I am thinking of quitting Mylot!!!

@amirev777 (3936)
India
November 17, 2007 11:11am CST
Hi! I m thinking of quitting mylot-of course it is said that winners never quit and quitters never win-but this month has really been very bad as far as earning on mylot is concerned-i wont be able to make even a dollar this month-what shud i do?
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9 responses
@Riptide (2761)
• United States
22 Nov 07
If you are trying to earn money,this is not the place to be. But look at it as something fun to do and a way to connect with people and by doing so,earn a few pennies on the side. You can look for something more lucrative,but stay with mylot for a little relaxation and away time. You might even be able to connect with people that will have good ideas or suggestions for you to earn money online.So I would stay and see what develops.
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@amirev777 (3936)
• India
22 Nov 07
Hi! yeah thanx for the advice and encouragement-i think bcoz of encouraging response from people like u i have decided to continue with mylot for some more time.
@laura20 (129)
18 Nov 07
Hello Amirev, I understand what you are saying about the slow increase to your earnings during the last month. However, I would particularly love it if you would stay with Mylot (at least for the forseeable future) because I regard you as a good 'web' friend. From my part, I am going to revert to instigating new discussions, once more.
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@amirev777 (3936)
• India
19 Nov 07
Hi Laura! yeah thank you too for being such a dear friend-in fact i will be going back to sea,this december end-so when i am on my sea voyages i want be able to do mylotting at all.In fact i am doing my chief engineer's course,thats the reason i am on land for so long otherwise i m usually at sea for 3 months and on land for another three.since i dnt get paid when i m ashore i was looking for some opportunities to make some money-but i knw Mylot is not the place-but i wnt stop mylotting for friends like you!
@Postrock (273)
• Italy
20 Nov 07
you shouldnt think at this site as a way to make money..just stay as long as you are having fun. If you want to make money just go search a part time job.
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@joahnna18 (368)
• Philippines
19 Nov 07
It's very hard to earn a dollar here. I just spend spare time to post here and making friends to other mylotte. I'm very happy that you can meet friends you just post and join discussion and you get paid.
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@carolscash (9500)
• United States
17 Nov 07
While it is true that you won't make a lot of money here, it is a nice site to come to and talk with friends, give your opinion, and just see what others have to say about something. If you are just here for the money, then I would say that you are best to move on as this is not where you will make a lot of money. I don't think that I will make payout this month, but I enjoy this site and I have made some extra money so I am happy with it.
@gradyslady (4055)
• United States
17 Nov 07
I don't know if I would quit, but that's completely up to you. I've been slacking on here this month so I know what you're talking about not even making a dollar and all, but I wouldn't quit because it's so easy to just sit here for an hour and make a dollar or two. So it's completely up to you.
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@foxyfire33 (10009)
• United States
18 Nov 07
Well then I suppose you should quit. You have only made 162 posts since you started. That is not a lot, I can do that in one week and I don't have tons of free time. I have made over $8 this month. BUT more importantly, I have made several new friends in addition to the friends I already had. I have learned things I never would have learned if not for mylot. I have had a good time. Money isn't important. If you want money, quit mylot and find a place that will pay you what you need. If you want a nice place to talk about things, stay here and enjoy it.
@amirev777 (3936)
• India
18 Nov 07
how much time do you spend a day?i spend about half an hour-thats all i can spend-but i start atleast 1 discussions every day and i check out allthe replies i get in a day-i rate them and respond to most of them which i find are really worthy of replying-there are some posts which are bit rude and brash and some advice that really hits u below ur belt,which i dont feel like replying-i dont want to tell u which category ur response comes under-coz i dont want u to feel bad-i never respond to discussions in which i will have to use some words that can hurt others!!
@foxyfire33 (10009)
• United States
18 Nov 07
I don't know how my response was "below the belt". I simply sated a few facts, it wasn't negative at all. I don't spend a lot of time here just a few minutes here and there through out the day. 162 posts isn't a lot, I'm not being mean, it just simply isn't a lot of posts.
@amirev777 (3936)
• India
20 Nov 07
I didnt say that ur response hit me below my belt-but it was not very encouraging either.But i must admit you are a superman since you can post 16o+posts in just a week and that too spending a minimumtime on net!
@laurika (4536)
• United States
27 Nov 07
If you are here for monye then you really better quit, because you are nto gonna earn much here , or at least not those money you can live from. But if you have nothing to do, it is nice to be here and be part of this community. If you are looking just for extra cash, maybe you should find some referrals , who will enjoy to write here. Also i have seen you didn't response to many discussion in that one month.
@amirev777 (3936)
• India
28 Nov 07
Yeah i know that this is not the place to earn money-newayz i m a sailor so i will go back to sea in december,so no chance of me getting any chance for mylotting for another 6 months-but next time i come back from sea i m syrely going to find something which can fetch me some money coz i dnt get paid when i mnot sailingbesides i have lot of time at my disposal.
@shakeroo (3990)
• Malaysia
19 Nov 07
If you are thinking of the earnings and if you are thinking about making a dollar a day then my Lot is not for you. This is more for sharing ideas and stories among members and the earnings are just bonuses that sometimes can even be a conversational piece.