WebPoints are the internal currency for WebMeUp community. You earn wP when you order a subscription, make a Facebook share, post on our forums and do other good things.
You spend wP on extending your WebMeUp subscription or on other perks from time to time.
As soon as you sign up for WebMeUp, you get wP15 credited to your account. That's not enough to spend it on something yet — but it's quite enough to get started.
To earn more wP, do simple things like filling out your profile and uploading your profile picture, start a new forum topic or reply to existing ones, vote for forum posts, do some social activity etc.
Really so. You can:
There are three kinds of actions that bring you wP: one-time actions like filling out your profile or creating your WebMeUp account. Repeatable actions that you can do many times or an unlimited number of times — like posting to our forums, for example. And there are seasonal, expiring actions. We offer them on special occasions and remove them in a few days. When you see those, you've got to act fast.
To see the full list of actions that bring you WebPoints, go to your account
Forums are the most proliferate and unlimited place to get more WebPoints. You can post and comment as much as you want. So when you're looking for more WebPoints, forums are a gold mine.
Forums wP rules:
New topics and comments
You earn wP when you post a new topic, or a new comment.
If someone thumbs-ups your content, you also earn points. If your content gets thumbs-down, you lose points.
If you vote for other people's content (either positively or negatively), you also earn points.
You do not lose points when voting for someone else. The only reason why you may lose points is when your content is removed as inappropriate, or when someone votes it down.
Deleted topics or comments
If your topic or comment is deleted by moderators, you lose points earned for posting that content. But the points you got because people voted for you, remain.
You can use wP to extend your free trial for 15 days. This costs 130 wP.
In your account, you have the list of suggested tasks that earn you WebPoints. As soon as you've got wP130 on your account, you'll see this task:
So as you see, when you get these 15 days and spend 130 wP, you also 15 wP back.
To see if this option is already available for you, go to your account.
You can also buy a monthly subscription for WebPoints instead of real money. A month’s subscription costs 250 wP.
When there's enough wP on your account, you'll see a link Pay with wP on the Plans & Prices page.
Each user with WebPoints has a chance to show up in the ratings. And this is not only a way to see where you stand among others.
Your listing in the rating features your name, profile picture, a link to your profile and a link to your company website.
So the top 50 folks on the rating get more visibility for their sites.
Simply shows the top 50 folks who earned the most WebPoints ever since they got registered. No matter how much you spend, you get into this rating based on your income, not your current balance.
Shows top 50 folks who've earned the most wP over the last 30 days. So if you've been inactive during a month, you may fall out of this rating.
Don't slow down, go straight to your account and score more WebPoints!