I work on Mylot from a Cyber Cafe,I cant earn more because the systems are awful

India
March 12, 2012 9:57am CST
I dont have a system. I have tried many cyber cafes but all the same.If the systems are good they charge too high and i end up earning nothing,I cant afford a PC yet.How to overcome this problem?
4 responses
@varier (5699)
• Indonesia
12 Mar 12
Use internet connection on your office? :P Nah, just kidding :p Using another device to access internet, such as cell phone, should solve the problem. And I think the price of cell phone and the internet plan should be cheaper and more affordable than a PC..
• India
13 Mar 12
I dont work in any office. I have my own small business. But i cant afford a PC yet. I am forced to go to cyber cafes which is expensive.But for the time being i have no option but to put up with it.
@varier (5699)
• Indonesia
13 Mar 12
If your focus is at the earning, and the earning is not worth it (the cyber cafe's fees might higher than your earning), then I think you shouldn't force yourself..
@sajeevking (5080)
• Mumbai, India
12 Mar 12
you can try mylotting from mobile i wasn't able to post using old mobile phones but the was able to with the new one i own samsung galaxy ace as was able to post from it
• India
13 Mar 12
No the screen is too small and its hard to handle. It strains the eyes and is slow .I think i will have to put up with this system for a few more months
• Singapore
17 Mar 12
Actually, you can buy a second hand laptop or PC. It should be relatively cheap these days. Then use any free wireless spot that you can find in your neighbourhood if you don't have any Internet access. No point going to a cyber cafe for that.
@magtibaygom (4864)
• Philippines
16 Mar 12
Take a look at this solution: If you examine MyLot's compensation, we are allowed to earn a percentage of how much our referrals make here in MyLot. If you cannot make a profit by working more by yourself, then why not use the leverage of referring more people here and earning more from your referrals? A billionaire once said, "I would rather earn 1% from 100 people's effort than to earn 100% off my own efforts." Now, can you see the light in that?