Besides HubPages, what are your favorite Writing Websites?
Are there any websites that you like writing on besides HubPages? What are your favorites, why, and what are the site's benefits?
I used to like associated content. Made almost $200 before I quit. I have yet to cash out on hubpages. Associated content is now owned by yahoo. I havent received a payment since.
I have not been screwed by either Triond or Associated Content. If your AdSense account and your money has been stolen from you (as has mine and many others here before the last 3rd quarter fiscal report by that untrustworthy lot), you can still make okay revenues there. At least, they actually pay you as they promise. I've been using both for around 3 years now and no problems, whatsoever. *Sound of wood being knocked on*
No big earnings from either, and not bothering since change to Yahoo. I make the most money, the fastest way on Factoidz with no minium and get paid monthly, earn every time article is published automatically. I am adding affiliate marketing to Wizzley.
For me, Factoidz is good but for some reason, I don't like the fact that I can't re-edit it at all.
Self hosted website
Nothing beats these three.
I've been really enjoying elance and textbroker but the system is quite different from hubpages...you have to bid on projects or write articles for other people on topics of their choice. I have made decent money though...around $200 in a month.
I have had a little experience with Wizzley. It is very..very similar to Hubpages. Its pay grade covers Amazon and eBay sales and Google Ad-sense. I have just recently started but I have realized a significant increase in page impressions on Wizzley over my other platforms.
My own blogger blog is where I earn most of my online money
My own sites make the most money for me. Probably because I don't place any restrictions on myself as to how many affiliate links I can have, what sites I can link to, where my ads are placed, what topics I can write about, or what kinds of interactive elements I can embed within the pages. Plus I don't have to share my revenue with anyone.
All revenue sharing websites--HubPages, Squidoo, Infobarrel, Bukisa, etc.--have some restrictions that are meant to benefit the site owners, not the writers. And you never know when they might change the terms and conditions.
That's why anyone who wants to make money from writing online should set up their own website(s), either as a main source of income, or at least as a back-up. If you only publish your articles on third-party platforms, you could be in for a unpleasant surprise down the road. And personally, I LOVE building websites; it's another creative outlet.
I like squidoo, blogger, and my own websites. I like my own sites best because I make the rules and I don't have to share the revenue with anyone else.
by Kylyssa Shay3 years ago
HubPages is under attack. HubPages content did not get hit by a Google slap and views did not tank due to Google algorithm changes; it is the victim of negative SEO.To see the nature of the attack:*Go to a Google search...
by Mary Craig3 years ago
Do you write for other sites, besides Hub Pages?If you do, what sites are they? We love to write but sometimes its nice to make money while doing it.
by Janellegems5 years ago
Besides Facebook and twitter, what are other websites that you daily go on?I usually go on hubpages, Netflix, pandora, cashcrate and focus on the family.
by David Stillwell6 years ago
Besides hubpages.com what other revenue sharing writing sites are worth writing for?
by Lisa VanVorst3 years ago
Besides writing on hubpages; what is your other hobbies? Mine is reading murder mysteries.My favorite authors are James Patterson, Stephen King, Tami Hoag, too many to name.
by D223145 years ago
Besides writing, how do you make most of your money online?Personally, I get it from using programs like Gomezpeerzone, working on sites like cloudcrowd, or by taking online surveys and uploading youtube videos.
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