Where can I sell my articles for the most money?

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Hey everyone, I write about 5 articles/day and each are unique, original and will pass copyscape as well. I'm wondering where is the best place to sell these articles.

I heard about doing this here and packaging articles as a wso and selling them that way. However I want to get some other peoples input here and see what other ideas people have.

Thanks in advance
#internet marketing #articles #money #sell

  • Profile picture of the author cpasalejerry
    You should look at this website: associatedcontent.com, It pay 3-5 bucks for a original article
  • Profile picture of the author cweber
    Thank you. I've tried there and submitted 5 articles and none of them were accepted for some reason. Also, for the amount that they pay for an article it's not really worth it for $3-$5.
  • Profile picture of the author jacktackett
    Don't just think 'online' - think offline too. Many publications need content. From newsletters to articles in neighborhood newspapers and magazines. Depending on your content/niche there are bound to be offline avenues. If you're in the US stop by you're local library and check out an issue of Writer's Digest or their Writer's market. It should give you some ideas.
    good luck,
    --Jack
  • Profile picture of the author cweber
    oh wow...I love it that is an awesome idea. Thank you jacktackett I am going to look into it more
  • Profile picture of the author Raja Kamil
    write hundreds of them in hot niche (search here what is hot niche now).
    Bundle and package it here, and sell in WSO here.
  • Profile picture of the author Tina Golden
    Online, another option is Constant-Content.com because you can set the price. They take a percentage so set your price accordingly but I know people who consistently get from $75-150 per articles there.

    Tina
  • Profile picture of the author Sheryl Polomka
    AssociatedContent are very strict with their approval process. I would suggest firstly setting up your own website where you can sell them direct and then bundle them up and sell as a WSO. Remember that WSO is to be a better price than what customers can buy them anywhere else so it is best to offer some sort of deal in your WSO that customers going direct to your website don't get.

    If you have your own website, then you can start building a list and this is your customer base that you can sell more articles to later on.

    If you can afford it I recommend getting a copy of Tiffany Dow's PLR ATM, it will tell you everything you need to know about setting up a PLR business.
  • Profile picture of the author discrat
    Package them up and sell them as PLR !
  • Profile picture of the author revenue27
    Well the easiest route you can do with your own articles is, bundle them all base on niche category. i.e Internet Marketing articles, health artciles, hosting articles etc. If you don't have website you can use e-junke to deliver your articles.

    Then open WSO here and start selling your articles, you can sell it as PLR articles like most do it here. Hope that can give you some ideas and good luck to you.
  • Profile picture of the author tess47
    Constant Content pays much better than any other site I have submitted articles to. In fact, a few weeks ago someone purchased an article I had written for $65 with full rights! Of course, packaging them up as PLR is a great idea, too.

    On Constant Content, you can sell articles that are distributed elsewhere on the web as long as you only list them for "usage" and not full or licensed rights.

    Good luck!
  • Profile picture of the author ccd
    Constant Content also allows content buyers to post requested topics. You can use that to help you choose topics for your articles that will make them more marketable.

    Be aware, though, that CC takes a sizeable cut of your earnings – 35%.
  • Profile picture of the author BlondieWrites
    You could have a PLR site and package them to sell as PLR, making sales over and over for the same content. You could have a content site and sell them as unique articles, setting a much higher price for a one time sale per article. If you had a content site and sold each article just once, priced for being unique content, you could do well... or you could do some of both.

    Cindy
  • Profile picture of the author blackhawkpartners
    There are more article submission sites where you can sell your articles and note that your article should be Very good rich content so that only that particular site will publish your article and after publishing based on your visitors views and replies you can sell your articles.
  • Profile picture of the author ListBuildingForNewbies
    This is an important thread you started. Some of the replies here contain valuable information for all freelance writers. As a writer you have the option to sell the full rights to your article for a fair sum. Or you can keep the rights for yourself and publish your works in an ebook and get ongoing revenue for your each copy you sell.
  • Profile picture of the author deannatroupe
    I was wondering how reliable constant content would be as a source of income. I've signed up there. This thread gives me the confidence to try them out and see what happens.
  • Profile picture of the author paulie888
    If you're ultimately trying to maximize what you get per article, then you should seriously look into selling them as non-unique PLR article packs, because even if you could average $25 per article sold (which is VERY unlikely if you try to utilize the usual suspects), you should be able to easily sell 25 packs of your PLR articles when priced at $1 per article.
  • Profile picture of the author deannatroupe
    You could also post them in the Classified section instead of doing a WSO. That way you could charge whatever your regular price is instead of having to offer a deep discount.
  • Profile picture of the author DomenicoGrecojr
    Try selling quality 10 * 500 word articles for $17, limited to 20 people.
    That would be $340...which is $34 per article. This would take you 2 days.

    Build your reputation on the Warrior Forum. Sell these batch of 20 articles every 3 days and you should profit around $3,400 per month.

    If you find that the demand is strong...raise your prices.
  • Profile picture of the author cweber
    Thank you everyone!!!!. There are a lot of good ideas here. I am going to package them as packs and launch a wso. Thanks and keep it coming, I really appreciate it.
  • Profile picture of the author BlondieWrites
    I think that selling as PLR would overall make you the most money. If you have packs that could be combined into an ebook or report, throw some graphics in and set the price a wee bit more to include the graphics.. maybe throw in a keyword list.

    Cindy

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