What is Zujava?
Zujava is a new content contribution site, much like HubPages. No need for an Adsense account the earnings are calculated on a 'leafs' (articles) popularity and paid out via Paypal.
If you can build a hub, you can build a leaf. It's simple, easy and best of all, free!
Creating Your First (Hub-like) Leaf
To create a page, you'll click "create a leaf" and be brought to the intro. From the intro, you'll be able to customize the URL, write the intro, leaf title, pick a topic, and input your tags. Save that page and away you go. You can add additional sections (modules) from the sidebar tool.
What Type Of Content Is Allowed?
Pretty much what you can get away with at HubPages will be the same criteria at Zujava. There will be an emphasis on quality and a minimum word count of 250 words.
HubPages givers a referrer 10% of the ad impressions of a referred author. Zujava's referral is similar, except they're giving 20% of the earnings (out of their share) of whatever your referral is making.
In fact, for every user you refer to Zujava for the first year (until February 1, 2013) that amount will be 25%.
What a great incentive to encourage your friends and family to sign up too and get them publishing online.
Payment is made via Paypal.
There is a 60 day lead time, automatically paid monthly. Just like you experience now on HubPages for their own ad program.
But I'm Already Hubbing!
Yes, you are.
And there's nothing stopping you from creating a Zujava account, publishing great content, and throwing the occasional link towards a similarly themed hub.
Remember what they say, don't have all your eggs in one basket...
Sign up to Zujava now and start publishing and earning.
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