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article imageDigitalJournal.com Leads Web 2.0 Revolution with New Unrivalled Revenue-Sharing Social Networking Site

By Alex Chumak     Nov 3, 2006 in
In one of the most monumental projects ever created for the Internet, DigitalJournal.com has launched a never-before-seen user-powered news site, positioning the company to achieve success of MySpace and YouTube proportions.
DigitalJournal.com’s new User News site enables anyone to get paid to blog and post news as it happens, creating one of the most dynamic revenue-sharing communities on the Internet. All DigitalJournal.com members can post news and videos, comment on articles, rate stories and get paid based on how active they
are on the website.
DigitalJournal.com is sharing portions of advertising revenue with all of our active members,” says Chris Hogg, Editor-in-Chief of DigitalJournal.com. “Our goal is to develop the strongest user-powered news site on the Internet,
and provide tools for users to exchange comments and ideas on news that
matters to them.”
DigitalJournal.com’s innovative social-networking site is the brainchild of two young, self-proclaimed Internet junkies, Alex Chumak and Chris Hogg. Chumak, 25, is a computer programmer who is currently pursuing a master’s degree in artificial intelligence and robotics. Hogg, 24, holds a degree in broadcast journalism and is a respected tech writer and radio/TV commentator in Canada.
At the age of 19, Chumak became vice-president of information technology for DigitalJournal.com where he engineered and developed its first Internet zine. On the heels of rapid growth, DigitalJournal.com then launched a North American-wide printed publication led by Hogg, then a 20-year-old journalism student.
Together, Chumak and Hogg forged a powerful and dynamic team of creative individuals who have now developed one of the most innovative websites the Internet has ever seen.
“Many other sites could learn by what you’ve created here,” one DigitalJournal.com user posted on the website. “This could revolutionize the way we interact online.”
With an always-growing cash pool, DigitalJournal.com gives members a chance to compete for a share of the cash pot. Since many people blog for fun, DigitalJournal.com’s User News section is designed to give back to the millions of bloggers on the Internet who actively search for updates, commentary and opinions on breaking news.
Poised to ripple through the media and technology industries, DigitalJournal.com’s new functionality is the Web 2.0 breakthrough everyone is talking about.
For more information, or to become a member, visit [url=http://www.digitaljournal.com/]http://www.digitaljournal.com
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