Earn great money on webanswers.com

Webanswers is great

A review of the question and answer website Webanswers.com

I joined Webanswers in February of 2011. Unfortunately for me the Google panda had just given all of my soon to be favorite sites a big kick in the rear end. This was to bring sites in to a large panic and a fluster on how to recover as quick as possible.

Webanswers recovered from this better than most in my opinion. It gives me and others a faster income than any other Google adsense revenue sharing site around at the moment. Well, in the opinion of myself who has an on line presence of no more than 2 years and only 6 months of those serious months.

So let me tell you about Webanswers. First of all Webanswers is a question and answer site. Seen yahoo answers? well the idea is similar. When you join Webanswers, which is completely free, you can create an alias and avatar. You then start answering questions. After answering 10 questions you can add your Google Adsense ID in your account details. Every thing you need to find is clearly marked and the site is very clean and easy to maneuver around.

Some things that you need to know to keep yourself and every one else at Webanswers happy is,

Join hereWebanswers. It is completely free to join and you will not be sorry you joined if you are interested in either earning Adsense revenue or even if you just like helping other people.


There are a few rules that you need to adhere to if you wish to keep your account on Webanswers.


First of all, this is not a social site as some are, you do not follow anyone and they do not follow you. There is no way to send each other messages. Just answer the questions that you feel that you are capable of giving a decent answer on and make sure your posts are of decent length, make sense with appropriate grammar, punctuation and spelling.


Why is this important at Webanswers?


Because you do not only share your revenue with answers awarded to you , but you also get a portion of the " open pool". These are questions that have never been awarded and left "open". If you answer a question and it remains "unawarded" ( which 90% are never awarded), then you receive a portion of the revenue from that question, but that share depends on your quality score.


Your quality score is not shown anywhere, and it is not divulged how they work your quality score is worked out because they do not want people gaming the system. They want people who genuinely just contribute to questions and answers.


What ever you do do not defraud the site or Google adsense by creating two accounts and awarding yourself. These types of accounts are found out extremely quickly and you will lose both accounts and very likely also lose your Google adsense account and there for a big portion of your chance to earn money on line.


I have noticed that the way to earn on Webanswers is to get your posts up to around 1000. I would seriously put a large injection of activity in and do 50-100 posts a day until you reach 1000. After this you will then notice a revenue coming in. You can then go to a sustaining amount of posts at around 10 a day. You will notice a few dollars a day in revenue if you have done this correctly and to an acceptable standard.


At webanswers you receive a 60/40 split of revenue. You have no need to do any more than post your Adsense ID in your account details. This is also a site that is recognized for being able to apply for an Adsense account if you do not already have one. You have to answer 10 acceptable posts to apply first though. Some people have been abusing this and non English writers have been posting 10 non nonsensical answers and then disappearing. The way to deal with this is to hit the abuse button under the post, because this is affecting the reputation of the site and revenue of all users.

Don't do this to get your adsense account and then run. because if you are after an adsense account then no doubt you are wanting to earn money. Stay, answer questions properly and earn good money.


You also earn a portion of your referrals impressions. There is a " link to this page" similar to here at Hubpages and that gives you a referral tracker if anyone clicks through and joins they show on your referral program. If you wish to join through mine then click here.


My last thought are. This is a great place to earn if you keep active. It is meant to have a passive income but because of the way the quality score goes, if you are not active for a while, you do still earn but a lot slower. When you keep up the ten posts a day you will be more than happy with your outcome there.

You can not go promoting links all over the site but they are more than happy to let you put any of your blog addresses in your blurb for your profile page there. So it is also worth doing it to get back links to your own blogs.


Hope I see some of you there and enjoy the site with confidence that it is a reputable site with a fantastic admin team that looks after its users and always does the best for the site.






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Ddraigcoch 4 years ago from UK Author

Yes I still don't really agree with what Google or Webanswers did when they banned high risk countries, surely that is racism, being judged by which country you come from? Yet people that live in other countries are untouched.

I really feel the blame and panic of that was with Google and websites simply followed in panic of their own accounts and ratings.

Webanswers is always one of my better earners.


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sm825 4 years ago from The Uknown

Yeah, I currently reached 1 payment awhile back thanks to Webanswers. However the mass banning of certain countries got me to be cautious for awhile with my Adsense account, since I did not want to lose it. But it just turned out to be certain High risk countries which made me relax a bit.


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Ddraigcoch 4 years ago from UK Author

You are welcome and thank you for reading my hub on Webanswers. It is worth trying as it will always help having extra forms of Adsense income.


