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DailyTwoCents Review: Writing Revenue Sharing Website!
Dailytwocents is a site managed and created by two admins - if I'm not mistaken - the two admin seem to be very responsive, friendly, smart about SEO and helpful.
DTC - Shortcut for Dailytwocents - is a site that shares revenues with its writers and what you can earn there is fixed to the site's rates: $0.005 per unique view and the visitor must stay for at least 30 seconds on the page in order to have the view counted.
Is Dailytwocents Legit?
Yes! It is legit and you can read many reviews about this site saying that it's legit! It also has a sister site called " Writedge" but the rules there differ from the ones on DTC.
The minimum word count on DTC must be 100 words - about 500 characters - and it's just so easy to write and publish there.
New writers there might have their first 3 articles submitted for review before being able to freely post as approved authors.
The maximum number of daily posts should be 10 posts for both of these two websites - this rule is a quite new one.
How Much Can You Make?
To be honest, I was amazed by the earnings potential on Dailytwocents! It's amazing! The community there is pretty active and the site automatically features your newly posted articles on its home page.
I have personally made about $2.5 from my first day there and with only about 5 articles! Amazing, isn't it?
Where can you see how much you've earned?
You can see your earnings in the profile section, all you need to do is go to your WP profile and scroll down until you see " page views", this is where you'll be seeing how much views and earnings you've got.
It's Totally Recommended
I totally recommend each and every writer to go and sign up for this site! It's just amazing.
What I also like about its admins is that they're straight and honest and when you submit articles for review, the admins would just write you some notes telling you about your mistakes - if you have ones.
They're specific and they're always trying to improve their website, they would also help its authors by publishing their articles on their social media fan pages like Facebook and Google+.
This site has made me believe that making an extra online income from your content is possible! It deserves to get its name more popular between authors and internet users.
* Update *
DTC has recently changed its system for tracking views and earnings and the new system was put in the excuse of saying that there were a lot of writers using scamming methods of bringing in fake traffic to their posts.
Unfortunately, this system does not run on a real time and it gets updated every 24 hours.
Also, the views that it counts are so low compared to the old views counter.
I remember that I used to write about 5 posts per day and earn not less than $0.50 per day but now I've tried to write the same and my earnings are not getting above 0.10 or even $0.05!
Let's not forget that my posts have increased and I now have approximately 175 posts on the site but my daily earnings are not exceeding one cent.
When I don't write anything at all for a whole one day for example, I'm barely getting above $0.04 for all of the posts that I've previously written per day so to keep my earnings increasing, I have to keep on writing!
I'm sorry to discourage you but that's what's happening, you might have a different experience though.
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