Posts Tagged ‘micropayments’

Blog Micropayments: IndieKarma

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June 1st, 2006
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LinkyLoo, Web Ethics

Blog Micropayments: IndieKarma Each time you visit a website or blog on the indieKarma network, your account is seamlessly debited just one cent. It’s the smallest of micro-payments, directly supporting the blog or website you’re enjoying. Interesting concept, but will the average blogger/blogsurfer really benefit from this or will most of the money end up with the company. Same company as Pixelpass

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Anil wants Flickr to pay

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October 27th, 2005
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LinkyLoo

Anil wants Flickr to pay: Is user generated content worthy of remuneration? In that case, does every site one visits and helps to make popular, owe a part of their revenue to the user? I might be mocking the concept, but micropayments are not just theory anymore and this could be the beginning of something big. I am sure some blog enterpreneur is already hatching up a plot. Would you visit weblogtoolscollection more often and pay closer attention to the content if you were going to receive something in return for doing so?

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