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When Will This Website Raise The Earnings?

13 coins earned here and that translates into only $0.01. What's up with that? When I've first created a profile here I thought this will be the next Bubblews, or at least equal as good, because this is how they've presented themselves. They said that they are not able to pay all that much now but that they are working on it to raise the earnings in the near future, but almost 2 months has gone and the earnings are really really bad.

I have to admit I am not exactly online here writing all the time, but that is because I see it like losing money rather than making money. Plus that, I keep getting that e-mail that I haven't been online for a while and they will delete my account if I don't visit. I understand their position on a way, but on the other hand, I think they should try to raise the value of the website if they want to see more people here.

So my question actually is: Is this website going to raise the earnings?


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juraganrafi wrote on September 6, 2014, 10:50 AM

all processes need: D just enjoy the process hehehe

paigea wrote on September 6, 2014, 10:50 AM

I am not an expert on Persona Paper, but the only way to raise the earnings is to write things that people (including outsiders) want to read. Then advertisers will pay to be here. Show them the writing - then they show the money.

LynnWrites wrote on September 6, 2014, 2:29 PM

Slow and steady wins the race. Things don't happen overnight, it takes time to build a site and fill it with content that will draw the public in. They will raise the earnings when they can. I like their approach, they are honest and communicate what is going on with the site as it goes along. If you are here to make a quick buck fast then you might be in the wrong place. If you love to write, enjoy interacting with others, and watching a new site grow then you're in the right place. Take a look at bubblews, they promised big bucks, got big to fast, and now can't pay some writers, or when they can it is late. They have site issues, are overwhelmed with spam, plagiarism and communication with their writers is almost nil. I would rather see Persona learn from the mistakes made by other web sites, take it slow, focus on quality not quantity, as those are the things that will lead them to success in the end. They want are striving for outside views and it will come in time. Web sites have been dropping like flies because their content is just spam, unoriginal content, and of no interest to outside viewers. At least Persona is able to pay, and if they continue slow will be able to do so as they grow.

MaeLou wrote on September 6, 2014, 2:38 PM

Honestly, and not to sound mean, but it is people like you that join, aren't happy with the earnings and then never ever come back or post that prevents us from earning more. We can only earn more when the members are here.

Scorpie wrote on September 6, 2014, 5:29 PM

I'm thinking when a very hot place undergoes a catastrophic temperature inversion.

melody23 wrote on September 6, 2014, 7:00 PM

I just wanted to say that I totally agree with everything you have said here. The honesty and communication here are the best I have ever experienced and I have been writing online for almost a decade. That other site is a mess, and it is absolutely for all the reasons you said here.

This site is a great place to be, there is very little spam and when there is it is dealt with quickly, same for plagiarism. If you contact the admins about anything they not only respond, but they do so quickly and with genuine interest in what you have to say.

OldRoadsOnceTraveled wrote on September 6, 2014, 9:08 PM

Persona Paper will be able to afford an a pay increase when revenue increases sufficiently. In order for revenue to increase sufficiently, views must increase sufficiently to attract advertisers.

In order for views to increase sufficiently to attract advertisers, there must be a good selection of interesting content that outside viewers want to read. In order to have a sufficient amount of interesting content to attract outside viewers, writers have to write more content that is of interest, then promote that content. That takes time, effort, and commitment on the writers' part.

It's kind of hard to get rich on one introductory post.

LoudMan wrote on September 6, 2014, 11:52 PM

Well, at least your next post has room for improvement. :)

florypaula wrote on September 7, 2014, 9:04 AM

Ok, first of all I do love to write, but I would also like to earn money out of it considering that I Don't have a daily job but only my online work, so I do think my time is precious and valuable no matter how much I would love what I do. I am sorry that I can't be pleased with little when bills pile up and I have no money to pay them with. When I will be rich or win the lottery I will do this just for the pleasure it bringing me, but until then, I need to earn a revenue.

And "people like me" MaeLou , are people who make their income online ... no income translates to us into no money to pay your bills and everything else you need.

I am not saying this might not be a great website, I am sure in some ways it is, but I am not doing this online work for long, so I don't have any back-up earning to lay on until the website picks-up. I need something that satisfies my pleasure for writing as well as my need for revenue. So please stop judging just because you can afford to wait for the earning to get better here.

Thank you all for commenting. Have a nice day.

LeaPea2417 wrote on December 30, 2015, 12:49 PM

They did raise it to 0.0015, but they raised the minimum to 20 dollars to cash out. And, it is still slow, there are people who have cashed out at 20 recently but seriously they have to be writing here all day.