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The Ultimate List of Websites Sharing AdSense Revenue

Updated on September 22, 2012

Legitimate Sites to Make Money from AdSense

Google AdSense is a program which offers contextual ads to be placed on your website to make some money from. Whenever a visitor clicks on these ads, you, being the webmaster or site owner earn some money from those clicks. (That doesn't count invalid clicks) What if you don't have your own site or blog and still want to earn something?

Here are many sites that share AdSense ad revenue with you if you contribute to the site. Some simply divide the total ads revenue generated among users based on performance and content quality (like Squidoo). Others let you place your AdSense Publisher ID with the content you produce for them. In this article I'm going to share with you all those sites which let you place your AdSense Publisher ID so that you can earn from your content.

How these sites work?

1) You place your AdSense Publisher ID (which is unique and in the format pub-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) in some specified field in your account.

2) Your AdSense ads are shown on your content page, profile page or any other page specified by the site. Whenever the user clicks on them you'll generate some money per click.

What does x% revenue share some particular site talks about mean?

It simply means that for the x% of the time your page/article/content is visited, YOUR ads will be displayed (ads from your AdSense account). The rest % of time, these will be the site owner's ads.

Check out below which sites let you place your ads!

Please note that the list is sorted according to Google Page Rank of the sites (the higher the page rank, the higher the results from the site show up in Google search) and then according to the percentage of AdSense revenue they share with users.

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Stockvault

Google PR: 6

100% revenue share

Stockvault is a stock image sharing platform where you can share your pictures while earning money through 'Appreciation Program'. It allows you to keep 100% of the AdSense revenue you have earned through your images and pages. According to Stockvault:

"Stockvault's 'Photographer Appreciation Program' is our way of saying "thanks!" to our active photographers. It allows guests to support photographers directly, by clicking a 'Support this user' link on photo detail pages and donate via Paypal or Flattr. If you already use Google Adsense, you can insert your Adsense Pub-id and earn 100% of the revenue by Adsense ads displayed on your profile and photo pages."

Free Range Stock

Google PR: 6

80% revenue share

Freerangestock is a free stock images provider which lets you submit and share photographs with other. Make sure you first read submission guidelines before joining the site. According to Freerangestock:

"Photographers submitting photos to Freerange Stock can now participate in our revenue sharing system. This is implemented through Google AdSense, and will allow you to keep 80% of the advertising revenue generated by your download pages and your profile pages."

HubPages

Google PR: 6

60% revenue share

HubPages is an online writing community where you can write good aticles/content and make money through AdSense, HuPages ads, Amazon, and eBay. HubPages shares 60% of the revenue generated from your 'hubs' (articles on HuPages, as they are called). According to HubPages:

"The ad impressions are split between you and HubPages Inc 60/40 (60% for you, 40% for HubPages). So for every 100 ad impressions, your Publisher ID will be displayed 60 times. For every 100 ad impressions HubPages Publisher ID is displayed APPROXIMATELY 40 times.

And if an ad is clicked or a product is bought on your share of the impressions you make 100% of the commission."

Kongregate

Google PR: 6

Up to 50% revenue share

Kongragate is a site to play free games online. To make money on Kongragate, you need to be a game developer. Each time a gamer clicks on ads placed on your game page, you earn from 25-50% of AdSense revenue. According to Kongregate:

"Kongregate shares up to 50% of advertising revenue with developers and sponsors weekly and monthly contests where you can earn thousands more. You retain the full rights to your game by uploading it onto Kongregate and you may request that it be removed at any time.

By default, all developers receive 25% of the ad revenue generated from their games. This includes all ads within the games and any potential ads on the game page that may be added in the future. Games that are integrated with Kongregate's Statistics & Challenges API earn an additional 10%, and games that are offered exclusively on Kongregate's site earn an additional 15% (see below). Thus, it's possible for a game to earn 25%, 35%, 40%, or 50% of ad revenue."

She Told Me

Google PR: 5

100% revenue share

She Told Me is a Digg-like bookmarking site which allows you to bookmark your articles and other web content while sharing 100% of the AdSense revenue generated by your content. According to She Told Me:

"For each link you submit to SheToldMe.com a page is created with the title of the link, the link, a description, a screenshot of the website hosting the link, a link to your main site (optional: only if you fill in the field in your user account) Up to 3 AdSense blocks are displayed on this page, if you fill in the AdSense Publisher ID in your account, an AdSense block with your ID will be located closest to the title of your link, at the best spot in terms of CTR, 100% of the time. If you don't want to participate in the AdSense Revenue Sharing program and don't fill in the field in your account, there will be no ads at this location."

