I know a few of you are using it, but was wondering if more were?
It's pretty simple, it envolves Twitter, and (when you pass some entry requirements) you can hook your adsense into it and share 50/50 split on the ads.
Only started yesterday, so not got my adsense in yet (although nearly) Not sure how much you can make, but seems like a cool site that might be another good place to get some backlinks, and make some friends.
Add me if you are a user, or you join.
Maybe it is just me, but I am leery about putting my adsense on sites such as Tagfoot.
I wrote a hub about the site: hub/tagfoot
I was the first to spread the word amongst my Hub and Squidoo brethren.
It looks very good, and seems a bit addictive! I know it will get better and open more possibilities with more twitter followers, but it's still cool.
I joined a few weeks ago but admit to not even checking messages in two weeks. It's not right for me, for where I want to go.
Meanwhile, I've heard nothing but good about the still-developing site. I think it's a good place to be if your head works along the lines of throwing info at people who share your interests, and wanting to be tossed at with info that you show you like. That's not a neg from me, it's just that that's not what I want to do.
But I do want to see where this developing site goes.
Everyone is different, and I can believe there will be many who don't get on with it. I've done some reading and it seems your right about the development, wondering when it might come out of beta..
I have just joined although at the moment have no idea what is going on. Still it seems like a good system and will give it a go.
I see there's quite a few Hubbers signing up, if your on there, why not post a link to your account and boost your reach.
I'm on there and here is my link. http://tagfoot.com/trekkiemelissa It is a great place that I can keep my bookmarks or sites that I find. I know some people will twitter their bookmarks and comments. That is something I do not do.
tagfoot is very good indeed, I like it a lot. I'm londongirl there as well. ANyone needs an invite to join, email me.
This is mine. I've added LondonGirl and BristolBoy already. I think I've added everyone else listed above this post.
I don't use the social networking aspect of it much - I use it more like a fancier version of del.icio.us - but I'm kerryg there as well. Just please don't get offended if I'm slow to add you back. I don't check messages there very often.
I have some problems with Tagfoot, although i will hang onto my account. They have a system where you have to send certain tags to certain friends. That means that if a friend votes down your site, the friend is saying they don't want any more of those kind of sites coming their way.
To me that is a royal pain in the ass. You have to avoid a person by tagging the site you share and keep it all straight. So, what I did was to just discontinue friendship with anyone who votes me down. No hard feelings but I just don't have the time. If a person doesn't want to view my site, then he or she just should ignore it.
Since I don't really like the rules, yet I like the people, I don't go around much anymore.
Sorry about kicking a dead horse, but I'm there now, too! Karpouzian
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