This is so true. Take the Examiner, and two or three copycat web "papers." They are just for money, and the genius of it is that, for exposure, you write the content but you only get paid according to the amount of marketing and linking YOU do. And there is always a hitch. I wrote and photographed nine excellent craft tutorials and got nothing. Then like the other writers who realized they had been taken for a ride, I stopped producing. It was a shell game. and someone should have made a complaint on RICO laws. If we ALL stopped giving it away, they would get no advertising, and no money. It's sickening and I won't read an Examiner article now. They say content is worth nothing, but truth is, the advertisers or also onto them. Without good content, you can't get good bucks from advertising.