What is your quality score? Why should you care about it? A lot of people don’t really understand the quality score and why they should care about it. First off, where can you find your quality score? Your quality score is located on the stats page next to your points and cash. You can see what it looks like right here in the picture.
Now that you have found your quality score, what is it? Quality score is a measure of how insightful and influential you are on Crowdtap. This means things like participating actively in all the actions you join, adding your own unique thoughts to your answers, completing all reports with details and photos, sharing content and referrals in a meaningful way online, and never falsifying or plagiarizing any of your answers. Almost everything you do on Crowdtap can impact your quality score.
Last, why should you care about your Quality Score? Having a high quality score helps you qualify for more actions. The first people to receive new actions will be the Crowdtap members with high quality scores. A high quality score shows a brand that you are insightful and will provide them with good advice. If you want to be first on the list for when awesome new actions start launching, start working on building your quality score now.
Lets take a look at a sample discussion and look at what types of response might increase or decrease your quality score in a discussion.
Discussion Question: “What vacuum do you use and why did you choose this vacuum?”
Answer 1: I use an Oreck XL upright vacuum for all of the carpet in my house. I find that the Oreck is extremely light and therefore is easy for me to maneuver around the house and carry up and down all of the steps. Not only is it easy to move, it is also has the best suction of any vacuum I have tried. I have both children and pets and the Oreck is able to quickly suck up anything that they trail through my house. The Oreck is also great because it works on tile and hardwood as well. The other day an entire box of Cheerios was on the kitchen floor and the Oreck took care of them with ease. The Oreck XL is simply the easisest to use and most effective vacuum I have ever tried.
This is the kind of answer that might increase your quality score. The question is answered in detail with insights into why the particular vacuum is used. It stays on topic and would help someone asking this question understand what people look for when selecting a vacuum. An answer like this might receive a star and provide you with bonus points as well.
Answer 2: I use an Oreck XL upright vacuum in my house because it is awesome.
This response would not increase or decrease your quality score. It does answer the question, but it provides very little insight. This only tells you a certain vacuum is awesome. It provides no insight about what someone might look for when selecting a vacuum.
Answer 3: Who wastes their time with vacuuming.
This response is one that would decrease your quality score. It is not an insightful response and it fails to answer the question that is being asked. This type of answer would most likely be flagged, subtracting from your points total and hurting your quality score.
Now you have seen some sample responses. These should show you that it is always best to give insightful answers. If you don’t have an opinion or something insightful to say you might not want to respond so your quality score doesn’t go down. This doesn’t mean you can’t disagree with a brand or provide criticism. Criticism is welcome. Just make sure it is valid and useful criticism. Remember, if you want to be picked for all the best actions keep then keep providing valuable responses to improve your quality score. Good luck!