YouLikeHits Economy

New Maximum Point Payout!
You can now set your Payout to 20 instead of 10!  This is a little bit more costly to you but you will get more attention than those that set their Payout lower.

We have decided that the new Maximum Point Payout didn’t have the desired effect.  It ended up just diluting the value of Points and only temporarily boosted Like activity.

Not getting many Likes?
Quite a few people have asked me why they’re not getting as many Facebook likes since the Google +1 refund was given.  The reason for this is because everyone got a pretty hefty amount of Points back from the refund and most put them right into their Facebook Page.  Tons of pages now have their Payout’s set to 9 or 10 and fewer people are Liking because of their new abundant amount of Points.  Luckily the YouLikeHits economy moves rather quickly and this problem should fix itself naturally and users will go right back to getting their normal amount of Likes.  With the new Payout change it should move even quicker.

New Restrictions
We took another step to help fix the above issue by limiting the number of facebook pages, youtube videos and websites someone can post on their account to 5 at a time.  Previously there was no limit and many users were abusing this with over 20+ facebook pages listed which took up almost an entire page for their own benefit.  With a 5 page/video/website limit there is no room for everyone elses content too.  We’re continuing to make improvements to the overall experience of YouLikeHits!

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Posted on July 15, 2011, in General. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Beautiful! Thanks!

  2. Well that doesn’t seem to have helped AT ALL! Everyone just upped their payout to 20, so now it is just taking twice as many points to get one like! Since it’s the same problem as having the maximum points be at 10, you should just put it back to 10 as the maximum, and hope that this will clear up the issue eventually. Either that, or you will have to offer 2x the number of points for the same price. I’m not paying the same amount for points that are worth 1/2 what they were last week.

  3. I agree with softwarecreator.
    Since he bought points making some calculation regarding getting likes/followers/views… Now the points are half the previous state.
    For e.g., If he bought 1k points thinking he will get 100 followers by giving 10 points per follow, now payout is higher. Only few ppl will follow him with 10 points set. So he is forced to set higher point (lets say 20). He will get half the followers than he had calculated before.
    To increase the activity, you did so but you somehow miscalculated what would be the effect to points buyer.
    No offence, Just trying to express what I felt.
    Anyway, I’m into YLH more than ever! ;)ollowers/views… Now the points are half the previous state.
    For e.g., If he bought 1k points thinking he will get 100 followers by giving 10 points per follow, now payout is higher. Only few ppl will follow him with 10 points set. So he is forced to set higher point (lets say 20). He will get half the followers than he had calculated before.
    To increase the activity, you did so but you somehow miscalculated what would be the effect to points buyer.
    No offence, Just trying to express what I felt.
    Anyway, I’m into YLH more than ever! 😉

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