A New Place in Town to #Blog – Niume

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I follow many blogs and in doing so, besides enjoying so many, I sometimes come across some special nuggets of great information. Today I’m going to share an interesting nugget with you.


My friend and social media expert, Janice Wald from Mostlyblogging.com offers up a wealth of information on her blog about everything from blogging tips to interesting social media and SEO tips about gaining exposure for our blogs and brand.


Recently, Janice posted an informative article about Niume. This is a site offering writers to post content, or perhaps post content from blogs already written, to gain new readership and possibly earn some money doing so. Money you’re thinking? Yes, and here is how it works:


The lingo is a tad different there, whereby instead of ‘likes’ on a post, they call them ‘hype’. Niume pays you for views of your post if you link up your Paypal email address to your account. It also pays you $1.00 for signing up from an invitation to join from someone else, and subsequently, once you join and share your ‘referral link’ from your dashboard, anyone else signing up with your link will earn $1.00 as well as you each time someone new joins with your referral. How cool is that?


Okay, so now that I may have piqued your interest, I’m going to share my link here in case any of you may be curious to join. Why not make it worth your while in dollars?


Here’s my link: https://niume.com/?ambassadorID=66466  Clicking on the link will take you to the Niume site.


  • Once you join you can choose the ‘spheres’ (categories you want to blog under) and when you find an article you enjoy and wish to subscribe to that author, you just hit ‘subscribe’ at the end of their post. And remember, if you enjoyed the article, hit ‘hype’ to show you’ve enjoyed.
  • There are also lots of share buttons to share your posts around, and Niume helps to share your posts in their feed.
  • *Note: From what I’ve learned from Janice, Google search engines don’t appreciate us ‘double blogging a post’ and if their robots find duplicate posts in search engines they may frown upon it and stop pulling up your work. But, according to Janice’s research, you can post content from your website already posted as long as you change the Heading of the post, you’ll be okay with the search engines.
  • *One other caveat: Writing or copying and pasting over a post to Niume and writing ‘continue reading’ to get people over to your blog isn’t allowed. It’s called ‘click baiting’ so remember that whatever you choose to post should be a full article. There are plenty of places to add your websites at the end of an article and in your bio. And beware that this site doesn’t condone promoting your wares and books. Our links to our website is permissible.

If you’d like more details about Niume, you can visit Janice’s post Here 

Please Visit Niume Here through my link. And be sure to let me know what you think about it, and if you’ve joined so I can ‘subscribe’ to you too!