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Earn Money for Writing Articles

Updated on May 21, 2012

I am earning money for writing articles. I am free form any daily job and enjoying my life. You can earn money by writing articles. It is easy. You just have to learn few simple things. Writing articles and earning money out of it is an art. Below are some simple things that I am going to share with you. If you follow these things, you can achieve success in online writing.

Join a Revenue Sharing Website

I could give you the advice of creating a blog on Blogger or Wordpress, but in my opinion the first thing that anyone should do is that to join a revenue sharing website. If you are new to content writing and willing to earn money out of it, you should join a revenue sharing website.

Revenue sharing website teaches us the proper way of writing. They do not accept any article which is not written in a proper format. The rules of revenue sharing websites are slightly different form each other, but overall those rules are apparently same. These rules are made by the reader's point of view and by considering the search engine optimization (SEO). SEO is important for the top ranking of your website in search engines (Specially Google). It is very imporatant to take the lessons of online writing at revenue sharing websites.

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Revenue sharing websites provides all the imporatant tools and knowledege to earn money online by writing articles. For their efforts, they take some part of money that you earn thorugh your articles. Below is the list of some top revenue sharing websites. You should join these revenue sharing websites to start earing money for writing articles.

Hubpages: I joined Hubpages 3 years ago and it is the best thing that I did in my journey of online content writing. Here you get lot of things to learn and most importantly the expert advices and experience. And yes! 90% of the money that I earn comes from Hubpages.

Squidoo: I am not a fan of Squidoo, but it is the popular revenue sharing website. Squidoo shares 50% of the affiliate earning with writers. There is a tier system for sharing Adsense earnings. If you do not have an Adsense account, you should join Squidoo. Here you don't need to have the Adsense account to earn with Adsense.

Wizzley: Wizzley is the best combination of good things in Hubpages and Squidoo. If you don't have Adsense account, you can use Chitika Advertisement account. It is easy to open Chitika Advertisement account than Adsense.

Zujava: Zujava is one new revenue sharing website. You might get the username of your choice, as this website is relatively new. There are many money making modules that you can use within your articles to earn money.

Use Google Adwords Keyword Tool

This is one very important tool. I heard about this tool for the first time on Hubpages. Today I am mostly earning money because of keyword research made by using kayword tool of Google Adwords.

Create Blog and Write Daily Blog Articles

You can host your own blog on Blogger. If you want more customization, get one proper hosting plan and host your blog on Wordpress. Write one article every day. Patience is very important to achieve success.

These are the simple things that you can follow to earn money for writing articles. I hope you found this information helpful. You can share this information with your friends by using sharing options.


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      6 years ago


      Thank you for sharing your ideas...I will look into some of these.

    • brackenb profile image


      6 years ago

      Informative hub.


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