Sunday, 1 March 2015

Best Websites To Make Money Blogging

The first thing which most of the new writers consider challenging is to create their own blog or website.

Though that process is not at all difficult, but still many of them do not do it. No worries at all! You can still make a lot of money even after not having anything of your own.

There are plenty of awesome Revenue Sharing Websites for serious writers and bloggers. All you need to do it to create an account, follow the steps, read the rules, and get started.

Mentioned below are some of the most effective and best revenue sharing websites..

HubPages : HubPages is your online space to share your advice, reviews, useful tips, opinions and insights with hundreds of other authors. HubPages is completely free and you can write whatever you wish, be it reviews, advice, opinions, information, anything (but should be original). Members each have a sub-domain, where they can post content. Members are encouraged to enrich their text by embedding videos, external links, reader surveys, photos and maps, and providing a comments box for reader feedback. Members retain all intellectual property rights to their content and can delete them at any time. If members sign up for one of HubPages "affiliate and earnings programs", the members are eligible to earn funds from the ad revenue generated by their pages.

Squidoo : Squidoo, was acquired by HubPages on 15th August, 2014.

Yahoo Contributors Network : Yahoo Contributor networks shut down at the end of August 2014. : Odesk is a large freelance and outsourcing site. There is just about anything from freelance writing and translation jobs to web development, networking and marketing jobs. They offer two types of jobs; hourly and fixed price. With fixed price you have no guarantee of payment, whereas withal hourly rates you will get more priority and guaranteed payments for the hours are tracked by the Odesk team. There are no membership fees, only the site takes a 10% fee for what you're paid for. That is to say if you were paid $40, the site deductd $4 which is very reasonable in my opinion.

They are not a scam as they are among the largest marketplaces for freelancing online with a total value of $16 million in 2011; therefore you can be sure that they're an immense online business. However, beginners do get scammed for the most part because they're not aware how these sites work and they don’t have the knowledge on how to work with employers to assure getting paid in the end, and that is the reason why so many individuals brand the freelance site as scam. Personally, I feel Odesk is the most effective web site to start with for beginners.

Knoji Consumer Knowledge : Write for them and earn a percentage of revenues as your share. Knoji as a community-powered social shopping service. They provide the details behind thousands of shopping websites, including customer reviews, verified coupons on popular shopping sites - helping you find the right products and services to meet your needs.

CreateSpace : Great website for all those who write books. You can publish and sell your work here, plus you make money from Adsense. With CreateSpace you can easily access tools, quality printing, booksellers, eBook distribution, and marketing strategies so that you can generate more revenue.

Wikinut : Wikinut shares 50 percent of the revenue generated through every article. They will publish your work for free, and pay you lifetime royalties.

WonderHowTo : You can submit your articles here and take 100 percent of the revenue generated. WonderHowTo acts as both a directory and search engine for how-to videos on the web. The free-access website is privately owned and operated by Wonder How To, Inc.

Triond : You can submit any content you want to and take 50 percent of the revenue generated. Triond publishes user generated content on a network of websites, enabling users to reach a wider audience, gain more recognition and earn more revenue.

Helium : Another great platform to write and earn a percentage from the advertisement revenue generation. It was founded in 2006 as a Yahoo! Answers style website created from user generated content paid on a revenue sharing model. Over time the site evolved from short answers to stand-alone articles, and began to offer writers the opportunity to earn from selling articles as well as passive income. And with Helium Content Source, you can even get your content published in newsletters, print media, company blogs, print and web catalogs, etc.

HowToDoThings : How To Do Things pays you 50 percent of the revenue generated by your work.

FireHow : FireHow is a how-to article website where any eligible person can join and earn money writing online. It is a gateway for all writers, amateurs to experts, to share their own expertise with others.You make a fixed percentage from the total revenue generated from your content.

Infobarrel : InfoBarrel is a user generated content, revenue-sharing website. It was launched in July 2008 as a social platform for writers to publish content to the web and generate revenue from their content. It gives you 70 percent of the total revenue generated.

ArticleIncome : You can earn extra income with your original content from contextual advertising. In short, the more people see your articles and more you can earn. You make anything between 50 to 75 percent of the total revenue generated.

StoryMash : StoryMash is a creative writing community for authors, amateur writers, readers and anyone interested in collaborative fiction and collaborative creative writing. It rewards your creative writing talents by sharing at least 50 percent of the advertisement revenue generated.

Xomba : Shares 60 percent of the revenue.

Snipsly : Snipsly enables you to post nearly any kind of content you want. You get to create a Google AdSense Account and keep 80 percent of your article's advertising revenue.

: TipDrop is a place where people come to give and receive tips on just about anything. When you see a tip sheet you know something about, simply answer the question. They also give you the option of keeping 75 percent of all ad-revenues generated from the tip sheets you create.

RedGage : RedGage is a website that pays you for your content and monetizes your social activity. It's a centralized hub where you can earn money for all the things you're already doing online at places like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, and Blogger. Pays as per 1000 views on the article.

5050articles : A free article directory that allows you to submit quality articles. You also get to split the adsense revenue fifty-fifty. Your articles will not only receive exposure across their site but you also receive income from Adsense.

Journal Home : You can host your own blog for free here and you can make money with your own ads. Shares 100 percent of revenue.

Lulu : Lulu is a simple yet versatile print-on-demand service that lets you publish novels, comic books, photo books, calendars, e-books, CDs and more—all free. However, Lulu takes a 20 percent cut of the profits earned from your book.

Just a word of caution... Several "freelancing scammers" will ask for sample work and then publish it as their own work, leaving you with the impression that they're not interested in your work and therefore not giving you any remuneration. In addition to, be careful for receiving invitations to an interview for a task or project that’s not matching adequate to your skill sets and profile, most likely a phishing scam (as this is the case with most freelance job sites)

Hope you make money blogging

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