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Life and Luxury 4 years ago from South Beach, FL

Thanks for the in-depth view of webanswers. It sounds like a great way to earn online.


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Ddraigcoch 4 years ago from UK Author

You are welcome HubTub and thank you for leaving a comment for me.

I am still active on Webanswers as Ddraig and it is still my best earner out of all the platforms.


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HubTub 4 years ago from The Sunshine State

Great review of WebAnswers! I joined a couple of months ago and thoroughly enjoy it. I actually find it to be quite addicting. I do agree that it "keeps the pen moving." I also find that the more I write the more I am able to fine tune my writing skills. I am not having to edit as many as my posts on WebAnswers anymore...lol. Thanks for keeping me motivated. Voting up and sharing!


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Ddraigcoch 5 years ago from UK Author

Hermant, apologies for my late reply, I have somehow overlooked your post. Thank you kindly for your compliment.

Kim, I am glad that is the case, I wrote it with the point of what I would want to know if I was looking up whether to join a site or not.

Shameful self promotion, but anyone wishing to earn and make money with webanswers, I would be extremely grateful if they used my referral link,http://www.webanswers.com/_elm100/profile.cfm?user...


kims3003 5 years ago

Very well done hub - exactly the kind of info I was seeking when wanting to find out about webanswers. Nice work-


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hemant1857 5 years ago from Pune

Great hub, definately its a good QnA site, many more sites are launching see hub http://tamron.hubpages.com/hub/EarnAskingAnswering...


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Springboard 5 years ago from Wisconsin

Can't argue with being loved. lol. Thanks.


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Ddraigcoch 5 years ago from UK Author

I totally agree that it keeps the otherwise "pen free" writer enabled. I love you Springboard.xx


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Springboard 5 years ago from Wisconsin

I actually like WebAnswers a lot, and it's certainly true that, right now, it does appear to be the best source for actually generating revenue. Almost immediately once I joined WebAnswers I noticed an increase in my number of views AND the amount of money I earn on a regular basis.

Granted, there is quite a lot of the nonsensical on the site, and I would argue that serious questions don't really get near the attention that not so serious questions get. But I think you nailed it perfectly when you said that what's important is to stay as active as possible, pick and answer questions you think you have the best answer for, and let the site and Adsense work all of its own accord.

Incidentally, I think working on those answers, in trying to improve one's quality score, also keeps the "pen" moving. You may not be writing an article, for example. But you ARE writing SOMETHING. And when it comes to writing, practice makes perfect. Or, at least you can attain one step at a time getting closer to having a real possibility of being better at it.


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Ddraigcoch 5 years ago from UK Author

Bless you Kashmir. Thank you for your compliment and time.x


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts

Thank for sharing this great interesting and useful information !

Vote up !!!


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Ddraigcoch 5 years ago from UK Author

Ddiolch Eiddwen.x


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Eiddwen 5 years ago from Wales

Very interesting indeed.

I vote up without a doubt.

Take care

Eiddwen.


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Ddraigcoch 5 years ago from UK Author

Thank you Deborah. I wish it was not so addictive so that I could devote more time in to learning where to earn money better. I can not survive on what I earn at the moment.


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Deborah-Diane 5 years ago from Orange County, California

I have also been using WebAnswers and agree completely with your review. I earned $16 there my first month, and $90 on my third month. I've slowed down, and will only earn $40 - $50 this month ... but that is still a great addition to my Adsense revenue.


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Ddraigcoch 5 years ago from UK Author

Thank you very much Dailymessenger and thank you for reading.


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TheDailyMessenger 5 years ago from Las Vegas, NV

Very useful.


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Ddraigcoch 5 years ago from UK Author

I think we did Jeannie. Sorry I never left just had major writers block. Always in and out if ya fancy mailing me. x


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Jeannieinabottle 5 years ago from Baltimore, MD

Ah, hello there my fellow WebAnswers friend. This is great information for anyone wondering about WebAnswers. I think we both joined around the same time. Great hub!


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Ddraigcoch 5 years ago from UK Author

It really is a great site for income. People write 30-50 answers and want money. If they follow the advise others give they will see revenue in their first month. I only ever worked there post Panda and earned £19 in my first month. That was as a novice on line worker also. This site has helped me gain two payout cheques of over £84 each. Some say they are doing $100s a month but I would rather keep it honest and show people average earnings.

Good luck Josh and I hope you do well there.x


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.josh. 5 years ago

Interesting hub, Ddraigcoch - hadn't heard of WebAnswers before, and will have to check it out. Thanks!

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