I haven’t spent much time on the Smorty website. They have a unique program for exchanging reviews with other bloggers on the site. It’s a great idea, but I caution you to make sure you’re reviewing sites you’d normally discuss on your site. If you’re a blogger who usually discusses types of turtles, turtle care and breeding, then don’t review a blog about Jupiter. Even if Jupiter gets ten thousand hits a day. Stick with your kind. I haven’t used that feature so I’m not sure how it works. I think the whole Smorty site is a little difficult to navigate. Like anything, you just need to get used to it. It’s hard to say if they only have a teeny amount of opportunities or if maybe only the ones I’m available for show on my screen maybe? In my experience, they pay quickly, like I’m thinking they pay as soon as it’s reviewed and accepted. I’m not sure how long they require you to keep the link active- who knows? Comment if you know the answer, please.
If you’re like me, you have created several titles in your eHow articles queue and simply haven’t written them. eHow isn’t cool with that and they’re giving you until November 26th to write them or release them. Imagine- someone else profiting from your article idea. I have a LOT- like over 40. I’ve done a […]
OK, so I’ve been writing for Break Studios for almost 2 weeks now. I promised I’d write up a review once I had them figured out. They’re really laid back, compared to Demand Studios. The titles are also really different. the pay is also significantly lower. So far, it’s balancing out, though. I’m able to […]
Helium pays beginning writers a percentage of the income generated from ad clicks and also offers contests for writers and a “marketplace” where writers can write “on spec” for other publications and websites. However, Helium itself has almost no editorial guidelines. Many beginning writers like that their work won’t be rejected, even if it’s terrible. […]