Keeping referrals active.

@megamatt (14333)
United States
December 6, 2010 3:17pm CST
I think that might be the hardest part of every website. I get some good referrals that remain active. It is mildly difficult to get people to sign up for various things but doable. The problem is past a month or two, they stop being active. I guess that is just simple human nature, as people lose interest in things very quickly. I think about one out of about every ten or so referrals are going to stay active past the first month.
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@2EarnMoney2 (1163)
• United States
7 Dec 10
There are many variables that affect how active your referrals are. Sadly a lot of them are things you can't control. Site's minimum payout and possibilities to earn each day are the largest two, in my opinion that is. Many people determine if a site is worth sticking with when they get first payment. Since you can only show/teach people what and how to earn with each the amount of time to do so varies from person to person and site to site. So this may be part of what you are seeing with people only staying active for a month. The number of things you can control that can help them stay active is fairly large though. Incentives to join and stay active, full reviews before they join, updates about site, confidence in the site, and most importantly with direct contact (on site, IM's, E-mail etc etc). If they know what they are getting into before joining it can really improve the chances of activity. Join a site with confidence, knowing the regular ways to earn and having direct contact with your up line who can answer any questions you have any of that greatly increase chances you will stay active and happy using the site. Combine it all for your referrals and make it easy on them.
@megamatt (14333)
• United States
7 Dec 10
Yes this can keep some people around. However many still do depart, even if you give them a helping hand. As you said, there are many factors and a lot of them is just tied to them deciding that this is not an opportunity for them. Thank you for your response. It is much appreciated and it contributed to the topic well. Have a nice day and thanks.