What Place Can MyLot Have in the Life of a Serious Writer?
Many serious writers have no use for myLot, a social network that shares revenues with its members according to a secret algorithm only the administrators know. It is a site where people from many countries simply talk to each other in discussions. They can follow and have followers. They can send private messages, as well. Members can start discussions about any g-rated topic they please and chime in on any other discussion they want to participate in. They can also include a photo with a discussion or comment.
MyLot is all about interaction and conversations – not posts with comments. It's like sitting around a table with friends and just talking. The myLot party is not limited to those who have a perfect command of the English language, but those who participate the most in contributing quality content seem to earn the most. There is no maximum or minimum post or comment length required, so you don't have to count your words or characters as you carry on a conversation. Although everyone who participates does it in writing, it is not a site designed for writers who want to post serious articles.
So of what use is it to a serious blogger or writer who posts work on HubPages , Persona Paper, other writing sites that share revenues or on her own blogs? I see it as a central location for public and private communication with other writers. Facebook is full of junk with little real communication.
With so many revenue sharing sites for writers disappearing, many want to remain in touch with their friends from those sites. MyLot is a great place to do it. Your friends can still follow you or message you. You can share anything important to you there or ask questions, and you do get a few pennies a day for the time you spend there. When you have earned $10 by the end of a month, you get paid on the fifteenth of the next month. What's not to like?
MyLot will never be a replacement for serious writing sites designed for serious content writers, but it's a great social network for keeping in touch without wading through a wall full of commercial and sponsored political messages. Spend as much or as little time as you want there. You can jump back in again at any time without losing friends or momentum. Most of those on Bubblews started at either myLot or Gather. They migrated when those sites disappeared or stopped paying. Gather never came back in the same way again. MyLot has returned to become an even better site than before, in my opinion. Now ex-Bubblers are beginning to migrate back and bring their friends. If you want to keep in touch with writing friends easily, why not join myLot ?
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