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Updated on April 30, 2011
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I found that some people are wanting some quick money for each articles they write. Surely, HubPages is not a quick system. So, you cannot expect to write hundred articles a month and receive $10 per articles. which means !000$. HubPages is definitely a different system and it is not going to make you rich tonight but after writing consistently, you'll generate a comparatively considerable good revenue from it.

So, let me get back to my point. If you need some quick money then there are sites who are ready to pay their members as soon as the articles get approved. In most cases it's a bit tough to get approved by them. But if you can write qualitiful, informative and tasteful articles then you can easily make more 250$ a month without that much effort.

Again, there's another problem. Some sites claim that they'll pay around 50$ per article but after writing for them, they simply close your account. So you need to be cautious always while going to make some money writing online.

I was speaking the words to give you an idea what tupe benefits and problems there remain while you are going to work for the upFront payment sites. Now, I will provide you a list. There I will give some points about the most trusted, well-known and high paying UpFront Payment Sites. If you try, then it is possible to make money from upfront payment sites.

Trusted & High Paying Upfront Payment Sites

  1. DemandStudios: It is quite difficult to get approved by them. But they pay $15/ per article. Not bad, infact Good!
  2. BrightHub.com: You write articles about Technology or Science for them.
  3. ConstantContent: You can fix your own rates.
  4. Mahalo is a good choice.
  5. WiseGeek: If you are approved, then you won't make less than $11 per article.
  6. ConsumerSearch: They pay really huge.
  7. About.com: You will make around $625 per month, really great.
  8. AssociatedContent: You will get $10 if you're from US.
  9. Helium: They have different problems, some say not to join. But they have build a good reputation,
  10. Just Articles: They pay considerably good.
  11. Qualitygal: A good site to join.
  12. Just Articles
  13. Need an article
  14. Internet Brands: You will make around more than $10 per article.

These are some good and trusted site. Join them for quick money :) if you have some more sites in your mind, please share it in the comment box below-


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    • Winchestery profile image

      Winchestery 

      5 years ago

      Thanks for the list. I didn't know about most of these.

    • VictoriaSheffield profile image

      Author Victoria Sheffield 

      5 years ago from Georgia

      Thanks so much for the tips. I heard that Triond is not a bad place to write articles. triond.com

    • bdaniels119 profile image

      Brandi 

      5 years ago from Arizona

      Thank you for this list and very informative because I didn't know about a lot of these.

    • I Am Rosa profile image

      Rosa Marchisella 

      5 years ago from Canada

      You mentioned that Helium has problems. To clarify, the biggest problem is that their TOS states that once you post an article on their site, it is theirs to keep - forever. Even if you close your account, you cannot remove your articles, earn from them, or use them elsewhere without creating "duplicate" articles.

      The second big problem I've found is that you *must* keep a "Rating Score" - read and rate other people's articles - if you want to earn money on your own articles.

      Lastly, if you want to update or make improvements your articles, the changes must go through a peer review (that rating thing I mentioned above). If your peer doesn't like your changes, they veto it and your article remains unchanged.

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      joewandy 

      6 years ago

      Just to mention, I used to write for DemandStudios.

      Unfortunately, the supply of contents has really dried up in the recent few months. There has been a big uproar by the regular writers in the forum there. Finally, a lot of people have simply moved on to other sites. New writers would sign up and cannot even get past writing the initial 3 articles for approval .. because there are no 3 articles!

      It would be appropriate to remove DemandStudios from this list I think.

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      ManuelAtt 

      6 years ago

      Good information, thank you!

    • Ibrahim K. Shafin profile imageAUTHOR

      Ibrahim Kamrul Shafin 

      7 years ago from Dhaka, Bangladesh & Washington DC, USA

      @saleheensblog Thanks for your nice comment. I didn't receive an e-mail, though :( Would you please send it once again?

      Sorry for the inconvenience,

      Shafin.

    • Ibrahim K. Shafin profile imageAUTHOR

      Ibrahim Kamrul Shafin 

      7 years ago from Dhaka, Bangladesh & Washington DC, USA

      @CJamesIII Thank you very much for your reading and commenting.

    • CJamesIII profile image

      CJamesIII 

      7 years ago from Minneapolis, MN

      Great list! I had not heard of a couple of these sites.

    • Ibrahim K. Shafin profile imageAUTHOR

      Ibrahim Kamrul Shafin 

      7 years ago from Dhaka, Bangladesh & Washington DC, USA

      @Ashantina

      I am glad that you were benefited from my piece of writing.

    • Ashantina profile image

      Ashantina 

      7 years ago

      Just what I need!!!! Thank you :)

      Up/bookmarked.

    • Ibrahim K. Shafin profile imageAUTHOR

      Ibrahim Kamrul Shafin 

      7 years ago from Dhaka, Bangladesh & Washington DC, USA

      I am now your follower! :)

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      Yassop 

      7 years ago

      Yea I saw it on the front page and thought it was worth a read.

    • Ibrahim K. Shafin profile imageAUTHOR

      Ibrahim Kamrul Shafin 

      7 years ago from Dhaka, Bangladesh & Washington DC, USA

      Thank you very much Yassop for your comment. You commented here as soon as I published it not more than two mintues :)

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      Yassop 

      7 years ago

      Hey thanks for the list. Really appreciate them =)

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