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There's Always Another Site

Updated on February 13, 2018


To paraphrase Qui-Gon Jinn: "There's always a Bigger Fish" , there is always another Web Site.

In the early 90s, being chased off a site dealing with Feminism or Star Wars was pretty devastating.

There was no Google in those days, and searching for something was not as easy as entering a word or two in a browser window.

To be banned from one of the ancient message-boards was like losing service, for you might not be able to find another website that matched your interests.

That of course, was then, and this is Now.

Today, there is Always another website


If you do a Google for 'Online Writing Sites that Pay' you will get quite a number of pages. Some of the sites are wastes of time, others can get a visit.

I have written for a number of sites; some are defunct, some are rip offs, some are okay.

That means, for example, if you are using a site which doesn't pay well, or
tramples your rights, or is arbitrary, or is infested by persons of limited
mentalities, you don't have to stay there.

There is always another site about to be launched, another about to go down; the Internet is a very active place.

Don't be Faithful

Have a slurry of online sites which deal with the same and different issues.

Join as many publishing sites as you want, as many Forums, Message Boards, and do not trap yourself into one.

Whatever you publish on site X you shake up and publish on Site Y. You give new versions on site Z. In short, you keep yourself from being tied to any place.

This can't be emphasised enough; excellent writing sites go down, they stop paying, they are sold, they change their policies, they are labeled content farms, they have an influx of inferior writers....whatever happens, keep yourself from too tightly linking to one site.

Message Boards/Social Media

Yes, everyone has a Facebook page or a Twitter account.
But there are also message boards which deal with specific topics of your interest.

If you are on one, and like my friend, step on the wrong toe, do a search
and you will find another site. There is always an option. It is no longer the
Web Site's game, it is User's choice.


Some years ago, a friend of mine was thrown off of a Women's health
site because she came into conflict with a chap who had carte blanche
as he was the owner's current boyfriend.

My friend hadn't know this when she responded to his rather discomforting
posts, then suddenly, she was banned.

She felt as if she'd been locked out of her home. This is because, as those
who use message boards or fora know, one becomes involved to the extent
that being arbitrarily kicked off or demoted provokes an emotional response.

Today, it is a shrug.
Because there is always another site

Watching TV Programs/Movies Online

There are hundreds of sites. Sites all over the world. Sites which ignore the word "copyright" and are situated in nations which can't be prosecuted for copyright infringement.

A movie, currently in theatres, currently a Block Buster, can be seen online. Can be seen FREE online.

Ignore any site that demands payment, your information, anything. That site is NOT the only one which offers what you want.

When you find a site which is Free, which demands nothing, and has the programmes or movies you wish to see, bookmark it, but keep looking for others, for every so often, that site will go down.

It will go down because it is attacked by those who own the copyright. So, it goes down, but you jump to another site. And outside of a few minutes, you've lost nothing.

Yes, some sites are better than others, some sites even remember where you stopped a show or which episode you are up to. Others don't.

Have a number of these sites bookmarked, and jump from one to another as you desire.

Dis connect

Never get 'emotional' about any site. Whether a publishing venue a Forum or source Information or TV/Movie viewer. All sites are subject to collapse. All sites are subject to being hacked, sold or closed.

All sites are subject to change.

A fantastic site may be taken over by those who have no idea why it is fantastic, and destroy it. Another might be subject to such neglect that it becomes a district of Trollkingdom.

What you do to 'protect' yourself is keep a list of a slurry of sites. When one goes down you concentrate on another and eventually you will no longer even care about the topic or the activity on the lost site.

If you are kicked off a site because of some glitch, be it the attitude of the Mods or some other reason, move on. You'll find something better.

Be selective, and don't get sentimental.


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    • qeyler profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago

      I did join RedGage as a matter of fact. What you have to do is read the TOS any writing site which is Demand..."You write about X and I pay you Y" means you have sold your copyright to them. The pay is usually like 15 bucks.

      If you read Factoidz Terms of Use you'll run.

    • Faybe Bay profile image

      Faye Constantino 

      8 years ago from Florida

      Thank you, I plan on reading them through then. I will definitely be checking out the other sites you suggested as time goes by. I hope you have joined RedGage. If you haven't they pay well.I am FaybeBay on there as well, but haven't figured it out well enough to make money yet.

    • qeyler profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago

      Each Chap is virtually stand alone in the Early part...the First Chap is 'Gennie on the Ship'

      As to writing sites; Avoid Factoidz, Suite 101, and Helium. You can join Triond, Bukisa, Xomba. There's a new one called Wikinut, but no one has been paid yet, so I'd wait with that one, and another one called Sniply which has been hyped.

      There's always another site. You don't have to put up with foolishness.

    • Faybe Bay profile image

      Faye Constantino 

      8 years ago from Florida

      I don't know how I lucked into finding this, but I love your philosophy. I am looking for the first chapter of your recent hub Passed Perfect, but this is way past perfect for me. I am just learning my way around the internet. I now know there are other writing sites, and I am just starting to find them. It is comforting to know that the web has come so far. I remember my kids being devastated when the web site would 'boot them out' because the server couldn't handle the traffic. LOL


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