Sunday, May 8, 2011

New Revenue Sharing Site - Publishers Vault

A new revenue sharing site has recently hit the scenes offering an 75/25 split for article writers. With a Professional look and feel to it Publishers' Vault is quickly rising in the ranks. As far as most revenue sharing sites go Publishers Vault has high standards such as 400 word minimum, and strong stance against overly promotional articles.

Original and quality content is expected, and understandably so since the the site motto is "Where the Best Information Is Kept". A motto that holds true regarding the content found on Publishers Vault. The main focus of this revenue sharing site is on music, travel, and literature articles. While articles on other subjects are welcome, the largest amounts of traffic will most likely be connected with the sites main themes.

For a relatively new revenue sharing site, articles from Publishers' Vault has began to hold their weight in many SERP's. The average rankings are climbing steadily and the site itself is gaining more authority daily. It comes as no surprise though, since such a high standard has been set on the quality and content of the articles submitted.

If you are looking for a professional revenue sharing site to place your articles on then Publishers' Vault might be just the place. Anyone who takes pride in their work is welcome so check it out.

My Latest News

Lately I have been working more on audio production than writing. I am in the process of making an entry to the Image-Line Remix Veela contest. The first prize is a set of 1k monitor speakers and $500 cash with some plug-ins is well worth the many hours I am spending. Even if I don't win I will still be that much better at audio production.

For those who are new here you will notice the blog design has changed. I am not finished with it yet and will be continuing work on it in the next few weeks.

I am pleased with how the design and content on FL Studio Fanatic is shaping up. I posted a small article there earlier today about using the channel settings to create portamento. The tutorial selection is slowly growing with each new post and I have begun making videos to compliment the tutorials as well.

FL Studio Discount Link

If you are already familiar with the program and ready to buy then you can just follow this FL Studio discount link to claim your 10% off. The conditions that apply are being a first time buyer or unregistered user of FL. You will also need to spend $89 or more for the FL Studio discount link to work.

You can always check out the demo version first to see if FL Studio is right for you. Make sure to bookmark this page so you can come back to claim your FL Studio 10 discount later if you choose to buy.

There are 4 Editions to choose from. If you are unsure which one is best for you then Check out this page on FL Studio 10 Editions.You will find useful information there about each edition to help you decide which one suits your needs best. That site also has a Fruity loops discount link as well.

It is important that you do a little research first to see which features of FL10 you are going to need and plan to use. I made the mistake of buying FL Studio before I really knew what I wanted. Needless to say I upgraded editions withing the next few days. I also was unaware of the fl studio discount link, which would have saved me $30 if I bought the edition I needed in the first go.

Since the FL Studio discount link is only good for first time buyers I suggest knowing what you want before you use it. This way you will get the best saving overall. You will not find more than 10% off unless Image-Line (the FL makers) is having a special discount sale going on at the time.