Credits are Amen Me's online money. In order to submit websites to Amen Me, you need credits. You can buy credits at the
Credit Station. This allows you to share your web sites with the
Amen Me audience.
Every time you submit a site, you spend 2 credits.
There are rules about submissions. You can submit almost any site for your own storage (for one year) but it won't be made public unless it is approved.
Before submitting a site, please read about how sites are considered.
Amen Me! allows authors and researchers to submit sites and receive payment for viewing them. This is done by allowing them to sell subscriptions.
Links that have a price have the • x credits • indicator
in the options list below the link's description. Free sites have the • free • indicator instead.
You automatically subscribe when you click on a link that has a price. Make sure you check the number of credits being charged for an article before
clicking on it. When you click to view a link, the credits are automatically deducted from your account. Credits are also charged when you submit a site.
When you submit a link, you can specify the number of credits you charge and the subscription length in days. If visitors click on your link, then
you automatically get credits for their purchase.
Researchers and writers can cash in their credits when they get enough. To cash your credits in,
visit the Credit Station.
The Bible tells us that a worker is worthy of his wages (see: Luke 10:7; 1 Timothy 5:18) and people who find great web content for us to look at are doing work that
we didn't have to do for ourselves. That deserves to be paid for. Amen Me! does work that you could do for yourself by providing a common place to collect websites
that you like. This work should be paid for as well. The Bible also tells us that we should work with our hands to do good things so that we can earn money and
help others in need (see: Ephesians 4:28). If we don't get paid for the work of our hands, then we can't help others. It also says that all hard work should bring
a profit (see: Proverbs 14:23). If the worker doesn't get the profit, someone else must be taking it. So, money is used on Amen Me! because it is the right thing
to do for those who do the work for us.
You can buy credits by visiting the, Credit Station.
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