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Revenue Sharing Websites where you can use Google AdSense

Updated on March 5, 2015
A list of helpful revenue sharing websites
A list of helpful revenue sharing websites | Source


Google AdSense is the biggest and most popular display advertising network in the world. If you have an AdSense account, you can earn some extra money through publishing your writing on 'Revenue Sharing Sites'. These websites help you to make money by displaying AdSense ads alongside content that you create. When people click on the ads, the website will pay you a proportion of the money that they earn.

These sites allow you to create and publish your own original content and in return will pay you a percentage of the revenue that your ads generate. In this article we'll explore some of the most popular revenue sharing sites and let you know how you can get started. We'll explore the following:

  • HubPages
  • WebAnswers
  • Seekyt
  • Zujava
  • Wizzley
  • Other sites

HubPages is one of the most popular online writing destinations
HubPages is one of the most popular online writing destinations | Source


Perfect for long-form articles, HubPages allows users to create content on almost any subject.

It has an easy to use editing system that assists writers in adding images, polls, tables, videos and other rich media to their articles. HubPages pays users 60% of the amount earned from views of AdSense ads and sales of Amazon products promoted in their articles (known as Hubs).

The usefulness and utility of WebAnswers does vary
The usefulness and utility of WebAnswers does vary | Source


If you like answering questions from other users, WebAnswers is for you.

The WebAnswers system rewards contributors that provide high-quality, relevant, lengthy answers. You do need a minimum of 50 answers on the site before you can add your own AdSense code.

The amount that WebAnswers pays you depends on the number, length and quality of your answers, but persistent, regular users can earn a few dollars a day.

Seekyt remains a popular writing site
Seekyt remains a popular writing site | Source


Seekyt is a relatively new online writing site that allows users to display their AdSense ads. Although articles don't have to be as lengthy as those on HubPages, Seekyt writers will still achieve better results with longer articles.

The amount of money Seekyt will pay you varies between 65% and 90% depending on the number of articles you have written, how many followers you have, how many comments your articles attract and if you have referred any other writers to the site.

Zujava likes its toucan
Zujava likes its toucan | Source


Another article writing site with a unique approach, Zujava is a good place for new writers to learn about creating content as they have a great new user experience.

They pay out 50% of AdSense earnings to writers.

Wizzley sparkles with inspiration
Wizzley sparkles with inspiration | Source


Similar to HubPages, Wizzley has a variety of templates and tools to enhance a writer's articles.

Wizzley has a small but dedicated community of writers. Wizzley pay 50% of AdSense earnings until you have published 100 articles, when that increases to 60%.

Other sites

There are various other revenue sharing sites available that offer a variety of different ways to make money. Many of these sites such as InfoBarrel or Bubblews don't use an AdSense model but have their own advertising setup that pays a proportion to writers based on page views and other factors.

If you are interested in writing for one of these sites, review their FAQs, terms and conditions to find out how much you could earn.

They can help you to split the cash!
They can help you to split the cash! | Source

Hints and tips on revenue sharing sites

If you do decide to use revenue sharing sites, here are some areas to be aware of:

  • There are sometimes other ways that you can make money besides AdSense revenue sharing; this could include affiliate links (e.g. with Amazon, Skimlinks or VigLinks), through referring other writers, Ebay commissions and other areas.
  • For HubPages, WebAnswers, Zujava, Seekyt and Wizzley, you will need to already have an AdSense account. You can sign up for an account by searching Google for AdSense and following the instructions there. Once you have your AdSense code you can then enter it into the relevant part of the site.
  • You need to be aware of the terms and conditions on AdSense, for example not clicking on your own ads. If you break the AdSense terms and conditions, your account could get cancelled and it is almost impossible to get another one.
  • Be sure to read the FAQs, terms and conditions of any revenue sharing site that you want to contribute to. Many of them have requirements on the type and quality of content that you are allowed to publish.
  • The best way to make money through these revenue sharing sites is by creating relevant, engaging, high-quality content that people want to read and share. This will help your articles do better in the search engines, attracting more visitors, getting more clicks on your ads and earning you more money.
  • Don't expect to get rich overnight using revenue sharing sites. It can take a while to build up a good catalogue of articles, but once you've accomplished this, you can develop a reasonable passive income stream.

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In closing
If you don't want to go through the effort of creating your own blog or website and displaying ads there, revenue sharing sites can be a great way for you to earn some extra money.

Because these sites already have a built in audience and good ranking on the search engines, they can be a great foundation for your content. If you're a talented writer and can create interesting, compelling articles, they are definitely worth looking into.


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      3 years ago

      Seekyt is new. I will try out once. Thanks for a nice article

    • FlourishAnyway profile image


      3 years ago from USA

      Thank you for this key information on the various sites.

    • Paul Maplesden profile imageAUTHOR

      Paul Maplesden 

      3 years ago from Asheville, NC

      You're welcome- Having tried out quite a few of these revenue sharing sites, these ones are among the best.

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      3 years ago from Home Sweet Home

      thanks for the sites you had mentioned.

    • Paul Maplesden profile imageAUTHOR

      Paul Maplesden 

      3 years ago from Asheville, NC

      I've used Seekyt and WebAnswers myself and had some success with both of them. Ultimately, I have found that my content performs best on HP, but I think that with some diligence and consistency, authors can make a reasonable passive income in several other places as well.

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      Natasa Shepherd 

      3 years ago

      Great article. I knew of Hubpages, obviously, but haven't used the other ones. I will give them a look!


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