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Which are the best revenue sharing sites for writers?

  1. Athlyn Green profile image97
    Athlyn Greenposted 6 years ago

    Which are the best revenue sharing sites for writers?

    What are the best places to earn, doing that which we love best?

  2. Luke Zelleke profile image53
    Luke Zellekeposted 6 years ago

    Right now, I make most of my income from working at Elance. There I find that I can get paid right then and there after a writing job has been completed as opposed to waiting for the page views and/or clicks on ads of my blog. But then, maybe I'm doing something wrong.

    Regards,

  3. chwwalker profile image71
    chwwalkerposted 6 years ago

    Personally I love Squidoo. So far I've made my payout every month (which I think I set to $5). They give you half the commission if someone buys an Amazon product after clicking a link in your lens, plus your share of the text links and other ad revenue. Their payouts are 2 months off, so I just received my April earnings, which were about $5, but my first payout a few months ago was a whopping $40 because somebody bought the really expensive cookware I wrote about. There are definitely writers who make a living just from Squidoo same as those who make a living from HubPages. The trick seems to be knowing what to write about and regularly updating your lenses.

    Other than Squidoo and HubPages, I haven't tried any other revenue-sharing sites.

    1. Rhonda_M profile image85
      Rhonda_Mposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I have used Squidoo too, but don't  make much from the actual site. However, I've pointed readers to affiliate products and have received over $1,000 from clickbank over the last 2 years because of 2 of my lenses.

  4. JenPaxton profile image84
    JenPaxtonposted 6 years ago

    over the last week on interactmedia.com I've made over $30, working only a couple hours each of my "off" days from my part time job, I'm kind of sold.  It's writing copy, something I'd never done before, but I've already gotten up to 5 stars (highest rating), so it's nothing too horrible.

    I mean, I like hubpages, but they're not paying what I thought they'd be paying, it's gonna take me a LONG time before I reach that first $50 they wait until you get before paying you.

    Edit: that's probably not what you're looking for, but I thought it was a good point to make, sorry smile

    1. cherylvanhoorn profile image61
      cherylvanhoornposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I have been doing some fairly intensive market research into a lot of this and have come to the conclusion of diversifying. Work through as many sites as you can. It is hard work with blogging as it has become saturated. Hubs are self contained.

  5. anivardiashvili profile image61
    anivardiashviliposted 6 years ago

    What are the best places to earn, doing that which we love best?

    iwriter.com there writers can earn

  6. cheaptoys profile image59
    cheaptoysposted 6 years ago

    i use hubber and blogspot with adsense. I also have squidoo but it isnt earning me much

  7. Kayte profile image45
    Kayteposted 5 years ago

    Squidoo, Helium, triond, and a few others are great places to make money for revenue, Helium is the best of all and Hubpages is pretty good as well.

 
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