Finally, no holds barred. Suite has officially lifted the gag order that prevented writers from sharing information on how much they earned writing for Suite 101.
Posted in the Suite 101 forum on September 1, 1009 by Lima Al-Azzeh:
FYI Suite Writers: In light of news today about Suite101.com writer Lena Gott and her phenomenal success (earning almost US$5,000) in July 2009, we wish to inform our writing community about a change in Suite101’s policy related to external communications.
Suite101 writers are now free to publish information about their own revenue earnings outside the realm of Suite101’s website. But please note, Suite101 writers cannot post revenue results about a colleague’s earnings. You can only post your own information. If you have any questions or comments, please contact me directly at email@example.com
A sigh if relief. No longer do I have to dance around my earnings and have my readers ‘read between the lines.’ In future posts I’ll do a more in-depth comparison of my earnings with Suite vs. eHow.