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How InfoBarrel Works

Updated on January 29, 2010

Infobarrel Another Reliable Adsense Revenue Stream?

Much like HubPages, InfoBarrel is another site which allows you to publish content and splits the ad impressions with the author. In short, it's another way to make passive income online. If you're looking to not have all your eggs in one basket, then InfoBarrel may be the extra basket you've been looking for!

InfoBarrel Facts

  • All links are do-follow (No nofollow backlinks).
  • You get 75% of the ad impressions.
  • You can use basic HTML in your article formatting.
  • Your article title becomes your URL. And while they won't edit your article it seems that they will tweak your title to suit their own tastes.
  • A maximum of three links allowed in an article, but only in the signature box.
  • No stats except for total pageviews on each article.
  • InfoBarrel Inc don't claim ownership of your work. You're the owner. You can keep it or delete it as you please.

Infobarrel Content

What they're looking for...

  • Ideally 400 words or more. In the very least 150 words. Personally I don't think anything under 300 words makes for a good article.
  • Original. And not duplicate (even though written by you it should not have published elsewhere on the web).
  • Content rich article. Not a sales page.
  • Written in English. Check for spelling, grammar, comprehension and flow.
  • No derogatory comments, hate speech, pornographic material, defamatory remarks.

If you can submit 10 quality articles and be a member for at least 2 weeks you may find yourself becoming 'preapproved'. That means you can publish content without having to go through the approval process.

InfoBarrel Signup

Have you got what it takes? Sign up to InfoBarrel now!

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    • esllr profile image

      esllr 

      8 years ago from Charlotte

      Wow I have truly been missing out until now!

    • Georgina_writes profile image

      Georgina Crawford 

      9 years ago from Dartmoor

      Hmm. Might give Infobarrel a go. After all it's good to have more passive income out there no?

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      Andria 

      9 years ago

      I write on InfoBarrels. And like the site. It's worth pointing out that to start with you can't publish anything without it first being checked over. And you've got to publish a fair few before you're allowed to publish at will. No bad thing and it never put me off using the site.

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      Madalain Ackley 

      9 years ago from Richmond, Virginia

      Excellent information. I may consider it at some point but I feel a bit spread thin myself at the moment with all my writing committments. I'm just not that creative :)

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      Roadlady 

      9 years ago

      Thanks for the great information. I will definitely keep it in mind for the future.

    • BrianS profile image

      Brian Stephens 

      9 years ago from Castelnaudary, France

      Might be worth a look but I am already spreading myself a little thin.

    • Laura du Toit profile image

      Laura du Toit 

      9 years ago from South Africa

      This is very interesting and valuable information. Are we not all looking to maximize our income?

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      sandwichmom 

      9 years ago from Arkansas

      I always learn something useful from your articles

    • dusanotes profile image

      dusanotes 

      9 years ago from Windermere, FL

      Darkside, thanks for the information on infobarrell. I have no current desire to go there, but may in the future, who knows. I'm very busy writing a couple of Hubs a week and working on a couple of books. Good luck to you. Nice article.

      How did you get so many fans, since I'm new to you and I'm the first to comment on this excellent article? Don White

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      Nancy's Niche 

      9 years ago

      Very interesting and the first time, through my entire web surfing, I have heard of InfoBarrel. Thanks for sharing this information; I will have to check it out.

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