Are there any good revenue sharing sites other than squidoo, xomba and shetold me?
I need to post content parallel to hubpages so that I can add up some revenue. Though I generate less but accumulate together with hubpages earnings?
I came across WebNuggetz a couple of weeks ago. It's pretty new, but they allow you to keep 100% of your adsense and affiliate earnings for any content that you produce there.
I wrote a brief intro hub on it, but I encourage you to check it out to get a better picture of it.
My hub on WebNuggetz: http://slappywalker.hubpages.com/hub/We … d-Hubpages
Theres always web-answers.com check it out you might like it, not much i can say about it but this: you get paid for asking and answering questions, every-time you do this you will get a 60% revenue share, it works with ad-sense. visit the site for more information.
Yes there are many revenue sharing sites where you can increase your earnings... I have a hub where i have discussed these revenue sharing sites with their revenue share %... you can visit this hub below...
http://sakesare.hubpages.com/hub/How-to … s-a-Writer
RitePad is a nice revenue sharing website that lets you make money by writing short 100 word posts. They give authors 80% of the total ad impressions on their content.
They also allow backlinks but you need to write 300 word posts for backlinks.
I found Best Reviewer as a good alternative to earn from AdSense. Seekyt is also doing fine.
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I just published a hub that lists 30 revenue sharing websites along with their Page Rank and links to their websites you might find helpful.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Blogging-Lists- … ring-Sites
by anish92 5 years ago
There are possibly a hundred odd revenue sharing sites but is it even worthwhile to go through them if you write for all or some of the following?1. Hubapges2. Infobarrel3. Squidoo4. Bukisa5. Xomba
by And Drewson 4 years ago
Where can I find a good list of revenue sharing sites?
by Athlyn Green 6 years ago
Which are the best revenue sharing sites for writers?What are the best places to earn, doing that which we love best?
by mcbean 8 years ago
After reading another info packed hub from Mark Knowles I note he recommends not using the revenue sharing feature of sites such as Shetoldme and snipsly as your adsense code will leave a 'footprint' for google to see you are creating your own backlinks.See: ...
by Peter Hoggan 7 years ago
I am currently developing a revenue sharing site and would value the opinions of people who use these types of sites. Whether you contribute articles for fun or earn a substantial income, all comments and points of view are important to me. What I want to know is what differentiates a good revenue...
by Karen Creftor 6 years ago
Can you make a living writing for ad-revenue sharing sites?I know the chances of making enough to live off from HP alone is not very likely, but what if it was combined with say Triond and Helium...do you think it's possible to make enough or will it always be 'extra' income?Do you make enough...
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