The NaRpLe Social Networking Community is an online community like MySpace and Facebook... only they PAY YOU for your participation by sharing their advertising revenue
with their members. Citing the fact that other social networking sites are making an estimated $20 million a month
while the users do all the work, they think it would be good business to share their revenue with those who make their
At NaRpLe, the more you do, the more you make. You get paid for posting blogs, pictures, threads in forums, polls, inviting
friends and commenting on the profile of someone else. Pretty much
everything you can do on MySpace or Facebook, you can do on NaRpLe. And when you refer others to NarPle you earn from what they do, too.
And best of all, it's free to join.
How Does NaRpLe Pay Its Members?
Points are exchanged for cash once the minimum payout is reached ($25). The amount of cash each point is worth is calculated depending on the Profit Sharing Rate (PSR). The PSR is calculated after the end of each month. The total ad revenue generated for the month is first used to pay administrative costs such as hosting fees, server fees, equipment fees and any other fees necessary to keep Narple running. The remaining revenue is paid out to all members.
Along with being a cool way of generating income, NaRpLe is also a fun place to get together with family and friends online...
sharing pictures in photo albums, sharing stories in blogs, sharing interests in clubs. And it's so easy to set up your
own personal homepage, you'll be up and running in no time, virtually visiting with old friends and meeting new ones. And if you do
have a question, there are lots of friendly folks willing to help in the "how-to-NaRpLe" clubs. And since it's free, you have nothing to lose
by giving NaRpLe a try Hope to see you there :-)
P.S. Yes, NaRpLe is an odd name LOL! I admit the first time I heard it I thought it was spelled NarPal (no doubt influenced by having used
PayPal for so many years, heh) and my husband still occasionially misspells it as NARPEL. But no
matter how you spell it, it's a GREAT service :-)