Since this is the only site in which I have written anything, it would have to be Hubpages.
Waitaminnit... you're supposed to get money from your writings on sites like these? Color me astounded. This changes everything.
This one, and this one by a very large margin. I have four different revenue streams here. No other site offers that many, at least none that I know of.
I have written articles for two online sites and although I haven't made much from either, HP is by far the one that has paid me the most.
In addition to my own blogs I am writing either at HP so as to have an audience Globally and I started learning and earning at IndiaStudyChannel for my audiences in India. Both are doing well. I am neither aware of other sites nor familiar with Hitech methods to express and share my knowledge. I am trying hard to get into the intelligent world.
Am yet to gain an ad sense account on HP so earnings zero here. However elsewhere, iWriter is my highest
I've written on my own blogs, on Yahoo! Voices (formerly Associated Content), Squidoo, and HubPages.
By far, my own blogs have been the most profitable. I had a blog on digital photography that was making a few hundred bucks per month, but that dream was killed by Google's Penguin update.
On Yahoo! Voices, I make $30 to $50 a month. But my account is about five years old, and that's a large portfolio (150+ articles, with about 10 to 20 serious earners).
My HubPages earnings are much lower, but I also just started writing here a month or two ago. I plan on writing some more here, and I can see making double digits in the next few months ($25, maybe $50).
It seems to me that the highest earning potential is going to be your own blog / website, although the topic matters to some extent. I've got a blog that makes about $8 to $10 CPM from AdSense alone, which blows both Yahoo! Voices and HubPages out of the water.
Hubpages. I could earn at least USD $ 10 per month while at Expertscolumn, i earn USD$3 per month. Adsense is the worst, USD $13 for 3 years; @USD$4 per year!!
I have written for many sites but didn't get so much. Expecting from hubpages now
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What sites exist that are free to use, that allow writers to create any content (like HP), where you can make money?
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