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Here's a link to the point system. You can also find it on your points page.
In terms of the "levels" that you mentioned, it depends if you are paying or non payinger member. "Rainer" means non paying, so their blog is not public (so neither google nor your customers can see it. "Rainmaker" means your blog is public...these members are either paying and/or have made it to 500,000 pts and now they have earned free membership.
"Ambassador" is a subsegment of Rainmakers. They have volunteered to help the community and people can call/ask them q's/advice on AR.
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Good answers here.
Well, I am sure you know it by now!
The simple answer would be: it is a mess!
Yet, here is a link to the latest point system:
My advice for you: call someone. Ideally, Ambassadors are here to help you. But you can call anyone who has a lot of experience. Btw, right now, there is a contest:
Call someone, write a blog about your conversation. In addition to your regular 200-300 points ( the more likes and comments, the higher points for every post) , you'll get 500 points for participation! Call 5 members, write 5 blogs= you'll learn a lot and will make a lot of points. Good luck!
Debbie Gartner answered it perfectly. We also call each other Rainers for short and that includes anyone in the system regardless of paid status or public reach. It is a term of endearment I use. I love my fellow Rainers.
Debbie Gartner explained the point system perfectly.
The rainer, rainmaker, ambassador etc. have nothing to do with points. They are simply different membership categories.