When videos go viral, the creator often doesn’t get a penny, but if you submit your photos and videos to Newzulu, you can share in a 50/50 split that, if sold to news organisations, could easily earn you a pretty penny!
In the days of print news media it was often said “don’t believe everything you read in the papers.” These days, it is often a case of believe many things that you don’t read in the mainstream news media. Thankfully, we have the Internet to fill in the gaps, because one glaring example has just surfaced.
Facebook users are getting fed up with 'clickbait' headlines and the social media giant is finally doing something about it, announcing big changes to its News Feed algorithm today in a bid to reduce the number of “spammy" headlines.
Thanks Peter! A story well worth reporting.A tiny step in a better direction except that 2035 will be far too[…]
Pyramid payments for the rollout and the smallest chunk for the actual guys doing the rollout. What a surprise from[…]
By moving away from fibre and sticking with an archiac mess of copper the Coalition ensured that wireless would be[…]
This is such an interested case, that will shape the World's view of a controlled monopoly or is it a[…]
Excellent article thx Alex -Pricing to enable bonuses to execs while hiding what they do to their 'essential workers' -[…]