With so many freelance writing websites it can be easy to get your fingers burned or feel out of your depth. Not here at Wizzley though
A new venture
OK first let me confess that I am a newbie on Wizzley. I have a handful of articles and a short membership so far. However you can often assess such opportunities quickly. Having written on similar sites for the last 5 or so years I have certainly learned the hard way. These days I like to think that I still have a lot to learn but that I am less green.
All of this means that I feel able to have my say about Wizzley already. Hopefully it may help you decide if it is the site for you.
So easy to use
Having written on Hubpages for a few years perhaps Wizzley was extra easy for me. Hubpages uses a similar format but Wizzley wins hands down for ease of use. Drag and drop the capsules, add pertinent coloured backgrounds and more as easily as 1,2,3. If you prefer use the small arrows to shuffle the capsules of your page around, as you edit.
For those who are truly new to such ventures easy tutorials will soon help you get started.
Easy on the eye
Once you have created your profile and you first page you will see how easy on the eye Wizzley is. The pages will attract readers as they are reader friendly. Adding images, videos, amazon products and the like will add appeal as well as make you money, hopefully.
Thumbs up Wizzley
Overall Wizzley offers an easy to access website where you can share your views. You can create ages about almost any subject, as long as you obey the site rules of course. These are the usual rules regarding hate, profanities, spam, poor content and plagarism. It is best to familiarise yourself with them. If being a part of a "community" attracts you make sure that you show up at the forum pages. The staff and members are friendly and you will soon feel at home.
Making money can take time. If that is your main aim remember that Rome Was not Built in a Day. Since the various Google Panda updates it has become harder to earn revenue online. It is still possible but usually takes time.
Wizzley enables you to add Azazzle and Ebay products which is a bonus.
The one thing that you need is an honest website and Wizzley appears to be just that. When such sites are in their infancy they will often have to change a little as they develop. That makes sense. How some seem to go wrong is by changing beyond recognition. What attracted you in the first place can vanish, along with you.
In the end these type of websites lose their backbone, that is their writers. Let's hope Wizzley stays as sweet as it is in its infancy but blossoms with age. Personally I think it will.