Are people leaving mylot?

@manong05 (5029)
Philippines
February 18, 2007 9:01am CST
Many users whose discussions often stand out in the home page are no longer active. I wonder why? What do you think? Is it possible that they are trying other sites as well?
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• United States
18 Feb 07
I love mylot and the fact that we can earn extra cash just for hanging out and posting quality conversation together, but sometimes I need to take a break. Maybe others feel like that too. I also have other online jobs I do, so I don't spend as much time here as I probably could.
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@manong05 (5029)
• Philippines
18 Feb 07
Good for you to have other online jobs as well. One day, if I have the time I'm thinking of doing a research on how to make the most in earning money on line. I'm actually new to this and the first earning I got was from mylot's last payout.
@owlwings (43267)
• Cambridge, England
18 Feb 07
I think that many people come here hoping to make money. If that is all they come for, then they are missing the point of the site, which is to create and respond to good discussions. There are some other very good reasons for being here besides, one of which is to meet and connect with people of like mind. I think that a lot of people do sign up here and then find that it is not what they thought or become dissatisfied with the discussions and leave for 'pastures new'.
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@manong05 (5029)
• Philippines
18 Feb 07
Yes, one good thing about mylot is getting to know people. For that alone mylot is worth our time. Also greener pastures are attractive, aren't they?
@quadium32 (129)
• United States
18 Feb 07
My guess is that they are busy, or they have another community that they were brought to mylot from that they migrated back to, or for some reason they wanted to take a break or something. This place is still really active, but even on other sites some of the old time users just dissapear for a while.
@manong05 (5029)
• Philippines
18 Feb 07
Yes, you are right, either they have "migrated back" or just took a break for a while. I must confess that posting quality discussions drains too much mental energy specially if one does it for the whole day.