I have signed up with at least 34 sites to make money!

@K46620 (1994)
United States
May 12, 2009 10:05am CST
I wonder if that's too many? I started in December 2008 making money online. Early on I read something that said the more sites you join, the more you will make. I'm now with 34 sites and I'm afraid my attention to each site is spread too thin. Some of these sites, like Pickjack and even myLot, don't pay very much compared to the others. I'm thinking I've signed up for too many, especially since there are at least a dozen new sites I would like to try. So how many money making sites are you signed up with? Do you find that focusing on a few sites is better than trying to do as many as you can?
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@betlynfrnds (2466)
• United States
12 May 09
I think you've figured it out, K46620, more is not necessarily better. But you're not alone. I've found myself doing the same kind of thing. There's soooooo much out there. What I try to do is this : if I find a site that interests me, I book mark it in my favorites and check it out at my convenience. I try to focus on working what I can handle without getting overwhelmed. If a site is not to my liking, I drop it and go to my favorites and research another one. Hope this helps.
• United States
12 May 09
Hi, only you know your limits. More may not be better but it may not be a bad thing either. If you don't sign up or research around about these different sites, how who you know if they are are not scams. If you are trying to achieve passive income don't eleave your eggs in one basket. Schhedule what you can do and work from there. Having more that one site taht is not scams and are pying you for you work is a great way to build your passive income. They are alot of other passive income resources you can do with out having to be bothered with shard revenue sites all together. But in the end teh choice is yours esp with a thorough research about passive income and shared revenue sites. Good luck and with this economy, you ahve nothing to lose my giving it a try. Keep moving forward
@K46620 (1994)
• United States
12 May 09
I have 10-20 sites bookmarked as well. I just don't have the time to try them now. Thanks for your response.
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• Philippines
12 May 09
I already joined as many as 30+ sites now but i rather put my effort on those that pays. Joining to many sites is really hard and sometimes very frustrating when suddenly the site turns scam. So i think it's better to just focus on a few paying sites like myLot. myLot is one of those site where i spend more of my time than other sites.
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• Singapore
13 May 09
I do agree with you. I have signed up with at least 20 sites to make money from home. Well, not a lot compared to yours but it is still difficult to focus on each and every of them. There are still a lot of other sites out there that I would like to try out too x_X I am starting to discard some of the sites which are going to take me forever to reach their minimum payout. =__=
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13 May 09
i hear you. That is totally true
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@yoyozhou (356)
• China
13 May 09
I have signed up with 5 sites to make money! I like my lot best.Because it is interesting.Yes,I think focusing on a few sites is really better than trying to as many as you can.
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@faxoi27 (11)
• Indonesia
13 May 09
I'm a little bit like you, i've signed a lot of sites (+ 20 sites) for making money online but till this day (since 2 months ago) i'm not get paid yet (mostly cause i've not reached minimum payout yet). And most of this sites i already forget (my user name & my password i use). But i'm still looking for the best and not yet find the best formula in making money online (for free). But i agree with the most common respond that is focus on several sites that realy legal and have proved that they do pay(not just a scam). Just still in touch soo we can share information about this.
@morsh8888 (635)
• Indonesia
13 May 09
wow !!! that's alot... Well maybe you can start research which one will more earn money. And start paying attention to other online money maker, how do they could be successful. And follow their track...
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• Philippines
13 May 09
i actually have a long list of money earning sites here but I don't open them all. I am now just concentrating on few trusted paying sites where I had been payed.
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• India
12 May 09
hey its great to listen that u have signed up with 34 sites!!! its really not an easy task to handle them well i have only signed up mginger and mylot
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@5mayday (1054)
• Norway
12 May 09
I have joined tons of website to make money too and have seen lots of scam, so i am staying on these that I know r trusted and its like less then 5 that I am using daily now...
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@anonymili (3138)
13 May 09
It's only TOO many if YOU find it difficult keeping up with them all hun. I don't know if I'd call them money making sites but I am a member of 4 review writing sites including Ciao UK, Ciao US, dooyoo & Helium and myLot. I don't really class myLot as a money-making site though as I am not active enough here to make payment more than 4 or 5 times a year LOL! I joined pickjack out of interest but got bored of it within days as I found the questions very stupid generally and don't know how the site can make money from nonsense like that. Personally I'm registered with enough sites to suit my needs and probably don't even given all of them the time I could give if I was involved with less sites...
@jakeb1 (562)
• United States
13 May 09
Wow, 34 sites is a lot. Have you at least made a lot of money with these sites or have a few turned out to be scams? How do you keep track of all these sites? I have only 4 or 5 sites in total. Can you recommend any of the sites you have? Thanks!
• Philippines
13 May 09
Wow, that's a lot. Is your Paypal or Alert set up for this websites. for me, i still do only mylot. but unfortunately, I have limits too since i can't think twice in each discussion. you should have research those sites before joining in. a friend of mine had more than ten site until he had enough and got stick to neobux instead.