This site is really hard to use. Their interface is really ridiculous. I’ve worked a few posts for them, but honestly, I just don’t understand why each job shows up in ten places. And when the job is over, shouldn’t it disappear or something? I don’t know. I don’t like this site. I’m thinking this might be the one where you actually write the blog post, THEN you bid to see if they’ll pay you for it. What’s up with that? And the minimum payout for PayPal is $10, then you have to request payment, they don’t automatically pay you. The entire site is difficult to navigate. Maybe I was spoiled by PayPer Post or something. This site involves too much logging on to communicate with the sites you’re writing for.
Ok- dilemma, I wanted a twitter widget in my sidebar but I wanted it to complement the theme of the site. I didn’t want to use the standard wordpress RSS sidebar widget (which would only show the tweets, without any embellishment) In my research, I found… Widgetbox. I’m not too impressed with Widgetbox. I made […]
And I don’t mean to use the word “battle” in a war-like sense, I just mean that there are two different philosophies niche bloggers should be aware of, and maybe they’re wrong and maybe they’re right, but the speculation is interesting. And I want to add mine so that there’s really three. OK so today […]
A- none. I know there are advocates out there for massive article-promotion campaigns, but I’m not one of them and I’ll tell you why. #1- your article is REALLY only interesting to a few people- people who SEARCH google, yahoo, bing, etc for that information. If your SEO is on target, they will find it. […]