SECTION ONE: "Legitimate Opportunities for Authors"
SECTION TWO: "How To Avoid Negative Online Publishing Experiences: Cautiously Marketing Your Intellectual Property"
The system of revenue sharing content websites can be very beneficial to content contributors but much of this depends on what websites one decides to register-with and the level of quality content submissions one has. In some cases, less-reputable or dishonest revenue sharing websites have done disservice to their contributors, by discontinuing revenue-sharing after gleaning massive amounts of content from them, by canceling contributor’s memberships for bogus reasons or by unrightfully penalizing the revenue shares of members.
In the chapters of this book, I address these types of issues and offer recommendations for choosing revenue sharing sites that can be beneficial rather than negative experiences for content contributors.
TABLE OF CONTENTS (SECTION ONE):
My Personal Experience with Revenue Sharing Websites
Things to Consider in a Content Revenue Site Contract
Getting your own Blog or Website to Generate Revenue
My Plagiarism and Article Re-publishing Observations
Tips on other Types of Publishing and Republishing
TABLE OF CONTENTS (SECTION TWO):
Avoiding Fly-By-Night Online Businesses: (A Simple Rule of Thumb)
The Better Business Bureau: Not Just a Slap on the Wrist: (Bringing Resolution to Bad Online Business Practices)
My Heated Exchange with an Online Beatles Radio Station: (Putting the Blue Meanies in Their Proper Place)
Removing my Blog from a Major Revenue Sharing Website Conglomerate: (The Strange Practices of a High-Profile Content Farm)
A Content Site Who Deleted Contributor Articles with No Warning: (One More for My List of Negative Writing Experiences)