I have been thinking about joining the site. I am already a part of Hubpages (obviously) and Triond, but I want to find another couple of sites. I am thinking of joining Infoberral, and I just heard about Wizzley. What are your experiences?
I started about 14 days ago ,wrote 6 articles and have many views and comment. it's a good community that has strict guidelines...
you can't write about just anything which is a downside I suppose.
I joined not long ago and am working on several articles to publish there. I hear good things about the staff!
It's great to start when they are brand new. The owners are very responsive and the users are all gung-ho about reading and commenting on other articles.
What are the backlinks like there? high quality? I'm just joining
I'm not sure, I would suspect that they are not as high quality as some sites, but that would mostly be because the site is old.
Totally love Wizzley in terms of publishing, similarity to Hubpages to use and the whole package. Much like Hubpages used to be before penalties for mildly pixelated images for example.
Yes, Wizzley is new. The owners have experience though, 3 of them have an identical site in German that has been up since, I think, 2009. http://pagewizz.com And the 3 are longtime lensmasters on Squidoo.
I like Wizzley, and think it has very good potential, especially coming in on the ground level. I'm still a new writer in every sense, so have only contributed one article there and try to be active in the community. Great people and nice format.
I'm still more active here on hubpages however. I've heard negative comments about nearly every site like this, and at the same time many supporters for each. I am attempting to emulate a few others, and have a little bit of something in many places. I've heard it's good to diversify, don't put all your eggs in one basket, etc.
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