I keep getting "can't connect" messages in Chrome. It looks like the site has disappeared, and other than a tweet someone left, there seems to be no news anywhere.
I just tried and got a DNS error - which I think means that the site is there but not currently online. I would be patient, most of these site owners are busy fixing stuff - I can't get Hubpages most days - the early hours of hte morning your time.
I've never seen this before with shetoldme.
Here's that post I found via twitter:
http://webupon.com/social-bookmarking/s … ficulties/
May I add that this site is actually a scam. It will delete your account anytime and adsense impressions are not 100% as claimed. There is more than what meets the eye with this site. If I am not being promotion, here are my experiences
I just received a reply from SheToldMe.com stating they've re-opened their registration and are now charging a membership fee to anyone wanting to actually post on their site. I've posted a hub on it and included the original email for anyone that wants more detail.
I haven't been there in a while...I will definitely not be paying for it so I doubt I'll be back. Sorry to anyone who signed up under my referral...
Hmm - $5 a month to a site that earns me less than $1 a year - I think not!!!
Hope that best-reviewer doesn't go the same way - it's a sister site of shetoldme and I do earn a few dollars a month and get some traffic from there!
by Trinity M 7 years ago
As per the advice of many Hubbers I’ve tried to sign up on Shetoldme, but can’t seem to find their sign up button / page anywhere. A while ago I saw another Hubber comment on experiencing the same problem. Does anyone know what’s going on there? Thanks to all.
by pmccray 8 years ago
Has anyone had a problem with pulling up social site "shetoldme"?Tried pulling up to add hub and receive nothing but a page of gobbly goop.
by investinginvest 6 years ago
I have been away from online activities for some time now. I wanted to renew my online marketing but noticed that shetoldme now charges for membership. Am wondering if it is worth paying for its membership due to the clamp on bad links. Any suggestion would be appreciated. Thanks
by BlissfulWriter 8 years ago
Does submitting hubs to SheToldMe work at all?Have anyone notice any improvements to their hub traffic if they submit their hubs to SheToldMe? Does anyone make any money from their Adsense revenue share? I have not tried it. But looks like some people here have.
by sunforged 9 years ago
I was doing some research into the site, specifically on some media buys.As a potential advertiser they show traffic patterns and referrers to the site.The 2nd biggest source of traffic is:w/ 789 refers today onedollarPTC .comyes, PTC, paid to click, regardless of whether those hits go directly to...
by jujanester 7 years ago
Can anyone share with me the sites where I can drive a lot more traffic to my hubs?Or any social bookmarking sites...
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