How are desired by all the referrals!

@alberello (4755)
Italy
June 19, 2012 8:48pm CST
How are desired by all the referrals! Sure, we all, in the earning sites, we would like to have "tons". Unfortunately it is not known at all easy to find, or rather, to convince people to join our earning sites. I am enrolled in 3 different earning site, but I have not even a direct referral! All my gain I can only get it as a "fruit" of my effort alone! I speak of course of direct referrals, certainly not those that are rented or you can buy in different sites. of these referrals, I've had disappointing experiences.
8 responses
@Mashnn (4503)
20 Jun 12
I have paid several times for referral but for those I paid for, none of them is active right now. The active referrals that I have in different websites just sign up by themselves through my blog. I have learned a lesson and I will never pay again for referrals.
@alphenor (687)
• Philippines
20 Jun 12
Do not participate on online jobs with referral programs at all (except myLot and the like).
@alberello (4755)
• Italy
20 Jun 12
Well, you just think that in NEOBUX, I have spent 60 cents for rent 3 referrals. In one month I earned the "beauty" of only 1/10 than the total cost, which is 6 cents!
@Mashnn (4503)
20 Jun 12
As I have said, I have learned my lesson the hard way. It is a waste of time and money.
@toniganzon (48524)
• Philippines
20 Jun 12
I don't actually like getting referrals because i don't have friends who are interested on online earnings. All of them are caught up with their offline life they don't have time to spend in front of the pc. I'm not good at getting referrals so i work on my own.
@alberello (4755)
• Italy
20 Jun 12
Ah, Ok then you are doing something like me
• United States
25 Jun 12
Toniganzon, the hardest people to get to be your referrals are your family and friends. These people more than likely are already doing other things in their life and don't want to feel pressured. Just tell them minimal information like how you got $10 free on the internet and they will ask you questions. Let them come to you. Don't chase your referrals.
@dansazz (1059)
• United States
20 Jun 12
It is very hard indeed to get referrals, which in some cases makes no sense at all. As it is easy to sign up for a site.
@alberello (4755)
• Italy
20 Jun 12
I know that at the present day, what we gain can only be the result of our efforts.
• Philippines
20 Jun 12
for me getting referrals is so hard to do, when i joined some referral program i failed to earn there :(
@alberello (4755)
• Italy
20 Jun 12
Well, maybe it's just easier for my skepticism, but I never believed in the programs, which will allocate referrals to you for free.
@DoctorDidi (7030)
• India
23 Jun 12
Recently I am trying very hard to get direct referrals and all in exchange of sites. I think exchange of sites is the best way to get direct referrals. I am always ready to do it with anyone in mylot.
@subhojit10 (7384)
• India
20 Jun 12
yeah it is very much difficult to convince people to join the online earning sites. Initially we get a nod from them to join these sites, but what happens next is what we all are very much familiar
• United States
20 Jun 12
What worked best for me is making a blog about making money online with my referral links and promoting the blog. I used free traffic exchange sites and even got a link on the ClixSense grid. I had to stop diving myself crazy over referrals and tried to spend time on the site to make the earnings on my own. There are days where I get no referrals from my blog and there are days where I get a hand full. Having referrals do the work for you is really awesome but at the same time you can't depend on them because they are not always active. I just started doing rented referrals and had them for about 15 days so no bad experiences yet. I wish you good luck on finding Active Direct Referrals.
@alphenor (687)
• Philippines
20 Jun 12
It has been difficult to participate in referral programs since after networkers abused this. People are now doubtful of every single person who tries to "recruit" him/her into some company.