Niume Users Coming to myLot
March 8, 2017 1:09pm CST
I wanted to post this in the Niume Facebook groups, but maybe it is more appropriate here... I see many users from Niume are coming here, one by one. :) I must say, as everybody already knows, the situation with the views on Niume is not satisfying... But the thing is I'm glad I see my fellows from the site here... :)
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• Austin, Texas
I went from myLot to Literacy Base to Niume. I like all three sites. If you're reviewing the money-making aspect, even though there is income potential at all 3, it's like this. Niume dollars? Not so easy to earn but doable. Literacy Base dollars? Really easy to earn if you blog. MyLot dollars? Super easy to earn! It's almost impossible to not earn.
• Austin, Texas
@Lupita234 - Blog posts must be original content, min 300 words. You earn 15 cents to 22 cents. If you want more info just go to the site. The Help section explains in detail how to generate revenue. If you don't like to write a lot, stay here at myLot.
Hey! Thanks much! :) I started on Niume and learned about other earning sites from there... I like Nojme very much but now since they changed counting of the views it is very slow. Yes, it is fast here and I would also like to write Blogs on LiteracyBase but I have the "original content" conflict since what I am writing about is already on Niume...
• United States
I had no idea that many Niume writers are coming here... But the views thing is terrible. I don't know what they did with the view counter, or what algorithm they put in place to count views, but views are very low or non-existent for me and for many other Niume writers. Makes it very discouraging and stops me from posting anything new there. Because if hardly anyone is reading the posts there might as well post elsewhere (even if the site doesn't pay writers) where the views are good.
@lovebuglena Great, I've already heard about some of them but it is a lot to manage... I'm thinking trying them out too...:) Do they allow content which is already published elsewhere? Well that site that doesn't pay could also be good for sharing already existing posts (from Niume fir example...), right?