Good old InfoPirate. This is another social bookmarking site but this one has a unique feature. It is currently in time-out with Google. It has a grand total of 431 indexed pages and from what I understand the admins are trying to correct the issues that got them into trouble with the Google Gods.
Quick Facts about InfoPirate:
Easy Indexing: NO
Easy to Use: YES
Revenue Share: YES
Profile URL Link: NO
Page Rank 0
Donâ€™t expect much too early with this site if you depend on Google traffic. Iâ€™ve heard stories that Yahoo loves them though. I donâ€™t pay that much attention to which search engine sends my content traffic but I do know that the vast majority is by way of Google.
InfoPirate is an easy to use site. Just enter your URL, title, a brief description, a category, and some tags and you are good to go. Travis from InfoBarrel mentioned on the forums that they do not allow pages that use the phrase â€œfor saleâ€ in the title. I simply edit my titles to exclude those words and InfoPirate doesnâ€™t seem to have a problem with them.
This site does have revenue share and a referral system. You get an 80% adshare which is a good split assuming you can get some traffic. Lack of indexing = less traffic so donâ€™t expect a lot from this site right now. If they get back in Googleâ€™s good graces having some aged scoops on the site could be helpful.
This is one of the social bookmarking sites that have a blog feature. If you want to write on InfoPirate without bookmarking a page you can do so using this feature.
I havenâ€™t been able to find a place to enter a profile URL so that is one more negative for the site. I use this site occasionally but it is not at the top of my list of sites to use. I use this site when I have some spare time that I donâ€™t know what else to do with just because if they get back in Googleâ€™s good graces it could help my articles.