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Beginners Guide On How To Make Money Online, With Infobarrel

Updated on August 28, 2010

Everyday more people are looking for ways to make money online for free. Often the best and easiest ways is through Google Adsense revenue. Infobarrel is a user generated content website much like Hubpages. However, Infobarrel has a lot more advantages to making money from adsense.

1. Infobarrel offers 75% of adsense revenue generated, which is much higher than similar websites.

2. Infobarrel has tougher guidelines for articles and really makes sure that they get quality over quantity. This helps prevent their website becoming a spam site with a bunch of useless articles. These strong guidelines also help with search engines like Google, who puts a lot of value into infobarrel articles.

3. Infobarrel is also relatively new, when comparing it to other sites like ehow or Squidoo. This can be seen as an advantage or disadvantage when considering website traffic. Websites like ehow and Squidoo do have a larger traffic but infobarrel counters this by having less articles to battle with over your Keywords. You can be the first person to write about a topic on infobarrel, where on Squidoo there is 50 articles of the same subject, all competing for views.

Now that we know the benefits of writing for Infobarrel, lets look at 5 easy ways to help you make money.

The First thing you need is an Infobarrel account which is free and easy to sign up for. Just go to the following link and fill out the registration form.

Infobarrel.com Sign Up Form

Step 1. Now that you have your account the first thing you need to do is make sure you link you Google Adsene account with you infobarrel account. This is really easy all you have to do is enter your Adsense ID on your Infobarrel account page and if you don't have a Google Adsense account yet, go here and sign up.

Step 2. Write an article, I would suggest start off with something that interests you and make sure that it is at least 400 words, so that it gets indexed. I would also suggest setting a small goal for yourself like 1 or 2 articles a day and then gradually increase that if you have the time. The main reason why you are writing is to make money and the easiest way to do that, is to have lots of content. Make sure that you are putting up articles that are informative and interesting to read, nobody is going to read articles that are useless and dull.

Step 3. Now that you have a few articles up you want to start writing niche articles. What I mean by that, is that you want to start writing articles that are centered around a common keyword or search phrase. An example of this is "Make Money Online," which is a highly searched phrase but it also has a lot of competition. What you want to do is find long keyword phrases that have little competition. The reason for this, is that you will have a much easier time achieving a high page rank in search engines. The higher the page rank, the more traffic to your article and the greater chance of getting your ads clicked.

Step 4. So you have a bunch of articles and are making a little bit of money, but you want to get more traffic. It is time to create backlinks to your articles and increase your traffic flow. Backlinks are easy to create, all you have to do is be social. Go on facebook or twitter and link your articles to your friends, join websites like Digg and link your article for others to see. Comment on forums or other peoples articles, leaving a backlink to your articles and you will quickly see your traffic grow.

Step 5. This is not really another step but a reminder on why most people fail at making money from Infobarrel. The key to Infobarrel and other similar websites, is to write often. If you have 50 articles, double it to 100, then keep increasing that number and you will see your earnings increasing as well. Most people will write 10-20 articles and give up because they are making no money. This is where you must keep going, write as much as you can and never give up, I guarantee that it will eventually payoff.

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    • passionate77 profile image

      passionate77 

      4 years ago

      very nice information, thanks for sharing, stay blessed!

    • LindaSmith1 profile image

      LindaSmith1 

      5 years ago from USA

      They confuse me. Do you pick your own amazon products, or do they have a box that does it for you like the Ebay capsule does here.

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      nick 

      6 years ago

      Great guide, it has really helped me.

      http://www.infobarrel.com/Infobarrel_VS_Hubpages

    • Jennifer Silagy profile image

      Jennifer Silagy 

      6 years ago from California

      Very good, straightforward info for those of us who are just beginning.

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