I've just begun writing for Wizzley and I'd say - so far so good. Of course, ask me again in a few months when I'll know for sure whether this effort is worth it or not (we're talking bucks here, right?).
But, a couple of things I've noticed in my first weeks and for which I'd appreciate some help.
First, the Wizzley tutorial and other help features leave a lot to be desired about how Wizzley works. Oh, I know you can search for answers in the Forum and in already written articles. But that seems like a very long and circuitous route to find the answer to a simple question. Case in point. How does one use and incorporate widgets and modules on their pages? I've seen sites like Amazon offering links to paste into a page, but when I return to my Wizzley page I'll be darned if I can figure out how to incorporate the link. Same thing with modules.
Another issue/question: There are sidebars where I guess I can place my previous articles. But do I really need to cut and paste the url for all my articles (or is it a max of 3 - it's not clear) every time I publish a page? Can't this be automated in some way?
Same thing for linking my article to my social media sites. Facebook seems to be the default linkage, but why not a convenient link to Twitter, My Space, et. al? I've written for other sites where a quick link is available for every conceivable social network site. Why not at Wizzley?
Finally - for now - another suggestion for Wizzley. The tutorial and FAQs are kind of anemic. Why not a "Wizzley University" where quick answers to all of these kinds of basic questions can be provided without having to scour through hundred of articles or forum posts. I love the articles and forum posts, but really, must I read through them all before I can - or in several cases, can't - find a simple answer? Just a thought.
Looking forward to hearing from you all.