Just wondering if anyone is familiar with the site YouBundle.com?
I stumbled across it earlier today and thought it looked interesting. It seems sort of like what you might get if Squidoo and delicious had a lovechild. You create "bundles" of links around certain topics.
There is Adsense and Amazon revenue sharing, but they are vague about the percentage, so I haven't bothered to input my ID yet, nor have I figured out exactly how the Amazon revenue sharing even works.
The site does not seem to be super active, but is PR 4 and backlinks are do follow, so I thought some of you might be interested in experimenting with it.
I will be interested just as soon as I know that the impression share is at least 50%!
I am now on the case Thanks for the heads up.
ryan I too have been watching in interest. Therefore it should be interesting!
Hope you are well
I thought that the forum might help, but it is just full of spam
OK I honestly thought we were discussing an entirely different site, is it me or did a post disappear?
No, YouBundler has a forum... but there is no community there, it is just a cesspit of spam. I am going to give this one a miss.
Shame, because it looks like a fantastically well designed website. I have to question the integrity of any site which is not transparent over its money distribution.... the exact same reason that I do not use Squidoo
Yeah, I wandered over to the forum trying to figure out how the Amazon revenue share worked, but was similarly disappointed. They need to hire themselves a Maddie, that's for sure!
I just created a couple quick bundles and will add my Analytics code to see what kind of traffic they get and report back.
Nah, I'm out.
If it can't tell me how much revenue it wants to share with me, then I can't shake hands.
If anybody wants to give it a go, and report back, then I would be happy to change my mind when you all become millionaires
So far I've not been able to find anything that comes close to the hubpages except for maybe squidoo.
Triond seems to be the same as you bundle... Just a pile of spam with a vague money sharing scheme.
I wish I could find another place get to work... but I can't.
I just joined Youbundle but I'm not going to enter any of my Adsense info. I'm just going to bung some links on there.
Is it just me or is that site glacially slow?
It's not just you. Creating bundles isn't too bad, but viewing them seems to take forever.
It's very frustrating, because this was exactly the sort of fast, easy way to group a bunch of related links and media in moderately attractive fashion that I've been looking for, and when I finally find it, the site is slow, buggy (it took two days for my Analytics code to register as being present on the site), and possibly abandoned by its creators.
I've used YouBundle for ages, ever since it was Beta I think. It's a good place to get back links, though they changed it so bundles are nofollow until they get HOT.
I've entered my affiliate details on my account, but I don't make anything significant from it. I think YouBundle is best for links rather than making money.
The site has been very slow recently. Shame, because it's a good concept.
Sounds like a weird set up. Why would it be so slow? What is causing that. Servers not being maintained or traffic? I know very little about this company and what little I read was non-committal. Will check further. It always pays to be careful, when people are vague about payments. Vague happens for a reason, in my book.
Just found a very similar site called BagTheWeb.
Downside: no rev. share
Upside: dofollow PR 4 backlinks
It seems to be under more active development and I have not noticed the speed issues that Marisa and I experienced with YouBundle.
In addition to creating "bags" of links and multimedia, you can also create posts to add to bags, a potentially useful feature. Less useful is the weird tagging system where you have to recommend a bag (yours or anyone else's) in order to tag it.
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