Well we all know how popular Myspace can be. It's the poster child for the whole Web 2.0 movement. It's been a great place to socialize, goof off, and network. Myspace has also been used for some bad things such as cyber bulling and a hang out spot for sex offenders. I guess nothing can be perfect. As an internet marketer we all view myspace has a huge potential source of income. But obviously social networking sites like Myspace really frown on marketing or making money with their network. Isn't the whole purpose of Web 2.0 is that sharing is caring? So damn it, share by allowing us to make money. lol
In any event as a marketer that's always peeved me. These guys are making millions if not billions of dollars in ad revenue and yet they stiffle the little guys that are trying to earn some money. I'm not totally cynical I understand there are people out there that would abuse the system as we've seen that done in other places. But I still don't think it justifies the no tolerance attitude towards monetizing social networks. But who cares what I think.
Well apparently Yuwie.com does. How would you feel if I told you that a site like Myspace.com would pay you for doing things you already do on Myspace such as:
* Uploading Photos
* Uploading Videos
* Posting in your Blog
* Updating your profile.
If you're one of the billions of people living on this earth that needs cash to buy stuff you should feel very excited!
Whatever you're doing now on Myspace, Yuwie.com is willing to pay you to do on their website. Bu Bu bye Myspace!
Okay myspace may not being going anywhere for a long time. But I think once people know they can get paid to use a social networking site you'll see a lot of converters to Yuwie.com
Benefits of Yuwie.com
– Get paid to use the site like you would on myspace.
– Get paid to refer others to do the same things
– It's totally free.
Negatives of Yuwie.com
– It's just not as big as Myspace (yet)
– Your earning will vary from month to month and depends on how much they earn as a website.
Yuwie.com has a lot of potential. Like anything new if you join early and start referring all your myspace buddies; You can earn a lot of money really quickly. For all you know Yuwie.com may replace Myspace. And honestly I wouldn't shed a tear because I love the idea that a big social network is willing to share the profits with their users especially if you won't allow your users to market on your site!
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You need to do some updating on your site. Yuwie.com is for sale.
There are other links on your site that bring up a “oops! 404 File Not Found.
Thanks but please note when the article was posted.
By the way it’s Eddy not Eddie.
Hey Eddy i am a diehard myspace user…Don’t hate on myspace now hahaha just playin. I know what you mean, you cant even post referal links on myspace anymore. Anyways just curious about the site, i signed up via your link (wink wink) i was just curious how much (around because i know it varies from month to month,), can i hope to earn monthly or even yearly if i am active. Please more info on earnings would be most hopeful-Greg ps i bookmarked your page lol im going to take full advantage of your knowledge on these sites because i dont want to get scammed. i noticed you didnt post payment proof so im just curious.
People still use Myspace? lol
Just kidding Greg. In terms of Yuwie, I’ll be quite honest with you. I’ve dropped the ball on it since the time of this review. I just didn’t see a lot of traction from it so I kept it moving on to other things like the stuff you see in my personal recommendations: http://www.workathomenoscams.com/recommendations
When you don’t see any proof of income from me for a given opportunity, it’s usually because I just didn’t really have the energy to put into the opportunity or didn’t feel it was worth my time. However that being said, I probably thought that it may have been a good option for others. So keep that in mind as you read through the site. Hope this helps answers your question.
Hey Eddy, Just a heads up. I was reading through the terms of service page and found that you cannot market on there unless you have their approval. But hey, it’s all good if they pay you to do what you already love to do. I for one don’t like giving out my social so I will stay away for a while and see what comes about. Thanks for all the great info. I love your site.
Thanks for posting you comment!
I’ll be honest I had the same problem but it was merely because I failed to write my user info down. I guess that could happen to any site. But I hear ya.
Hi ya, I joined yewie 2 days ago and have found it practically impossible to log back in—- 2 times in perhaps as much as 20 attempts, not good if i am to rely on refering people.