I’ve been with Brainsy almost from inception and we see all kinds of responses on the various private label social media networks powered by Brainsy. There are a few guidelines on how to write a good response.
First, be on topic. A good answer will address the “knowledge gap” or the reason the question is being answered.
Second, explain why you are an authority on the subject. People will have a higher degree of confidence in your response if you are credible.
Third, reference other sources when needed. Depending on the configuration of the site in which you are participating, you may be able to hyperlink to other sources that you reference. With the correct linking strategy, there could also be benefits to search engine optimization (SEO) if you’re familiar with that growing area of digital marketing.
Fourth, use the appropriate tone. Is your site a professional site, a site for comedians, or one that is for serious scholarly peers? Be sure to match the tone with the participants on the site.
Fifth, make sure your response is well organized and grammatically correct.
Six, don’t reply with one-word or two-word responses. Provide some substance in your response. Pass on a question if you don’t have the time or inclination to answer it. The platform amplifies your response and there’s already enough content clutter in the universe. So be respectful of the person asking the question and others that may take time to read your response.
Hopefully, these tips will help you write a good response to any questions submitted to you on a Brainsy powered social media site.
Yes, you can add your private social media network (powered by Brainsy) to the subdomain of your website if it runs on Wordpress or any other Content Management System (CMS). In addition to having your network reside on a sub-domain of your company's site (e.g. www.KEYWORD.mycompany.com or https://eco.brainsy.com for a live example), another option is to have your social network reside at a domain not directly associated with your company's main domain (e.g. www.KEYWORDorPHRASE.com). In either case, all the heavy lifting is done by Brainsy and the technology is hosted by Brainsy so that you don't have any incremental technical costs associated with the launch or operation of your network.
Our clients have a range of needs when hiring us to build out a Brainsy powered platform. Some may want to increase engagement by their existing community or membership, promote their profile online (enhanced SEO), or monetize their efforts or expertise. As such, our platform has a diverse set of modules to meet these needs.
When preparing a pricing proposal, we consider whether or not there’s a monetization opportunity that would include upside for Brainsy. If it doesn’t, then we can price on a straightforward licensing basis. Typically, our license fee is on par (or less) than the monthly retainer fee you might pay an SEO agency to win keywords on a Search Engine Results Page (SERP).
Hope this sheds some light. Please contact us directly so that we can prepare a pricing proposal with your needs in mind.
Thanks for your question. I believe your question relates to the ability to earn rewards on a Brainsy powered network. Each client of Brainsy will set their own rewards structure based on a variety of factors including the type of behavior they want to reward (e.g. writing articles, answering questions, recruiting others, etc.) and they, or their sponsoring partners, will fund the rewards pool that is paid out. It may be paid out in loyalty points, fiat currency, or some type of crypto. The key thing to remember is that there is no one-size-fits-all program since they are
private label social media networks but in general, the more engaged you are on the network with quality interactions, the more likely you are to "make money."