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Google Adsense Revenue Sharing Websites

Updated on February 20, 2011

Google Adsense is probably the best way for beginners to earn money online. I just want everyone to know that you are not limited to a few websites that you may use to raise your Google Adsense earnings. The following information below shows sites that allow you to earn revenue, thanks to Google Adsense. The payments vary with each website, but many of them require that you have your own Google Adsense account.

Sites that Earn Revenue With Adsense

Adsense is a worldwide affiliate program used by thousands of websites on the internet. If you want to focus solely on your Google Adsense earnings, then you are in the right place because the sites included here are all revenue sharing websites.

Xomba- Sort of like a social bookmarking website. You can earn money by posting comments, blurbs, and articles on this website. Its also an ideal place for advertising purposes. The Google Adsense payout rate for this site is 50/50. You earn 50% of all Adsense earnings this website generates and you must have your own Google Adsense account in order to participate in the money making program offered by Xomba.

Cybersist- Cybersist is a blogging community that places Google Adsense ads on your profile and blog directory areas so you may earn money through clicks. The ads are place in 7 different locations, raising the possibility of you earning money from clicks to your ads. Its much easier to earn here because of the number of ads displayed here, but the traffic is a problem. As of now, this website is not working due to unknown reasons, so the link here will not work for now.

Article Codex- Article Codex is a website that shows your adsense ads in your articles that you have written. Its a 50/50 situation. Your ads are shown 50 percent of the time, and Article Codex shows their ads 50 percent of the time. Article sites are good for earning click-through rates, and this site is no different. You need to be a good writer to draw in the clicks though.

Work From Home Forums- This special forum site is based on what it is named, work from home programs. This website allows users to place their adsense code into this website to earn money. Before you can earn money using Google Adsense on this site, you must have made at least 50 posts on this site. Once you have done this deed, 1 out of 3 page views will show you Google Adsense ads. That's a 33% chance of getting clicks, which is probably the lowest rate of any revenue sharing site, but it could result in huge earnings.

Kernal Trap- Dedicated to serving news about the latest developments in Kernal news. If you have Google Adsense, you may place your code into this website. Your Adsense ads will be displayed with your content and you earn 80% of all generated income from Adsense ads.

Simpy- This not so child friendly social bookmarking site earns you money, courtesy of Google Adsense. Users of this bookmarking site earn a 100 percentage of the earnings generated by your adsense code, as the code generally belongs to you, so why not get all the profit? Its also a good site to promote your other websites, as it is a social bookmarking site, which means that you are participating in link building.

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Digital Point Forums- Digital Point Forums is a website that is based for webmasters. This webmaster oriented website allows users to make money online using Google Adsense on this forum site. Affiliate marketing has never been so rewarding when you can get help for your webmastery and earn at the same time. Users don't have to use their own adsense code to earn.

IDN Forums- This is said to be the first english forum to be focused on multilingual domain names. Its the top source for domain sellers and buyers alike. Users earn money from this powerful forum site using their affiliate codes. After 30 posts, you may participate in their revenue sharing program. Users have a 50 percent chance of earning from their adsense ads.

Blogger Party- Blogger party lets users earn an income just by blogging. Guess its kind of ironic, seeing that the name of the website is called Blogger Party. Anyways, this sites displays your ads 50 percent of the time and the other 50 percent will belong to them. They do all the exposure and advertising. All you have to do is blog.

Nameslot- Nameslot is a domain forum that lets users discuss domain purchasing and selling. Other forms of conversation are basically about domain names as well. This site is kind of weird. Its broken down into three forms of sharing. 50% of the revenue goes to you, 25% of the revenue goes to the person who started the thread, and the last 25% goes to random people who made posts in this thread, which leaves you with a 50% chance of receiving the payments from the clicks.

Hot Web Tools- An article directory focusing on webmasters and topics related to it. With non rotation nonsense, your Google Adsense ads will earn you 100% of the earnings.

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Article Trader- Article Trader is an article submission directory online. They setup an adsense sharing account that allows you to earn money online from Google Adsense ads. You generate income from every article you submit into your directory. The adsense ads shown will give you 50% of all impressions generated.

Article Wise- Article Wise is yet another article directory that allows you to earn money online using the powerful money making potential of Google Adsense.. Your ads will appear next to every article you submit.

Dot Net Kicks- Dot Net Kicks is a community based news site. You earn money by using your Google Adsense code. You earn 50 percent of all page impressions and ad clicks generated.

Senserely- Senserely is actually an adsense based community. Every time you submit something to the website, you earn points per post. The more posts that you make, the more points that you earn and the more exposure that your adsense ads get.

