You read an article online and by the and you have an idea of what it was trying to say. But of you look at it again, all the main points and maybe also the logical sequences are buried inside a lot of text that at this time – after you understand it – is just in the way of seeing all the main points and their connections.
A browser extension that allows you to select and highlight multiple sections in the article (text and graphics), and then rearrange them on a layer “above” the article in a way that visually demonstrates the connections and logical build up of the main idea or ideas expressed in the article. You can then save this as a new web page to any cloud solution you use (like Evernote, Dropbox, Google Drive, etc.), share it, print it, etc.
To both find stuff you normally wouldn’t and to help search for and receive the best of these interesting reads.
Every reader plays two parts in this system. First, they get random suggestions for interesting reads. Then for every random unrated article they read and rate the also get a one for one credit, and can read an article that was randomly chosen but already highly rated by other readers. Of course, they can rate such an article too – but the more people already read and rated that article, the smaller the credit they get for that. You only get full credit for unrated articles. This way you both help filter the best reads for others and get the best reads from others.
Guest posting is a growing phenomenon on blogs. It has many benefits for both the blogger writing the post and the blog publishing it.
A marketplace where blog publishers and writers (most of the time one is both) can find authors to write guest posts for them and also to offer their guest post writing to other blog publishers. Each member can describe in his profile if they want to write guest posts, are looking to publish other writers’ guest posts or both. They can showcase previous works, their blogs and other relevant information regarding how they work and what they offer and expect.
When you write your post you try to make it the best you can. The best headline, best content structure, best images and videos, etc. But you don’t know if it’s the best you can do.
Create multiple versions of your blog post, test them all, publish the best, and sell the rest to other blogs. It’s more work but you will get the best performing post and get paid for doing all the extra work.