Friday, November 09, 2007

Identify the best site for you

This blog has introduced many sites that allowed us to earn some extra money. At this point you might want to know which one is the best so that you can just sign up one or two reliable sites and save you the trouble and time. Of cause it is rather troublesome to sign up for so many sites and keep up with it. In my opinion, I think it is best to sign up as much as possible.

A lot of the sites that posted here are new. Taking a chance with the new sites might not be as bad as you think. Their rules are not so tight and early birds might get some bonus as they are in the promoting stage. In order to compete with the successful site like PayPerPost or Google, new sites will provide better commission or services.

We can monitor the action and services provided by those new sites to determine if they are seriously in for business. First, the site is always under renewed or improvement at the early stage of launching. Changes are done according to the benefits of the customers. Secondly, their speed of getting things done is crucial as time is money. This includes taking the consideration of customer’s time, for example reducing the waiting time for approval. Third, answered and responded to customers’ complain. Really listen to the voice of customers and implement to the site. If you find any sites that are able to carry out the above action, then better stick to it for a while.

“Don’t put all your eggs into one basket” This is another reason that we should explore other new sites just in case. We should always look for other resources because you’ll never know if one day you’ll be shut down. Take Google Adsense for example, more and more rules are listed and the rules are always changed. If you did get banned, then there is no going back.

A good site should be taking the trouble out from the customers instead of adding it. A good site should not set too much rules for customers so that the site can run smooth and easy. A good site should consider all the possibility customers will do and resolve them. You might not be a good site in the beginning but you can be a good site at the end if you keep on improving.

4 comments:

Robin Lee Sardini said...

You are so right about the sites being customer-oriented. They have to work for the customer or they just won't be around that long. Taking the "trouble out of it" for the customer is a priority. Thanks for sharing!
My best to you,
Robin

kumowai said...

Hi, I'm glad that we have a common view on that. Thanks for stopping by. Cheers.

Lisa said...

I agree about not putting all your eggs in one basket. With the way people were recently hit with page rank drops, it's best to spread yourself around.

kumowai said...

Well Lisa, we can expect more slaps coming.