You should check out Broowaha, a citizen journalist website. They accept non-fiction articles, poetry and prose. You can add two ads to each of your articles, a banner ad and a 300x250 ad.
I have just published my first article and I probably will be writing more there.
Selling for (but unsold) for $4,600 yet it produces $42 a month - profit,
Am I reading that correctly Terry?
There were 7 bids to 4,600 and the owner did not sell it. Must have been a high reserve or he thought it was worth more.
The good thing about the flippa listing is you can see the mindset of the webmaster in the background of the site as well as checking out the due diligence section. It is quite insightful.
Also, when listed it was PR5 and now PR0.
These sites do have potential and UW made a great op.
Anyone wanting to know the full story on why Broowaha doesn't sell should read the full story on Broowaha, the article is titled Blogcatalog Owners Silencing Writers with Threats of Lawsuits. The part about continually listing Broowaha can be found at the bottom of the article. Thanks
That is interesting.
http://garrycrystal.blogspot.com/2011/1 … iters.html
I have to say I haven't been back much since I posted this. I don't think I'll be writing there too much, if at all.
Thank you for sharing. I would definitely try this website and post article on Broowaha.
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