Which article writing website can you make money from writing, most easily?
December 23, 2009 5:50am CST
I have tried hubpages, and was not happy there. They put up relevant ads on your articles and you get paid with adsense. You can also be an Amizon affiliate, find relevant products and post ads for that on your articles. What i found was that nobody was clicking on my ads. It seemed to me (from reading their forum) that if you wanted to make money, you had to find out which are the popular topics that people read, do keyword research etc. I just wasn't in the mood to do all that work, just to start earning the nickles and dimes for people clicking on my ads. I am most comfortable writing what i like to write about- what i know about- not writing about what's popular-which would require research on my part, just to get pennies and nickles from ad clicks! I know of a site where you put up your article for sale. You must sell full rights and you can set whatever price you want. That doesn't sound bad, but i have checked and rechecked the website, and i see how long articles take to move. I see articles sitting there for weeks on end and nobody is buying them. Some of them DO move eventually, but it doesn't seem to be any extra income you can count on. Does anybody know a website where you can write article on any topic and have some decent chance of getting paid without having to research 'popular topics' or do keyword research?
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23 Dec 09
Try Bukisa.com. You earn every time somebody visit your articles. You can also earn a percentage if you refer people. Every time those people under you get views, you earn a commission from them. They are not very strict. You just make sure that your grammar and spelling is correct.
26 Jan 10
Furthermore, at Bukisa they pay you for the aggregate views you get for all your articles. So if you write 1000 articles, you only need 1 view per article to get the payment. Or if you write 100 articles, only 10 views per article to qualify. And so on. The bottom line is the more articles you write the more page views you get and therefore the more you earn. And best of all you can write just about anything you like.
23 Dec 09
I heard of Constant Content and sometimes i think maybe i should try it. But like you say, they are very strict. And also you have to wait until someone comes along and buys the article. That's not necessarily bad, but like i said, i know of a website where you can sell articles. That website is not strict at all- you can write whatever and however you want. The only rule their is you have to sell all rights. I dont mind that, as long as i get the price i want. But the articles are sometimes slow to sell there. I dont know how fast my articles would sell on CC either. Seems there's a lot of competition there.