Which Communities Do You Write or Post In Besides MyLot?...

United States
July 7, 2008 4:01am CST
I write content in the HubPages Community and I am happy to say that it now generates me at least a couple hundred a month as a result of having my content posted there. I feature this community in my profile. Also I've recently started with Squidoo and we'll see what it do! How about you?
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• Singapore
12 Jul 08
I mostly write for Triond, although I would place all my rejected articles in Hubpages. Maybe I should write more in Hubpages to earn more. I'm quite split when choosing which websites to publish my articles. I have just started Squidoo too. I have created 2 lenses so far.
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@DreamOn01 (146)
• United States
9 Jul 08
I write for Associated Content (although I've never been terribly active there), and I've also written for Suite101. I don't make a lot from either, but I've been receiving performance payments from AC, even during months when I didn't submit any articles. I have looked into HubPages and Squidoo, but I haven't signed up for either (perhaps I have commitment issues). I'm also hearing good things about Demand Studios.
• United States
9 Jul 08
I've considered Associated Content but I think once you write something for them - they own your content and I don't particularly like that. Some are cool with it, but just not my preference. Demand Studios??...that's a new one for me must check it out!
• United States
9 Jul 08
With AC you have the option of selling them exclusive rights or nonexclusive rights. I always submit articles for nonexclusive rights so I am free to sell or post them elsewhere. Suite101, on the other hand, requires exclusive rights for the first year nonexclusive after that.
• United States
12 Jul 08
Oh Ok thanks for the info. Didn't know that.
@dana234 (2116)
• Spain
10 Jul 08
I would love to write for other communities than mylot, but every site I've found so far requires to be a US resident, like associated content for instance. The other problem is, that I don't have a website and English is not my native language. It would be great if there were some more communities in Europe to write for. There's Ciao where you can write consumer reviews, but payment consists of a few cents and only if your review receives good votes. Good that you're doing so well at HubPages.
• United States
10 Jul 08
Thanks you Dana. And if I'm correct you can be from anywhere and parcipate in HubPages. I've seen writes from all across the globe there.
@calajane (1005)
• Poland
8 Jul 08
aside from mylot, I write for ReviewStream and Helium. I keep looking for more sites that would work for me, so I can concentrate on two or three that really bring me income. So far I haven't got a payout from any of my sites But that's because I dont write that much. I want to change that soon :)
• United States
9 Jul 08
On the web content is KING!...so if you write more original niche content you can definitely increase your income:)
@vera5d (4006)
• United States
7 Jul 08
I write on Associated Content. I don't make a lot of money to say wow! it's really worth it! But I enjoy it and I do make some money, so don't complain. Actually I think if I wrote more often and wrote more carefully targeted pieces I might do pretty well there - my one article has had a few thousand page views already. I am still waiting to get paid from them, i need to figure out how that works! they paid me once a real low amount when i first started but now i have all these earnings in my account and no idea how to redeem them!
• United States
9 Jul 08
If I were you I'd contact support to get my money!-)