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tuneupmaniac
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on 11/03/2011

Hello Fellow Wizzers! Just got started here tonight and I am already seeing myself spending a lot of time here writing content and making new connections. Very excited to meet new people and publish high quality content.


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Digby_Adams
Posts: 698
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on 11/03/2011

Welcome to Wizzley. Nice to meet you. Don't forget to check out the Christmas contest!

AJ
Posts: 251
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on 11/03/2011

Welcome to Wizzley. What I love about this site is how easy it is to actually make a page!

hamshi5433
Posts: 46
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on 11/03/2011

 

AJ: 03. Nov 2011, 13:16

Welcome to Wizzley. What I love about this site is how easy it is to actually make a page!

Same! Just love how fast you can create and publish pages here. Smile oh and Welcome tuneupmaniac, Good luck with your Wizzley journey :)


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on 11/03/2011

It happens to the best of us, the addiction that is.  I only joined a couple of weeks ago and for the past couple of days I've been to busy to Wizzy but I find myself thinking about it all the time.

Welcome!  I think you're gonna like it here.

Rose
Posts: 29
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on 11/05/2011

I'm new too, and enjoyed creating my first wizzle - all the capsules were really intuitive and flexible, and a massive improvement on hubpages. 

Am wondering whether to tell everyone or just keep it secret. 

IMO part of the reason hubpages got pandalised was that a year ago a group of hubbers started practicing extreme SEO/marketing - full on amazon blocks with about ten or fifteen products right in the intro, and the text shoved down way underneath, and a whole bunch of other stuff. Add to that they were really prolific, plus hubpages was being spammed by SeNuke and other software. I think they made money, but the good writers got overwhelmed and outnumbered and the site tilted over and fell down.

Maybe if Wizzley is kept secret and grows simply from members producing more plus very quiet word of mouth, it will evade the destructive attention of the extreme SEO group. 

P.T. Barnum wrote the following about a century ago: "Some men have a foolish habit of telling their business secrets. If they make money they like to tell their neighbors how it was done. Nothing is gained by this, and ofttimes much is lost. Say nothing about your profits, your hopes, your expectations, your intentions."

So perhaps I shall keep my mouth shut!


Digby_Adams
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on 11/05/2011

There's a whole lot of hubbers and ex-hubbers already here. Cool

frugalrvers
Posts: 325
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on 11/06/2011

Welcome!

My husband and I were just talking about Wizzley last night. It truly is perfect...no kidding. It is no wonder we all are addicted.

I've written on Squidoo, Hub, Infobarrel, Snipsly plus my own three blogs and nothing compares to the fast ranking, traffic, fun and ease I get on Wizzley.

Wizzley works because they developed a site that takes all of the best features you could want as a writer, and leaves out all of the negatives that plague these other sites.

It is fun, really easy to use, has professional looking pages, all types of earning potential, a team that respects writers and keeps them in the loop with no surprises, in the rare case of glitches, it is acted on immediately and responded to, the forum is a positive environment...It's...ummm...errr.......Perfect!!


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chefkeem
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on 11/06/2011

Smiley


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lakeerieartists
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on 11/07/2011

Welcome to Wizzley.  It is an awesome site.  :)


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