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Is Redgage the Hottest Thing Right Now?

Updated on October 18, 2014

How many of you have heard of I didn't until about a week ago. Redgage is a revenue sharing website with a bit of a social media aspect. They post ads to your content and you get a certain share of ad revenue depending on the views you get from your content. Whoever developed this site is a genius and the capabilities, especially for contributors, is unlimited. Let me share with you some of the great features of Redgage:

- You can share blogs. Ok, what's so special about that? Nothing, really. Then again, the friends feature is a boost to the dried out subscriber bit. You can also reuse blogs from other sites that do not restrict your content to your site. I love HubPages but I also love being able to put my hard work on multiple platforms.

- You can share photos. The more unique ones will get the most views, so do your best! This is a twist on contributing images to places where people can buy your photos. You don't need to be a professional photographer to earn money. Ordinary people view your pretty photos and you get paid. They couldn't care less what ISO setting you used.

- You can post videos. If you're not making enough on YouTube why not post your vids to Redgage too? I don't know of any reason why you can't. You may be able to secure more views for your vids and possibly double up money.

- You can post links! I saved the best for last. You can post links to all of the other places you have blogs, videos, photos, and still make money. I particularly love this one because you can get paid to promote your content! That's a double whammy and you can basically have your cake and eat it too. Grab a fork!

These four awesome content categories mean a lot of potential. I know of no other website where you can get so money for so many types of posts. You can advertise your content on other platforms for free. This is ridiculous and amazing altogether.

So how do these four capabilities allow you to make more money? Easy. Keep making your videos, blogs, and photos on other platforms. Then post them on Redgage if you can. Finally, post links to all of your other content on other sites to Redgage. I wish you the best!


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