RedGage launches new service that pays for online content and activity
RedGage, a new website that pays people for their online content and monetizes their social activity, announced the launch of its public beta. RedGage is a centralized hub where users can earn money for content they create â€“ as well as past activity â€“ on sites like Flickr, Blogger, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. The site aggregates content automatically from popular websites and pays users a dollar value based on the quality of their work, which is measured by page views and popularity.
For those managing several social media accounts, RedGage provides a one-stop destination that will automatically import their new content, so no manual work is required to earn money. Users can create a centralized web identity and a comprehensive portfolio of content that can be searched by them, their friends and others.