Was RedGage coded by a five-year-old?
Seriously, I can not get ANYTHING to work on that site. I'm lucky if I'm able to log in. Trying to connect to Facebook or Twitter is borderline disastrous.
Try using Compatibility Mode if you are logging into RedGage via Internet Explorer. They say it won't work otherwise. Or try a different browser like Firefox. RedGage works for me just fine in FireFox.
I am writing a Hub about things that don't work on the Internet (there are too many). I may release it tomorrow.
I can't seem to add new links to it. Even with firefox. I log on with no problem but then...........that site just drives anyone crazy
You'd think so, it is one ugly site. It took me a while to connect Facebook if I recall correctly.
it's full of bugs yes. BUT I can't complain because I am having good success there and they have been paying.
I learned to put up with the bugs. i prepare big lots of pics and when the site is running good I take an hour or so and load many of them. For links, the same. I do them when the site runs smoothly.
I use Chrome by the way, but when the site decide not to work, it doesn't. chrome or not.
They are suppose to be out of Beta soon, with a new version of the site. i look forward to it.
I use it...It's really glitchy. I won the raffle and the sent me a debit card: It took 3 or 4 months to arrive.
by TheOnlineBlogger 7 years ago
I just joined it. But I don't see more conversation about this website anywhere. Are you still there? does it work good for you?this is my profile there <link snipped>
by Lynda Gary 8 years ago
Well, folks, I'm stumped.A few days ago, I signed up with RedGage. I hooked it up with my FB account (or something like that; I don't know -- I was just clicking where they said "click.") Then, I left the site. I didn't post anything, etc.I started getting all these...
by Tony 6 years ago
Just noticed that the facebook like button is not showing in Firefox, although it shows up fine in Chrome when I looked.
by bigmikeh 9 years ago
I discovered RedGage a few days ago. You can post photos, documents, videos and links on the site, and get paid for doing so. Only cents, but to get paid to post links to hubs or sites is novel. So I now have several PR3 links back to my hubs, and 5 cents(!) in my account. Will it disappear under a...
by Steven Escareno 7 years ago
Okay, I've tried both firefox and google chrome, which usually work with redgage, but for some reason it's not allowing me to post up links to it regarding my current hubs. I don't know why. Has anyone else had this problem?
by John Coviello 5 years ago
How Do Hubbers Feel About Other Hubbers Sharing Their Work On Sites That Pay For Clicks?Just wondering because a couple of times when I shared things on RedGage, I got nastygrams from other Hubbers about profiting off their work. I thought it was kind of odd since they were profiting a whole...
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