well i registered and asked twice for email confirmation..no response as yet. how long does it take to be confirmed?
Here is some information that I found on another forum. This is from one of Wizzley owners
Just to clarify, Squidoo and Wizzley have different bases for sharing. Squidoo shares 50% of revenue earned via the monetization modules but does not do so for Adsense. Adsense revenue is allocated on a complex formula based on levels/tiers (determined by Squidoo) - so if you are not in the top levels you do not share in Adsense revenue.
Wizzley works on a different basis - it shares revenue from all the monetization modules (Including) Zazzle) and from Adsense on the basis of impressions - half to the author and half to Wizzley. So if an adsense ad or other ad from a monetization module is shown to a reader (impression) and your ID is used, you get the revenue directly from Adsense or Amazon or Zazzle.
"Invite new authors by using your personal Wizzley referral link in your blog posts and e-mail signatures. Users who follow this link and register with Wizzley.com within 30 days will be added to your "referrals" account. Your affiliate IDs (Google AdSense, Amazon, etc.) will participate permanently with 10% of the page impressions on all of your referred authors' pages. These 10% are coming directly from the Wizzley.com share and won't affect your recruit's ad impressions."
Translated this means that 10% of the time that the articles of your referrals are shown, your relevant ID"s will be shown (Adsense, Amazon, etc) - for the life of the referral. The 10% comes from Wizzley's 50% of impressions.
If you love to write and want to contribute to a vibrant community, come and join us at Wizzley:
Here is a link to Wizzley if you are interested in joining
I see that some of my fellow Hubbers have joined. Nice to see you over there! http://wizzley.com/
Its is so easy to make pages over there because it is so much like the HubPage set up and like making a HubPage. http://wizzley.com/topics/travel-places/articles/best/
What does 'Link Snipped' mean - is that like cyber circumcision
Does that maen that removing it means there is less chance of infection
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