“ A site that, according to them, "is an Internet and e-mail newsletter service which publishes over 80 free topical e-zines. 1100 contributing editors, all experts in their respective fields, scour the Web to find the best and most up-to-date information to review for the various newsletters". „
Briefme.com is a free e-magazine that is sent by email. Users subscribe to the topic of their choice and they will receive an e-magazone which has site reviews, news, information about web article summaries. The topics have several editiors which write the reviews and summaries, and the editorial staff then selects teh best of the submitted items and they are then published. It is possible for a user to become an editior (more information later in opinion.) Each e-magazine has six to ten reviews. Normally only new websites are reviewed but occasionly older websites are also reviewed. There is no limit to the number of topics a member can subscribe to, and if a topic they would like to subscrieb to is not available they can email briefme and suggest it. The topics which are currently available include: Advertising & Marketing, Traditional Advertising & Marketing, Web Antiques & Collectibles Art & Architecture Arts & Crafts Astrology, Psychic & Paranormal Automotive Beauty & Glamour Boating & Sailing Books & Literature Bridal Business News Business: E-Commerce Business: Small Business & Entrepreneurship Computer Security & Privacy Computer: Games Computer: Mac Computer: PC Computer: Programming Computer: Web & Internet Computer: Webmaster Consumer Electronics, Audio, Video Contests & Sweepstakes Education: College Life & Higher Ed Education: Reference & Learning Entertainment: Celebrity Scene Entertainment: Movies Entertainment: TV Environment, Nature & Wildlife Fashion & Style Fishing & Hunting Fitness & Nutrition Food & Drink: Beer & Cocktails Food & Drink: Cooking Food & Drink: Wine Free Stuff Gambling & Casinos Games, Toys & Hobbies Gay & Lesbian Home Improvement & Repair Home, Garden & Decorating Jokes & Humor Kid Stuff Law & Legal Issues Medicine & Health Money: Finance & Taxes Money: Investing Music: Classical
& Opera Music: Country & Folk Music: Gospel & Christian Music: Hip-Hop Music: Jazz Music: MP3 & Digital Music Music: Rock & Pop Music: Soul, Blues & R&B Parenting & Family Life Pets & Domestic Animals Photography Politics & Government Relationships & Romance Science & Technology Science Fiction & Fantasy Self-Help & Psychology Senior Living Shopping Spirituality & Religion Spirituality: New Age & Alternative Sports, Extreme & Outdoor Sports: Baseball Sports: Basketball Sports: Football Sports: Golf Sports: Motor Sports Teen Scene Telecommunications Travel & Tourism Women's Health Workplace & Career Wrestling, Boxing & Martial Arts Writing & Publisiong. The briefme website has a archive facility so users can find reviews which have been published in past issues. If you would like to become an editor all you have to do is apply online at the site you simply choose what topic you would like to become an editor for and briefme.com will email you to get more information. If you are selected you will earn five dollars for every article or review that is published. The major disadvantage of this is it is american based therefore alot of thing reviews do not apply to uk members.
Most of us have seen and read one of those web-based magazines, e-zines or e-magazines, that you subscribe to and are sent on a predetermined schedule and delivered to you by email. The Briefme e-magazine will have about 6 to 10 reviews that have been written on a topic by several different editors. Those 6 to 10 articles would have been selected by the editorial staff from all that were submitted about a given topic and then put together as a e-magazine and then sent off to each subscriber. If there is a topic that has not been included in their list then you can e-mail them to suggest the topic:- firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are just joining and are worried that you have missed some important issues don't worry because they have an archives section where you can search out past Briefme issues. You can earn $5 for each of your reviews that is accepted and published. If you think you can write reviews of websites, write articles about arts and crafts or if you specialize in writing about food and drink, music or even law and legal issues? and you would like to be paid for your expertise then sign up with briefme.com and become a contributing editor. Good all round knowledge of a topic, writing ability and being committed to the art of good journalism are what is required to become a Briefme editor. They have over 2 million subscriptions with 1100 editors contributing articles and reviews on over 80 different topics. Briefme editors mainly review new sites but still find that some of the older sites tend to keep refreshing their content which some editors will want to keep updating for those that are interested. Each article or site review contained in each e-zine will only be as long as a paragraph hence the name Briefme. This being another requirement to being chosen as an editor, that is can you write your review or article, condense it down to about 75-100 words so that it is packed with as much information as possible but still be readable. <
br>< br> Can you imagine the feeling you would get from having all those thousands of subscribers to Briefme reading each and every edition of the topic you write about. Why not find out what it is like? They will also let you increase traffic to your own website by including a free link at the bottom of every review that you write and get published. Make sure that you provide your URL when you are applying and that your website is related to the topic on which you are going to write about. No need to worry if you don't have a web address because Briefme will provide a free bio page, where you can list all your favourite articles and reviews, then in all your articles that are published a link, as well as your name, to your bio page will be automatically inserted for all to see. You will get paid quarterly by cheque, Briefme editorial staff may edit your submission if it is on the long side. They prefer it to be no longer than 175 words. They also think that you should just stick to one topic, and if your topic is new to their list then you may have to wait for a few weeks before that article is published as they want at least three editors for that topic before they launch. Copyright remains with you but, under the editor terms, you give Briefme.com the right to publish your work in any form. They pay $0.25 for each subscriber you find them and $.05 on a subscriber from an affiliate referred. So if you enjoy surfing and find you have a flair of writing on some, or all the new sites you come across, and you believe that the content of your reviews are what others would like to learn from, then fill out the form and get evaluated. Good Luck! Mailing address: BRIEFME.COM, Inc. 352 Seventh Ave, Third Floor New York, NY 10001 Press Contacts: Allison Conner, Editor in Chief email@example.com ©yampy