sites that pays for article ???

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are there any sites which pays for article submitting or article writing for them ?
i want to earn some money through article writing !!!
help making me money plz !!!
#article #pays #sites
  • Profile picture of the author Barry Unruh
    Before I will refer you to any sites, you will need to prove to me you can write at a higher quality than your post shows.
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    • Profile picture of the author cnrimgr1
      While I would agree that it wasn't the best written post, most article directories do their own quality control so we don't have to worry about quality of a post. Any articles not up to standard will be rejected anyway. Also, this forum has thousands of members, those of us that visit the forums everyday. A thread may be started by one person, but will be viewed by tons of other people.

      Here is a list but there might be more.

      Associated Content- pays $2.50-$5.00 per article I believe.
      Squidoo- Revenue sharing based on their inner lensrank system plus you can add Amazon, Ebay, or other store affiliate programs
      Hubpages- Same as above revenue sharing (also do-follow links when you hit 75 score I believe)
      Info Barrel- 75% of Adsense revenue sharing with the ability to increase to 90%- 100% of Amazon- 100% of Chitika
      Busika- You get paid a rate per 1000 views. Average is $3.50 per 1000 views- depends on the Busika index for that month
      Xomba- 50% of Adsense revenue
      Triond- 50% of ads - no affiliate links
      Red Gage- Pay per views + daily contests - When you reach $25 they send you a prepaid credit card with your money on it.
      You Say Too- Add your blog or start a blog on their network and make money off Adsense and/ or Amazon
      EHow- You have to sign up through demand studios
      Wikinut- 50% of revenue - no affiliate links
      Shvoong- 10% of revenue - also I believe it is short summaries on reviews of movies, books, etc and they want in different languages I think.

      You can also sell your articles at Constant Constant and Helium as well as list them.

      The way I look at it is if you are going to do article marketing then you might as well use some websites and make a little money. I personally hate spinners I would rather rewrite because it doesn't take that long. You could always spin articles with a good spinner or rewrite and give unique copies to all the sites and bank off of writing one article (well compared to a non paid article).

      I also found this link and thought it would be helpful - it has a ton more places that pay.
      http://www.articlerewritersoftwares....sharing-sites/
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      • Profile picture of the author VanessaB
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        You can also search Craigslist and Backpage for writing jobs. U.S. Free ads might have writing jobs too.
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      • Profile picture of the author Barry Unruh
        Originally Posted by cnrimgr1 View Post

        While I would agree that it wasn't the best written post, most article directories do their own quality control so we don't have to worry about quality of a post. Any articles not up to standard will be rejected anyway. Also, this forum has thousands of members, those of us that visit the forums everyday. A thread may be started by one person, but will be viewed by tons of other people.
        I would not argue your point of many people reading the thread, but my point is still valid.

        There is also a magical thing on this forum called SEARCH. With search you could in moments discover threads like this: http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...y-writing.html

        This thread covers a wide variety of sites which pay for articles, and there is some good discussion of the pro's and con's of each one.

        As far as "quality control", why should it not start before the referral, instead of inundating quality sites with clutter?

        Your list is a good reference for anyone who has good writing skills. Thank you for sharing it.
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      • Profile picture of the author pheonixrises
        Originally Posted by cnrimgr1 View Post

        The way I look at it is if you are going to do article marketing then you might as well use some websites and make a little money. I personally hate spinners I would rather rewrite because it doesn't take that long. You could always spin articles with a good spinner or rewrite and give unique copies to all the sites and bank off of writing one article (well compared to a non paid article).
        I've wondered about doing this since I still write much of my own content obviously would like to get as much out of it as possible, but I wasn't sure about submitting rewritten articles to websites that would pay for them. I suppose your post answers my question, so thanks for both the list of resources and the answer to the question I never asked!
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        • Profile picture of the author cnrimgr1
          Originally Posted by pheonixrises View Post

          I've wondered about doing this since I still write much of my own content obviously would like to get as much out of it as possible, but I wasn't sure about submitting rewritten articles to websites that would pay for them. I suppose your post answers my question, so thanks for both the list of resources and the answer to the question I never asked!
          You are completely welcome!
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      • Profile picture of the author x3xsolxdierx3x
        Good list.

