What The Huffington Post offered bloggers was exposure. They gave writers the capacity to blog about topics they enjoyed at a site where there has been inbuilt site visitors i. e. , the site already had traffic, it wouldn’t be like beginning a new blog where you’re fairly invisible. In my reviews, “publicity” is rarely worth the work you do, but that’s a call every person has to make for themselves.
I’ve definitely taken jobs at lower rates than I would constantly accept as a result of I knew it might be good publicity or look good in my portfolio. Doing so doesn’t mean that I have the proper to sue later because I see someone creating wealth from my work. While Huff’s free lance bloggers have no entitlements legally as embodied in the contract, Ms. Arianna and her co owners out of decency and fair play could have as a minimum theory of sharing the “bonanza” from the sale to those people who have contributed in a way to the achievement of the company. Probably a recognition, or any sort of monetary or non economic remuneration for the trouble and the time…. in an effort to lessen or avoid the condition in a way.
To make this world a more robust place to live in, we can’t just based every thing on legal terms….