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How do you feel about Wikinut's decision to forgo payment to writers?
In December, the British-based content writing site sent a letter to its users detailing its lack of income and the decision to suspend payments for articles. While not considered a major site (and wrought with payment problems before this), it is yet another content site on the verge of extinction. What does, Wikinut's policy change and possible demise say about the content writing market?
I would take that as a warning sign that the site is going to be closing in the near future and check out other writing sites. If I was really into Wikinut's then I would check occasionally to see if they are going to start paying the writers again.
Wikinut was not great about payouts. Although they paid out at a low level ($3 or $4 in U.S. Dollars) it took a long time to get there. Before this change, it took a year to get those payments. Still, this shift is not a good sign for it and others.
Just to passing along some information for those who are not aware: You can delete your account at Wikinut. During this transition, they realized that most people would not accept this change. Thus, they made it easy to delete it. Again, the site is not dead, but the site has converted to publishing articles with no payments for the writers.
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