I've also contemplated creating a mockup of a tiering system which ties to the personality traits which we deem important to the company, resulting in 5 levels which don't seem to indicate increased importance.
For example: 0-99 points might be "curious", 100-199 points could be "responsible",200-399 points could be "driven", and so on.
Would really appreciate feedback and sharing as to how you handled for your implementation.
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Here's one (a common one, to start) from one of our clients:
Master Contributor 501-1000 Senior Contributor 501-500 Contributor 101-500 Junior Contributor 5-100 Newbie 0-4
Pretty boring, but serves their initial needs of getting people to not be a newbie.
Here are the corresponding point awards:
Posting or responding to forum threads 2 Correctly answered forum thread questions 4 Helpful responses to forum thread questions 2 Creating new documents 4 Creating new blog posts 3
This is ours. We have a number of Superheroes in the system but it remains a title that requires a lot of participation to attain which is what we wanted. “Player” is a fun point for people to get to – they seem to like that title so it encourages them to move up. We chose “Citizen” as our starting point because we didn’t want anything that reflected on knowledge (that’s true for all the titles). We also have a notion of inviting people to become citizens of our community so it fit well with that.
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What Status level settings (aka Reputation point settings) did you use?
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