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How to Make Money Writing Articles Online (Revenue Share Sites)

Updated on April 14, 2015

Writing is a great way to make money. Especially writing articles. I make my majority of money from writing for revenue sharing websites. The problem with article writing is that your work might get rejected. There are several websites I would recommend to start with.

Hubpages

Hubpages is a very user friendly site. My work gets published all the time. The site splits the Google Adsense revenue 60/40. You’ll get the 60% while they get the 40%. The articles published here are called hubs. To get your hub listed on a search engine, they’ll need to be featured. A hub can only be featured if it is good. Hubs which tend to be of high quality can be published on Hubpages’ main domain. Hubpages also allows you to earn money through their own ad program, Amazon and Ebay. For a guide on writing articles on Hubpages, check this Hub

Infobarrel

It’s actually very hard to get your article published on Infobarrel. They will point out every mistake you’ll make. Unlike Hubpages, Infobarrel’s staff manually check each article to make sure it’s flawless. Once you have published an article, removing it will be hard. There are no buttons that will automatically delete an article. You’ll have to contact the administer directly to have your article removed. Earnings from the website is high. They don’t let you link your Google Adsense account because they have their own ad program. They’ll give you 70% of the profit that they’ll make. Good luck on having your article published.

Wizzley

Wizzley is also a popular revenue share website. They have a good editor and you can change the background colour of the article. Publishing articles here would take the same effort in Infobarrel. Each article would be published first. Then, within 24 hours, staff will decide whether the article is good or bad. You can earn with Wizzley through Google Adsense. They will give you 50% of revenue earned. Please continue with this article as I have important news or scroll down.

Seekyt

Seekyt only reviews your first three articles. Then, you can publish without worries. Seekyt has very plain editior which reminds me of blogging. Seekyt is more gracious in sharing as it gives 90% of revenue earned. You’ll have to link up to your Google Adsense account though.

Conclusion

Google Adsense earning have been pretty low these days. I’m earning more money on the Hubpages ad program than Google Adsense. I have three websites linked to my Google Adsense account. Thank you for reading and have a nice day.

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      LindaSmith1 

      3 years ago from USA

      You earn from Viglink, Amazon, etc on Wizzley. You don't need Adsense, you can use Chitika instead. It is not a revenue share like HP ad program. Earnings from sales are split with Wizzley depending on how many articles you have. You are paid by Adsense or Chitika, Amazon, etc directly not by Wizzley.

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