Is Best-Reviewer.com really a 100% adsense revenue sharing website? I've heard that its not.
While I'm talking about Google Adsense revenue sharing, does it sound kind of sad that SheToldMe.com actually charges you to be able to use the website? Not much, but still...
( it charges $5 / month or $12/ year .)
Best-Reviewer is an ugly looking website with too many ads on it... I really like the concept of it though, creating a top 10 list anytime.. but then again you could just do that on your own blog where you have control over all of the design...
Best Reviewer is a great AdSense Revenue Sharing website! I use it to power backlink my hubs and websites. Yes it is 100 % AdSense sharing website.
If some one referred you to them though then you do not get all of the AdSense Ad space on the page. So if there are 4 ads on the page, you will split them with the person who referred you to Best Reviewer. Also if your not a paying member I do believe you do not get all of the ad space.
In the end it does not matter because your ads are at the top in the best place for getting AdSense clicks. I personally love the website and it does make me some money with Google AdSense. As Best Reviewer is one of those rare websites that give you 100% of the revenue. However you do not get all of the impression income. That is little income anyway, we would all rather just get 100 percent off the click, which is how Best Reviewer works. SheToldMe is run by the same person as well, and is another good website for social bookmarking / backlinking. For more tips you should check out some of my hubs on the topic. Hope this answers your question.
by twitterguy 2 years ago
Top 10 indian adsense revenue sharing website?I am looking for top 10 indian adsense revenue sharing sites. I have found few listings in http://classylists.com/blog but i want indian based sites offering revenue sharing
by fasthardmoneynyc 7 years ago
I am confused. Explain what is google adsense revenue sharing sites, not sure how this works.I...am not registered yet with google adsense but lets say I do for hubpages does this mean I will make revenue from clicks on my hubpage and also make adsense revenue from adsense revenue sharing sites if...
by sid_candid 7 years ago
Is there any other adsense revenue sharing site you write articles for. If yes how has been the results in terms of traffic and earnings. I am considering expanding my portfolio of online content. Please suggest me a website where I can write apart from Hubpages to help increase my adsense revenue.
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 prasannasutrave 6 years ago
Will participating in AdSense revenue sharing sites kill our own blog?
by anish92 6 years ago
Know any Adsense Revenue SHARING sites?Ne1 know an Adsense rev SHARING site apart from Triond and Bukisa? Sharing means you get a percentage of EACH & EVERY adclick on your content pages.
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