Has anyone ever published an article on infobarrel?
I published on it about 3 years ago and never made any money. Has anyone had any luck on that site?
I make more on Infobarrel than on Hubpages. I think you need to backlink and interlink IB articles a little more than on HP, but if you choose commercial topics, there's money to be made.
I've published many articles on that site. Some do better than others but I have made money and I know some people that make LOTS of money there.
Perhaps I should give it a second chance. They limit their subjects which I don't care for, but I suppose it's the nature of the website. Thanks for commenting.
It's not that limited really. You can't write about "adult" topics, or gambling, or things that Adsense forbids and you can't do fiction or poetry. Other than that it is pretty open.
This is my one experimental article on Infobarrel:
http://www.infobarrel.com/Why_you_shoul … g_Avocados
I've never earned a penny from it. It doesn't seem set up to encourage sharing and traffic like HP is.
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