Wizzley is set up on a shared impression model. The way Wizzley earns money is by sharing impressions with their authors. Wizzley does not charge you any money to use their platform, however they do earn money from your pages on their impressions.
Here is what the Wizzley FAQ says:
Wizzley and its authors make money through ads. Google AdSense and Chitika ads are automatically integrated in your articles. In addition, you may market products from Amazon, Zazzle, and AllPosters and get paid a commission on sales.
To claim your share of ad impressions, enter your appropriate affiliate ID in your member account on Wizzley.com. It will then be substituted in 50-60% of the page impressions of your articles. Your affiliate revenue will be credited directly to your accounts with Google AdSense, Amazon, AllPosters or Zazzle.
After you have created 50 quality articles, your ad share will increase to 55%. After 100 articles we'll give you the maximum share of 60%. Recruit new members and get a permanent 10% share of the ad impressions generated by their articles.
Let's explain this further. Wizzley rotates your account ID, and their account ID on your articles, so that depending on how many articles you have, your ID shows up 50 to 60% of the time, and Wizzley's ID shows up the rest of the time. If you recruit a new member, your ID will show up on their pages during 10% of Wizzley's impressions.
If a reader clicks through an ad on one of your impressions, you get 100% of the money earned from that action. If a reader clicks through an ad on one of Wizzley's impressions, Wizzley gets 100% of the money made from that action. Over a period of time, you will earn about 50 to 60% of the money made from that page.
One thing to note is that when your ID is on your page, it is on the entire page, all Adsense, Chitika, Amazon, Ebay, AllPosters, and Zazzle modules, and all Viglink links. When Wizzley's ID is on the page, it is on the entire page. The system does not mix up ID's on any given impression.