Assosiated Content

Canada
January 28, 2007 11:41am CST
Is anyone else a member here? I just signed up, and I'm wondering if you get paid for every article you write, or if there is special criteria. Thanks for any information that you can provide.
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@SageMother (2277)
• United States
28 Jan 07
The nice thing about ACis your are paid between $3.00 and $10.00 per article and the payment isplaced in yourpaypal right away. You don't have to reach a minnimum amount. Its a great way to build a portfolio and its not too difficualt to get your things published. It is a good place to start!
• Canada
28 Jan 07
Just a quick follow up question. Do you have to mark your article as exclusive to AC to get paid for it. How long does it take for them to review it and credit you with payment. Are most articles which you have submitted been accepted, or do they have a high denial rate? Thanks alot SM!
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@pr4pyaar (308)
• India
28 Jan 07
Well you seem to making a slow progress just as me, or actually i should say better than me... But all i ve learnt is that your posts should be long enough to hold some content, and worth a + rating... i surely believe that the more your rating increases, the more you will be get to earn at a later stage... Quality always pays out... adn till then, Just rock the show... Enjoy...
@pr4pyaar (308)
• India
28 Jan 07
oops i m sorry, i think i ve misunderstood... sorry i ve not tried out Associated ccontent... really really sorry...
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• Canada
28 Jan 07
no worries dude its all cool.
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@brislor (55)
• India
14 Feb 10
Associated Content also offers performance payment in addition to the upfront payment— payments based on how many people have viewed the article. The performance payment is not updated daily or hourly so it will take a bit of time to see how much you have earned this way. In my limited experience, my Associated Content articles generate fewer views, and less money.To make the most of your Associated Content articles, you would do well to promote them on sites such as digg and StumbleUpon. The more views you generate, the more you earn, so this is worth a bit of your time.
• India
21 Dec 08
Whatever that chick said was total rubbish. Its just that you are not eligible for upfront payments in case you are not a resident of US, but you can still apply for performance payments, I'll explain. Upfront payments are those that are made in advance to quality writes which range anywhere between 1-20 bucks, while performance payments are those that are generated when people see your page and rate.raview/comment it or other things. SO MIND YOU AGAIN, IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE US, you can only be paid for performance payments and not upfront payments. regards.