HP, expertscolumn and wikinut. HP is the best because you see the money coming in everyday while the rest will be a couple of cents per day.
So far I think HP is the best I've seen but helium has its merits. You have to pick from titles rather than write about whatever you want but you can suggest titles.
The issue I have is you don't start collecting until you get a rating over 75/100. But it works out in the end because creative writing doesn't effect this score but you earn money on it just the same. So few good articles and a couple dozen haikus lol.
Another great thing is you can enter writing contests that come out weekly, with first place prizes usually $20, second getting $15, and third getting $10. Long term (2 week contest) pay $5 less for 1st, 2nd and 3rd. Right now you could make a quick $80 if you managed to sweep the contest, that's not including the high number of views you'd get for being on top. People will read the leading article for the best info or to try to get a competative edge.
So far I've only managed to win 1 contest, but writing a couple articles in an hour is an easy 20 bucks.
I'll take this in a different direction. While sites like HubPages, Squidoo, and Yahoo! Contributor Network are all "trusted" money making sites, they're not necessarily the best. They all offer you a chance to earn money, and surely you can earn a decent amount at any of them if you work hard.
However, a better thing to think about is the underlying program that is monetizing what you're writing. For example, HubPages is mostly monetized by CPM ads (although you can include Amazon modules as well). Squidoo, on the other hand, is mostly monetized by affiliate links to things like Amazon and eBay.
Google AdSense is a great and trusted program. If you drive enough traffic to a site to generate clicks, you'll earn money, and you can rest assured you'll get paid. However, some niches are "worth" more because advertisers are more willing to pay for those clicks. So this works much better for commercial niches where people are advertising products.
Amazon Associates is another very trusted and profitable program. If you are writing about something that can drive people to Amazon, you can make a very hefty sum of money.
Finally, there are "affiliate networks" that open up many other advertisers to you. Commission Junction and Google Affiliate Network are two big, reputable names. These often involve driving traffic to an advertiser, and you're paid when people sign up for a service or order a product. It requires more targeted traffic, but it can be far more profitable than AdSense or other ads if it's done right.
I have a method which is working for me currently.
I have a facebook page having 200k fans on it related to wwe.
What i do is i write an article about wwe and Submit it to largearticle.com
Then i drive traffic through fanpage to my article link.i share article link only 3-4 time to my fanpage in 8-10 hours.
Currently i am averaging 4$ a day by doing this.But its very scalable if you have big fanpages.
It very scalable if you have a big fanpages.
Steps to do
1. Write unique article
2. Submit it to largearticle.com
3. Get it approved.wait for 2 days to get approved.
Then drive traffic to it.
In this method there is no need of purchasing domain and hosting.
I have found More details on there website
http://largearticle.com/make-money-by-s … -articles/
Hope it is useful.
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