how long you stay on here trying to get ur money up
October 18, 2010 2:45pm CST
I dnt be on here a lot but today I need to get my money up how long you be on here
• United States
18 Oct 10
I think I would actually drive myself insane if all i did on mylot was try to write in quantity not quality just trying to reach the minimum payout on here. It's not quite exactly an overnight affair. However I can find myself on here for a few hours reading discussions and choosing which ones I want to reply to or reading answers to give rates. I feel if you are going for speed to achieve your payout the quality of your responses to discussions will suffer.
• United States
19 Oct 10
I spend a good amount of time on here per day actually. At first I stayed on a lot so I could try and earn some money, but now that I have been a member for a little bit, I actually like coming on here everyday and seeing the different discussions and even trying to help some people out. Mylot can be very informative and entertaining and I am really enjoying being a member on Mylot and I hope everyone else does too!
• Managua, Nicaragua
18 Oct 10
Let's see. If I were to have been posting 8-10 posts a day for as long as I've been here (6 months), I would've been already above the 600-post mark. The problem is that I rarely post more than 15 posts per week, and when I post more than 10 posts a day (like in Early june), I sometimes post short responses, and that had an impact on the quality of the posts. I've learned that whenever a user (like me) isn't active for a few weeks, or even a few days, the user, although won't get punished, will not receive earnings for that period. I sometimes have gone over 3 weeks without posting, and that has impacted my earnings. I've also learned that if a user isn't active for 3 months or more, then that user's account gets deleted, and all earnings will be forfeited. I've learned plenty enough to say that I'll try (that won't mean I will do) to participate in as many discussions as possible. Maybe that's why you haven't been earning as much as you expected. As for the ways you can earn more money and make new friends in the process, I would suggest that you make some qualitative and quantitative posts. Respond to discussions or make a new discussion every day (about 25 responsive posts, and 1-10 new discussions), but the quantity and quality of your posts are up to you. Just try to make sure that you post more than a paragraph in your response. 2 or more lines would be good, but more than 5 lines in your response would be recommended. More than 10 lines would be ideal in your posts. If you do that every day, you're sure you'll be racking up at least 20-30 cents every day for your post. If you're really participating, you could be receiving more that 50 cents every day. One more thing, I've seen some posters get over 500 posts in 2 weeks, but that is because they've been really participating in the board. Well, I'm off to post some more. Have a nice day.
18 Oct 10
If you really want to get your earnings up, then it doesn't necessary mean how much time, but how involved in the discussions you are, as sometimes you can spend a while just reading some of the discussions before decided if you have anything else to add to the discussion. If you want to make your earnings go up though, I would suggest making about 30 or more decent quality posts, plus perhaps try and start some good discussions as well, like this one and then also try and reply to others who have took the time to get involved in your discussions. If you try and keep to the discussions that interest you, then you will obviously find more discussions that you can get involved in. How much time will this take, well this totally depends on how many discussions you get involved and/or you just get bored and fed up of something to write.
18 Oct 10
I joined myLot over 2 years ago, and I am very glad that I did. This is an excellent place to meet and make friends with people from countries around the world. This a a community of friends cooperating and working together for mutual benefits. Earning some money is an add-on benefit. Dpending on the effort and time one can devote, one will amke some earnings.