        I would advise staying away from sites that aren't transparent with regards to how they handle your content, and, especially, how their payment arrangement works.

        Originally Posted by cnrimgr1 View Post

        While I would agree that it wasn't the best written post, most article directories do their own quality control so we don't have to worry about quality of a post. Any articles not up to standard will be rejected anyway. Also, this forum has thousands of members, those of us that visit the forums everyday. A thread may be started by one person, but will be viewed by tons of other people.

        Here is a list but there might be more.

        Associated Content- pays $2.50-$5.00 per article I believe.
        Squidoo- Revenue sharing based on their inner lensrank system plus you can add Amazon, Ebay, or other store affiliate programs
        Hubpages- Same as above revenue sharing (also do-follow links when you hit 75 score I believe)
        Info Barrel- 75% of Adsense revenue sharing with the ability to increase to 90%- 100% of Amazon- 100% of Chitika
        Busika- You get paid a rate per 1000 views. Average is $3.50 per 1000 views- depends on the Busika index for that month
        Xomba- 50% of Adsense revenue
        Triond- 50% of ads - no affiliate links
        Red Gage- Pay per views + daily contests - When you reach $25 they send you a prepaid credit card with your money on it.
        You Say Too- Add your blog or start a blog on their network and make money off Adsense and/ or Amazon
        EHow- You have to sign up through demand studios
        Wikinut- 50% of revenue - no affiliate links
        Shvoong- 10% of revenue - also I believe it is short summaries on reviews of movies, books, etc and they want in different languages I think.

        You can also sell your articles at Constant Constant and Helium as well as list them.

        The way I look at it is if you are going to do article marketing then you might as well use some websites and make a little money. I personally hate spinners I would rather rewrite because it doesn't take that long. You could always spin articles with a good spinner or rewrite and give unique copies to all the sites and bank off of writing one article (well compared to a non paid article).

        I also found this link and thought it would be helpful - it has a ton more places that pay.
        List of Adsense Sharing Sites | Article Rewriter Softwares
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        • Profile picture of the author spoiledkid01
          any one know about the 2$ thing ???
          i really want to know plz help .
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  • Profile picture of the author rain21
    yes, there are. if you can write good article, you can earn money from hubpages..
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  • Profile picture of the author Jkhurramov
    You can check one of the freelance sites..
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  • Profile picture of the author marketing123
    Go to odesk or any other online job sites that offers article writing. There are many sites actually and article writers are really in need now.
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  • Profile picture of the author Hexor
    Try searching odesk. oDesk is a company with a global job marketplace and a series of tools targeted at businesses that intend to hire and manage remote workers.There are many buyers of article there and they surely pay. Have a fun writing!
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  • Profile picture of the author sheep
    I'll second the odesk recommendations. I've hired several writers on there.
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  • Profile picture of the author spoiledkid01
    thank you for your response . . . !!!
    but the thing i heard is , there is a site which pays 2$ for an article , that is why i started this thread . i am not that good in english cause it is not my native language , but i know some people who actually are good writers . my cousin has done bs hons in linguistics , he has good command over language speaking as well as writing . i actually was asking for him . he also has worked in a SEO firm as a article writer and he writes 5 articles a day and they pay him less than 100 $ for a month . that is the main reason i asked it here .
    and the 2$ thing is it correct or not ? if so which site pays that much .
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  • Profile picture of the author sarahberra
    I do like the sound of that. However, the only site I know of is hubpages. You can make ad revenue on your articles. I've heard this, but I have yet to try it.
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    • Profile picture of the author Devid Farah
      One thing you can look into is signing up for a freelance website. The beautiful thing about freelance websites is that they attract a lot of people looking to outsource work such as article writing. You can make a profile and build up your reputation which will allow you to win more projects and maybe charge a premium price for articles.

      One of the best freelance sites around today is Elance.com. Elance has been featured on CNN and other trusted news sources as the voice of the freelance community. It is free to open an account with Elance. With the basic account you will be able to bid on 10 projects (the minimum you can charge for a project is $50) every month. The only thing Elance asks for in return is about 4 percent of your profits.

      If you are a really good article writer, then I would advise you to go over to Elance and begin your freelance writing career.


      Good luck!
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