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Make money with Xomba.

Updated on August 31, 2012

Xomba Content Submission


Xomba is a content submission website that shares revenue from advertising fifty-fifty.

When writing for the purpose of generating income on Xomba, you are either going to write Xomblurbs or Xombytes.

Xomblurbs are utilized for bookmarking social subject matter such as coupons or celebrity information. On the other hand, Xombytes are what articles are called on Xomba.

There are many benefits for writing on Xomba.com. One benefit is that the community of writers on Xomba is quite welcoming and publishing is a breeze.

The sharing of revenue is straightforward and you can make a considerable stream of income this way through Xomba.

The steady traffic and the passive income generated by AdSense are continuous whether or not you keep writing Xombytes.

Articles you write on Xomba need to be at least one hundred and fifty words in length with absolutely no plagiarized content, affiliate linking or advertising.

Those who prefer not to write full articles can bookmark a link with a mere fifty words of content.

Those who would like to increase their monthly income stream can do this through AdSense and Xomba.

For example, if you generate one dollar per AdSense click through both bookmarks and articles, you can create a few bookmarks and some articles and see what works for you.

Also known as Google AdSense, AdSense is a Google Inc program that lets Google Network publishers of content feature automatic video, image and texts targeted to specific audiences.

These can be maintained, sorted and administered by Google and can create revenue on a per impression or a per click basis.

In the first quarter of the year two thousand eleven Google earned two point forty-three billion US Dollars or twenty-eight per cent of the revenue total through AdSense.

This is how Xomba enables freelancers to earn. Freelancers are people who are no committed to any long term employer and rather, are self-employed.Usually, an agency or company represents a freelancer.

On the other hand, others are known as independent contractors, or just 'independents.'

Freelancing can include independently earning income through indexing; copy editing, event planning, fragrances, filmmaking, screen writing, journalism or publishing.

Xomba is one website in which freelancers can generate additional income streams through submitting content they have worked on featuring AdSense ads.

Generally, Xomba rules are quite liberal and both the moderator and the administrator are quite accessible and can answer any queries you may have.

Xomba gives the impression of being a true community where you can receive feedback and actually interact with other writers.

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      fire 

      5 years ago

      I get the odd adsense click from my Xomba bookmarks every few days. Unlike others, Google seems to be indexing and crawling my bookmarks and I do get a traffic boost to articles that I bookmark on Xomba. I would not totally dismiss it.

      Admittedly, the site seems quite dead these days. The staff have not updated their blog since December 2011. As I write this comment it is December 2012. A year without any update...I suppose the owners of the site have moved on to better projects, but Xomba must still be somewhat profitable for them or else they would have taken the site down by now.

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      elle64 

      6 years ago from Scandinavia

      Thanks for the comment,no I am actually not.

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      Barbara Badder 

      6 years ago from USA

      I was making $100 a month at Xomba. It has gone down to nothing. Google seems to be ignoring them. The work I put on there was wasted. I'm so disappointed. Are you still earning money there?

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      Philip Cooper 

      6 years ago from Olney

      I'll take a look at Xomba...maybe I can bookmark my hubs there.

    • Les Trois Chenes profile image

      Les Trois Chenes 

      6 years ago from Videix, Limousin, South West France

      I couldn't get on with Xomba when they changed the rules about bookmarking. After a nasty e-mail or two I decided it wasn't worth the trouble when there are nice, friendly and helpful sites like HubPages and Squidoo.

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