valerie wrote: Mmmmm Hmmmm 'rotator' my thoughts exactly.
Hmmmm rotating between their GPT's. One week here, one week there, one week over there,
for rotating between 3 main GPT's.
No actually I did not mean that, I meant a rotator here on ySense. I would not know what other GPT uses as I am not a member, but I have been observing for a year now how the survey invites work on this site, there are major differences to CS. On CS, the survey invites were more "static", they appeared on the survey list and remained there, this is why you could come at the end of the day and see a long list of invites, come back the other day and see the same invites from previous day. That was a good and bad system, it had its pros and cons, it created more potential earnings, BUT with a side effect of many expired surveys still on the list, and having to go through more surveys to get a complete. I noticed this because on ySense because my click to complete ratio has been nearly 3x better. I wish I could say the same for earnings though
On ySense, the survey distribution seems more dynamic. One minute you see a dozen surveys on your list, and the next refresh you see 2, a few minutes later you see 10 new invites, previous ones are gone. Some members here wondered how come they click some survey invites and it instantly redirects back without status - it's likely that the invite is no longer relevant, and they are clicking it from the original page that was not refreshed. This is a recurring pattern I've been noticing from day 1 here, a dynamic distribution - this is good, BUT it has some cons. You might miss some surveys if you are not active and periodically refresh the list, on the up side, you might get more surveys for less clicks / attempts, BUT. (big buts here
) better ratio does not mean better earnings.
By rotating I meant this, it's not uncommon for a group of people here to say that they are doing very well, whilst another group is reporting doing very bad... BUT suddenly that group that was doing very well reports doing very bad, and the group reporting doing very bad is doing very well.
Sine July I have been doing better here, Yet Tasman1 has been doing bad, now normally his stats are better than mine, and when they are, I generally am doing bad. SO this recurring pattern I am seeing can either be 1) just a fluke, a rather odd coincidence OR 2) I'm on to something and I discovered the secret of the universe as we know it
It's just that this observation is based on 1 year - so it sure is an amazing coincidence. HOPEFULLY this site can eventually make sure as many countries as possible can have the most earning opportunities available to them, by enabling all routers whenever possible - so that the only factor remaining would be a user's profile and interests that determines his/her survey success.
Ok parner, you too big for you drawers, you get samplicios at your first one this month, we'll
let you swing it for three weeks at your second one and when that time is up, we'll let you
spread for one week at the third. We can't let you have all these routers going at the same
time parner! We got other parners to think about. Now stop your boohooing you making a
fortune anyway, I got to go watch the Big Valley and Bonanza.
Senior moments I suppose but I will toot my own horn and say, I am rarely totally wrong.
Uhuh, so you get the general idea
NOW, CS ran as a successful rewards site without using such a rotating infrastructure, right ? So this site can do the same, assuming it is even using a rotator, maybe it isn't, this is just pure speculation at this point and not fact, even though the evidence is compelling, but it is based on own observation and a limited sample data.
Since Prodege runs those multiple sites, I am pretty sure that whilst the different sites may have their unique look, they all must share some common "core" or infrastructure, it's very unlikely, and would be costly, if each site was maintained on different code, and no develop wants to maintain code for different sites for the same company, it's costly, so there must be a common infrastructure that powers all Prodege sites. Now for ySense I'm sure that they must have done some important changes to adapt and integrate as much as possible CS's features into the new system, but in my opinion, and I am fairly confident about it, the survey infrastructure (back end) is likely common, or parts of it anyway, with specific flags to activate whatever on different sites, so it would make sense to use a dynamic distribution over a static one.
@D3rva - Good job, nice stats you got this year, I think in your case some good highly paid tasks helped boost this number. Those are good YTD numbers considering the bad previous months due to pandemic shut down.