Why people don't want to click?

@SanSiim (159)
Estonia
October 13, 2009 4:22pm CST
I have set up a blog about different freebie and PTC sites with short reviews to get some referrals and sofar only very few have joined, but it seems that all of them click just once and then forget about it :( Why people don't want to click on the sites after joining? Do they find it not rewarding? what do you do when you join a new PTC site - do you just check it out?
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9 responses
@dawnald (84070)
• Shingle Springs, California
14 Oct 09
I don't even check them out any more. The time you spent vs the the money you could get paid, just not worth it to me...
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@SanSiim (159)
• Estonia
14 Oct 09
I see you have found your way in myLot :)
@taztheone (1726)
• India
14 Oct 09
The best way to receive referrals are through referral exchanges. You can visit the website from my profile to get more details. Otherwise many people won't care to be active. Happy lotting
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@SanSiim (159)
• Estonia
14 Oct 09
Yes I know the referral exchange sites, but honestly I don't want to join any new sites atm, but I might try yours out maybe someday ;)
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@tixepower (1196)
• Sweden
13 Oct 09
Yes, it's so annoying that from all referrals you get only 5-1% will be active. Come on, read description of the site and read terms of service before joining! Stop getting on my nerves!
@tixepower (1196)
• Sweden
14 Oct 09
They are like girls that want to tease you and nothing else.... unless... THEY ARE GIRLS!! ofmg rofl copter
@SanSiim (159)
• Estonia
14 Oct 09
hehehehe :)
• United States
14 Oct 09
I think it is because people are too busy in that highly-addictive game trying to take each othr's planets.
@SanSiim (159)
• Estonia
14 Oct 09
LOL what is that? Blacknova? :P
• United States
15 Oct 09
You are exactly right. I notice that you're not up in the rankings this round.
@jashoaf (298)
• United States
15 Oct 09
I don't join them anymore - but whenever I am looking at a site that requirs you to join, I check it out first. I don't join until I'm ready to work it. I think sometimes people join stuff and then forget they did it, or how to get back there. Other times they have a bad experience or it's not what they thought it would be, and instead of unsubscribing they just never go back. I had a few PPC sites that would throw virus alerts, so I got out of them. But I unsubscribe first.
@SanSiim (159)
• Estonia
15 Oct 09
Unsubscibing is good - then you open up one direct referral spot, since most of the sites have limits for how many directs you can have. Happy mylotting!
• Philippines
14 Oct 09
I believe you need to follow up their status because some get bored and need motivation. You need to guide them as their upline...
@SanSiim (159)
• Estonia
14 Oct 09
Indeed on some of the sites you can write your referrals, but most of the sites don't have that feature, so I really have nothing to help them with :(
@derek_a (10898)
14 Oct 09
This has been a constant mystery to me over all the years I have been on line. I have loads of referrals on myLot yet hardly any are active. I think they may have the "dream" of being able to set up a home business, but that's where it ends. They are "dreamers" and not "doers". With me I learned the value of commitment to action very early in life. I witnessed my father who was a self-made businessman and became very successful overall. He didn't dream about things, but did them after working out in his mind how they could work. Not every single venture was successful, but most were. The other thing that he told me was that success does not come over-night, but takes effort. If you don't want to make effort, forget working for yourself and stick with an employer. I wanted to work for myself as he did... - Derek
@SanSiim (159)
• Estonia
14 Oct 09
Nice motivational reply and so so true. I think most of the people trying to make some money online are the "dreamers" (I believe I was also one when I started :D) and probably are most of them that visit our blogs/join under us. So we just need to find those doers and help them on their way! Thanks for the reply. :)
@Catwife (54)
• China
14 Oct 09
Looks good!
@SanSiim (159)
• Estonia
14 Oct 09
If you mean that my blog looks good, then thank you! :)
@dlr297 (5418)
• United States
13 Oct 09
It depends for me sometimes after i join if i find that i can not reach payment easily without having referrals i quit, because i find it hard to find good referrals.