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Get Paid to Write for Knoji

Updated on June 2, 2012

Previously known as Factoidz, Knoji recently changed the layout of its site and their company name in order to attract more readers and to change the focus of their site. Previously focused around high quality, well written articles about various topics, Knoji is now focused around consumer reviews of online companies. Users can get paid by reviewing companies that they have purchased from, by testing out company coupons, by answering and asking questions about businesses, and of course, for simply writing about what they’re knowledgeable about.

I was quite busy last month; I had a number of real world responsibilities that I could not shirk for writing. As such, I was only able to work every few days. While my efforts were split between a number of different sites, I had great results with Knoji without putting in too much time; roughly 3 hours a week equalled a fairly large payment into my Paypal account. See the screenshot below:

My past month's payment from Knoji, after working for only 3-4 hours a week.
My past month's payment from Knoji, after working for only 3-4 hours a week.

I find it quite easy to write for Knoji. Regular articles earn an upfront payment ranging from $0.15 to $5.00 depending on the track record of your past articles, and increases as your articles perform well. All regular articles will receive passive earnings from traffic. Company profiles, which are simple, 500 word FAQs of specific companies, will earn from $4.00-$7.00 each. Working on company snapshots, which highlights what a company offers, and compares a specific company to their leading competitors to help consumers make a decision about a purchase, will earn you a maximum bonus of $10. Answering questions ranges in payouts from $0.30 to $0.50, but each question only has to be 50 words, so you can make quite a bit of money for answering simple questions users have about certain companies just by visiting the company’s websites. Asking questions will earn you almost nothing (I don’t currently earn anything for asking questions) but you can earn up to $0.15 per question that you ask. You are limited to a certain amount of questions that you can ask each day, so make sure that they are high quality inquiries.

With an hour of work, you can easily make $14 an hour; with the ability to sit down and work hard for an extended period of time, I am sure I could more than triple this month’s payout. Only time will tell! If you want to sign up for Knoji and start earing today, you can do so here.

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    • wetnosedogs profile image

      wetnosedogs 

      6 years ago from Alabama

      This is something I will check into. Thanks for the information.

    • Philanthropy2012 profile image

      DK 

      6 years ago from London

      Ahh I see, so simply to not put all of your eggs in one basket! Makes sense! :)

    • D22314 profile imageAUTHOR

      D22314 

      6 years ago from Canada

      Writing for different sites allows me to build my online writing portfolio. This makes applications to other writing websites easier, as I can point to numerous sites as examples of my work. Additionally, it means job security - just gusta investing, by diversifying my portfolio, if one website changes its policies, goes offline, or for some other reason reduces or removes the amount of money that I am paid, my total income is not as affected.

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      k8th 

      6 years ago

      i think using different sites can increase your traffic. that's the benefit i think.

    • Philanthropy2012 profile image

      DK 

      6 years ago from London

      Very useful, but can I ask why you use several different sites? For instance, why did you decide to write a hub about Knoji on Hubpages?

      Do you find that there is economical benefit from using different sites?

    • k8th profile image

      k8th 

      6 years ago

      thank you for sharing..this is what i looking for..

    • dinkan53 profile image

      dinkan53 

      6 years ago from India

      Thanks for introducing a new site for online earning. . I was looking for this kind of hubs. Thank you and good luck….

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