After the changeover to Demand Studios from eHow, I looked for another place to do basically the same thing (and I'm still wishing I'd written a lot more over there, but things came up and I had to take a break before I ever really got started). I stumbled my way here, liked what I saw and didn't really look any further.
It seems many of the writers here have content on many other places (like Helium, Bukisa, Associated Content--and I'm sure there's many more I'm not aware of). I'm wondering if it would be counterproductive to spread my writing out over several sites, but not knowing a whole lot on this subject, I'd love to find out if it's more lucrative to do things that way. For those of you who write elsewhere, are you having more success in utilizing those other avenues? Is there much difference from place to place?
You have to diversify your income streams to protect yourself. Ultimately your goal should be to have your own website(s), if you seriously want to make money online.
HP, Squidoo, Snipsly, and others should all be part of a portfolio producing income.
by Steve Andrews7 years ago
I have just been told that my main source of income will end next month so I need to find a new one and fast. I think I am going to have to figure out how to make regular money here as well which I still haven't been...
by Chelsea Hoffman6 years ago
Me - - Demand Studios, Bright Hub, here, Constant Content and a few others.anyone else?
by Missing Link6 years ago
I got in on EHOW towards the very end just a few months before it imploded. I was making decent money right away----MUCH more than what I make per adsense per hubpages, etc. However, I disliked a number of...
by 3bagsfull2 years ago
I just left a thread where the main complaint was that squidoo writers were going to bring the quality down. But what surprises me is not the complaining but the lack of analysis of the big picture. I started on...
by janesix2 years ago
Do they make you as much money as HupPages?
by lrohner5 years ago
Interesting read. They're coming down hard on pages with repeated spammy wording, hacked sites and pages with copied content.The most interesting thing was now that they believe they've cleaned up individual pages...
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