TagTooga- Tagtooga is a free directory that is free to edit by anyone. You can create links to your site and you earn from Google Adsense. Adsense ads generate income and you get paid from it.

Info Barrel- This site was referred by singular investor, a fellow hubber. This site is sort of like Ehow, but you earn money using Google Adsense.


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      6 years ago

      Good news for recipe lovers,, will provide 100% revenue from our own recipe.

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      Movies Online Only 

      6 years ago

      It is the best script for adsense auto pilot earnings :)

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      Mrs L A Gibb 

      6 years ago

      So that I never lose this page ever, I have booked marked it and subscribed to Mr Williams RSS feeds. Very commendable, useful information I have ever read, for a beginner to earn money on line via Google Adsense

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      6 years ago

      Excellent information regarding further ARS.....thanks.

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      6 years ago from USA

      Very Inspiring. Thanks for the info. You have some sites Here I will definitely need to check out.

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      Milli Mill 

      6 years ago from Canada

      Thanks for all the information. Phew! Alot to take in.

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      500 facebook friends In 8 minutes trick.

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      7 years ago

      Thanks and bookmarked for future reference.

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      7 years ago

      Hello, You can Find Another Revenue Sharing Forum, where you can earn big.

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      7 years ago

      Great list but you missed a few sites out- and

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      7 years ago

      This is nice list, earnwrite is another one you may want to add to it.

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      7 years ago from South England

      Thank you for writting this. I just asked the question 'What other sites offer adsense?' and then found your hub, have voted up and useful :)

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      7 years ago

      I've started writing on . It's an article directory site which concentrates on how-to articles. Seems to offer a pretty good revenue share at 80%. You do need your own adsense account and have to write original articles though.

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      8 years ago

      good post. cheack this website to find more oppurtunities for earning online

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      8 years ago

      very nice efforts

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      8 years ago

      I sponsor want.

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      Khurram Sikandar 

      8 years ago from Pakistan

      I bookmarked this hub and must say thanks for sharing this.

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      8 years ago

      Thanks for the list. Adsense revenue sharing sites are good but you need to write high quality articles to earn from them and your earnings depends upon your luck because there is a certain probability of earnings. There are no confirmed earnings. But still they are a great source to earn money.

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      Pamela Lipscomb 

      8 years ago from Charlotte, North Carolina

      Very informative article! I am just learning to make money with adsense. I got my first EBT last month for $140. I was very excited. I will definitely check out the sitess in this article that I am not already using. My goal is to be making $1500 a month by the end of next year.

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      8 years ago

      thanks a lot for this valuable for free !. mostly i had seen in many websites that google adsense revenue sharing tricks book for downloaad at **$ etc and were really scams. this is really a valuable information for all. once again i'm thankful to you for publishing such a good information that i was searching for years !.

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      8 years ago

      thanks a lot for this valuable for free !. mostly i had seen in many websites that google adsense revenue sharing tricks book for downloaad at **$ etc and were really scams. this is really a valuable information for all. once again i'm thankful to you for publishing such a good information that i was searching for years !.

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      8 years ago

      now this is interesting Adsense Revenue Sharing ; and this is the first time that i heard this ; in 24 september 2009 i see that there are so many impression (actually it is over 5000)in my google adsense dashboard ; i am shocked ; that who show my google adsense code in their site ; but i have no google adsense running in my blog but where from this adsense impression is come ; i asked one of friend that how it is possible ; is it a supernatural thing that automate the adsense earnings ; my friend says that i make communities with your blog in some website and from that you make this impression and money ; now i am interested about this ; ok i will learn more about this ; ok thanks for this information ; i will see all of the website listed in this page and i think i will learn more ;...........

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      Adsense Revenue Sharing 

      8 years ago

      Thanks for the list. There are also a few other revenue sharing websites.

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      Adsense Revenue Sharing 

      8 years ago

      Thanks for the list. There are also a few other revenue sharing websites.

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      8 years ago from malang-indonesia

      nice information. but hubpages is still the best for me. And the other is great also.

    • prasannasutrave profile image


      9 years ago from mumbai( india )

      I have also a hub on same topic where another few sites are covered which are not included here.

      Thanks for the sites you shared with us.

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      9 years ago from Cleveland Ohio USA

      Great information; helpful!

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      Singular Investor 

      9 years ago from Oxford

      Excellent info - many thanks. You missed Infobarrel though.

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      9 years ago from Fort Myers, FL

      This is very interesting. I'm bookmarking this one to explore further. Thank You!

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      9 years ago from Hudson Valley, New York

      Thank you for writing this as I'm sure that many will find it very useful. I definitely want to learn more. There are so many choices...What would you recommend?


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