The first is revenue-sharing, where the website pays you a certain amount for every view or ad click from your post. These sites are often more reputable and established in their niches, and pay you a fixed fee per article instead of the pennies that roll in from rev-share sites. This site is simple to use: The only drawbacks is you need to apply for your own Google AdSense account, which can be hard to get approved.
You can share not only articles but also videos , audio clips and photos. You can also add affiliate links to your Tecks to boost your earnings. Bubblews is a mix between a revenue-sharing site and a social network. However some people have been paid by Bubblews.
Writing is my passion, so for now I'll stick to blogging and if I land more writing gigs in the future I will definitely take them. You need to update this site. Ehow no longer lets people write for them and they don't pay for your old articles either. The info given above is really helpful for the home based writers and thanks a ton satrap for posting this!
I've been writing online content for a while, but I only for a few content mills. I really haven't been serious until lately. Thank you so much for this article. I also appreciate the commenters insights as well. I was glad to share your article with others on my site. This is a great way to start making money online. It's a great starter since you only need to know how to compose a text. While doing so, you can have time and money to develop further and explore other possibilities. Yeah, its a really good way for beginners to get started in making money online while learning and developing their skills.
And of course it also is great for people who are already making money since it allows them to make more money, establish themselves as an expert and also build backlinks to their sites in some cases.
Thanks for commenting Ana. Glad you liked it. Thanks for your comment. I agree to some extend. I mean, even top quality sites, have lope holes and sometimes low quality content get through editors and are published. But, at the end of the day, I think About. Thanks for taking time to comment Dave. Its a great list. I have created account on 2 of the sites mentioned above but I have never written any articles. I am thinking to write the article and try to find out how much I could get paid.
Thanks for commenting Pritam. Yeah, you should definitely give them a try. Not only you can make some extra cash, you can also get a few good backlinks built for your site. Factoidz is another great article writing site.
I think that Bukisa should not be in the list , in place of that , i would recommend you to add Factoidz! I didn't know about Factoidz Priyangshu. Thanks for mentioning it. I wonder, why do you think Bukisa shouldn't be included in this list? Thanks for taking time to comment. I think these are great sites and one of the quickest way to start making money online.
Thanks for sharing this great list Satrap! You are very welcome. Yes, writing articles is a good choice specially for newbie online money makers to start earning money online. It's a great list that you provided to the writers out there to earn some money there. Thanks for the comment. Not only that, you could also get a few quality backlinks as well.
Ming Jong Tey says: Hey Satrap, I personally think freelancing is the quickest and easiest way to make quick cash as you trade your time for money. I've seen lots of people asking for the best way to generate quick cash as they lot their job, etc The fact is affiliate marketing, blogging, dropshipping, etc They are definitely for long term business perspective but if you need cash in these few days, you might want to stick to provide service you are good at or at least have the ability to do: Freelancing indeed is a quicker way to make money and the best part is that you can start right away without spending any money.
Thanks for sharing your thoughts. A couple of weeks ago I got a job with About. It was pretty difficult, if I do say so myself and I was surprised just to get accepted into training. I was accepted into their editorial evaluation period in mid-July and had to do a lot of free work for them. I found out I got the job at the end of August. My editor was great, very supportive and we had excellent communication. We are now going through another evolution which can be seen by newer publications that will publish, what you would deem to be, deplorable example of English writing.
English is now about writing how you would speak, if you would pause in the middle of a sentence, add a comma. I do not necessarily agree with the new method, but I do however understand where they are coming from in wanting to add more personality to writing as voice to voice contact is less and less.
I do implore you to do some research about what is happening in the field you both have so much passion for and not sling insults at people as all that does is belittle your words as hateful and mean instead of being beautiful and powerful. You need not respond to this, which is only meant to be helpful. I would guess that you already know what I just remarked upon. The problem, as I see it, is that so few people nowadays proofread their own words.
Although I despair when I read spelling, grammar, or punctuation errors, I console myself with the mantra that the writers will never be published in The New Yorker! Also, this sentence…English is now about writing how you would speak, if you would pause in the middle of a sentence, add a comma…should read…English is now about writing how you would speak.
If you would pause in the middle of a sentence, add a period. I totally agree with Tami. A language serves its best as long as the listener or the reader understands what is conversed or is thought to be conversed. Totally agree, this is great!!!!! Take one big ole massive breath and just type that ONE sentence you call a paragraph. She is experienced Martha , and is only trying to give you sound advise to which you take offense to?
