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About Qassia

Qassia is a credit-driven intelligence engine coupled to a cascading tag-based web directory. What exactly does this mean? It means that Qassia will change your life.
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At Qassia, you can add your websites for free, and without having to add reciprocal backlinks. You'll get unlimited quality backlinks (as opposed to useless "no-follow" backlinks). You can also add intel. Short for "intelligence", intel is a tidbit of information. Qassia rewards users who add intel in three ways.
Backlinks You get one backlink for every piece of intel you add. Every intel will carry a direct backlink to one of your sites. So the more intel you add, the more backlinks you get.

Credit When you add intel, you also get credit, in the form of Qassia dollars. Your net worth in Qassia dollars determines how well your websites rank in our directory.

Revenue When your intel is displayed, you get 100% of the advertising revenue generated by that page. That is not a typo, by the way: we give you ALL of the gross ad revenue.
This means that website owners have triple incentive to contribute intel. The contributed intel will allow Qassia to become a vast repository of intelligence, with unrivalled original content. And a vast amount of original content draws traffic like honey draws ants.



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Ad Revenue Sharing
Qassia is not a knowledge base, but we rely on the same user contribution principle, since our bread and butter is the accumulation and amalgamation of intel. And sites that rely on user contributions are expected to compensate their contributors. While our primary way of rewarding content is with backlinks and exposure for users' websites, we also share advertising revenues with our users.
So how much do you get?

Some knowledge bases split net advertising income 40/60 in their favor, after deducting operating expenses such as server costs. Others, trying to capitalize on user resentment against those first mentioned, split gross revenue 50/50, before deducting expenses.

But at Qassia, you get no less than 100 percent of gross advertising revenue. That means you get ALL of it. Sound great? Or sound fishy? Don't worry - at Qassia we don't even get involved in the filthy business of touching money in the first place. The ad revenue goes straight from the advertising company to you.

How does this work?

It's very simple. We run Google Adsense ads, as well as advertisements for other programs. When your user page or intel is displayed, the advertisement on that page is displayed using your Google Adsense account number or affiliate ID. This means that you own the advertisement, and we don't even know how many times it gets clicked on or how much revenue it generates.

In case of Google Ads, you can check these stats yourself by logging into your Google Adsense account. The revenue from your advertisements at Qassia will be right there, alongside your other ad revenue (if you also run ads on your own sites). When the time comes to get paid, Google pay you directly. Ditto for affiliate advertisements - you get paid directly from the operator of the advertising program, ensuring that you get 100 percent of the revenue generated by your user page, or the page displaying your intel.

Simple, isn't it? The best solutions always are. This elegant arrangement ensures that everyone, including Qassia, benefits, because we believe in the curious Eastern notion that by taking less, we will gain more.

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When Momentum Beats Relevance
So you've developed a site. A good site - perhaps even a great site. You are excited about the prospects of traffic, rave reviews, and, possibly, riches. But when you release your site.... it will get exactly nowhere.
You soon find out that getting the word out about a website is even more difficult and time-consuming than creating it in the first place.

There is a reason for this, sort of. There are literally billions of websites on the web. The most common way of getting at the websites is via a search engine, specifically Google. Google somehow has to determine which websites to lead people to, and because of the sheer number of sites, Google has set the bar high. VERY high. That means, if you have a new and unknown site, it's basically dead in the water.

So you learn about SEO and promoting sites. What everyone will tell you is that you need great content, and backlinks. What they don't tell you is that you also need patience. A LOT of patience. Because, unless your site has nude photos of Britney Spears, it takes forever to build the required number of backlinks to get anywhere. You can have great content, but in most niches, great content is just the beginning, because the momentum gained by established sites triumphs over freshness and relevance.


"Dude, Get Some Good Quality Backlinks"
Yeah, right. Easier said than done. These days it's basically impossible to get backlinks.
Bloggers want to get paid. Directories, too, want to get paid. Even if you are willing to pay, the link won't carry much weight, because selling links is a no-no. Free directories, like DMOZ, take forever and a day to add your site, and adding your site to a multitude of smaller directories is as time-consuming and unproductive as exchanging links. If you go to a forum to tell people about your site, well, you can't tell anyone right away without getting banned or accused of spamming, because forums require you to have been an active member for some time. Those forums that don't have strict rules are flooded with advertisements by people who are just as desperate as you. You can add your link to the Wikipedia, but it will be "no-follow" AND it will get deleted within 24 hours. You can leave a comment on somebody's blog, but either the blog doesn't carry any weight, or your backlink is - surprise, surprise - "no-follow" as well.

There are two ways to deal with this issue.

One is to be patient - VERY patient, and spend a long time, literally months, building backlinks by exchanging links, and slowly promoting your site, little by little. Then, if you really do have good content, your site will eventually get the traffic it deserves. But in that amount of time, a sailing ship of old could have circumnavigated the globe, TWICE. By the time your site becomes popular, the content will be out of date. But you will be disillusioned and weary because nobody looked at your original content, and you won't have any enthusiasm left to add new content.

Consequently, many people just give up and splurge on advertising. Most site owners are not large companies with large budgets. So they go for programs like Google Adwords, which does not require a large outlay. That is why Google Adwords earns in excess of $1 billion every three months.


Is it possible to get good traffic, without paying for it?
Clearly, Google needs some competition in the traffic direction business. And Google is getting it. Sites like delicious and Stumble Upon have become popular because people want to get at interesting sites more quickly, before the sites are several years old.

But while delicious and Stumple Upon are great sites, these do not help the owners of commercial sites. If you have a site about real estate, or ball bearings, or landscaping services, people aren't likely to go ga-ga about it, even if it is very good (it would have to be exceptional, with some amazing value added content designed to draw traffic).

Enter Qassia. We can help good sites gain exposure, for free, and without the site owner having to spend months on tedious and useless chores such as exchanging links. What we do ask you is to add intel - intelligence, or information about people, companies, or places that only you know about. The more intel you add, the better your sites will rank. You do need to put in some time and effort, true, but people will benefit from your information, and writing about things you know about is more fun that begging for links.

The massive amount of intel we will collect will take the Internet to a new dimension. When searching for information about people or companies or places, you will find yourself at Qassia - which is good, because your websites are right there on Qassia and will benefit from all the traffic. Welcome to a new beginning. Welcome to Qassia.

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