There is news that Associated Content, a very reputed web articles site (like Hubpages, Helium etc) has been bought by Yahoo.
AC recently made changes in their payment schemes to writers. Non US authors have been virtually denied of Upfront payments for articles (citing US tax laws as reason). Rules on performance payments(page view pennies) too have been changed to the effect that they will be paid only when the accumulated earnings cross $100.
Now comes the news that AC has been bought by Yahoo.
Here is a link from Yahoo:
I found as a UK writer that even before the changes AC was not worth me bothering with. I took all my work off and closed my account a few weeks ago. Perhaps it will change for the better now.
by rachel carpenter3 years ago
Hi! I'm excited to be here!I'll be honest I currently have a deep, dark foggy cloud surrounding me........... as I learned today that Yahoo Voices is closing. I am devastated and honestly in a complete shock. I...
by Glen7 years ago
Read more...AC recently made a change to the payment system to writers outside of the US, ie: not paying us anymore.And $100 million?That would mean that HubPages is worth a billion dollars.
by N. Ramius7 years ago
I just came across this news article:http://money.cnn.com/2010/05/18/technol … /index.htmThought I'd share since some of you write for AC.
by Kesha caldwell4 years ago
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by seanorjohn7 years ago
I just signed up to yahoo contributors and found myself directed to associated content. They claim to pay upfront for articles. Anyone know whether it is worthwhile. I know sunforged, a very astute hubber wasn't...
by BlogJournal6 years ago
What is your take on Yahoo Associated Content?
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