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Yuwie A Social Network Site That Shares Ad Revenue

Updated on February 29, 2012


Yuwie, A Socak Networking Website That Pays

Yuwie is a new social networking website that is growing by leaps and bounds. As members know, it is similar to MySpace (with all the profile-making tools) but with one big difference - it pays its users by sharing its ad revenue. Users are flocking to this new website at the rate of nearly 1,800 new members a day. I'm a member and I find it completely addictive and from what I can see so do many of the other members.

What makes it so? Well for one thing, it is not hard to gain friends. Most users have public profiles, because having others view your profile, blog, rate your profile or pictures, or add a comment benefits you and the poster. That's where the making friends comes easy. The more friends you have the more likely someone is going to click on your profile and leave a comment. Members are more than willing to reciprocate and can spend hours clicking and thinking of content to draw users to their page. When you become member, you are bombarded with dozens of friend requests, an instantly flattering experience. Especially if you used to be the kind of kid that was the last one chosen for the team and collected about three signatures in your yearbook (I personally have no experience in this area and cannot go into any further detail).

2012...Sadly Yuwie couldn't compete against the monolith Facebook (Does anyone still go on MySpace?) and it was died : (

Great idea though. Facebook wouldn't exist if it weren't for the content that user put on it and neither would MySpace. They are make millions of dollars of the content of subscribers. They should share that revenue with them.


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