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Can I Have An Earning Site Work For Long Term?

Mylot, Casty, and now is bubblews turn. These are the site and phone application which i worked with to earn extra income. But all of these site and application are not working long term. Can i have a site or phone application which can really operated and work in long term?

I know it's not fair for me to say that because there is still don't have any prove that bubblews is not working anymore. But many of us already feel something wrong and start to worry. Such as not receive payment, error happen nearly everyday, respond is poor and etc.

I really wish that to have a site or application which can work inllong term so that i don't need to keep searching for new site or application.

Does anyone of you know any?

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midastouch wrote on July 27, 2014, 6:03 AM

how I wish I can be of help here
but how about writing for hubpages?
try that out and see!!!!

astraldreamer wrote on July 27, 2014, 7:25 AM

I will give most sites a chance but my belief is not many sites are going to last forever , its not guaranteed, none of us know what is around the corner so all you can do is to throw yourself 100 per cent into any sites you join so that hopefully you can reach the payouts. If the site is still there years later then that is a bonus.

cm_ang83 wrote on July 27, 2014, 8:45 AM

I heard about hubpages before but never try. It is also a writing site right? But i heard that we need to have a good writing skill in order to post there. I am not sure.

cm_ang83 wrote on July 27, 2014, 8:46 AM

I think you got the right point. Just like bubblews, it's already more than 2 years. How pretty if i joined it 2 years ago.

midastouch wrote on July 27, 2014, 9:08 AM

just go find out
don't trust another's judgments
they may be biased!!!!

cm_ang83 wrote on July 27, 2014, 11:24 PM

yup. Will sure do that. Thanks again for your advice. Cheers and have a nice day.

sandyresearch wrote on July 30, 2014, 4:43 PM

The reason nothing lasts too long or it changes quickly is because that is the nature of new social media. Even the major sites which appear to have been around for quite some time are changing and shifting, merging and even going out of business because what once worked changes because of "social" media. This territory is new: as the societies change globally, that means people change and new people and products come on the scene. That said if you're looking for longevity the only thing I've seen that has been around is "advertising" in some fashion. Currently, the trend is towards mobile. If what you do can't fit and operate from mobile phones, it's going to be difficult. So what you can do is look at developing or getting involved in something you think that is missing and would do well on mobile. For instance, there are mobile apps where people can take photographs(not selfies) and send them to a site so people can buy them. Who knows? maybe photography could be your way.

You'll probably need to keep searching over time. It sounds like you want "stability" and, sadly, that is getting harder to find. If a site is long term and has been around a while, the competition will be fierce. Even if the site itself sticks around, it will be challenging to compete with others. Focus on doing what you like instead. Because your passion will help you keep your momentum. Expect change. That is life.

allen0187 wrote on November 7, 2014, 11:12 PM

It seems more sites are folding up. Just a case of sites being unable to support themselves once they hit critical mass.