So, I had been perusing writing sites for something to do, when I read something about a new site called Persona Paper. I think it's also an ad revenue-sharing site like Bubblews or DailyTwoCents, too. Recently, I wrote a hub on ad revenue-sharing sites before I found out about this. So, has anyone written for this site? Is it cool or something we should steer away from?
It isn't one I have heard of. These sites seem to be spring up all over the place.
I've actually written for this site but I gave up because they dropped the exchange rate for how much you can earn per view. Persona was started not that long ago and I joined around the beginning. It is very much like Bubblews. It was started by people unhappy with Bubblews and wanting an alternative. Their goal was to create a site like Bubblews but without all the errors and spam. Right now it doesn't pay very well at all. Because it is a new site they are still trying to build up a following and get enough ad revenue. They say their goal is to get up to one penny per view but at the moment they are far from that. I think the exchange rate is .001 cent per view/comment/like. People are getting paid though but it takes a lot of time and work because the exchange rate is so low. People do get paid really fast when the do redeem and the owners are fast at replying to emails The community seems to be good and they don't tolerate spam comments or articles which is nice. If you are looking for a site that pays, persona is still too young to pay you much per view but they do have a great community to write for and lots of supportive writers. I think they are a good site to check in with because if they do start paying better they have a really good system to work with and really nice features for a pay per view site. It is definitely an up and coming site so I'd recommend people check it out because it could be better than Bubblews if they could get their ad revenue up.
Thanks for the substantial info. I've always wondered about this site when I heard it was "like" Bubblews, knowing how Bubblews works. Again, thanks so much . I might try joining to exercise my writing and meet new people.
I have tried posting two new articles, even in draft form and nothing shows. I will try again in a few days and hope that the issue is taken care off.
Thanks, Luis. Do tell us how it works for you .
I joined this site and I highly recommend it rather than Bubblews. The reason why their rate dropped before is because their Google Adsense account had issues but the pay rate is fine now. I'm also hoping for their site to gain more advertisers to increase their pay rate.
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