InfoBarrel

Google PR: 5

75% revenue share

InfoBarrel is a writing community where you'll find professional writers writing great articles on an array of topics. You can share and write interesting articles, reviews and info-filled pages on this site to make money through AdSense. According to InfoBarrel:

"Every time a piece of your content is published on Infobarrel, you have the opportunity to make money. As a publisher on Infobarrel you are entitled to 75% of all the Google Adsense ad impressions generated by your content."

DotNetKicks

Google PR: 5

50% revenue share

DotNetKicks is a bookmarking site which lets you bookmark and link to any stories related to .Net framework published on some other sites. If you're a .Net expert, you can simply use this site to make some extra money with your blog. According to DotNetKicks:

"You can earn real money by submitting stories to . You will receive 50% of the advertisement revenue on this site for all stories that you submit.

How it works is simple. Your AdSense account ID is used 50% of the time for all views of your submitted stories. As people click on your ads, your Google AdSense account will be credited. That's it. Google will send you the check."

RateItAll

Google PR: 5

50% revenue share

RateItAll is an online community to share reviews about just anything. You can also rate anything on the site, build 'top ten' lists, take quizzes and have simply fun! According to RateItAll:

"If you help us build the RateItAll community in any of the following ways, we will share 50% of the Google Adsense revenue generated by the pages you create!

Write a review (Every review you write for RateItAll will help you earn money with Google Adsense.)

Create a list (There's a make a list link on the RateItAll homepage and on your User Profile page that will help you create a list. You will earn revenue on all the pages you create for the list including the main list page.)

Add a new item (On every list page on RateItAll, you will find a link that says "Add a New Item to this List." When you add a new item that includes a description to any existing RateItAll list you will earn revenue generated by the advertising that appears on that item's page. New items must be approved by RateItAll or the corresponding list owner.)

Create your profile (Create your User Profile to start earning revenue from the Google AdSense advertising that appears on your profile page.)"

YouSayToo

Google PR: 5

50% revenue share

YouSayToo is a blogging network in its beta where you can either add your own blog or start a new one. The site splits the 50% of AdSense revenue with users. According to YouSayToo:

"At YouSayToo you can make revenue with Google AdSense and/or Amazon affiliate or donate revenue to a cause of your choice by blogging. YouSayToo shares ad impressions in your account 50/50."

TricksDaddy

Google PR: 4

100% revenue share

TricksDaddy is yet another tech blog which focuses on sharing tips, tricks and tutorials on various aspects of technology including blogging. Go ahead if you have some blogging and tech tips to share with others. According to TricksDaddy:

"TricksDaddy has highly transparent revenue sharing program. It means you are free to use your own adsense code inside your posts. I don't keep any share of the money you make from your article, you will get 100% share of the money you earn through your articles on TricksDaddy."

SoulCast

Google PR: 4

100% revenue share

At SoulCast you can blog anonymously without constraints and write about anything. The program is still in its beta, and you get paid when someone clicks on an ad placed next to your post. According to SoulCast:

"At SoulCast you can blog anonymously without constraints and write about anything. Depending on the type of ad, you can make anywhere from $0.02-$1.00 per click. There's no cost, no obligation, and getting started is quick and easy. You can even check your clicks and revenue generated on Google's reporting system. You will be paid directly by Google! Google will pay you through your bank account or with a check."

Devils' Workshop

Google PR: 4

100% revenue share

Devils' Workshop is a blog about internet, technology, blogging, SEO, wordpress, social networking news, tips & tutorial. If you love writing about technology, this site is right for you. According to Devils' Workshop:

"What makes this revenue sharing program unique is that ONLY your Adsense content unit will be shown on your posts. In fact if you are irregular blogger or don't want to go through hassle of maintaining your own blog, then you can earn much more through this revenue sharing program as every post you publish here will be read by large reader community."

TechMaish

Google PR: 4

100% revenue share

TechMaish is a technology blog focused on blogging, social media, seo, technology, computer, internet, and making money online. If you can write on any of these topics, you can guest blog there. According to TechMaish:

"Techmaish is adsense revenue sharing blog where your Google advertisement will run into your post. This will help you to make money along with all other benefits of Guest posting like backlinks, exposure and traffic, which is mentioned below. Your advertisement will be running all the time. You will get 100% revenue from all your written articles."

DotNet Spider

Google PR: 4

90% revenue share

DotNet Spider offers tutorials, training and sample projects in C#, VB.NET, SQL Server and ASP.NET training. So, if you're a coder, programmer or anyone in between, this site is for you. According to DotNet Spider:

"We are displaying Google AdSense advertisements in most of our pages. These advertisements are provided by Google. In case of pages which contain content contributed by members, we are sharing 90% of the Google AdSense revenue to the contributing member. You can earn AdSense revenue by posting .NET resources, code snippets, articles etc. Actively participating in the discussion forum and inviting your friends are some of the other ways to earn revenue from Google AdSense revenue sharing program."

