how???

@roanne05 (1292)
Oman
May 17, 2008 5:16am CST
how do you make a lot earnings???is it from the number of discusions/comments you've made? i am just curious, does it have to do on how long your response is? or anything?
2 responses
@paid2write (5202)
17 May 08
Its not just about numbers. If you start a lot of discussions but get no responses you don't earn from them. If your discussions get many responses your earnings will increase. When you write responses you need to make them of good quality and length and don't just write two or three words. I think the best way to find out is to keep posting and see how your own earnings are added each day and what works best for you.
@tigertang (1750)
• Singapore
18 May 08
Mylot is actually hard work. You need to be able to post alot and you need to post decently. In the last few months before reaching my first pay-out, I found that I was working on a 1 cent per posting theory and made it a point of trying to ram in at least 10 postings a night. I made pay out, it was exciting but I wouldn't recamend doing it again because you can burn out. I found that after earning consistently for a month or so, I would stay away from Mylot for about 3-months or so until I was interested in Mylot again. This was one of the reasons why I took longer than I should have to reach payout. I don't know how payout is made on pay-per-post basis but I've found that I've been far more efficient by posting better. In other words I don't always make 10 post a night, but the post I write are longer and on topics I either feel strongly about, which makes posting decent things alot easier. It also helps if you get someone who holds diametrically opposing views to yours - once you get into an argument, you make things more interesting and so the earnings go up. The magic of Mylot as with other sites is of course in the referals. I've had no luck with referals but can you imagine being able to earn ontop of what you're already earning without having to work so hard at it?
@kristih (25)
• United States
11 Jul 09
I know that this is a year old but I have the same question. I do know that when I signed up I responded to a couple questions and the next day I had two cents in my account. I would really like to know more about the earnings potential we have here. The site is wonderful and everybody is so helpful.