What do you like best?
So easy to use there is almost no learning curve. Content quality is high. Getting content from their system into blogs is simple. Bloggers can see what links the content contains in advance and refuse a post if they decide the quality isn't high enough. If you don't like the blogs that offer you can decline all of them. Content providers only pay AFTER the post is published. In spite of that, as a publisher I have never not been paid within a few days and most pay the same day.
What do you dislike?
Some content isn't relevant, but it can be hidden so you only see it once. Wish I could choose more than one blog when placing content; they are working on implementing that feature. Wish I could send content directly to a specific blogger; they are adding that feature, too.
Recommendations to others considering the product
When placing content, the higher your offer the better quality blogs you will see. When making offers on content, sending a message with additional details about your site, your social influence, and offering more social media coverage will increase your chances of being chosen to publish content.
Unfortunately, Google chose to penalize this elegant solution which killed usage. The founder sold it to a new owner who has thus far been unable to resurrect it. The odds are against recovery. This is sad as this was a good way for small businesses with exceptional content to find publishers.
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
Fastest way to identify new high quality blogs willing to increase visibility for my clients, projects and blogs. Saves time placing content. Provides high quality content when I need additional relevant posts. Users are more sophisticated than the average person so they understand the importance of maintaining trust with Google. Many of the bloggers are highly influential on social media and generate strong social signals, making it easy to find more influencers in each niche.