Writing sites are mushrooming everywhere and they vanish with the same speed for the simple reason that they do not earn enough to share their earnings with the writers. Most who write on these sites are not professionals but are accepted by most of these sites. Writers earn when they put up their blogs, and also by taking part in several rewards schemes that most writing sites have introduced.
Those who write for writing sites do so with a view to earning and also to get knowledge by reading blogs uploaded by other users. Writing sites share their revenue sometimes up to 50 percent of it with the writers. Sites earn through Ads revenue . Regrettably however many writers use the Ad Block to block Ads so that their online work is smooth. And then there is the question of spams which is another cancer for writing sites.
Writing sites are not able to see which of these writers have the Ad Blocks on and they happily share the revenue with these writers.
Writers have an obligation to help writing sites to earn and more Ads means more revenue for them.
I just read a couple of Blogs crying hoarse about the inconvenience this blogger faces when Ads pop up and at the same time expects to be paid for their blogs. In other words they want to be paid but not face that little bit of inconvenience.
If these writers are not happy on sites that depend on Ads revenue they could write for requesters who pay based on the topic they want to write on. But these laid back writers will not go there as it is a lot of hard work and many a time their work gets rejected.
It is good to have Ad Blocks which could be used while surfing and being active on sites that do not depend on Ads for their revenue.