Fifth Payment from Slicethepie

English: Front of , located at 3241 Trinity Ro...

English: Front of , located at 3241 Trinity Road in Louisville, , . Built in 1802, the house is listed on the . (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Wood Storks

Wood Storks (Photo credit: *Kid*Doc*One*)

Palace of Westminster - London, England

Palace of Westminster – London, England (Photo credit: Trodel)

If you like writing and listening to beautiful songs, this is the right job for you.

This site SLICETHEPIE is really 100% legitimate. They pay right to my Paypal each time I reach $10.00, I am so thankful to them, that I will continue writing reviews about songs.

I leveled up to Silver, therefore my current base salary is $0.03 and I have 14% now.

I reccomend this site because it is serious and you know that when you write your reviews you are going to get your payment.


Slicethepie has paid me four times

Cold on the Shoulder (Gordon Lightfoot album)

Cold on the Shoulder (Gordon Lightfoot album) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Beautiful landscape

Beautiful landscape (Photo credit: Kenny Teo (zoompict))

Great!, I got my fourth payment from Slicethepie.  I am very happy because I do what I want, I listen to nice songs. and then I write a review using musical terms and adjectives, or I give the singers some ideas on how to improve their  recordings.

This site is very serious and it is the best site for me so far.

So far so good because I am at Silver level still but almost reaching Bronze level. I registered for Catwalk from Slicethepie too, but they answer me that they are on Beta at the moment and that they will get back to me shortly as soon as they need more users.

I have my first Lens at the Wonderful site Squidoo with 100%

First time out with my new lens - a Tokina 400...

First time out with my new lens – a Tokina 400mm f/5.6 SD that I picked up off eBay. It was a bit of an unsteady walk out to the end of the reef, so I did without the tripod, yet the photos came out better than I expected. I’m looking forward to what the lens can do once I get to know it and have a tripod on hand. These are three Black-Faced Cormorants (Phalacrocorax fuscescens) on a rock at Aldinga Beach, South Australia. Hand held. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


Sea (Photo credit: Moyan_Brenn)

Sea turtle visits for lunch

Sea turtle visits for lunch (Photo credit: micahcraig)

Image representing Squidoo as depicted in Crun...

Image via CrunchBase

I have reached at last the 100% in the building of my new lens, and my first.

First off, it has been really amazing to be learning how to do the lens.  I chose  the Title “My Writing Online Experiences… well I am thinking of adding more and more information about new sites for writers.

These are the steps I followed:

1. I already have decided the topic and I just selected a title for it

2. Then I wrote an introduction in a friendly style

3. I took my own pictures and I attributed my copyrights as the owner using the Squidoo guidelines. In the pictures I included a link to my profile at Squidoo  in the link box in the editing page.

4. I added Amazon MP3 , Amazon and eBay modules, and I edited them.

I must admit that it was an exciting moment to do this, because I enjoyed choosing the best songs and styles from the list.

5. I selected the tags, which is very interesting. The polls, the comments, the tags modules are requested to complete a lens.

6.I checked the progress of my new lens  all the time ( the progress list is placed on the right hand side of the screen ) .It shows the completed steps with different colors. When it is ready it turns green and with a check beside its name.

7. I pressed the publish tab after each editing on my lens to see what it looked like.

It was really nice to see that I have reached the 100% finally after 2 days of work.

Squidoo has many lenses (articles) about  creating lenses. So it is easy to follow the instructions and advance the steps to complete your lens.