What does Yuwie need?
February 18, 2008 9:00pm CST
I have used Yuwie for about 2 months now and I can see a big problem. Although I have over 100 referrals, as little as 10 are currently active! Only about 2 very active, & nobody can use it like I can! I mean, I enjoy Yuwie, but these results seem pretty common, and surprising, if you consider the earning power in the picture. Whats the problem? Why don't people use it properly?
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19 Feb 08
The problem is Yuwie isn't an interesting site in my view: they expect members to talk about topics centered on Yuwie and when you look at it, almost all topics of conversations, blog contents, etc, are about making money or who gets the most referrals, etc. The very little money Yuwie pays you to use it doesn't justify spending your life on Yuwie either...
23 Feb 08
Yes,as you say that I registered a Yuwie yesterday,and I found that I don't understand how to use it and when I upload pictures or do some other things,it always remind me that there is something wrong.Istead,mylot is more interesting,here ,I can also practice my English,and I can communicate my ideas with many people ,I really like it.
13 Mar 08
I used to agree, but lately I have now noticed the content and activity building up nicely. In fact my referrals have become more active and now there are a few clubs that you can really spend some time in! The sites speed is also MUCH faster than it was before! I think it will be OK
• United States
2 Mar 08
I would use Yuwie a lot more often if it wasn't so slow loading! They had a conference call last week that I was lucky to be able to attend. The problem regarding the slow loading site was brought up. The Y guy said he didn't have any problems on his end, but did give other addresses to try. Like yuwie.net ww2.yuwie.com (which I just tried and they don't load any faster) I had to leave before the conference call ended, so I don't know if anything was mentioned about looking into the problem. As far as only having 10 out of 100 referrals active, I'd say that's a pretty good percentage! You're going to get curiosity seekers when something is free. Or they just don't have the time to figure the site out. My daughter signed up and told me it was confusing. Well, she doesn't like to take the time to read through things. Again, if the site loaded faster I'd sit down with her and teach her how to navigate the site.
3 Mar 08
Seriously? I thought the slowness was totally fixed a few days ago. Basically, their load balancer was not working. So if ww1 is slow, you can change to ww4, ww3, or ww2... With 4 being the fastest. But I did think the load balancer was all up and going again by now.. For me at least, Yuwie is 100 times fatser than it ever was now. And yeah, I still think they could simplify the site.. Too many people just leave without really trying it out. But they are used to super easy sites like Facecrook.
• United States
19 Feb 08
Free is good, so most people will sign up for anything free, even if they don't come back. I know I'm guilty. Those that are genuinely interested will come back and see what the fuss is all about, but I think most of the general population fall into the first category. I have 43 referrals and am in contact with each of them frequently, have great blogs that provide a lot of help, and am genuinely a good sponsor. None of that does a bit of good if they never come back after signing up, because they'll never see it. At least 2/3 of my downline fits this profile.
19 Feb 08
Yuwie is a new socializing network and the first of its kind that pays the users. For some people it sounds too good to be true. People want more concrete proofs that their friends are actually earning this and that much from yuwie before they can be persuaded. Unfortunately, very few people are serious enough about it. It's pretty simple, just invite 3 friends who will invite 3 and so on and so forth. But most people believe in what they see.