One of the exciting things about our new service, is the more the Daytipper community grows, the richer the site becomes as an information resource
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San Francisco, Calif. (PRWEB) January 12, 2007 –
Daytipper, a media company enabling people to share practical, everyday knowledge with others, today launched a new service that allows people to read, publish, save, and share tips at http://www.daytipper.com. Daytipper’s new website service allows users to submit tips on various topics, such as relationships, money, gardening and travel. Pending review for content quality by Daytipper’s editors, tipsters will either be paid $3 USD through their Paypal account, or given a credit to their charity of choice. Once tips are published, visitors vote on the usefulness of the tips, which improves the tip’s ranking and visibility on the page. Visitors can also add their own input to published tips using the “Comments” feature.
“Every one of us is an expert on something… whether it is how to save time, money, or even a marriage,” said Daytipper Co-founder and Principal Nathan Preheim. “We wanted to create a service that would allow people to share that knowledge with others, and be compensated for it.”
Learn Practical Tips And Advice From Others.
Visitors to the Daytipper website can browse and search various content categories, as well as view the latest tips posted daily to the homepage. “One of the exciting things about our new service, is the more the Daytipper community grows, the richer the site becomes as an information resource,” noted Daytipper Partner and Creative Director Tyler Munson. Users can also subscribe to a regular email service, highlighting the best of Daytipper’s tips. One active Daytipper tipster, ‘Amy in Los Gatos’ said, “Daytipper is a surprisingly addictive daily dose of other people’s little pearls of wisdom. And you can even be paid for your own.”
Share And Save Your Favorite Tips.
Daytipper visitors can share their favorite tips using the “Forward to a Friend”, “Add to Del.icio.us” and “Add to Digg” features. Favorite tips can also be saved for later reference by adding them to their “My Favorites” folder. “We wanted to create a site that is fun, functional, and extremely user-friendly, as we’re catering to a broad spectrum of target markets,” said Daytipper partner and CTO Shane Lowry. “The beauty of our service is really its simplicity.”
Daytipper, a privately-held company, was established in 2005 by colleagues that share a common goal: develop a service that allows the global community to submit and share tips, information, advice, and ideas. Founded by experienced veterans of the Internet and publishing industries, their mission is two-fold: assemble a popular and useful collection of tips, and allow everyone to contribute.
NOTE TO EDITORS: Daytipper is a trademark of Vitamin-T, LLC. All other trademarks mentioned in this document are the property of their respective owners.