Someone told me of a fairly new writing site called Two Cents Worth. It was started by two women and I think it is being patterned after Bubblews from what I have read. I checked out their site, but didn't spend a lot of time there.
Two Cents? No, never heard of this one, Mary.
How have you been? I haven't heard from you in months, of course I have not been that active due to my health issues, but I am writing as many hubs as I can in case I have to take a week or two off.
Hi, Kenneth! Good to see you. I have been spending time at Bubblews and just having a great ole' time: writing and making a little money. I'm not sure at this point if they are going to survive.
I recently wrote two new Hubs, the first in about 4 months. I still have about 82 Hubs and come on every day to check them out.
Sorry you are not well......
you can check this out ,,,,,
http://streakanime.hubpages.com/hub/A-W … o-Bubblews
This is the first I've heard of this website. Between hubpages and bubblews I don't see how I can take on another one. I make take a look just to satisfy my curiosity.
I heard about this a few days ago on this site. Paid a visit. Registered and wrote ashore article to see what it is all about.
1. Articles are supposed to be 100 words in length. No problems as the length is reasonable.
2. Payment is based on 1/2 cents per new visit to your article. Big problem here as my article is just drawing a miserable number of views. My article is "I am a cat person. Are you a dog person." It is one of those fun articles that I would click on. i doubt that you can make much money here. Perhaps it is better as a writing platform for new writers
3. No adsense or any affiliate programs.
4. My personal dashboard is not very well organised. Site is new and will probably go through changes for the better.
5. the founders seem sincere and have a hands on approach. Problem is can they cope as traffic builds?
I too just popped over for a quick look. I think they allow Amazon links and other referrals as long as it isn't spammy.
I think you are right, it will be interesting to see how they cope with increased traffic load.
One to watch perhaps.
How to find this site? I started a search and couldn't find anything like an actual site, all I got was the saying "two cents worth" and lots of dictionary versions of this saying. I'm confused!
Thanks. My guess is they are "waiting in the wings" for Bubblews to implode and are trying to model their site after theirs. I can't understand where their traffic comes from....maybe all internal like Bubblews?? I see the possibility of selling some Amazon stuff there, though.
I'm still sort of poking around to read their articles.
I have heard of : http://data.desmoinesregister.com/twocents/
That link goes to a newspaper. If you Google Daily Two Cents, you can find the site. Thanks.
I just Googled two cents worth and that was at the top of the list.
Thinking about having a go at this one, not sure how it will pan out but worth a look.
Thanks. The posts I've read over there seem to be good quality. I'm still now sure how they pay, though and where their traffic comes from. Let us know what you think Suzanne Day.
At Daily Two Cents: Writedge ads will appear on all posts and pages. On the 10th of each month you will receive 1/2 a cent per unique view that your articles get. This does not count page refreshes or bots. (They use AdSense ads. They also seem to have bad reviews/comments on Bubblews. )
I know the owner via other writing sites, and have interacted with her for years. She is genuinely trying to be legit.
Disclaimer: I don't write for any of her sites, so I have no financial or other interest in them. I just wanted to add my "two cents" worth to the discussion.
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