Respond until you drop - posting against the hour..

rsvp - Please Respond R.S.V.P
@freesoul (3023)
Egypt
February 7, 2007 1:55pm CST
I really don't know, i see people saying they do 100+ quality posts daily in 4 hours?!!.. if they work like a machine making a post every 5 minutes (12 posts an hour) it will be 8 and a half hours to post 100 Actually it's hard to make a quality post every 5 minutes .. first finding the discussion, reading/understanding, thinking/writing then reading what you wrote before posting, etc.. I gave it a try and the best i was able to do is 10 responses per hour but it's not much fun.. I prefer taking my time not race against the hour.. What about you? ever done 100+ "quality posts" a day? how long does it take?
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@oarnamav (2708)
• India
8 Feb 07
All such users post a response just in five ten words. Not a quality writting at all. They take it as a bravery in just the number of posts. Few days before a user declared like this through his discussion that he posted 500 responses, I wondered and asked him the same question, I even said even if you take 2 minutes you have to work for 20 hours. The user did not make any comment on to this. Instead so many users were congratulted him about his work. I then entered his profile had a look to all the responses he posted, The work was just nothing but a garbage low quality & useless. You don't get confused or disturbed or disappointed by these cheaters and fraud people.
@silveysim (337)
• United States
8 Feb 07
I haven't but I want to get to the point I do 40 and build up to possible 100. But I want quality posts and to answer what I want, and interested in. I want quality discussion questions. I want to amuse, entertain, respect, and thoughtful answer and start important and people related discussions. I want them to know I put time and thought into what I wrote. I'm a little rushed. But, that's because of lack of time. I have a life that's a little overwhelming. This is break.
• United States
3 Mar 07
I've tried it. I don't think it's entirely possible. Just doesn't seem logical to me, but if people can pull that off within a few hours, then so be it. Personally, I don't think I can.
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@xelissa (777)
• New Zealand
8 Feb 07
Cheating is not the best policy, you could loose all the earnings you actually worked for over some stupid program or bot and I'm actually here for the debating/ chatting and meeting new people, making that little bit of extra cash is just a little bonus for me so I find it unfair for those who have a financial advantage. I have never done more than what 13 posts a day, simply because I know enough's enough for the day at mylot.
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@Bunny2 (2102)
• Australia
8 Feb 07
I agree with you and have often wondered how people say they manage 100 posts a day. My first thought is that they must be one word or one sentence replies. Like oyu point out - first you have to find the topic- and be passionate enough to formulate a decent reply. That usually takes me more than 54 minutes and I can type quickly. And if you decide to add a photo - you have to find it first. It's all time consuming. Beats me how they do it.
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• India
8 Feb 07
The highest I have gone in posting has been about 58 posts which was on my first day here.I know people in here who make 100 or even 120 posts per day but that is certainly not in the above mentioned 4 hours. I mean 4 hours? You got to be kidding me. I dont think anyone on myLot can go on that fast unless , ofcourse that person is using the copy / paste feature which becomes enabled after the completion of 500 posts. And for those people who post 100 plus posts sitting all day long (10 hours or more) , really thats a remarkable feat and hats off to them I had tried to go 100 posts on my first day here and I got tired after 50 which were not even concentrating on quality as much as I do now. So , for answering 100+ posts a day , I say it would take me two days to do the same and I don't even want to sit here for 10 hours and end up earning just $2 or $3 , it simply isnt worth the time spent.
• Philippines
8 Feb 07
I don't I can do 100+ quality posts a day. I have to sit in front of my computer for 24 hours in order to achieve that and unfortunately I don't have the time nor the energy to accomplish such a thing. Like you,I like taking my time when responding to discussions. I don't think of the money anymore. It takes away the fun for me if I kept thinking 'Oh,I need to reach this number so I could get two dollars!'
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• Canada
8 Feb 07
I have done 100 in a day ,but it took me all day to do it . Like you said it takes awhile to find one , then reading them , think about how you want to answer it and then type up your answer .
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@Pekachu (1114)
• United States
8 Feb 07
I agree its not much fun just to slap down some non sensical words just to make a couple pennies I enjoy reading and responding to a few interesting discussions rather than responding just to add up my points .I would go crazy responding a 100 times to stuff im not interested in
@anup12 (4180)
• India
8 Feb 07
Theya re super-humans I think.But whatever it is it is a praiseworthy thing to do and they must be encouraged and appreciated for their efforts.
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@sweetlady10 (3617)
• United States
7 Feb 07
I wonder the same. How can people make 100 quality post per day. For me it's hard to do 50 quality response. But people are doing and geting paid more than $2 daily. I have never reached $2. My average post is only 25 to 30 daily.