You need to dig deep and find out why your default response is in that manner. If you plan to school someone else on writing, try to avoid the most common error in written English. It sounds like Martha is trying to drum up some business for a writing product or course. She might have gone about it in a more attractive way.
She had to know everyone reading her comment would be examining her writing very closely, hoping for an error, and looks BobbyO has found one.
Who honestly gives a shit about one or two errors, especially when grammar and punctuation had nothing to do with the original question. I guess we at least know who is who. Martha, I agree with error-free writing and the prevalence of too many errors in writing today. Both of them are being childish in their response to one another. I belief every good writer has to be able to accept an give constructive criticism, therefore we keep learning. Except, I feel your response was a little harsh.
I obviously did not give proper attention. I have a proposal if I may. Please write an informational article and share some of your skills as you feel you are superior in writing and I am sure all of us can benefit from that knowledge.
A good secretary can take care of grammar and punctuation errors, but it is much more difficult to create good writing. The mechanics and the art of writing are two very different things. I read through most of this conversation, and I absolutely have to agree with you, Shery. The best writers in history, as most of you must know, constantly broke the norms of writing- not in the manner that they created their own rules, but use artistic license to stylize existing ideas in an attempt to convey and express new meaning.
I used to worry so much about making sure everything was perfect in my writing before moving on- but why? Have someone correct your writing that knows your writing style. Many of the times I had my writing proofread, they ended up changing the initial meanings and expression I intended to convey, again, taking away the creative elements, making it something more generic, which of course nobody likes to read.
For the grammar and spelling quislings, you should know that nothing will throw me out of a story or interrupt the flow of a person attempting to make a point on any subject than improper spelling and grammar. There are innumerable books from which you can learn to do better. But a professional works very hard to minimize those, especially in a forum like this that has an automatic spell check program included right in the forum.
Susan, Do not let anyone or anything dissuade you from going after your dream. Write from your heart fueled by your passion and the rest will follow. Just as an after thought. When a writer receives a new job, it is very important to understand what is required and execute accordingly. When you get distracted, that means you are missing the point of the article. How can you do a proper job if you are missing the crux of the matter.
That is what I believe happened with my question and your answer, though I will take it as constructive criticism. I would think that not having the correct grammar and punctuation could keep you from getting published as a writer. Come on people do yourself a service and proof read before sending in your article. It then might get published faster. She might not correct it properly. Then where would you be.
Out of luck, right? U mus b fun at partyz. As many have already said, great ideas and good writing are two different topics. Matha had no business putting someone down the way she did. Perhaps she will have a better understanding of what being picked on feels like. You should show some desency and apologize Matha. Hence, logging off and getting on with writing.
You finally figured out the way to promote proper grammar and writing within the US education system! Troll the webs for erroneous comment mistakes and verbally stake your victims to the ground with your superior use of the English language! You are really making a difference in this world. My children call me a grammar Nazi, and any misused word jerks me right out of that willing suspension of disbelief.
That might be what happened. BTW, youse guys—usage ought to be correct in narrative, but the dialogue absolutely cannot be perfect. They sound AS IF manufactured twits.
And try not to be so hard on each other. And even ignorance is forgivable. I look forward to hearing from you. Writing is hard work. As writers we must remember this and command top dollar for the time and effort put into the art of creation on any level, whether it be essay, short story, or novella.
Everyone is so triggered. Just smile and wave. She holds no significance in your life. As a proofreader I can agree with the sentiment, but you have to get it right yourself. And the high-handed tone is, yes, too much.
Think before you judge. It was a comment for goodness sake. Face it, auto correct.. Please fell free to point out my mistakes it is makes you happy. I was about to have a stroke before I read your reply. Although I do not agree with your views, I could not very well disagree with them either. My point…There is a correct manner in which to speak to others which is polite and thoughtful, and you will be more than likely to get your point across in a more favorable fashion.
We all make mistakes, obviously even you.. Auto incorrect may be the cause of such errors. So next time perhaps you should seriously take into consideration, proof reading your own comments…Just a thought…. You talk a big game for someone simply commenting on a blog post. If you were in fact such a well educated and highly adorn writer, you would be doing just that, writing.
Not belittling someone who was asking a simple question. So keep to yourself. And with an attitude like that, you never will. The best bet is to check the submission guidelines for the individual journals. I believe a few of them accept international submissions, and submissions can be made online; you might want to check with individual magazines first, though.
Hello Bamidele, How does writing for magazines and blogs work? Martha, with all due respect, get your head out of your butt. Snobbery is dull, no matter how well-written it is.
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