I'd like to make a couple of suggestions for the future, which relate to the way that Wizze's show up in the SERPS.
The first is in relation to the video capsule, which is currently a 'YouTube' capsule.
YouTube capsules are great and all that, but embedding videos from certain other sources (including Google Video and Vimeo) will result in a video thumbnail appearing in the 'Video Results' of certain (many) Google searches.
I know this as I'm currently building a site which embeds documentary films from all over the place, Google treats a Vimeo and Google Video embed as if the video is actually hosted by the streaming site and will index it in the video results as a result (with your Wizzley page title as the video title!).
The result in some cases is your page of content ranking twice, one in the video results, and once in the organic results.
I'm still learning a lot about this, as I build my site, but I have already achieved the following on Google with one post:
Result 1: Wikipedia
Result 2: (Unorganic Google Video listing) - My vid (Vimeo embed) shown next to YouTube (leads viewers to my page).
Result 3: IMDB
Result 4: Post on my site.
The highest that my post could realistically rank is number 4, because it won't beat Wikipedia and IMDB, and the video slot isn't going to make way, but I can get featured in that video slot.
Here's an example of a term which gives usual posts or pages NO CHANCE:
pulp fiction trailer
Nobody is going to write a Wizz with the title 'pulp fiction trailer', but they may write a post with the keywords 'apple tv review' in the title....
.... I get three video results in the top 4.
I'm still playing around a lot with video embeds so still much to learn, but there is a way for Wizzley to potentially show in those results, and it doesn't even have to involve making or hosting your own vids (it can involve simply embedding from the right places).
Another suggestion that I have is for rating stars, to enable either readers to rate a post or product, or the writer to rate a product or post or similar.....
When I search for 'Apple TV Review' the top result has those rating stars.
My new site also has user rating, and those stars show up in the SERPS, I tend to find that posts which have rating stars show up higher in the SERPS than those which don't.
Those are both things that Wizzley could do to at very least improve their CTR on search engines, but also potentially help catapult themselves UP the SERPS.
As for the writers, I won't be doing this because I'd like to remain anonymous, but I noticed there are very few people claiming authorship of their pages through Google+
If any of you haven't already done this, it can potentially really help you move your pages up those SERPS!