Behold: Chime.in, the newest competitor in the world of content sharing, kicks off tomorrow. It looks like a love-child of Tumblr, Twitter, and Digg/Reddit-style sites. It looks a little stark, but I’m sure that’s nothing a little customization can’t fix.
The best thing about this? Instead of Chime.in putting ads on your content like Facebook or Twitter enjoy doing, they let you have control over what ads appear. If you put up your own advertisements, you get to keep 100% of your ad revenue. If you use Chime’s ads, you split the revenue 50-50. Either way, you’re making money off of your content, even if it’s not much.
Is it worth setting up a new account to check out? We Internet peons have too many to begin with. On the other hand, money. Therefore, it’s definitely worth checking out.

Behold: Chime.in, the newest competitor in the world of content sharing, kicks off tomorrow. It looks like a love-child of Tumblr, Twitter, and Digg/Reddit-style sites. It looks a little stark, but I’m sure that’s nothing a little customization can’t fix.

The best thing about this? Instead of Chime.in putting ads on your content like Facebook or Twitter enjoy doing, they let you have control over what ads appear. If you put up your own advertisements, you get to keep 100% of your ad revenue. If you use Chime’s ads, you split the revenue 50-50. Either way, you’re making money off of your content, even if it’s not much.

Is it worth setting up a new account to check out? We Internet peons have too many to begin with. On the other hand, money. Therefore, it’s definitely worth checking out.

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