Want Another “Basket” to Put Your Eggs In? Try Wizzley

As someone who loves earning online, I understand the importance of diversifying. As they say, don’t put your eggs in one basket. Blame it on my fear of losing my income, but that’s the way it is. That’s why I invest enough time to look for profitable online activities such as affiliate marketing, blogging, offering my writing services, and a lot more. And let me tell you, the diversification process is never ending. Anytime, this could all go away, but as much as I can, I’d like to hold onto my online income. To do that, I have to keep up with the changes, or at least diversify.

In my previous article published here, I urged everyone to diversify their affiliate marketing writing / earning platforms by publishing their articles at Seekyt. To be honest, at first I thought that Seekyt was too simple. But as I went along, I realized that this “simplicity” is actually Seekyt’s power. If you look at how the articles are laid out, readers are not distracted by too many modules at the sidebar, flashy Java script widgets, or anything that draws attention away from the content. In short, when a visitor finds our articles here at Seekyt, he’ll sure to read it. But because this is the case, it’s also our responsibility to write quality content. Otherwise, it defeats our purpose of publishing at Seekyt.

Going back to diversifying, as I said earlier, the process seems to never end. So after mastering Seekyt, we need to find another basket to fill.

Why not Wizzley?

I fell in love with Wizzley about two months before I decided to say “yes” to Seekyt. I thought that the layout is one of the most beautiful I’ve seen, and that the modules are very easy to use. As one netizen said, Wizzley takes the best of both Hubpages and Squidoo. I agree.

With Wizzley, you don’t have to worry about tweaking html codes just so you can put an Amazon image in the right location. All you have to do is to select and tick the right box. And just like Squidoo and Seekyt, Wizzley has a supportive community. And the best part is, they allow articles that are meant to promote Amazon products.

As for the site’s revenue-sharing program, your affiliate tag gets 50% (or 60%) exposure or appearance in all your Amazon, Zazzle, and Allposters affiliate URLs. And if you find merging all your earnings in one monthly paycheck, you can always join Viglink. Check out the site to know more about this option.

But before you decide to register with the site, there’s something you need to know about Wizzley’s moderation rules. First, you are required to create at least 5 quality articles before they can get indexed by Google and do-followed. With your writing skills, I’m sure you can pass this test with flying colors.

Second, you might want to check out this Wizzley guide I created out of my love for Wizzley. Download it from Scribd. Don’t worry, this is absolutely FREE. After that, you can go ahead and register with Wizzley. Enjoy!