9rules Network Spanish - A Call for Spanish Websites

Published in General on Wednesday, August 24th, 2005

Well, to the credit of the great minds behind the great network that is 9Rules, today they announced a call for submissions for Spanish language websites.

The official announcement - found here - states:

I am happy to announce that we are opening our doors to Spanish content sites. Starting September 2 at 12am EST we will be doing a 24 hour submission round for all Spanish language content sites.

I'm looking forward to seeing some of the entries, as I do tend to read many Spanish websites and there is definitely some great content out there. Lets see if 9Rules can bring some together and keep the community growing.

More news

In addition to the Spanish news, they have also amended the Member’s Agreement. Member's will be able to keep 100% of their adsense revenue, and any other revenue that they generate on their own.

All good news.

Comments and Feedback

Great! Does the blog need to be on their own domain name, or could be a blogspot site... Until I found an affordable webhost. :(

To be honest, they want great content. I'm not part of the group that selects sites, but I would imagine that your domain/host situation wouldn't be a detriment.

Of course when/if you do move to a new domain it would be a good idea to leave something up to redirect users to your new space...

Pablo, you may want to give this a read if you are after a good host.

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