Revenue Sharing Scheme of writing sites
I had been to a site where the writers were sociable – that means they interact with posts – so I was easily enamoured. In a short time, I had gained many friends. But before the month was over, there was this sad news that the owner had ran away with the money.
Left with nothing, the 3 admin who were left out tried to rebuild the site. After renaming it, they laid out the same policy as before.
And like what happened before, another confession was made before the month was over – no money to pay the writers. I wonder why that site which committed double hits was still being patronized by some writers. They say it’s not about money. I agree, it’s more of friendship.
Okay. But come to think of it, a writing site with lots of members surely generate revenue. And who can audit the revenue but the admin themselves. Right? And if the 3 admin would all agree not to share the revenue with the writers then that’s what happens.
Oops, I am not implying anything. This is just a speculation but a calculated guess – that writing sites with a good number of members would earn over the expenses and come out with a net income that they can share with the writers.
So do you really believe what the admin said about not earning anything because of the SEO failure of the articles? Come on, the marines had left for Syria.
On a brighter note, there is this site called ChatAbout where you can comment on the topics. It also has a forum and some other categories that you can post comments to.
It is not so exciting but if the earnings is to be considered then ChatAbout is a good site. A comment of at least 20 words earns ½ cent so when I write 20 comments I get 10 cents in return. Those 20 comments is the equivalent of the earnings that one post gets in this site since I have 9 posts and with 98 cents in the bank.
Well, what do you think?
PS. I hope I wouldn’t be misunderstood in this particular post. ChatAbout is the only writing site that had paid me real money – all of $15 that are in my paypal account. I am hoping that PP can match it.
Note: The photo depicts my disappointment over writing sites that dupe the writers
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