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Making Money with Wizzley: My Wizzley Earnings

Updated on November 22, 2013

Total Wizzley Earnings: $1.98

***Last updated: 11/1/13

Get Paid to Write with Wizzley

Wizzley is similar to Squidoo or Hubpages in that you get paid to create webpages which can be modified with various modules which can be used to earn revenue. Wizzley was actually started by a few prominent lensmasters from Squidoo.

Make Money with Wizzley
In order to make money writing for Wizzley, you link your Google Adsense ID and Amazon Affiliate ID to your Wizzley account. Your affiliate IDs are then used 50-60% of the time on your Wizzley pages depending upon the number of pages you have created. You can also earn revenue on Wizzley through affiliate programs such as AllPosters and Zazzle. Wizzley also incorporate Viglink on your wizzes to make even more money on sales from your pages. Additionally, your affiliate IDs will be inserted into the ads on 10% of the impressions pages created by writers you refer.

My Wizzley Experience
As you will see, I am very inactive on Wizzley. My first Wizzley article was published in November, 2011 and for the rest of the year I only published one additional page, a "Wizzography" page. I clearly have not focused on creating strong pages with good content. That being said, I have gotten decedent traffic to my Wizzley articles and even managed to make some revenue on my 2 articles in the first month. I did not write any new articles in 2012 or 2013, thus far, so my earnings for Wizzley have been virtually non-existent, although I hope to get a chance to create more wizzes soon.

This page only documents my Adsense earnings from Wizzley and does not include Amazon Associates or other affiliate marketing earnings.

2011 Earnings: $1.76

I only started writing for Wizzley in November of 2011 so there were only two potential months of earnings and I only wrote 2 "wizzes" total. That being said, the $1.76 for such a short time period was an encouraging start.

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2012 Earnings: $0

After an encouraging start, I made $0 in 2012 from Wizzley. That being said, in all of 2012 I only wrote 1 "wizz" and made no effort to promote my Wizzes and instead focused 2012 on higher earnings sites such as Squidoo, InfoBarrel, and Examiner so it is not surprising I had no earnings in 2012.

2013 Earnings: $0.22

In 2013, I continued to make no effort on Wizzley, so as my last update to this page, I have not published any new wizzes in 2013.

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Last updated: 11/22/13

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    • Blackspaniel1 profile image


      5 years ago

      I am looking for a new place to place content that is Allposters and Zazzle friendly. I may give it a try.

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      Maya Frances 

      6 years ago

      Thanks. If you join, let me know how it goes! I really need to get back into of my writing goals for 2014!

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      Connie Smith 

      6 years ago from Southern Tier New York State

      This is a writing site I want to check out. Thanks for sharing ;) Pearl

      Voted Up++ and pinned

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      Chris Clayton 

      6 years ago from Paris

      Thanks for the article vbchica14, I have never actually heard of Wizzley before, but I will certainly be checking it out. From what you have written here though it seems very similar, in terms of earning potential, to Hubpages so I will probably just continue to focus my attentions on Hubpages. Its good to have options though ;)

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      Nathan Bernardo 

      6 years ago from California, United States of America

      This is interesting, because I've been considering Wizzley, among other rev-share options. Looks like there's potential there. I might actually start an account. Thanks for the information.

    • PoeticPhilosophy profile image


      6 years ago from Canada

      Thanks for the awesome input. Wizzley was going to be my next option to write for when I was ready, it sounds like a fun format but time will see. I hope you start to get a feel and write more :)


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