Snipsly

Google PR: 4

80% revenue share

Snipsly is a blogging platform running on Wordpress, which allows you to write about anything and earn money when someone clicks on ads placed on your content. According to Snipsly:

"You will need to create an account with Google Adsense first. After you apply your AdSense ID to your Snipsly account, ads that show will be split among Snipsly and the user''s AdSense ID based on a 20/80 split. So 80% of the time it is a users advertising code. We only show advertisements 20% of the time"

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Blogger Party

Google PR: 4

50% revenue share

Blogger Party is a blogging platform that lets you write your own blog posts and then earn money from them when some visitor clicks on the ads placed next to your posts. According to Blogger Party:

"On each of your blog pages, a set of AdSense ads will be displayed. 50% of the time the ads will be using your AdSense ID, while the other 50% will be Blogger Party's or split between us and the person who referred you. "

CallingAllGeeks

Google PR: 3

100% revenue share

CallingAllGeeks is another technology blog where you find news and reviews about gadgets, mobile phones, VPN, iPhone, iPad, Apple, Macbook, laptops, and more. Do you think you can cover these areas? Why not blog there? According to CallingAllGeeks:

"CallingAllGeeks is a 100% adsense revenue sharing blog. Your advertisement will run into your guest post and you will be making money out of it."

BeepTheGeek

Google PR: 3

100% revenue share

BeepTheGeek is a technology blog where you can find posts on internet, Firefox, twitter, torrent, computer hacks, blogging, wordpress, social media, and more. The owner lets you guest post on his blog and shares 100% of the AdSense revenue generated from your posts. So, if you're a tech geek, avail this opportunity! According to BeepTheGeek:

"Revenue sharing means that you are free to use your own Adsense code in your posts. We have highly transparent revenue sharing program it means that you will get 100% share of the money you earn through your posts on BTG."

That's Pretty Dumb

Google PR: 3

100% revenue share

That's Pretty Dumb lets you share your personal stories about any bad experience you've gone through. You retain all the ad revenue which your story generates. According to That's Pretty Dumb:

"Inside of your control panel is a place for you to post your AdSense ID. If you do that, then we'll show your ad 100% of the time that we show your stories. The more stories you post, the more money you'll make!"

Best Reviewer

Google PR: 3

100% revenue share

Best Reviewer is the sister site of She Told Me and here you can share your reviews about various things by making 'top x' lists. Being rather new, the site has a page rank of 0 currently.According to Best Reviewer:

"For each top you submit to Best-Reviewer.com a page is created with your top formatted with an introduction, a conclusion, the title of the link, the link, a description, a link to your main site (optional: only if you fill in the field in your user account) Up to 3 AdSense blocks are displayed on this page, if you fill in the AdSense Publisher ID in your account, an AdSense block with your ID will be located closest to the title of your link, at the best spot in terms of CTR, 100% of the time."

Seekyt

Google PR: 3

70% revenue share

Seekyt is another new online community of writers where you can write quality articles and make money through AdSense. Though the site is new yet it looks very promising. According to Seekyt:

"Our revenue sharing program is simple. Once you enter your Google AdSense publisher ID in your account settings, you will start to receive 70% of all the Google AdSense impressions on every page you create. If someone clicks on an ad with your ads are shown, you will get to keep 100% of the advertising revenue for those clicks. If you refer new members, you will also receive 25% of the Google AdSense impressions on every article they write. If you use Seekyt to write unique, content rich articles with images and videos, you will benefit from our revenue sharing program immensely."

Wikinut

Google PR: 3

50% revenue share

Wikinut is a writing community where you submit your articles to be published. The site shares half of its AdSense revenue with you generated from your published content. According to Wikinut:

"Once people begin to read your content, any revenue generated by your adverts will be tracked by our system. You'll then earn 50% of this revenue - and continue to receive these royalties for the lifetime of your article."

Quomon

Google PR: 3

Not specified clearly

Quomon is a collaboration network of information technology professionals which are available to answer technology questions. You can either ask or answer to other people's questions to earn points which determine the ranking of a user (in terms of their expertise). The ad revenue-sharing policy is not clear, yet they say they share a portion of revenue generated on site with each user. According to Quomon:

"Experts who answer questions most effectively on the system will receive a portion of the advertising revenue that is generated through the site. As an expert you share the advertising space for all the questions you answer most effectively, generating a continuing source of income for your contributions. Your ads are displayed and are paid through Google's Adsense program, as Quomon works in collaboration with Google's extensive advertising network. Leading experts are featured throughout the system so other people can tap their expertise, which gives the opportunity to continuously grow their revenue stream."

