I got an invitation from someone I met who is a networking marketing person. Evidently there is an upstart Facebook replacement social network site called “YoHolla” that promises to create a residual income stream just for getting your friends to sign up. I am thinking they still have an uphill battle to replace Facebook, but I suppose there is no harm in signing up with another social network site. As far as I am concerned, there are two questions that you need to answer: 1) do I really want to participate in yet another on-line network, and 2) is the money really going to be there?
I Googled up YoHolla to see what I could find out, and frankly there is not a lot of information out there yet. I did find this blog article, which seemed to be reasonably independent. I suspect I will pass, not only because I really don’t want to be part of another network, but because the allure of MLM riches does not motivate me in any way.Share
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