Scribefire is one of those firefox extensions which has a bit of history leading back to the days where it was more known as performancing. It’s still one of those favorite extensions to write your blog posts without leaving your firefox.
Building on top of that success, they have now announce QuickAds.
What is ScribeFire QucikAds
QuickAds allows you to add a fully optimized banner ad to your blog without adding a single line of code. Here are more reasons to try out QuickAds:
– Leverage our relationships with top ad networks and serve one ad that we are optimizing with our technology to make sure every impression you serve is earning you the most money.
– We have a direct sales team that is out pitching your blog to direct advertisers and agencies.
– One dashboard to track all your earnings from multiple networks. No need to login to multiple ad networks.
– One consolidated check with no minimum payouts and lighting fast net 7 payout terms. You will get paid on the 7th of the month for your previous month’s earnings.
QuickAds is currently in limited beta testing, but you can signup your blog to be one of the first to try it out by signing up here.
More info here.
They are not making payment on 7th as promised.
Seems like Scribefire Quickads is dead. They are cheating publishers by not making payment on 7th. It seems they have lost their inhouse Google Adsense account. Maybe Google banned them. The graphic ads are paying very less..a few cents. support is literally non-existent…no replies..Surprising that Patric Gavin is trying to defraud publishers. Another failure from Mediawhiz like shoppingads.
Hope they will make payment soon. Else we need to report it in all webmaster forums.
Their dashboard is all gone, they havn’t made payments at all.. and support emails are not getting responses. I expected more from MediaWiz
Just stick to Google Adsense
I made a post about them on my blog concerning nonpayment. I suggest everyone do the same. It’s just another company gone bust who will come back under a different name. Meanwhile, all the publishers who are owed money can forget about ever getting payment.