Why do people join paying programs and do not stick arond and participate ?

@anetteh (3591)
Sweden
May 3, 2008 3:58am CST
I do get referrals in some of my paying programs I am a member of. But most of them do not stay active and do not participate more than the very first time when they join. After that I do not see them being active anymore. It make´s me wonder why they do join in the first place and I also get some frustrated about it, since you pay some time and efforts to promote those programs. How do you feel about people joining your paying programs and not stay active?, why do you think they join and do not stay active?.
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@aswinbio (174)
• India
3 May 08
i think many websites do not pay properly and that is the reason people do not stay active...
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@anetteh (3591)
• Sweden
4 May 08
I just can not understand why sing up to a program and not participate, you can not earn if you do not learn...and, every thing about the programs say´s on the web page that they do sign up in. They should know if they read properly that it is not a rich over night program....and that they do have to participate in order to earn. If that is not what they want they should not sign up. But in the end, You can not do anything about it, can you, just keep promote and smile. Thank you for responding.
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@elemental69 (1562)
• Ireland
3 May 08
I find that very frustrating. I have a total of 19 referrals here at mylot in the last 6 months or so but I have only earned a total of 6c. Most of just join and dont do anything....
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@anetteh (3591)
• Sweden
4 May 08
Yes, You are right. Thats why I did start this topic, to find out if I was alone to feel frustrated by those who join any programs and do nothing. You spend a lot of time promoting something and nothing you get back of it. Just a number of refs who do nothing. thank you for responding.
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@jayalaksmi (1041)
• India
3 May 08
yes i have also found these type of things over the net and its a reality of the net. Change is the paintbrush of future and so i think they need change and can't stick to one place only. But this results in waste of time and also resources both for you and them.
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@anetteh (3591)
• Sweden
3 May 08
thank you for responding, I guess you have a point it that.
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@s2a2n2 (1732)
• India
3 May 08
Even I am facing the same issue. But, the thing to consider is everyone does not have the same intensity as we do have. I observed this is the reason why they don't be active. They do show lot of intensity while joining but after joining they just don't show the same intensity. It hurts us sometimes but got to continue out stuff. So, cheers and keep posting and have fun!
@usreal (50)
• Spain
3 May 08
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@anetteh (3591)
• Sweden
3 May 08
If you join and never participate, i think they did not even consider to do anything. So why bother signing up?. I do not get it. Wast of time on their part, and wast of time on my part. However, if many sign up, I am doing a great job of promoting, even though, they are no god to me if they do not participate. Thank you for responding.
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@andrix (95)
• Indonesia
3 May 08
I think it's because the site wasn't interesting to them anymore. Some ptp i partisipate but i don't login anymore because i starting to think that its a scam.
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@anetteh (3591)
• Sweden
3 May 08
You got a point...thank´s for responding.
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@sophialin (2678)
• China
3 May 08
oh anetteh,i have the same problem with you.i have over 1000 referrals here.but only 3 to 4 referrals are active every day on average. there are many reasons inside.one may be they don't learn everything about the paying programs before they sign up,also including their purpose of joining it.that may the main reason why they give up easily.
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@jesbellaine (4157)
• Philippines
3 May 08
Well, maybe because they are not really into it or they have other things to do. I referred 3 people already and only 1 is active. THe other two can't really be an active here right now since they are busy on a project though they visit from time to time.
@anetteh (3591)
• Sweden
4 May 08
Perhaps they get disappointed when the program do not pay their expectations. I do not know. But I am glad I am not alone having the problem of refs who no longer stay and participate. Thank you for responding and have a great Sunday.
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• Philippines
6 May 08
yes, true indeed. They maybe disappointed that is why they are leaving or not really active in the site.
@suruchi86 (1873)
• India
4 May 08
I also have experienced the same problem. It may be due to lack of discipline, not getting the returns as per the expectations and sometimes programs not paying properly in time. So, i feel before soliciting the referrals, we should check the program for payment track record.
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@derek_a (10903)
4 May 08
I have always found the same problem. I guess the only way around this is to keep getting as many referrals as possible, some of them will stay with the program. When I get a new referral, where possible I tend to message them a few times, first of all welcoming them to the program and giving them hints of how to build a downline themselves and sending them to my blog and website. Then if they remain inactive, I message them asking them if they are having any problems I can help them with. If there is still no response, then they are probably not going to become active. It is surprising how many people think that they will earn money automatically, and this is not going to happen. Persistence is the key to building an active downline.
