that has helped in the community. A special contributor is someone who is extremely active in the community and has earned one of these six awards:Bronze ContributorSilver ContributorGold ContributorPlatinum ContributorDouble Platinum ContributorRuby Contributor
Pride for answering a question, if you'll take it. You'll have +1 contribution, which takes you closer to earning a badge: Contributor, Bronze Contributor, Silver Contributor, Gold Contributor, Platinum Contributor, Double Platinum Contributor, or Ruby Contributor. Also, you may earn trust points for answering a question.
Once a Contributor signs up, they're "locked in" on the site. No one takes a Contributor's Bio Page off the Boards. Only someone who has access to the data base could do that, and no one with that kind of access is interested in perpetrating an act of vandalism like that. What is here remains here. If someone wants to "opt out" after joining WikiAnswers, they just stop posting. Their account becomes inactive, but doesn't "go away" or "disappear" from the Boards. And no one will "remove" or "delete" an account. The account can be given a Block to suspend posting by that Contributor, but that's it. And individual might clear his Bio Page and walk away, but the user name remains, as does a complete record of the Contributions made by that individual. All of them. Including deletions of either Messages, or that Bio Page information.
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Donations not donated by a group/company but by one person.Cyberchief**If this answer helped you and you appreciate the fact that time was taken out of somebody's personal day to write the answer to this question, please support the contributor by clicking "Recommend Contributor" button below at the bottom of this answer box.**
If you go onto a question that was answered by the contributor, at the bottom of the page you can recommend the contributor.Trust points can be given by clicking on recommend contributor next to the contributor's username, which can be found either on the contributor's contributions page or on any Q&A page where that contributor was the last to answer.
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Though the criteria are subject to change, you are promoted to a bronze contributor after 500 contributions, a silver contributor after 5,000, a gold contributor after 25,000, and a platinum contributor after 100,000 contributions.
The opposite of a monetary contributor (e.g. to a fund) is a recipient.The opposite of a contributor to a political campaign could only be a non-contributor.The opposite of a literary contributor could be the reader.
Yes, it is good to be a contributor on WikiAnswers.
The cast of Science Britannica - 2013 includes: Tipu Aziz as Himself: Contributor Richard Borcherds as Himself: Contributor Eileen Doxford as Herself: Contributor Paul Nurse as Himself: Contributor Thom Webb as Himself: Contributor
yes, as it does for the silver badge, gold, platinum, etc.
Yes, You can click on yourse or someone elses Contributor Badge to see all the Badges.
Become a registered contributor on Answers.com today.I would like to thank the contributor who donated this.He always preferred the role of contributor.
A very common example of cognitive distortion is personalization. The individual, suffering from cognitive distortion, takes any thing happening around him, quite personally. The contributor feels that any statement may have an indirect intention of taunting at him or her efforts and thus gets upset or traumatized from the situation and starts behaving defensively.
He is a very active contributor to the WikiAnswers Website.
WikiAnswers has no "Contributor of the day"
You just ask or answer a question, and you automatically become a contributor. If you mean how do you get the badge that says "contributor," you have to sign up for the site. Any registered user who hasn't moved on to a different badge will have the contributor badge.
That is the correct spelling of "contributor" (provider, or charitable donor).
You can Recommend a user using the "star" on that person's Bio page. It's located near the bottom below the link to Message that user. Also, you can Recommend a person if you go to a question that they have been the "Last edit by" individual to that post. It's below the answer to the question. Here is an example: First answer by Fred&Jack. Last edit by Bill&Ed. Contributor trust: 0 [recommend contributor]. Question popularity: 0 [recommend question] In the example, Fred&Jack was the Contributor that provided the first answer. The last edit was done by Bill&Ed, and following that is "Contributor trust:" and a number. Then [recommend] appears. The [recommend] is a link that allows an individual to Recommend the user Bill&Ed. Note that after you Recommend a person, the block changes to [recommended] and the font is red. That indicates you've already given them a Recommend already, and you cannot Recommend them again.