Revenue Score & Ad Rotation
Revenue Score (also called 'Points') indicates how much points the specific content contribution earns towards the revenue sharing program. The score you earn
depends on the quality of the content you contributed. Each piece of content is manually reviewed and assigned a revenue score by our editorial team, usually within
24 hours of submission.
In some content categories like Forums, multiple members can contribute in the same page (original message as well as the responses).
In such cases, we will manually assign a score to the original message as well as the responses, depending on the quality of the content.
The AdSense ads will be rotated between all members contributed in the same page, depending on the revenue score of the contributed content.
If you get a higher score, there are more chances of using your AdSense Account for displaying ads in the specific page.
A higher revenue score leads to higher revenue.
In the Forum section, the Ad revenue earned from each page is divided between the person who posted the original message as well as the
members who posted responses, based on the revenue score of the posts.
For example, consider a thread (with a revenue score of 2) which has 3
responses (revenue score 5, 0 and 3 respectively). The total revenue score in this case is 10 and the AdSense accounts will be rotated
between these 10 slots. The AdSense account of the member who posted the original resource will be used 2/10 times (20% of the displays), first response will get 5/10 (50%)
and third response will get 3/10 (30%). The second response will get 0 Ad displays in the rotation because his total revenue score in this page is 0.
Poor quality content will earn 0 points.
Content that violate our policies will be deleted and will earn 0 points.
Repeated posting of poor quality content may result in permanent blocking of the user and all points earned so far will be disqualified.
Revenue score is applicable only in the Forum section. In most of the other sections, the contributed
member account will be used 100% of the page views.
If the member who has a revenue score is not participating in
adsense revenue sharing program, dotnetspider.com's
adsense account will be used instead of the member's adsense account.
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