Revenue sharing is one way a freelancer can earn extra income online. Certain sites encourage freelancers to use the site and post their articles. This gives the freelancer exposure and a way to earn money from what they’ve written. A revenue sharing site will displays ads on your blog posts and share the earning with you. However, there is some revenue sharing sites that you need to have your own ads that are displayed on the account.
Writedge Review – Legit or Scam
Writedge says that it is for an expert writer with cutting-edge knowledge. The site is a revenue sharing site for freelance writers. Each person has their own personal account or blog on the site. There you can write about anything and everything as long as your articles meet the minimum requirements of the site. The site is broken down into different categories you can write about. If you love to write about different types of arts, family, entertainment, business, food, wellness and more, this is an interesting site to check out………..Read More.………Updated January 2019 – the site has closed.
Daily Two Cents Review – Legit or Scam
Daily Two Cents is a revenue sharing site for freelancers. This company has 3 different revenue sharing sites you can join. This type of platform is designed for freelance writers that wish to post their articles online and earn a passive income. Each person who joins the site will have their own blog account where they can write about business, entertainment, sports, food, life, health, science, and world news. The site uses Google Adsense as their revenue sharing model. Each person who joins the site needs a Google Adsense account to earn from the site………..Read More……….Updated January 2019 – the site has closed.
InfoBarrel Review – Legit or Scam
InfoBarrel is a revenue sharing site for freelance writers. The site offers all writers a chance to post their articles online and earn a passive income stream from the site. The site uses an IB Ad System for their revenue sharing platform. Furthermore, freelancers can earn even more from the site by referring their friends and using their affiliate links. The site shares the revenue with each writer on the site. The more money the writer’s articles generate, the more the writer earns from the site………..Read More……….
Persona Paper Review – Legit or Scam
Persona Paper is an online writing site for freelancers. The site uses a revenue sharing platform to pay writers for the content they submit to the site. Each writer has the chance to earn money from the site based on the traffic they generate for each article they post. The site uses a different type of revenue sharing for its members. Furthermore, the site works as a social media site. You’ll earn coins from the site for reading and commenting on other member’s articles. You’ll also earn coins for each article you post on the site………..Read More.………
HubPages Review: Legit or Scam
HubPages is a content writing site and a revenue sharing site for freelance writers. The HubPages platform allows any freelance writer to join the site and create a weblog or mini blog using their platform. You’ll be writing your own articles and sharing them on the site’s platform. This is an excellent way for a new freelance writer to get noticed and show off your work online. Furthermore, the platform allows you to earn money through your own affiliate programs and advertising networks that you partner up with. You can join Amazon, Google Adsense or any other network that allows you to earn money sharing ads or affiliate links. You basically will write your own article and display it on your personal weblog. The revenue you earn from your articles will be yours and isn’t shared with the company. However, the company does have a revenue sharing policy that they spit with the author 60/40. This means that 60% of the time your word ads are displayed on your pages and 40% of the time HubPages displays their ads on your weblog………..Read More……….
Medium Review: Legit or Scam
Medium is a blogging platform that was created in 2012 by Blogger and the co-founders of Twitter, Biz Stone, and Evan Williams. The site was designed as a publishing platform to help people create stunning content and get their stories out. The site is trying to be the best of several different platforms and offer a writer the chance to earn money from what they’ve written. The blogging platform is free to join and you can create and host a variety of stories on your own personal blog or weblog. After spending some time on the site it is easy to join the partner program and start earning some money from what you’ve written………..Read More……….
Wizzley Reviews 2019: Legit or Scam
Wizzley is a revenue sharing site that has been around for a number of years. Like all revenue sharing sites, you have the opportunity to make money by adding your Google AdSense account to your pages. Furthermore, if you write reviews it is possible to use your affiliate links from Amazon to generate a higher income from the site. Here you can add outbound Vigilink to your articles and the site will automatically turn your links into affiliate links. There are several other ways to earn money through AllPosters, Zazzle, Chitika ads and using the Wizzley Marketing Tools. The site has a forum that is easy to register with to receive help. What is nice about this form is the marketplace. In the marketplace, you can offer the products that you create. It is easy to sell the members of the site homemade bath bombs, soaps or even jam………..Read More.………
PenPee Review 2019: Legit or Scam
PenPee is a writing platform that allows freelance writers to share their short stories online. Furthermore, people can visit the site and read your stories. Each time a person reads a chapter of your story, you are paid tokens from the reader. The token can be redeemed for cash once you’ve earned enough token. It is easy to join the site as a writer or even as a person who just loves to read different short stories online. The site has 3 different writers’ accounts you can join under. You can choose the starter, basic or the premium membership package. Depending on which package you choose will determine the percentage of credits you’ll earn when a person reads your short stories online. A starter and basic membership allow you to write short stories that are 7200 words long. If you choose the premium membership package your short story can be up to 12,000 words long. Your short stories need to be written similar to a book. A person can read a single chapter of your story at a time………..Read More.………