San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 22, 2010
Flixya (http://www.flixya.com), a publishing platform for monetizing user content, announced the release of its popular social networking site that offers members 100% ad revenue. Flixya V3 leverages the Google AdSense API and features a streamlined interface and a long list of essential improvements for easy publishing, increased earning potential and rapid media distribution.
Flixya.com was co-founded in 2006 by Adam Oliver and Ivan Wong and was the first revenue sharing video site to split ad revenue generated by user content. In 2007 Flixya implemented the Google AdSense API and increased the revenue split from 50% to 100% . With the ability to generate revenue without the need for a website and the extended options of photo sharing and blogging, Flixya has attracted a cult-like following. The site has nearly 500,000 members and the amount of time spent on Flixya can vary from a few minutes a day to ten hours or more sharing photos, videos or writing blogs. Savvy Internet users can earn significant revenue. Members outside the US have seen their earnings grow, sometimes surpassing their income from their day jobs. However, the demographics of the community is quickly shifting from oversees to an increase in members living in the United States.
Revenue Sharing Goes Mainstream
"Due to a downturn in the economy, more and more people are attracted to the opportunity to earn incremental revenue from online sources," said Adam Oliver, co-founder and chief executive officer. "The ease-of-use and publishing tools attract thousands of students, stay-at-home moms, retirees and others. Flixya is not all about making money. Often times, our members find that sharing content is an enjoyable activity, above and beyond the added benefit of earning an income online."
Based in San Francisco, Flixya.com is part of the Flixya Entertainment, LLC company that operates a network of media-related sites which include ImageBam, a global top 400 website hosting over 100 million images, Snapixel, a photography magazine and hosting platform and VideoBam, a video hosting platform. Founded in 2006 and based in San Francisco with a satellite office in Bratislava, Slovakia, the company is privately held. For more information please visit http://www.flixya.com.
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