Aspiring authors should do the same by registering under my referral link for Wizzley.
As always, I also promote my article in DeHaan Services ("Simplified Guide to Exercising at a Good Heart Rate").
Wizzley is a lot like Squidoo: you create an article by putting together modules, and can pepper it with affiliate advertising and promotions. Wizzley does not seem to pay per view, or to share revenue from Amazon or other third parties. In other words, you must use your own AdSense, Chitika, Amazon or other affiliations to earn revenue with your articles.
If you already have those memberships, then it is extremely easy to simply copy the code into your profile. They insert your ads into 50% of the page views; they keep the other 50% for themselves.
Weebly has a similar process, although you have to copy more code into the appropriate heading or footer modules.
Wizzley's editors monitor quality; apparently a new member must publish five acceptable articles before everything comes into place, including Google's search placement.
As I noted above, this seems like a good place to write articles in the hopes of earning revenue. If you want to do so, please register under my referral link for Wizzley.