Have you made much adsense? Is it worthwhile? Easy to use? Any tips or tricks?
I am considering uploading loads of pics onto it, just pics of things that I have taken whilst travelling..... obviously not persy pics or pics of me....
A few vids of stuff too. Is this worth my time? Is there any crafty way of creating a backlink to hubs? And if so would these be nofollow or dofollow?
Would be grateful for any knowledge/advice/experience?
I put a lot of my pictures on Trion. You don't make all that much but it does give you backlinks. You can either submit the pictures alone or incorporate them into an article. And by article I mean you can just have what your pictures are about. You can add video too. I have no idea if the links are nofollow or dofollow.
Is there anything stopping me from submitting to both Triond and Flixya?
Could give them both a go
As long as you don't put the same on both...
No direct knowledge Ryan, my only contact has been to discover a hub or two copied and pasted onto the site. Others have had the same happen, I believe.
Right.... so I should stick perhaps avoid seeking backlinks then? So that fellow users arent going to follow links to rip off my content. Come to think of it, I have heard that quite frequently on here....
The thing is, I was going to try it with hundreds of photos on my hard drive rather than try and write for it......
So was just wondering whether anybody had any experience with the photo aspect really, and whether it actually made them any hard cash.
Ryan I don't know if I'm right but I think you can make a bit of money on flckr.com for photos. Or maybe it's photobucket.com
I'm unsure, I read about it somewhere. I know there are sites that allow you to upload photos that others can purchase.
Google, I think
Im not looking to sell them FD, they aren't good enough for that.... they are just normal pics from a 12mp digital camera. I was just considering them as a means of adsense revenue, as far as I know flixya is the only site that offers that capability?
Stockphoto, dreamstime, shutterstock - sping to mind (I wandered off thinking on it).
Again don't know the details. You upload photos, if the pass aproval, you get paid when they're bought. Not much, maybe $0.20 cents a chuck but I believe the photos can be bought over and over again.
Worth chucking your photos online - you could (potentially) earn for years if they've got commercial appeal.
Back to Google
Hi FD, your photos have to be seriously good quality to be accepted into even microstock sites like that.... tried that all before. They would take 1 in 20 if the image was rare or unique, everything else was rejected for poor quality.
They pretty much have to be pro quality, these are holiday snaps I am talking about
*quietly suggests to ryan to just open an account and plaster it with pictures. Others do it it ... you never know ... *
I said nothing Ryan. NOTHING ya hear
I just this second have frogdropping
Since nobody else seems to have given it a go, I will tell you all if I started making thousands.... and you can all start uploading your holiday pics
I've had to submit DMCAs to their site twice due to entire Hubs taken and reproduced there.
Triond would rather you submit your material to them first. You still hold copyright.
Flixya is my number one content thief. I quit even complaining about it. I'd spend half my time doing nothing but pursuing Flixya content thieves if I wanted to but I"m sick of it. It still frosts me though when I see all those little c's next to my HP content.
If it's photos you want to sell, why not use a dedicated photo site like Dreamstime?
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