@Asylum (46765)
• Manchester, England
4 May 08
It can be difficult to assess the potential of a site until you start to use it, so many people enrol in order to cgeck the site out. Very soon they decide that the site does not appeal to them and they simply do not bother any more. I have 54 referrals here at Mylot, from which only 2 are partly active and numerous have never even made a single post.
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@anetteh (3591)
• Sweden
4 May 08
My only two refs here, have never started. But that is their lost. I am about to reach my second payout here, and I have been here every day, some day I just send one reply or a couple and some days I spend more time and earn more. I like Mylot, it is a god way if you like to write a lot. I like to write a lot, I also get a lot of practicing of my English which I no longer use regularly. And I found it enjoyable. It is sad when you promote and get refs who never bother with a free and easy way of earning money to extend your monthly budget. Thank you for responding and have great Sunday, in Sweden it is a sunny one.
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@maliki2 (255)
• United States
3 May 08
Well I think alot of people join them, thinking they may sound great, but alot of the paid programs turn out to be more hope than promise. Alot of people realize after joining that its not the right fit or right payout, for those specific people, so they quit and leave.
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@anetteh (3591)
• Sweden
4 May 08
Yes, I guess they get a bit disappointed when the program do not keep their promises....and do not stick with it. thank you for Responding and have a great Sunday
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@robert19ph (4586)
• Philippines
3 May 08
I think one reason is most people are looking for easy money. If there is a program, you won't know if the thing is real unless you register. so most of them registered and once they are in, they found out it's not the one the are looking for, and they lost interest. They then look for other opportunity out there. I also have five referrals here and they are not active. Some tried a few post but after a few days they give up and look for other things to do. It will take passion and perseverance to be here day in and day out to earn a few cents but as long you are challenge and enjoy what you are doing you keep going on.
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@reinydawn (11651)
• United States
12 May 08
The same things happens to me - on both ends. I have people that sign up under me and don't stick with it, but I have also been the person that signed up and fizzled out. I know that sometimes I think a progam will be what I'm looking for and for one reason or another I will lose interest in it. It happens to us all, and you really need to not let it get to you.
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• United States
4 May 08
I used to become a referral for some friends but as I only did it because I didn't want to hurt their feelings I really did not participate very much at all. Now I never become a referral for anyone and I NEVER ask any of my friends to be one for me as I hate for them just to feel obligated to accept.
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@BYOLA2871 (4376)
• South Africa
4 May 08
yes some of these people usually come into these programs with unrealistic ideas,especially hoping to make some money without much efforts and this they find out is not possible once they are in the program so they simply abandon the program,some are outrightly impatient,while others dont even get to read what they have to do to achieve their plans,while some are simply passer bys,i hope i have given you some reasons.?i really feel people need to know what they are getting into before jumping in.
@anetteh (3591)
• Sweden
4 May 08
Your last response, I really feel people need to know what they are getting into before jumping in. Make sense and I feel the same. I also wish people would consider and read about the program before they do join. Absolutely they should. But when you surf in a TE, you do not have the time to read before joining, I guess thats why many join, and never participate. Thank you for responding, and have a great day
• Canada
16 May 08
I think that people give up on paying programs, because they don't think they pas enough, or they don't think they pay fast enough. It doesn't make sense to me, as I read about the program, and research it before I bother joining. If it is somehing I want to stick with, I will join, and be a willing participant. Then there are other people who have a good reason because they become busy with work or family.
@rhane7315 (5674)
• Philippines
6 May 08
i guess they don't like some of the sites that we refer to them that's why they do it
• India
5 May 08
Hi anetteh! I understand your reason for being disappointed with people like that; But, I believe that,without bringing people forcibly to join under you,if you can reach to the ones who themselves are interested in things such as those,you would stand a better chance of finding referral who won't leave after just registering; Earlier, I used to bring people in to join the sites but these days,I seldom give them the links untill they themselves shows any interest on their own; This way,I am getting true referrals in comparison to many inactive ones.
• United States
5 May 08
Well one reason is that they are very impatient. I joined one program that there's no way anybody can get bored or impatient,and the referrals i bought 445 ea 99.9% of the referrals participate. Now on the other hand one program i joined i also paid for referrals 25 ea and not one participated, so i really thing that those are the chances you take when you try to trust other the anture of the beast.