How much do you make on myLot?

United States
June 16, 2009 6:46pm CST
I just joined myLot yesterday. It seems pretty fun and, since I'd be posting in forums anyway, I might as well do it somewhere where I can make a little bit of money. My question is how much do you make a month and how much time/effort does that require? I'm not trying to make a living off of myLot by any means, but it'd be nice to make a little extra spending money.
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• Argentina
17 Jun 09
I usually only make a few cents because I am not that active everyday but I am sure if I devout more time to it I could reach the total every month or so, it all depends on you and how much time your willing to put in, you can set your own goals for the week and see if you can reach them.
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@kryzell (921)
• Philippines
16 Jun 09
This really depends. Some days, when there are more interesting topics to respond to, I earn more, maybe because I get to share more inputs. But on days when there are no topics that interests me, i'd rather not respond. I have posted my Mylot latest earnings on my blog, just in case you wanna know :-) You can see my blog through my profile.
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• United States
17 Jun 09
My balance is currently $17.69, and I earned that since the start of this month. My main source of income on here is the tasks. If you feel that you can write well, and you enjoy doing that, the $2 tasks on here are great. Other than that, try to refer your friends to mylot, this will help to boost your earnings. Lastly, just post a lot of good discussions, and respond with the best answers you can. To answer your question about time, I'm on here about an hour to two hours per day, depending on how bored I am.
• United States
17 Jun 09
I've been looking to tasks today. I enjoy writing and I think I could do them well, but we'll see. The main issue I have is that I really don't know what they want, other than something positive about the keywords. I don't know what the article is going to be used for so I feel like I don't know what to write. I guess it'll just take practice.
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• United States
17 Jun 09
Well, I'll give you the format I always follow, and I've never gotten one rejected, so maybe this will help you a little. First Paragraph - History. If it's a specific brand, do a brief history of the company. If it's a general item (Bath Robes, Tractors, Antique Baby Carriages) then do something like when it was invented, who, why, stuff like that. For the second paragraph, talk about different types, sizes, models, colors. For the third paragraph, try to write about reviews. Say that one model got high ratings, list the features, compare it to others (positively), stuff like that. For the last paragraph, just relist the same points, use up any remaining keywords, and say that you can get it discounted if you buy it used or whatever. Make sure that you run it through a spell check when you're done. Best of luck to you!
• United States
17 Jun 09
Thanks! That's great advice. :) I'll keep that in mind.