I learned about it on another site, I signed up for it, but the more I look at it, it looks shady and scammy. You get paid to share videos, any videos off YouTube and I think Vimeo and some others. They ask you to install a toolbar that supposed to allow you to share any video and get credit on UVioO (pronouced You View, by the way). But then they ask you to buy advertising to make more money. I've seen some videos that were reviews of the site, people with payment proofs, typical "review" stuff. Curious if anyone knows about or has experience with the site.
by ryankett6 years ago
Hi guys, I have been testing the water with a new revenue sharing site. It is very new and still has PR0, like SheToldMe did before the last update.The great thing about www.Snipsly.com (thats the site) is that you can...
by anish924 years ago
There are possibly a hundred odd revenue sharing sites but is it even worthwhile to go through them if you write for all or some of the following?1. Hubapges2. Infobarrel3. Squidoo4. Bukisa5. Xomba
by Susannah Birch3 years ago
Just got an email announcing that Bukisa is discontinuing their monetisation programs. But that's ok:"Bukisa will be up and running for your content. Despite the fact that we won't be able to offer revenue share,...
by Anuj Agarwal6 years ago
SheToldMe has launched a new site - 'Best Reviewer', which is somewhat similar to eHow. This site allows you to create a list of "Top's", like list of Top 5, Top 10. Minimum is a list of Top 3. Revenue sharing...
by andycool6 years ago
Dear fellow hubbers, I’ve a proposal to HubPages for the benefit of all our best quality hubbers. I know here at Hubpages we have a number of good quality hubbers who can write professional quality stuff... right? But...
by Brie Hoffman23 months ago
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