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How to make Money Writing online on Hubpages And Other Freelancing Sites

Updated on November 6, 2013
Lots of Dollars to Earn
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Revenue Sharing Article/Bookmarking Websites-

This has been a continually increasing source of online passive income for me (ever since my original challenge). Last month, I earned $96 with InfoBarrel. If you want to see what others are earning, check out Mike Moyers January InfoBarrel earnings rankings. The top person on there earned $1,586 from InfoBarrel last month. InfoBarrels AdSense revenue share ranges from 75% to 90%, and also includes Chitika and Amazon ads.
Another very popular & good site which you must give a try. It is great if you wanna create back links to increase your revenue. Although, you may face some difficulty because it’s a little complicated.
What to say about Hubpages. It is the best website according to me for earning money. So easy to operate & share your views & also pays on time. It is a wonderful option to grow your links & also it enjoys good traffic. The AdSense share here is 60%, and you can also monetize with Kontera, eBay and Amazon.
Article site with 60% revenue share (Adsense or Chitika).
Another highly ranked bookmarking site to earn some extra bucks. Some recent changes have been done to the website to improve its quality which doesn’t allows you to link your own work. So choose it on your own risk. But Xomba is worth a try.
Social bookmarking site with 80% revenue share (AdSense).
Article site with 70% revenue share (AdSense and Amazon).
Social bookmarking site with 100% revenue share (AdSense).
Social bookmarking site with 80% revenue share (AdSense).
Social bookmarking site with 100% revenue share (AdSense).
Social bookmarking site with 75% revenue share (AdSense).
Best Reviewer
Get paid to write top lists (e.g. Top 10 Ways to...) 100% AdSense revenue share.
Share video, photos, and blogs 100% AdSense revenue share.
Social bookmarking site with 60% revenue share (AdSense).
Social bookmarking site (along with others types of content you can share) with 50% revenue share (AdSense).
Share a variety of content (articles, photos, videos) for 50% AdSense revenue share.
Rate It All
Write reviews or rate products, and get 50% AdSense revenue share on your content there.
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Freelancing / Pay-Per-Project Websites-

I love Elance for outsourcing, and on theflip side, it could be a great way to make money online as a freelancer.
Same as Elance, although many say that oDesk is the better choice for hiring programmers.
Make money by performing mini-tasks. I wrote a review on Microworkers early last year.
Mechanical Turk
Owned by Amazon, this site is similar to Microworkers, but maybe a bit more sophisticated.
Make money online by offering virtually any service or mini-task the catch is, you have to charge $5!
Just a Five
Very similar to Fiverr.
Make money with gigs that cost either $5 or $10.
I think you get the idea
Another gig site, with odd price points: $8, $16, or $24.
A gig site with price point in multiples of $3, starting at $3.
Jobs For 10
Take a guess at what this ones about.
A little bit more upscale all gigs are $50 each.
Demand media
A great site for freelance writers, however you must be approved first (and I have heard they are somewhat selective). Once you are accepted, however, you can earn up to $15+ per article, which can be quite lucrative if you are a fast writer.
Constant Content
Another freelance writing site.
Associated Content
Earn up-front payments for articles and also get paid based on views (I am told its a very small amount).
Break Studios
Freelance writing site similar to Demand Studios, though they pay less (up to $8/article), however the article length requirements can be shorter.

E-Mail Marketing-

This is what I use for my newsletter, and it works really well.
GetResponse Wiki is a community site that anyone can contribute to. Discover, share and add your knowledge!
Stream Send
Email marketing software for sending HTML email newsletters & promotions. Use your own HTML or our email templates. Signup for a FREE Trial.
iContact Corporation is an international online service provider of email marketing and social media marketing to small, mid-sized, and premier businesses located in Raleigh, NC. iContact allows customers to create, track, and send HTML-based emails and social media messages. Considered one of the top leading email marketing service providers in the US, the company has over 70,000 customers and 1,000,000 users.[2] iContact is also very well known for being one of the few companies who offers Salesforce integration as well as Google Analytic integration.
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Send Free
Has a free ad-supported option.
Send up to 12,000 e-mails per month to a list of up to 2,000 subscribers for free.
Similar to Send Free
Free Follow Up
One time fee of $4.99, and then free lifetime usage (I cant attest to the quality of the service though.)
SuperSponders Free and Paid Automatic Autoresponder Service. Get your Free Auto-Responded Now.

Pay-Per-Click (PPC) Advertising-

Google Adsense
Probably the most common way to monetize a website or blog. You can easily add AdSense ads to your site and earn money for each click. Click value depends on your niche and targeted keywords.
Google Adwords
This is the flip side to AdSense.You can use Google AdWords to drive traffic (which costs money of course) to a landing page or website where you will ideally make more money off that traffic than what it costs you per click.
Another way to monetize your website with ads, similar to AdSense. Usually, Chitika ads dont pay as well, but can still be effective.
Facebook Ads
Similar concept to AdWords. Create ads that drive traffic to a landing page, blog, or an affiliate offer (I am not sure if you can still use affiliate links with Facebook ads). Facebook ads are nice because you can target very specific demographics and funnel that targeted traffic to a product or service you are selling.
MySpace Ads
Similar concept to Facebook Ads.
An inexpensive alternative to AdWords. There is obviously less traffic, but it is a fraction of what it costs you on AdWords.
Speedy Ads
Another PPC alternative. Looks like a pretty cool site, though I have never used them.
LinkedIn Ads
Same as Facebook one

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