Best Paid to Write Sites--Which work for you?

United States
January 5, 2010 2:44pm CST
So I've really been getting into the paid to write sites lately: eHow, Associated Content, Bukisa, myLot, etc... but I was wondering what sites you find to have the most success? For the most part I have been focusing all of my attention on eHow. I otherwise have a couple articles or pages on Bukisa, AC, Xomba, Helium, and Hubpages. I also have joined Squidoo. I was wondering if anyone can offer advice on what they have found to be the most successful & where I should spend my time. Rather than spreading myself thin across the various sites and having no success, I'd rather focus on 2-3 strong sites and do all of my writing there. So if I am looking to create a strong passive income stream which sites do you think I should focus on? Thanks!
3 responses
@biman_s (1064)
• India
6 Jan 10
Mylot has truly been a golden charm for me as this was the first site that paid me and I am very thankful to it till this day. I have also been working on a new website by voting and writing reviews and I have made about $53.38 last month. They have paid me and I am very happy with them as well. If you want to know more than visit my profile page. The link is in the top right hand corner.
• United States
8 Jan 10
I'm surprised you've earned so much from myLot. From what I've heard most people can only earn 10-15 cents per day which only works out to 3-4.50 a month. I make about $1 each day on eHow and that's with very little work and I will continue to earn that much even if I didn't write anymore, whereas with myLot you have to keep writing and making comments everyday.
• Philippines
8 Jan 10
That's a lot of earnings. You must have lots of referrals under you. I am only earning a couple of cents each day but I am just starting, I hope I'll get that much in the future.
@Allie_xoxo (1064)
• Canada
6 Jan 10
If you want to bee on a strong site that you know will pay, one of your picks has to be right here at Mylot. Yeah it takes hard work to reach payout, but payout is only one of more benefits than you or I could begin to imagine.
@lekshmic (11)
• United States
5 Jan 10
If i coud add anything to this discussion, then I should try these sites. Let me try PS first. If it could add me soe income, I would be delightful :)