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RedGage: How to make money with RedGage

Updated on August 27, 2014

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While Seeking new and exciting ways to make money online I stumbled on RedGage a website that encourages you to share your content and make money. RedGage is very easy to use and navigate and the results are interesting and rather surprising.

The website is all about sharing and socializing, you get paid by the number of views you content generates on their site. They have even made it easy by adding social bookmark links where you can ad your links on your various platforms like facebook, Google+ and Stumbleupon.

RedGage allows you to share content such as Photographs, Links, Blogs, videos and RSS feeds. The make money on RedGage you need to have lots of interesting content to generate views.

The advantage of using RedGage is the back links and traffic you can get to your principle website like Hubpages; you can even post some of your hubs.

Sharing is the key to success on RedGage and you are encouraged to follow other RedGage members by subscribing to their posts and getting new friends on the website. So using this site to drive traffic to your websites and making money at the same time can’t get any better.

Have you got a blog with nice content then they can import your blog content to their website, YouTube videos, upload you photographs and add likes to your social media. Every view from your links, videos, blog and photograph equates to money in the bank... sharing your RedGage links to other social bookmark websites helps you generate more traffic to you collection and invariably more money.

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Company overview

RedGage LLC is a social networking website that monetizes contributor’s content through page views and advertisement placement. The company was incorporated in 2007 in Hollywood California United states of America. And not much is known about the administrators of the website.

There address is 1926 Hollywood Boulevard, Suite 415 Hollywood, FL33020 United States.

How to earn passive income on RedGage

Earn passive income by taking part in the following activities on RedGage

1 Write blog content or import content from your other sites

2 Upload your favorite photographs

3 Add links to favorite sites

4 Add links to your YouTube videos

5 Get paid when your photographs or blog gets feature on the website

6 RSS feeds

Earn passive income

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What is RedGage?

RedGage is all about social activity and the website pays you for doing what you are already doing in websites like Facebook and Google+. They monetize your social activity through the content you submit to their website through page views. The more page views you get on the content you share like your videos, links, photograph and blog the more money you make.

Getting paid for your articles and documents is the easiest way of earning passive income online, there are also other activities that could boost your earnings like being featured on the website. When your photograph or blog gets featured on their website you stand to get between $3 to$5 dollars added to your income.

The unique aspect of sharing all your content on a single platform makes RedGage an interesting website to use and import content. Making money from content you already have without the tress of multiple platforms and excessive regulations.

Terms of use of use requires that you should be at lest 13 years or above to contribute of content and terms of service applies to all content including audio and video. They allow links from third party websites, the use plug in, software application and search engines.

They also use file sharing and instant messaging amongst other programs and users are solely responsible for activities in their account

RedGage earnings

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Screen shot of someones RedGage earnings | Source

Posting blogs on RedGage

RedGage has a blog section where you can post your content in a blog post, the blogs are relatively easy and the word count starts at 300. I have seen blog posts shorter than that so the word count should be reasonable and the content useful to viewer and the community.

Many blogs on RedGage are rather simple without images but they provide templates and that allow pictures or images. In my own blogs I add images because to me they are important in enhancing your work and adding value to the content.

You can limit your blog content to about 1100 words or less and blog post from your other blogs can be imported to RedGage through one of their features.

How to start on RedGage

RedGage is not open to everyone in the sense that you do not automatically sign up and start posting, you sign up and the administrators need to get back to you before you can become a contributor to the website. They are fair in their assessment and allow many people around the world to be part of their community.

I happen to join them this year and despite my very few photos, blogs and links I have already started to earn income which is rather surprising and fast. The potential to early make money is their depending on how much time and work you need to put into the website.

After an assessment period about a week they will send you an email confirmation welcoming you to RedGage with this you can start posting and earning.

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How to use RedGage

Adding photographs on RedGage

Do you have photographs seating idle on you computer or phone? Why not upload some that you don’t mind sharing and make some money. Any photograph that is legally yours like your pet dog, cat, flowers, holiday pictures, still life, objects, anything goes except sexual content, and Political Propaganda. The website is family oriented so anything contrary would attract a ban from the website.

Subscription and friends on RedGage

Since RedGage is also a social website subscribing to other users content and making friends would only help increases viewership of your content. Building up a friends list and adding valuable content while using other media to promote your content is all RedGage is about.

The website is easy to use and navigate and uploading takes only a few minutes.

How does RedGage generate income?

How does RedGage generate income to pay their users and content providers? They do this via non intrusive advertisements shown on their website by paying 50 cents per one thousand (1000) views. This equates to a 50% split between contributors and the websites administrators.

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RedGage Visa card
RedGage Visa card | Source

How to get paid

RedGage pays you for your content, featured content, daily contests, and also runs a points system and the website pays per view not pay per advertisement. RedGage has a payment threshold of $25 were you can request payment when threshold is reached, and they pay via Visa Debt card.

Through your contact information when threshold has been reach the website sends you a preloaded RedGage Visa Debt card. The card can be used in any automated machine worldwide or for online purchases. Subsequent payments will automatically be credited to your debit card when payment is requested.

RedGage deducts $5 when they issue the Visa card and a 5 percent processing fee when transferring money into your account. For an initial redraw on a $25 payout your balance received by you would be $18 after the card issuing fee and 5% processing fee is deducted.

The Visa card validity lasts only a year so you have to request for another one after expiration with all the attending fees. If you win a gift card they send it with your visa card but foreign countries might attract additional fees not exceeding 2%.

The payout increases with time on payment request but they charge a $5 fee for the Visa card. you can sign up to start on RedGage through this referral link


Looking to make additional income on content you have already created then RedGage is you best bet, like all online money making platforms it takes time. You can make passive income while monetizing your content, sending traffic to your key websites while socializing and making new friends.


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      Norma Lawrence 13 months ago from California

      Great article. I have never been able to get good at using Hub Pages of Redgage but think your article will help. Thanks


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