I found news about this website on the highly acclaimed Accentuate Writer Forum. The owner checks out every bit of info she posts for credibility. This revenue share site pays for all comments and views your articles get and the articles are really short as on Bubblews.
However, unlike on Bubblews, writing ability is important and if they find you writing incoherent English, you're out. Your intro itself serves as test. Minimum payout is $5. If you decide to join, I hope you will use my link. I am Sarandipity and I will take a look at your posts if you decide to join: <link snipped>
By the way, it's been a month since I hit redemption ($50) at Bubblews and each time I write to them, they tell me it will take more time. I'm not writing for them until I get paid.
Hope to see you there!
Thanks for posting this! I will check it out via your link.
It's amazing that they even respond to you. I too am a month overdue for payment. I have sent 4 emails and get silence in return. Not writing there anymore either.
I've got an overdue redemption as well. I'm beginning to think B has a cash flow problem, or has just flat run out of money.
That face lift did not happen for free. And if revenues are dropping because people are having trouble finding their friends and getting views etc... then they likely have a cash flow problem that they are correcting by ignoring their debts.
I knew that this was inevitable. So, I stopped putting in much time over there, and only visited with about 15-20 writers who were literate. Still it irritates me that they can't even respond to my inquiries.
Equally annoying are all of the little brown noses thanking them for posting links to support email addresses, where no customer support manifests itself.
Could you write the name of the site without a link? Your link got snipped.
A mod decided it was spam and removed it. Do you know the name of the site?
Is this site made by the same folks who put Triond together?
To be fair to Bubblews, I did get paid - although after a month. So I'll be back there. Persona Pages is too slow where making money is concerned.
Some writers I know tried it, from their experience Personna Paper will close your account if you don't log in frequently enough (like once a month) - AND they won't let you delete your content posted there if you want to take it elsewhere.
For those two reasons I'm definitely staying away.
I have just deleted one of my posts on Persona Paper, so I don't think they stop you from doing that.
Well, I have no personal experience there, just sharing what trusted writers I've known for year have had happen to them, and reported here:
http://squidu.yuku.com/topic/4273/Perso … emberships
Personally, I am done with getting involved with any new writer, revenue-sharing sites. I've just had too many disappointing experiences.
Going forward, only HP and my own websites get my love.
I didn't say you were wrong.
Public bad mouthing of a company by cranky users is one thing, but public bad mouthing by cranky users because a company is taking actions that appear to blatantly contradict their posted rules and policies is much more serious.
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