Everything|Wiki, a community of free, independent moderators and supporters who aim to contribute to the common good of humanity, is seeking online moderators. The site, which allows all to be published, is giving independent moderators a chance to earn money online. While making the announcement, the company representative said that anyone can be a paid moderator. He also added that the selection process does not depend on the language spoken or country of origin of applicants, that is, everyone is invited.
“We need help from moderators around the world in every small or big place. We also allow you promote your product or company for free,” said the company representative while outlining other features of the platform. Moderators will receive points for creating and updating articles, thereby allowing them to move up in the ranking. The company representative adds that active moderators will be remunerated accordingly.
The platform aims to create the most value possible as well as to share their revenue with our active community. Moreover, the company representative said that visitors to Everything|Wiki can inform themselves about anyone and anything, and thus, protect themselves. There is no one-sided reporting, and the community can help shape the contributions themselves to provide an optimal platform.
No restrictions and discrimination
At Everything|Wiki, there are no restrictions. As long as the contents are morally and legally justifiable, the site allows publication of any public person, company, place, animal, items, theories, and business. Also, the platform does not discriminate based on the size or type of a business. According to the company representative, it doesn’t matter how big the company or how well known the public figure is. “Smaller businesses including the craftsman, hairdresser, and bakery among others are given the opportunity to introduce themselves,” said the company representative while adding that compared with other encyclopedias, Everything|Wiki has a room where one can comment independently on the entries, comments, and ratings.
When engaging in any online platform, customers must be protected. Likewise, a strong protection must be provided to customer data in a platform where information about products can be obtained. Given the increased cases of fraud and fake news, Everything|Wiki has become cognizant of these practices. The importance of providing consumers with protection as well as giving them increased certainty when making decisions has been also emphasized.
The platform allows companies to build trust by providing features through which they can verify themselves through Everything|Wiki. According to the company representative, this setup creates transparency and adds a security layer for their customers.
Businesses and public figures can also advertise on their profiles. Here, they can publish any offers and discount promotions or pass any information about themselves or their products to their customers.
To allow easy payment, Everything|Wiki is planning to have its own cryptocurrency. “We want to simplify internal transactions for both the businesses and end users,” said the company representative while adding that those moderator points will then be converted into their own currency. The coin will also be available for the community members to purchase where each coin holder will then have a share in various incomes of Everything|Wiki as long as they hold that coin with the platform. Visit here: https://everything.wiki/wiki/Everything_Wiki:About
Everything|Wiki is a community of free, independent moderators and supporters who want to contribute to the common good of humanity. The platform feels it has a responsibility to unite consumers and service providers and to create the best possible win–win situation for both sides. Its mission is to provide a community and database where everyone can learn and exchange information about everything. The platform does not belong to individual persons or companies but to anyone who wants to be a part of the community. It is the upgraded version of Wikipedia and other encyclopedias that also allows reporting on other public persons or small companies.