Supporting Fellow myLotters Biz-Ops

@anniepa (27238)
United States
October 15, 2007 11:57pm CST
We here at myLot have lots of fun and have lots of friends and chat about lots of different things, one of which is "Making Extra Money". So, at the risk of having this discussion deleted, although I really don't know why it should be, would you support one of your myLot friends or even a fellow myLotter not on your friends list if: 1/ You wanted or needed a certain product and/or service and you knew a myLotter was selling it? 2/ You were thinking about signing up for a program you knew a myLotter was promoting? 3/ You were interested in earning money from home and a myLotter could show you some good ways to do so? 4/ You were looking for ways to market a program you're in and a myLotter could help you out.? I'm not saying anyone at myLot should, or has the right to expect fellow members to buy everything and anything they may be selling; I'm just talking about a kind of "professional courtesy" myLotters could give to one another as in if a myLot friend and a total stranger online are both offering the same exact thing that you're in the market for and everything else were equal, would you support the myLotter over the stranger? Annie
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@pismeof (855)
• United States
16 Oct 07
I have found who I like to consider one of my best internet friend's because of some offers .I think if you know of a Mylotter that promotes a particular product or business it doesn't hurt to take a look and you may end up creating a long term relationship which is an added benefit.
• United States
16 Oct 07
I totally agree with you. Why not make friends at the same time.
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@Destiny007 (5820)
• United States
16 Oct 07
Only if the business stood up to some rather intense due diligence would I consider any business. To answer more directly, given those circumstances... of course I would consider it. I am very business shy right now after having been burned many times, and a couple looked to be guaranteed winners. I am extremely skeptical of anything right now, and although I do have a couple on the back burner until I can afford to do them, they are also going to be re-evaluated before I do anything with them. Part of these online communities is about relationship building, and a real business is built on relationships.
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@anniepa (27238)
• United States
30 Nov 07
I agree completely about a business being built on relationships. I've been trying my hand at home businesses for a few years now and I've found there are so many Internet marketers these days that promote and recruit like crazy but then if they get you in their downline you can't depend on them for any support or advice and I couldn't or wouldn't do business like that. When you think about it that's another reason for someone on myLot to support someone else here...let's face it, if you joined a program under me, for instance and I turned out to be one of those sefish "absentee" sponsors you'd have every right and reason to warn everyone else here about me. Annie
• United States
16 Oct 07
When I am looking for a new program to join I check here first. I would rather support some one here than to just be put under a random person. I think it is good to look into a program before joining it and when I come here I can get some info before I get into it.
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• United States
16 Oct 07
I would love for people not just mylotters to support what I do from home. I have a work from home business with a business that I promote. I am one of the lucky one that has found something that I really love doing and make money at the same time. And I would love to share it with people. Not because it is my business but because it is legit and I hate to see all over the internet how people have put so much money into nothing and bogus promises. I want to show people that there is really a way to make money from home. And I want to help. Because I was in the position that I wish someone would have helped me.
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