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Celtics Title Town rewards

Posted by shawn cassidy on February 3, 2012 at 11:45 AM

I want to show how much I care about everyone who shows up, and shares their thoughts on the Celtics, and NBA. Here is a system I put together.Check out the list under Title Town rewards on the top header.


Their are still some members out there not added to the list. Feb 5th, and the 5th of every  month will start the new month for rewards. This is one part of the rewards system at Celtics Title Town. The highest ratings/votes will add to your total of, most comments, and best comments of the month.

Breakdown of rewards system.

1) Highest rated user gets 10 points. Number two user gets 8, number 3 gets 5, number 4 gets 3, and number 5 gets 1.2)

Most comments posted under Celtics Beat/blog will be rewarded 20 points. Number 2 will get 15,number 3 will get 10, number 4 will get 5,and number 5 will get 5.

3) The best comments from the blog posts will be picked, and voted on. Who ever gets the highest will get 10 points.

4) Bring a member aboard 20 points.

How do the points work,and what do you get? Well you can cash in your points, or you can save your points. You must use them when you reach 300 points. So what do you get?

30 points-  You will get a Celtics DVD. It could be a playoff game,or a regular season game.

50 points-  You will get a Celtics store gift card of 5.00

75 points-  You will get a Celtics store gift card of 10.00

100 points- You will get a Celtics store gift card of 15.00

200 points- You will get a Celtics store gift card of 20.00

300 points-  You will get a Celtics store gift card of 25.00

Any questions please ask. This program is in the early stages, and changes may occur, but overall it is what it is. The 5th of the month is the start of the new Cycle. Starting this 5th the rewards kick in!I hope this brings some fun to the site, and some more interaction.

 


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3 Comments

Reply paul
2:22 PM on February 3, 2012 
I don't like popularity systems.
Reply paul
2:23 PM on February 3, 2012 
paul says...
I don't like popularity systems.


They encourage group think, as opposed to people thinking about things as individuals and expressing their unique points of view.
Reply jlil89
2:29 PM on February 3, 2012 
Oooo gift cards!