The expert who is identified as submitting the best answer or tutorial for each question will have ads display on that page which will directly generate them revenue. Some questions asked into the system eventually draw thousands of pageviews per month. Even if an expert only makes an average of $1 per thousand pageviews for the questions that he answers, over time you can build up a nice and growing revenue stream through your activity on the site.

Oondi

Google PR: 2

100% revenue share

Oondi is another writing community where writers earn with their quality, original content. The site is still in its beta, and you keep all the revenue generated by your articles. According to Oondi:

"Why should anyone else reap the benefits of your labor? When you submit your work to oondi, you get 100% of the advertisement profits."

Evoire

Google PR: 2

80% revenue share

Evoire is a quite new site but it may get a higher PR in some time. It is an online writing community and article directory where authors and publishers share their knowledge and submit articles while earning ad revenue. According to Evoire:

"It's easy. Write and we will split the advertising revenue with you. Adsense revenue split is on an 80/20 impression basis. Evoire ads show approximately 20% of the time; the other 80% is reserved for publishers like you."

Excerptz

Google PR: 2

80% revenue share

Excerptz is a new site where you can share articles and bookmarks while making money through AdSense. According to Excerptz:

"Any revenues associated with the AdSense ads on your posts will be yours 80% of the time, we will consider introducing additional revenue streams and prize contests in the future."

TipDrop

Google PR: 2

75% revenue share

Tip Drop is a community where people share and receive tips on just about anything. Each user gains a credibility over time which helps him top other users. According to TipDrop:

"TipDrop creates focused sets of useful information on specific concepts. No wasting time reading what somebody had for breakfast here. (We also give you the option of keeping 75% of all ad-revenues generated from the tip sheets you create.)"

Want to add any sites missing this list?

Which of these sites do you use? - And what is your favorite site?

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      Blackspaniel1 2 years ago

      I might just try a few of these. I have two in mind. Thanks.

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      MirandaGrimm 4 years ago

      Wow this is a huge list! I love all these new and unheard of sites! I have a lot of work and digging around to do :) Thanks!

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      Speed-Racer 4 years ago

      Wow! So much good info here. Thanks for doing the hard part!

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      TOPTENGAMERS 4 years ago

      Hey have you given try to adcrun.ch. They promise to pay you as much as $206 for every 1000 views. I am little bit amazed and what else to say. Check this article : http://blogvkp.com/best-google-adsense-alternative...

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      Heidi 5 years ago from Benson, IL

      Don't forget Squidoo! LOL. But this is a good list of sites.

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      DotComBusted 5 years ago

      Wow such a great list of revenue sharers in one spot. There are some I never heard before. Thanks for bringging them to the surface for me.

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      JoshK47 5 years ago

      Very good info - thanks for sharing! :)

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      aproxy 5 years ago

      Well Done.

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      spider-girl 5 years ago

      @anonymous: Many thanks yarddog2k for both appreciation and pointing out what needs to be updated. I really need to update this list for I have found many new sites and some of the existing ones no longer share revenue plus their page ranks. Many thanks once again!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      This is a great list, but needs to be updated. Some of the sites you listed with 0 PR, now actually have 3 and 4 PR. IE: Best Reviewer now has a PR of 3. As far as Flixya, I recently received an email from them that they no longer had the AdSense program. It is also noted at the top of their homepage. Otherwise, great list.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Trend Hunter no longer shares ad revenue (as of June 23, 2011)

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I use YMIDoingThis.com. It's a new revenue sharing site

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      ottoblotto 5 years ago

      Well done!

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      spider-girl 6 years ago

      @anonymous: Sure inklin! Writing reviews is fun and you can surely make some money sharing your views about products you use!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      A very helpful list. I hadn't heard of most of these! I'm going to investigate RateItAll and BestReviewer!

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      spider-girl 6 years ago

      @Gloriousconfusion: Squidoo does share revenue from ads but it does this in a different way. It doesn't allow you putting your AdSense publisher ID (to show Google ads associated with this ID on your lenses); instead it has an ad pool where earnings from ads (AdSense, Chitika, Infolinks) shown on all of the lenses are placed, and divided among lenses based on the traffic and rank.

      Hopefully it helps!

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      Diana Grant 6 years ago from United Kingdom

      I note that you haven't mentioned Squidoo. Do squidoo allow your ID no. and adsense code? If so, where would you put it?

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      spider-girl 6 years ago

      @anonymous: Yes, the site is down right now. If the problem persists, I'll remove it from the list. Thanks for liking the lens :)

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      this is a very comprehensive list. although i checked contenfolders.com and can no longer find the site, don't know if it's just a browser problem. anyway, thanks for this list! will try to sign up with some of these.