How to get a regular monthly payment from ISC?We are all eager to receive a payment from ISC on a regular basis, but sometimes we can miss the bus! How would you ensure that you have a very high chance of getting paid for each and every single month of the year? Let me share something that may help those who are keen to earn but struggle to make it to the list of eligible payees. Mind you, this is not with the aim to collect points mindlessly but to focus on earnings through quality content.
As an experiment, I thought of trying to see if I can earn Rs.250/- minimum in a single day through the sections I mainly contribute in. I decided that the best way to go about achieving this goal would be to prepare content in advance and then, on one day, submit all that content at one go. I, therefore, first spent two to three days approximately in the first week of February preparing article drafts, and also text for school submissions, as well as information updates.
Then I uploaded all that I had prepared on 9th February, and, on that day, also submitted jobs. In terms of quantity ('Count' on our scoreboard), all this content included- 3 articles, 6 jobs, 3 schools, and 3 update info. On that day, I also submitted 3 forum responses. Once all the content was approved, the total earnings showed as Rs.245/-.
Yes, I missed the goal by Rs.5/-. Yet, as an experiment, it was proof that it is possible to earn regularly at ISC.
You see, suppose, in the manner that I have mentioned, you prepare content in advance and submit it once every week. A month has approximately four weeks, sometimes nearly five. So if you prepare and submit without fail every single week, I think it is possible to reach a monthly goal of a minimum of Rs.1000/-. With a few more contributions, you can be one of the eligible payees. This would especially be the case if you submit about 6-7 articles totally in a month, because, by submitting articles, you will get double points and thus definitely figure in the list of RSB-earning members as well.
Let's keep aside the fact my payment includes my editing work (the 9th Feb. earnings I mentioned did not include that) and you may say that this is my input based on my writing abilities. Perhaps others may struggle to put in, say, good descriptive content for even a school post. Yet, this should not be an impediment. Even simple English would not be a barrier to submitting schools and colleges and update info. In fact, note that now we are accepting schools and colleges with at least some basic text since we are moving towards an academic-based niche and aim to have an even bigger database of institutions than it already is.
Would you like to try my method, maybe starting in April? Perhaps we will then see some new names on the list of eligible payees!