What are some other good revenue sharing websites that online writers can explore?
Actually Rajan, I'm waiting for the answers to this one. A great question I'm sure many would like to see answered.
There are few other options as well but there are not many good options. These days, Bubblews is in news and many hubbers are present over there; if you are not a member yet, you can check out my profile to get the link. Its payout is only $25. Few people earn on Redgage also. Though, the best way to earn is to create your own site.
Wizzley: My favorite next to HP, though I only have a couple of articles up. It's a very good-looking site with a small but cool community. You can use a whole bunch of different affiliate programs there, which is nice.
Infobarrel: Another great community. Owners are pretty on-the-ball. You earn based on impressions, similar to here at HP, and you can use your own Amazon affiliate links.
Squidoo: It's anybody's guess what is going to happen to Squidoo from here. Now might be a good time to build up content there for the resurrection of the site, or you may want to stay away until you see what happens. Personally, I love the site, but I don't dig their payment methods so much. There is something about being put in a line and paid based on my ranking that doesn't sit well with me.
Zujava: I haven't written anything there yet, but its a cool site that a lot of people are excited about. I'm a little turned off by their revenue sharing model, which is similar to Squidoo's.
Seekyt: Another site worth checking out. I don't know much about it, but a lot of people say good things.
I Think WordPress is a fine option. I wish to do some work there also, but it is not user friendly as we see in HP.
Bubblews is cool, but it's not like HP at all. It is more of a social media meets blogging type site. There are very few restrictions, so you'll find a lot of bad writing, but if you look around you'll find a lot of good writers/writing and sharing going on over there too. So long as you obey the very few and easy terms it is very easy to make money over there. I've only done a few posts and I read, follow, and comment on others posts and with very minimal effort I am at closing in on the first payout after only a couple of weeks.
I use HP for writing quality portfolio pieces to share with potential clients and I write on Bubble just for fun - best of both worlds.
Loved this question, you wont believe i was about to ask the same question today itself, good you asked, now i am also waiting for answers. AS for infobarrel, i read some reviews which said it is quite strict and you have to get 10 articles approved before. I dont know exactly. I have joined seekyt, published three articles there but not earned even a cent till now though one week has passed and i have promoted these posts. I want to work on wizzley but i am not sure about its model
I've tried a number of other sites, and although HubPages is still my favorite, Wizzley is another good site. It does not get as much traffic as HubPages, but it is a really quality site. There are good articles and the modules are easy to use. It also has many revenue earning options.
I've also tried Squidoo and InfoBarrel. InfoBarrel focuses on just articles and writing quality material. Squidoo is a multi-media experience. It is more like you are building web pages full of videos, products, activities, etc. It can be fun if you are into that type of thing, but I do prefer InfoBarrel over Squidoo since I find Squidoo a little too "busy."
Bubblews is a relatively new website that everyone is buzzing about. You blog and follow other "bubblers" on the site. You can paid for participating on the site, not just the blogs you write. You can also cash out at $25, which a lot of people enjoy.
The more a site is popular and considered the in thing to be there, the more there are chances that it will die a natural death too soon. If Bubblews has lots of substandard stuff, then don't waste your time there. I have seen and wasted my time on similar sites in the past. Better to stick to some sites which have some level of quality and prestige.
But times are bad for web content sites. Any great recovery seems to be out of question in the present scenario. Ups and downs are too quick. You can try sites for fun but no great earnings can be expected anywhere.
The most successful place for me to earn money on a consistent bases is Fiverr.com and is really sort of fun at the same time. I write 400 word articles, reviews, and earn five hundred cents at a time, but then there are upgrades, and video articles. Currently earning an extra $250-$400 per month just with this. In two years with Hubpages only earning $20 per month. You need to have many streams of income to make a go of it online. Great question...
HubPages is my favorite, but Infobarrel is also a good place to publish quality articles. Infobarrel is very strict on quality content and your first 10 articles will have to go through a manual screening before they can be published. As a result, many sub-standard writers post negative stuff about Infobarrel. Also Infobarrel has recently changed their revenue sharing model. Writers no longer need their own Adsense account and Infobarrel still shares 75% of revenues earned from your published articles. Only now you get paid directly from Infobarrel instead of Adsense. I believe the payout threshold is lower than Adsense as well.
My articles on Infobarrel have not suffered the huge drop in traffic that my writings on other sites have. I believe this is because Infobarrel has held their publishers to a higher standard of writing from the very beginning.
by Disillusioned 9 years ago
I have been writing at Howtodothings.com which, like Hubpages, shares 50% adsense ad revenue. This site has now stopped sharing this revenue with its members. I believe there is no official announcement to it. <snipped - no promotion of links in the Forums>CVR
by anish92 6 years ago
There are possibly a hundred odd revenue sharing sites but is it even worthwhile to go through them if you write for all or some of the following?1. Hubapges2. Infobarrel3. Squidoo4. Bukisa5. Xomba
by tnvrstar 7 years ago
Which revenue sharing site is good for earning money?except triond & hubpage, tell me others if they are working good for you
by twitterguy 3 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 andycool 7 years ago
Dear fellow hubbers, I’ve a proposal to HubPages for the benefit of all our best quality hubbers. I know here at Hubpages we have a number of good quality hubbers who can write professional quality stuff... right? But why would you going to write here at HP? A lot of most valuable hubbers have...
by Susannah Birch 7 years ago
Just wondering what other revenue sharing sites people know of that offer programs OTHER than Adsense or Amazon (Or Ebay or Kontera.)
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