Work At Home Discussions. Are Some Missing The Point?

@re08dz (1941)
Australia
December 16, 2006 7:48pm CST
There's a lot of discusssions around covering working from home or online etc. And I will freely admit that I've participated in a few and have started one of my own. What I'd like to know though is how many actually read what the discussion is about, before just jumping in and adding their million and one links as to what they do online? Afterall there's no doubt a lot here that joined in the hopes of earning an extra dollar or two so for the most part already have their favourite programs/businesses etc.
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9 responses
• Canada
25 Feb 07
I think a lot of people read the first couple of lines of a discussion before adding their two cents, regardless of what the discussion is supposed to be about. I'm sure that if they slowed down long enough to read the entire discussion, and actually understand what the poster is asking, they'd rethink many of their responses. I make it a point to read the entire discussion before posting a response - ONLY if I feel I can add something to the discussion. If I can't add anything, why would I post a response just for the sake of posting? It's not going to enhance the discussion at all. It seems to me that far too many people are too wrapped up and obsessed with making money online. It's an easy way of making money to be sure, but it's not going to make you rich. You wanna get rich, play the damn lottery!
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@re08dz (1941)
• Australia
11 Mar 07
Your thoughts are much the same as mine - I've often read discussions that are pages long only to end up not responding as everything I've wanted to say has already been said. As far as referral links etc go - While I know there is money, and good money at that, to be made online, I think most of the problem stems from the fact that people want fast, easy money rather than having to work for it - and that's just not possible - to really earn online you need to work for it.
@Perry2007 (2229)
• Philippines
24 Feb 07
Yes, I also encountered such discussions, there were link i visited ans some joined but, havent really visited them. Earning on line needs some particular skill and not just like getting everybody to join you. I may perhaps get into an Item where links could be in a place where it is much more informative. So that when a prospective recruit joins he/she knows what he is joining for.
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• United States
24 Feb 07
I read the discussions no matter how long it is even though from time to time if there are a million comments left on it, then I just scam over top of it.I leave links related to the topic and usually will just ask someone to contact me if they want the link to whatever it is that I am talking about. I did join here just to make a few dollars, after all this is mylots pitch to get people here but I have made a lot of friends a long the way and I love mylot. I also post up questions about certain topics that I am writing an article about something on Associated Content, so Mylot helps me out in this are also.
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@Perry2007 (2229)
• Philippines
4 Jan 07
Yes, ther are several I tried too, But so far I like myLot, it's theraphiotic for me to just read and respond to discussions in here
@superbaaz (133)
• India
4 Jan 07
yeah we all here evry day about these work at home discussions and i am bored with that everyone is running to earn pennies no legi.work here or not proven or registered or have any guarantee about the program but i wud like to work some where down the line if has any good work out here.
• India
17 Dec 06
Discussion means sharing knowledge and sale the information through internet to some add team. good morning and have a nice day today this is my first comment.
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@mehale (2200)
• United States
2 Mar 07
I think that a lot of people simply type a response based on the title of the post or the first few lines instead of actually reading it and answering what was really asked. If more people would read the entire post before responding to it, there would be better discussions of topics here on myLot.
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@re08dz (1941)
• Australia
4 Mar 07
I'd have to agree with that - I think often the second you put earn online or work from home etc in a title you're just asking to receive a heap of referral links, whether you want them or they're relevant to the discussion or not.
• United States
11 Mar 07
LOL, I have seen some referral links in some discussions that made me go HUH? I think everyone is anxious to get referrals for their programs. I have added a few referral links here and there but usually someone was asking for them.
@manmaxman (850)
• India
19 Mar 07
this is wright that there are Some Missing The Point that we cant discussion that is the thing i also feel