Hi, i have recently been hearing lots of good things about yet another money making site- seekyt. Is any one from hubpages also writing for that site? How has your experience been?
I have an account there but have not published anything. I am also interested in hearing from others who are writing there.
I have written a couple of articles there. It's easy to use.
I always recommend people to spread their efforts around different sites, so I'd suggest writing a few articles there at least.
Thanks Marisa, i wrote only two posts there but i am a bit skeptical to writing there, God knows why , i dont think i can earn any thing there, there is not much interaction amongst the writers and not much traffic too, the way it is at HP. So i just wonder if i spend time writing there, will it be just a waste of time? Meanwhile i have started writing at wizzley which appears better and more interactive.
After seeing this post I decided to check it out. I'm always intrigued by other sites like this.
I went to register so I could see what it was about, see what the community was like and so on - and It told me I was on the blocked list!
I can't imagine what I have done to be on a the blocked list! THere's a chance I've already registered on that site, but I assure you I am really good about following website rules.
Curiouser and curiouser!
This is so strange to hear, and i am wondering what could be the reason, perhaps you dont remember you might have joined it in the past and may be due to some reason they have blocked it, i am a bit surprised
There have been a lot of sites that I sign up for just to check out then abandon them as they're not to my taste, but I am super good about being good! lol
It offends me when I find I've somehow stepped out of line, I never intend to and always try so hard to stay within those lines
by And Drewson 7 years ago
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by tedmunds 3 years ago
I logged in to my Seekyt account and was surprised to see an announcement that the site is being sold. I used to write quite a lot there and feel sad seeing the uncertainty round the corner. The new owner may turn it into something else or it may become like Triond which feels like a ghost site...
by Leslie A. Shields 4 years ago
Does anyone have an opinion or experience from working with Seekyt and or Wikinut? How is the payout? Are they worth working with?
by Nathan Bernardo 5 years ago
I'm exploring other revenue-sharing sites, following the philosophy of not putting all my eggs in one basket; I'm not planning on leaving HubPages, by any means. I liked what I saw of Seekyt, for many reasons, but then discovered that someone lost their Amazon Associates account because of bad...
by sid_candid 7 years ago
I came across this information on Seekyt.com on how to get your article to better ranking in Google:http://seekyt.com/get-your-seekyt-artic … of-google/Is this all useful information and can be applied to increase traffic to our hubs?
by Brie Hoffman 7 years ago
What is your experience with it?
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