I'm a amatuer writing. What are the best places on the internet for me to make some money?
Was on ehow but they want professionals now. I'm just starting out and with no degree whatsoever. Just exploring a new interest.
there are many fields in net which can generate some revenue for you
hubpages is also one of them
affiliates like google adsense ,amazon,ebay, commission junction are also good links
if u have a blog or your own domain you have plenty of fields for revenue..
but many of them think that we can start revenue by over night but its not true,you have to be patient and you must have quality of writing with good presentation and rich content so that you can generate good amount of traffic...
so don sign up soon to all the affiliates or any other sites which say that they pay you..instead be patient have some decent number of posts and traffic.after that you can apply..
thanks good luck
god bless u
Well, where to begin. There are a ton of hubs on this topic so I will keep this brief.
Associated Content (although I don't care for it)
These are some of the better sites that you can get into. As an Ehow writer the one that most closely resembles ehowm, and potential would be Infobarrel. However it is only a PR 4 or 5 it is quickly climbing...I have heard nothing but good things for the most part about it. Havn't tried it myself yet though.
Here is a link to a hub (not mine) that shows some wonderful graphs of information on various different sites. He excluded Hubpages though it would be up there with Suite 101 for comparison purposes.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Actual-Figures- … Write-Site
If you are into writing, check out Amazon's Digital Text Platform, submit any work you have there. This is how to get your work published onto Kindle. You will make money for each copy that sells on Amazon.
You can also check out www.fiverr.com and start a few writing gigs there.
I currently hold a full-time offline job and I am just starting out here on Hubpages and hoping that it will be a good source of second income once I get going with it. I've done a lot of research before getting more involved, though, meaning I have read many articles about Hubpages and how to make an income from it.
Fortitude is a very new writing site, created by someone who founded another writing site, Squidoo. This site has about 180 writers so far and is $23.88 for a full account. This is to prevent spammers and it is easy to earn back that payment in a couple of weeks. You get paid $0.05 for reading reviews, which doesn't take that long. You can get paid anywhere from $10 to $100 if your article gets published on the front page. There is not that much competition right now due to the small amount of users. I've earned $3.10 so far from just reading and rating reviews, which is fun. I think this may be the winner because I'm already making a little bit of income after only a week. I'll be able to earn back the $23.88 once I get a few articles published. Give it a go!
There is Helium, but I've heard that some people's account balances drop for no good reason and you only get paid to write for certain sections of it.
Suite 101 is a lot of work if you don't have a lot of time on your hands. I was invited there, but I had a lot going on personally during the initial three month writing period so I took a leave of absence. Their editors are very helpful, though.
Associated Content if you live in the US. I'm from Canada.
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