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How To Make More Money With Adsense Revenue Sharing

Updated on December 22, 2012

What is Revenue Sharing?

Adsense Revenue Sharing is a legitimate way to make money online, especially if you can write or are willing to learn how to write. It is simply just a process of writing and submitting articles and related content to revenue sharing sites like HUBPAGES, SQUIDOO, INFOBARREL, XOMBA, and more...

It won't make you a millionaire in any way, but it can make you a nice little residual income that you may use to buy other internet marketing programs or educational resources. A few hundred dollars a month can be attained within just a few short months if you remain dedicated and stick to a writing and submitting plan.

Getting back to what revenue sharing is all about, Revenue sharing means that the host website - in this case Hubpages places google adsense ads on your articles. These ads are displayed 24/7 and incur revenue when clicked. Hubpages share this revenue 50/50 with the owner of the articles. So all you have to do is write the articles and promote them a little.

Benefits of Revenue Sharing

Revenue sharing is designed so that the host site and it's authors can make money. Therefore a host site is more than interested in hosting quality articles that they think their readers will want to read.

The benefits are many - The biggest one being the fact that a site like hubpages already carries a fairly high page rank with google and your articles are likely to be found and indexed by google a lot faster than if you were to create your own domain.

The ground work has already been done by the founders of the revenue sharing site and the popularity of these sites is a great benefit. Not only will you be able to get indexed by google which will bring organic traffic, your articles will be read and rated by other users of the site. This rating system has many benefits, higher rated articles will attract more readership and more readership will produce more revenue for you.

Getting Started And Doing Things Right!

The very first thing you are going to have to do is sign up for google adsense as well as a site that has adsense revenue sharing capabilities. Here are a few that i use -

Hubpages - Very popular website that allows authors to write about almost anything that takes their fancy. It is better to write about stuff that you know a lot about. If you try and write about stuff that you don't know about - your readers will likely pick up on this.

Squidoo - Another very popular writing site that shares their revenue with their authors. The only problem being that they are quite a lot stricter than hubpages when it comes to topics that they will allow you to write about.

Xomba - Probably the newest addition to revenue sharing sites, the most recent one that I have signed up to, anyway. This is another 50/50 sharing scenario where ads are displayed for 12 hours of the day using your adsense ID and the other 12 hours with xomba's ID. Great potential to earn here, though.

There are of course many more revenue sharing sites and a quick search at google should quickly reveal them. I am a member of the above 3 sites and have had varying degrees of success with each of them.

If I were to rate them, I think Hubpages would be first, Xomba second, and Squidoo third.


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    • BlissfulWriter profile image


      7 years ago

      Thanks for ranking your preference of the three adsense-sharing sites. Good to know.


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