Second…since I know that you won’t pay that much attention to my previous post. When you create a mission, please consider trying my personal rules for life. Others have called it the KISS technique: Keep It Simple Stupid!
Most people will not read your mission description. Many people struggle with understanding English. If you have more than a screen of mission description, you are begging for disappointment.
Buy me, Like bomb, Retweet type missions asking for a simple action are most likely to succeed. Interestingly I find that high reward missions generate more mission theft than rewards that match the ‘going rate.’
Match your reward to the task. A Retweet is simple; so folks will do it for a lower reward. The content will also make a difference. A beautiful photo or a nice quote is easy for anyone to share. Promoting porn, drug use, idiosyncratic politics, or divisive religious views is more problematic; so that mission will likely require a higher reward. If you want a long comment, recommendation, or a long video watched; match your reward to the task. Consider honestly whether you would do the task for that reward for someone you didn’t know or trust.
One of the older profiles on the Avenue offers very high paying missions regularly. I have done exactly two of them. I am not sure that I did either one of them correctly; so I just decided to pass. His long, convoluted descriptions just leave me baffled. Besides I can do 3 or 4 retweets in less time than it takes to read…much less do his mission.
Personally I despise the warnings against mission theft. Some folks claim it works, but I really hate the tone it sets. Sort of sounds like someone invited me to dinner and included a warning not to steal the silver. Also you set yourself up for a ton of work: checking, rating, reporting, & blocking on every mission will make that a full time job.
A bit long winded here, but I think I will conclude: If you KISS with the missions you create, you can have some very enjoyable results.