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@freesoul (3023)
• Egypt
7 Feb 07
I can do 30 or 40 responses a day even 50 or more but it does take me all day not just 4 hours.. as I work on a computer all day I just keep coming and going to mylot then I spend 2 or 3 hours of my free time too, we need to give time to reading and thinking or it will be mindless responses and can not be called "quality" just because it's a few lines long .. some people consider anything that is not short a "quality post" and this is so wrong..
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@aiguy01 (589)
• United States
8 Feb 07
Maybe they have a whole room full of people all logged in under the same id posting in some third world country sharing a single Paypal account. Or if they had multiple computers at home a family with a lot of children might make enough to feed itself this way. Or even work in shift 24 hours a day. I just tried logging on from two different computers and it let me in at least.
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@freesoul (3023)
• Egypt
9 Feb 07
Yes, i guess the USD is very high in some countries that some people are desperate for the mylot earnings and may try these techniques..
@bhawnam (1436)
• India
4 Mar 07
havent really done such exceptionally well work.. generally i post around 2-4 posts a day and occasionally also start my own discussions.. you can calculat my spee by just the fact that i've been on mylot for more than4 months and havent yet received 10 $.. :) but i think some day i will.. and that day is soon to come.
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@bhawnam (1436)
• India
15 Mar 07
:).. and that day has come.. mylot paid me 10.64$ i am very excited..
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@freesoul (3023)
• Egypt
15 Mar 07
Congratulations:) it sure took you a long time but you made it :) I hope you will be able to spend more time in mylot and post more :)
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@pmalinro (65)
• Romania
8 Feb 07
I think you have to be mad or very bored in order tot do 100+ posts/day . I also read about bots that find answers on internet inciclopedias and copy them here but the option for newly founded accounts stopped that .i
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@KHyuga (1700)
• Singapore
8 Feb 07
You would be surprised that many people here actually do this on a daily basis. Of course, not all of them would be quality posts.
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• Philippines
8 Feb 07
I am not yet sure if this is possible but I am on my way there. Infact, this is my immdeiate goal. Will post it if and when I accomplish the feat.
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@freesoul (3023)
• Egypt
9 Feb 07
OK, keep us updated.. good luck :)
@earning (141)
• United Kingdom
8 Feb 07
I've never tried, and never will, to make 100 posts in 4 hours or any other timescale. However, I think it would be possible. And for them to be quality posts. If you are a fast typist and if you pick up on discussions when they are new, then you can very quickly add in your pennyworth while it is still a fresh discussion. You just have to form an instant opinion, based on the 1-2 (if any) replies given already - or pick from the list of discussions without any response... and away you go. This only took a max of 2 minutes to stumble across it and type this for example.
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@freesoul (3023)
• Egypt
9 Feb 07
this still sounds hard to do, even if I can keep up with this speed for 4 hours I will be hallucinating at the end of it lol
@ukchriss (2103)
7 Feb 07
The most I have done is about 30 in a day, and thats not been easy. I usually earn around $0.50 a day and thats with 3 refurals as well! What with rating and picking best responces how on earth do people find the time to do 100+ "quality posts" a day?
@freesoul (3023)
• Egypt
9 Feb 07
it seems that your referrals are not active and this is a common problem :( I think you should be making more than $0.50 a day because you do post quality discussions and responses :)
@minerc (1373)
• United States
7 Feb 07
I don't stress about it, I try to do quality post's but I also do post on thing's that I want to know about or just to get someone else's input. I have never done post just to get them out. I enjoy Mylot and responding to people and getting feedback so I don't really stress about how many I need to get out or respond to.
@freesoul (3023)
• Egypt
7 Feb 07
Yes this is how I feel about it, I'm just curious about what these people are bragging about all over mylot's discussions..
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@loved1 (5336)
• United States
7 Feb 07
I am not sure you could do 100 quality posts without using the copy & paste function. I can't even think that fast. I could maybe go through and answer 100 stupid "one word reply" posts, but I would not consider them quality. I am like you. I prefer to enjoy my time here. It is not like we are making a ton of money anyway.
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@freesoul (3023)
• Egypt
7 Feb 07
Yes I see people copying a response from the same discussion and posting it again as theirs.. they get reported and deleted as most serious mylot members read every post to their discussions.. one words replies also gets deleted and it will decrease their star rate and they will not be paid much for it anyway.
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@disvachic (10121)
• United States
16 Mar 07
I dont even keep count of how many discussions i do.I am just here for fun and people.Those doing all those post in an hour,more power to them!
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@nana1944 (1367)
• United States
13 Feb 07
I would never attempt that many. I do paid emails so I have to give that its fair share of time. I have also been packing to move to a real small town about twenty miles from here. It is in the hills and it is population of about 8 people. A small ranching community I lived in when my daughter was about five years old and she is forty three now. (Gulp) I have a hard time seeing where the years have gone. But my daughter and three of her children are moving to a house down there. My oldest granddaughter and her precious baby boy are moving into a small house right beside me. My daughter will be a couple of blocks away. So I am anxious to get packed.