Newly Relaunched Random Nerds Hopes To Reshape Media Industry With Unique 'Patronizing' System

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By: Random Nerds, LLC
WASHINGTON - April 16, 2015 - PRLog -- Random Nerds, the website that once only served as Founder Joe Corbett's side-project video game and technology blog, is set to triumphantly relaunch on April 20th with a revolutionary new take on what a media company can and ought to be.

With the help of the singularly talented Friendly Design Co., Random Nerds has created a media site with zero pay-per-click revenue streams. That means not only are there no intrusive pop-up ads or thinly veiled 'sponsored content' posts masquerading as real articles, there's also no need to run disposable content created solely to bait clicks out of users.

Instead, Random Nerds will rely on their one-of-a-kind Patronizing system.

At the end of every article on Random Nerds, readers have the option to share the piece on social media if they so please, just like every other site. However, if a user feels especially strongly about an article they've read, they have the ability to support the writer that wrote that article by Patronizing them with $1 - $9,001. The money received is then split 49/49 between the writer and Random Nerds, with the remaining 2% going to a rotating selection of causes and charities (that 49% split the writer receives is in addition to the industry-competitive compensation that all Random Nerds writers receive to produce content).

With this model, the quality of the content becomes the only relevant factor.

That means that instead of thinking about ad-buy prices and ways to steal clicks, Random Nerds is able to focus solely on delivering content that resonates with readers. Instead
of inundating you with poorly contrived corporate tie-ins, Random Nerds can align only with those writers and producers whose work they believe in.

Really, it's a win-win for everyone.

Audiences are able to get content that actually resonates with them, writers are able to get the money they deserve, and the two guys that started this all get to help bring back the Internet they remember and love so much.

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