Popular Revenue Sharing Sites For Beginners
Anyone looking for writing work online will probably have discovered the many pay per view sites/revenue sites out there. These might not look worthwhile on the face of it, as it takes a long time and an awful lot of articles before a writer can start to earn a meaningful passive income from their work. However, if you are in it for the long haul, and accept that you won’t make your fortune overnight, then revenue sharing sites could be for you.
This is perhaps one of the best known revenue sharing sites and it has millions of visitors every week. Writers earn through creating lenses; the lenses can be on any subject such as baking, hobbies, reviews, holidays, how to.. etc.
There are a number of options for earning through Squidoo. The first way of earning is through page views. Contributors can also earn through affiliate sales from Cafepress, Amazon, eBay, Allposters etc., and this is where many of the contributors earn their money.
Writers can choose their payment level, which starts from $1.00, and is payable via PayPal. Regular ontributors recommend that new writers concentrate on creating quality lenses to begin with, rather than concerning themselves with earnings.
Helium.com has been around for some time now, and if you are new to online writing, this site is a good one to start with as the channel managers will give you valuable feedback on your work if you ask for it, and this will help your earnings grow.
As with most sites, you’ll get out what you put in with Helium.com. I have earned over $130 from the 20 plus articles I have on there, but there are many writers who use Helium as a full time income.
As well as contributing articles, writers can earn from competitions, writing news stories, and taking assignments, which is the best way of maximizing your income.
-Payments are made once you’ve reached $25.00 and are made via PayPal.
Hubpages is similar in many ways to Squidoo. Writers can earn through “hubs” and will earn money from commissions earned from affiliate sales and from page views. Members of the site have to have an AdSense account in order to earn from ad revenues, however, if you don’t have an account, and aren’t able to get one, then you can earn from Amazon affiliate sales.
-Hubpages pays once you have reached $50.00 in your account.
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jane277 is a freelance writer that has authored pages for squidoo, helium, and hubpages and offers her writing services through Fiverr.com jane277