Please explain squidoo. I signed up but am confused.

Make money with Squidoo.

Squidoo is a great website for people who want to build a page about their passions. Highlight music, blogs, videos, online shops, or just spread the word about things you love. Bonus: you earn money for you and charity at the same time! It's fast, free, and easy to use.

  1. What is a LENS?

A lens is one person's view on a topic that matters to her. It's an easy-to-build, single web page that can point to blogs, favorite links, RSS feeds, eBay auctions, Amazon books or music, and oh so much more. So, when someone is looking for recommended information, fast, your lens gets him started and sends him off in the right direction.

Build one lens, or more. It's fast, fun, and free.

2. Why should you build a LENS?

  • Share the knowledge: Help others to discover what you found out the hard way.
  • Increase your traffic: Your lens may point to your blog and to your website. Your lens can help your other sites rise to the top of Google searches.
  • Earn a royalty for you, your organization, or your favorite charity.

3. How you earn MONEY from Squidoo?

Squidoo shares the income with charities and the members (lensmasters) who publish articles/lenses.

Squidoo divide the revenue among lensmasters as follows:

AdSense revenue : They pay half of the adsense revenue to members/lensmasters, on a PayRank scale that is based on each lens's average LensRank and traffic.

Affiliate revenue (ie, referral income--like Amazon and eBay and CafePress and SuperStore sales). This is directly attributable to the lens that generated the revenue. The lensmaster gets a straight 50%.

They also show your estimated earnings on your MyLenses page. This number is updated daily. So join it and start making money with squidoo.


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