What are Key points, and why should I accumulate it?
Key points are a measure of your activity within the TacitKey platform. It is a reflection of your engagement and how much knowledge contribution you have made within the platform.
Higher Key points translate to a more valuable user on our platform. Such high-value users are rewarded by being presented with attractive opportunities like consulting, invitation to be a speaker at events etc.
What determines your Key points score?
Key points score depends on three variables:
- Activity within the TacitKey platform
- Quality of your TacitWorks
- Level of your engagement
Can I get negative Key points score?
No, we do not assign negative Key points values. The sole purpose of Key points is to increase user engagement and create a healthy competition between the users. This will help create a friendly environment where tacit knowledge exchange happens freely.
How are the Key points calculated?
Key points are calculated based on the following parameters:
Responding to feedback/ polls - 1 point
Upvote or downvote of content/events - 0.1 points
Being invited as a speaker for events - 30 points
Being active on the platform for an hour - 0.05 points
Attending events - 10 points
Participating in discussions - 0.5 points
Sharing content or events - 1 point
Inviting friends - 5 points
Gaining followers - 0.05 points
Posting content (if approved) - 10 points
Accessing free content - 1 point
Accessing paid content - 5 point
Content upvote Each - 0.01
Content accessed - 0.5
Paid - 2
Posting events - 20 points
Each new user form event - 5 points
What is the relevance of Key points score?
Having a high Key points score (closer to 99 percentile) indicates that you are an expert in your domain.This helps businesses to identify key influencers or top experts, and sponsor their works.