What do you think about Wizzley?
What was your experience with Wizzley? Is it a good site to write for? Can you earn good income from there? Can you get a lot of traffic from there? What are the advantages and disadvantages of writing at Wizzley? Would you recommend this site to other people?
I briefly experimented with Wizzley some time ago. I posted two pieces there, which got absolutely zero traffic, then shortly thereafter I got an e-mail from the site's Powers that Be which said they were un-publishing my articles because they "weren't up to our site standards" or some such thing (that wasn't quite the exact wording, but that was the general gist of it.)
I thought that was kind of rude so I said "Fine, @#$% you guys," and never went back.
That's terrible. Did they ever explain exactly what was wrong with your articles? It seems really extreme for them to un-publish articles instead of 1st giving authors a chance to edit them & make it up to their site standards, whatever those may
This was a while ago so I don't quite remember what the rest of the message said. I'm sure they offered me a chance to re-edit the pieces but the general tone of the message seemed quite rude and rubbed me the wrong way so I didn't even bother..
I have been a member for a few years and wrote about 14 articles but views are very low along with earnings.
It has a professional platform and a no non sense attitude.
Oh, it doesn't seem like a very good place to write for then, in terms of the views and earnings at least. Are you still writing there? Are the traffic and earnings still low or has it improved?
I haven't submitted any new articles in months but do amend and update when needed.
by anish92 4 years ago
I am absolutely fed up with this new site called wizzley. No matter what I write they find some excuse (including my article is too technical and better suited to a mathematics magazine) to block each and every one of my pages. And just check out my hubpages profile and you'll know that I am not...
by Steve Andrews 5 years ago
HubPages keeps on idling perfectly good hubs about all sorts of topics including places to visit in Tenerife, Uri Geller, Flying Saucers, and even about the late Syd Barrett, who was the genius behind Pink Floyd in the beginning. I suppose the argument would be that he died a while back and...
by Writer Fox 3 years ago
If you do, how is search traffic to your articles there? Has there been a recent change from the Google Panda or Penguin updates? Would you recommend this site to other writers?
by Luis E Gonzalez 5 years ago
Well...moths ago I posted a couple of articles at Wizzley. After several rejections I re-wrote them and they remained published on Wizzley up to today (I think) I went there today and wrote another article. To my surprise I received a message from a chief...
by Scott S Bateman 21 months ago
I have been pleased with the audience and revenue for my articles on HubPages since joining the site some years ago.I commend the company for creating the successful niche sites at a time when similar sites were folding. My existing articles that moved to those sites have done even better than...
by LindaSmith1 3 years ago
How long do you let an article sit on a site, especially writing sites, before you decide to move it once traffic seems to be at a standstill?
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