What is the best adsense sharing site ? Hubpages or other sites If other sites ,show your experience with this site and how much you earn ?
There are many sites which offer similar revenue share schemes to Hubpages. However I still consider Hubpages one of the best.
A close second:
Web Answers is similar to Yahoo Answers but you can earn revenue share on your questions & answers. After three weeks there I'm earning nearly $1 a day, so I definitely would recommend it.
Some other revenue share sites:
I know that InfoBarrel is said to be a good up and coming article site, as well.
Thanks Wrylilt, that webanswers looks pretty cool!
As for infobarrel, hopefully, they become really big. I have written a few articles on there. I should probably keep writing on infobarrel for backlinks, and possible ad-sense income in the future.
Wow!. Copied and Saved. Thank you, WryLit.
Wow , thanks for your help , i will try to use this sites , but what is the most site you like after hubpages?
I joined Web Answers, but some of the questions were so mind-numbingly stupid, I couldn't bear it. And am I right in saying you only earn income if your answer is chosen as a best answer?
I think you can also earn on your questions.
yes, you can earn from your questions and also from the answers even if those are now awarded. If awarded you will get a greater share.
You earn from your questions and your awarded answers for one year. Earnings for unawarded questions are split. If an answer is awarded to someone else, you earn nothing.
here is what they say
Your goal is to have users select your answer as the "Best Answer" among all other answers posted to that specific question. If your answer is selected as the "Best Answer" you will earn ongoing advertising royalties on that thread and this question becomes yours to monetize. WebAnswers automatically displays Google Advertisements on your behalf for all questions awarded to your account. The more "Best Answers" you receive the more money you earn!
If the question isn't awarded yet, don't worry. We use our advanced quality score algorithm to rotate ads of those who answered the question. The higher your quality score the more times your ad will be shown on that question and throughout the site.
Exactly what I was referring to. This is not different from what I said. What's new, as pointed out by WryLilt is this:
Precisely. When I first joined and read that it was one year and awarded answers, I almost gave up on it. Glad I didn't!
They're meant to be revealing the quality scores sometime soon.
I was wondering about quality scores. I've seen a lot of mention, but couldn't figure out how to see mine or anyone else's. Do you think they will stick with the "one year"? Hardly gives time for the question/answer to mature.
Could you go back to this thread, also on WebAnswers:
The one year has changed, it's now the lifetime of the question,
Quality scores have not been revealed yet but they were meant to be in January. They're running late but they said they're going to show them soon. At the moment they're still working off the algorithm for them though.
The quality score is influenced by things like length, grammar, spelling etc.
Marisa, I'm working on a hub at the moment that hopefully should be published today, about the best way to choose questions for maximum earning/view potential.
You have our attention.
The response, as yet, is unknown.
Forums kind of prickly as of late.
I hope for the best.
I really like webanswer too. I am not active now but I will be.
here is another site that I like but haven't written in it yet. This site is run by another fellow hubber thisisoli
But you need direct approval by Thisisoli himself, or an invite.
chacha is another highly potential question-answer site but to become an expert you would have to qualify first through a test.
Here's a list of revenue sharing sites that are active: http://www.reviewerofsites.com/the-inte … ing-sites/
Alright I've completed the hub with information on maximizing earnings on Web Answers.
They've just rolled out a new scheme for revenue share (basically you can get impressions on pages totally unrelated to anything you've posted on) so hopefully my hub might answer a few questions people have.
Very useful thanks!
I see you also recommend bestreviewer.com. I just had a look at the site and the "about" link doesn't work, so there's no way of finding out how the site works.
Some of the FAQ's imply that it's another SheToldMe, and all you do is paste teasers to your articles - is that so or is it a genuine review site?
I forgot about that. I just took it off. Unfortunately I think it is a lot like SheToldMe, I put that referral link up when it started, but haven't really used it that much.
I'd have to say that WebAnswers is the only site I've found that's comparable in earnings and ease to HP.
The only other sites I'm hoping to pursue for article writing and think might be worthwhile are Bukisa and Infobarrel.
This is a very useful thread I am bookmarking this for future reference.
That sounds interesting. I might look into that too. It's not like I have anything better to do.
I joined webanswers, and received an email to link it to my adsense account. I received a conformation saying that the accounts are linked, but, I can't find anywhere in adsense that proves it. And, my account at Webanswers shows that my adsense account is not set up. So what do I do now?
I emailed a question to both sites, and I am waiting to hear back from them. I figure since a few people here are already at webanswers maybe you could help me out?
Am I doing something wrong?
You need to answer ten questions or more before Adsense will be linked.
Goto My Account
Goto Account Access
Click Approve for Web Answers Access.
On Web Answers:
On this page there should be information about your account status: http://www.webanswers.com/account-details.cfm
Is there any tips to success with web answers ?
Thanks Wrylitt. I just checked it, and it says status approved now. I don't expect to start making money right away. But, I certainly hope that I will.
Now, I am going to have to follow you. Ok?
Thanks again for the great info.
by StormsHalted 9 years ago
Any Alternative to Hub Pages ?
by Nathan Bernardo 3 years ago
Out of all the sites I use, this site is the one I can most easily navigate and use; including the HubTool. I mean this seriously. It really is the only site that I can say I pretty much always have a good experience on in relation to getting around on the site and using its features.
by Samantha Cubbison 20 months ago
Exciting news! Engineers have been extremely busy over the last few months consolidating technology at Maven and taking the first steps toward moving HubPages sites to a centralized Maven platform, which readers and advertisers love. We are thrilled to announce that TatRing (scheduled to go live on...
by RanaKm 7 years ago
Does anyone know any other site similar to Hubpages? I'm starting to like this site and I'm realizing that it's really better than all the other sites so, it would be nice to find another similar site.Anyone?
by HubPages 10 days ago
Hi all! We launched PetHelpful's Pet News category several months ago, and it's performed so well that we've begun adding news categories to other Network Sites. Each category is used by a site-specific news team here at HubPages to drive more traffic and engagement on social media, in turn...
by Ronald E Franklin 3 years ago
Here's an announcement (dated Aug 11) from Harlow-McGaw, the owners of Daily Two Cents, Writedge, and other sites:"It saddens us to say we will be shutting down all our sites at the end of the month. We just can no longer afford to keep them going at a loss since we have so few active writers...
Copyright © 2022 Maven Media Brands, LLC and respective content providers on this website. HubPages® is a registered trademark of Maven Coalition, Inc. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. Maven Media Brands, LLC and respective content providers to this website may receive compensation for some links to products and services on this website.
|HubPages Device ID||This is used to identify particular browsers or devices when the access the service, and is used for security reasons.|
|Login||This is necessary to sign in to the HubPages Service.|
|HubPages Traffic Pixel||This is used to collect data on traffic to articles and other pages on our site. Unless you are signed in to a HubPages account, all personally identifiable information is anonymized.|
|Remarketing Pixels||We may use remarketing pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to advertise the HubPages Service to people that have visited our sites.|
|Conversion Tracking Pixels||We may use conversion tracking pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to identify when an advertisement has successfully resulted in the desired action, such as signing up for the HubPages Service or publishing an article on the HubPages Service.|