Assumption on myLot referred users
May 6, 2007 8:35am CST
Hi everyone! I have been advertising myLot and about 10 users already signed up from my referral link. I've just noticed that those who read the my first advertisement which said stuff like earn while you post has lesser post (5-40) count compared to people who read the second advertisement which said that it's sort of a social network like Friendster, myspace, etc had more posts. My assumption: 1.) People who expected to earn money here got frustrated for not getting instant earnings (even if I placed a notice on my blog that earnings are updated once a day). 2.) People like to participate more on social networks and thinks paying websites are scam. What do you think?
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6 May 07
1. Mylot is not a paid per post forums . It pays for the quality of contribution . It is not possible to decide the quality of the posts immeadiately after the posting . Hence showing of instant earnings is not possible here . 2. Let me assure you and your referrals that Mylot has been really paying to its contributing members since August 2006 . And you can believe that this site is a genuine paying site . I was paid four times from Myl;ot and you can see one of my earnings prrof here : http://www.mylot.com/w/image/1279182.aspx
6 May 07
One can not blame the referrals for the kind of thinking they have. First of all, most of them would have been fed up with the promises they have been made to by so many scammers. They are plenty on Internet. I just wonder why there is no law or law maintaining agency to prevent it. This is the reason why they want quick results and quick payment. Many of the sites pay initially and then they stop or delay. Now adays, they are preferring the sites that pay without any minimum conditions imposed and they pay immediately. This is why, sites where they can ask for payments of $0.1 are great hits.
6 May 07
I think your second assumption is a reasonable one but I also think that a number of people come in out of curiosity, sign up to try Mylot and find it's not for them before really giving it a chance. I, for instance have had a lot of people with 0 or 1 point requesting to be on my friends list. I won't entertain these requests unless I see that they've been actively posting discussions and responding to some of mine. Therefore, I think some get despondent and leave the site. That's ok, because they're not willing to work anyway, for their earnings. Brightest Blessings.
• United States
7 May 07
I did not join mylot to make money I joined for the interaction I read alot but don't often post. I think there alot of people like me if you present it as an interactive site with a diverse membership I think you will get better responses.