What Happened to Reach?
Twitter recently shut off API access to a large number of apps, including legacy apps like CoPromote. Most shares on CoPromote are made through Twitter, so this was impactful. Read more about it here: https://www.engadget.com/twitter-shut-off-its-free-api-and-its-breaking-a-lot-of-apps-222011637.html.
Without API access, CoPromote can't determine when shares are made or how many people they reached. As a result, we have been forced to switch to a reputation-based system. You gain reputation by sharing and when you get positive feedback ("thumbs up") for a share. You lose reputation when your content is shared. You take a bigger hit in reputation when you get negative feedback ("thumbs down") for a share.
Existing CoPromote members are starting with a reputation that is the difference between their lifetime shares and the number of times their content has been shared (but not less than 1 point). New CoPromote members start with 1 reputation point. Please read the updated "how it works" document here: https://www.copromote.com/how_it_works.
While we still have all reach history from when we started the new CoPromote in 2018, we don't have any choice but to stop using reach at this time. Thank you for your understanding.