Digg-like Website Now Paying Users $500.00 « The Canadian Headlines Newspaper
by John Stokes
Do you read a lot of ‘online’ news? CanadianCurrent.com is a website inspired in part by Digg.com. You can now be paid $500.00 when users vote for your article.
CanadianCurrent’s payment structure to users is not offered by Digg.com.
Digg started out as an experiment in November 2004 by Kevin Rose, Owen Byrne, Ron Gorodetzky, and Jay Adelson. Only Kevin and Ron still play an active role in the management of the site. The original design was free of advertisements, and was designed by Dan Ries. As Digg became more popular, Google AdSense was added to the website. In July 2005, the site was updated to “Version 2.0.”
Read CanadianCurrent.com’s website for more information.
internet site reference: CanadianCurrent.com