Thursday, July 26, 2007

Earn Money With Video Upload Photo Sharing and Blogging with Flixya

A couple of Days i had posted an article on Earning Money with Video Upload using Metacafe Video Uploading and Revver Video Uploading Features. Here is another Video Sharing service that is offering 100% of its revenues to the users.

Flixya has recently made some changes to its service and is now offering users 100% of their earnings. This seems to be far from believable. Flixya uses your Google Publisher ID to display ads on your pages and the income that is earned for your Clicks seems to be paid to the Users. What i dont understand is that How they are going to Pay 100% of the revenues to the users. Is it Genuine and Believable.

Flixya also seems to offering users with Thoughts about locations to share the videos. You can share your videos from sites like YouTube, Google Video, Revver, Daily Motion, and other video sharing sites.

Further you can share your Images from popular image hosting sites like Flickr and post photos on Ebay and Craigslist. The system seems to be far from belief and i don't see any reason for not sharing the revenue.

Does that mean they are going to Host the videos and Photos for Free online on their Disk space. What do you think of it? Post your Comments
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Anonymous said...


There is one recently launched video sharing site , which shares 50% of revenue with users. this is first Indian video share which shares revenue with users

Anonymous said...

I am dead sure that you haven’t used for promoting your products. Otherwise you would not have been complaining.

MetroJoint said...

MetroJoint a social networking site, has introduced a 'Producer Rewards' program that enables users to earn money by uploading videos on the site. The users start earning money once the video receives 5000 views.
Later, user's earnings goes on increasing per thousand view.

"This opens a great wave of enthusiasm amongst the video submitters in India, Pakistan and other countries where MetroJoint has good presence," says Kunal Pandya CEO of MetroJoint "Majority of South Asian nations sites does not have such a program."

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