What Online Sites Pay The Writer To Write Part five
I have been writing online for five months. I have been writing articles and being paid from the sites, I write on. I have listed the writing sites for other writers who are interested in writing online and earning with their writing skills. I have been experimenting with my writing. Some articles do better on some sites/ other articles do better on other sites. Bukisa does not get a lot of hits yet, but I am hoping they will in the future. Associated Content was bought by Yahoo and their hits seem to be picking up. Helium seems to be the best site for writing when it comes to hits and revenue pay.
1.Associated Content-I have been writing on Associated Content for five months. Associated Content is an easy site to write for. They make it easy to sign up and to write articles. Associated Content does not pay well. They pay $1.55 for every thousand (page views) your content receives. They also pay upfront for some articles. I have not had much luck with getting upfront payment from my articles. I have made about $56 in four months on Associated Content. The best thing about Associated Content is the community. The people you meet on the site are very nice people. They are the most encouraging people you will ever meet. Associated Content pays you through PayPal. I want to thank all the people on Associated Content who are my friends. The encouragement does me more good than you know. Remember to use Word to correct your writing before you add your articles to a site.
2. Helium-I have been writing on Helium for five months. Helium is an easy site to write for. They pay for page views and advertisement revenue. You have to have writing and rating stars to receive your payment. It is easy to get writing and rating stars. It takes a few minutes a day to rate other articles on the Helium site. I have made $95on Helium in four months. They pay you through PayPal. You have to earn twenty-five dollars before Helium will pay you. I learned recently, you earn more when your article is one of the top articles. This month, I actually had two articles on the front page of the site. This helps get traffic to your articles.
3. E-how-I wrote six articles on E-how. I earned $43 on their site. E-how has never sent me payment. I do not know if they will because they no longer accept articles through the E-how site. They only receive E-how articles from their parent website, Demand Studios. I have listed E-how because they do pay. I have finally been paid $2.32. I’m in the big time now. Ehow pays slowly and I wonder if they will ever pay me the rest of my money.
4. Demand Studios-I do not work for Demand Studios. They would not accept me. I sent my resume and sample articles, but they denied my application. I listed Demand Studios because they do pay. I am now writing for Demand Studios as a ghostwriter. I wrote my first article and they accepted it without asking me to change anything. They do not know I am writing on their site, but I am writing to prove that I can write on their site. This is my own personal victory. I love to prove large companies wrong. After I write fifty or sixty articles as a ghostwriter, I may try to write for them as myself. I do not like this site. They are too picky for what they pay per article. I decided not to write for Demand Studios this month. I wrote one article and earned ten dollars. I do not like how many articles are unspecific and the editors want you to be specific. This is annoying and time consuming. I have not decided if I will continue to be a ghost writer. Will update next month.
5. Constant Content-I wrote one article for Constant Content. It was a creative article and they sold it within five days. They sold the article for $50 and paid me $32.50 through PayPal. Constant Content sells the author’s articles and pays the author 65 percent of the proceeds. I have two more articles on Constant Content under review. I have a couple of articles on Constant Content, but have not had sold any more. I have not found any of their wanted articles that meet my interest.
6. Break Studios-I have been writing for Break Studios for three and a half months. I have written over two hundred articles for them. They have published one hundred and ninety-seven articles, so far. They pay $8 per article and they pay through PayPal. They pay twice a month. I have earned $1586 on Break Studios in five weeks. The sign up process for Break Studios is the same process as Demand Studios. You have to send them a resume and sample articles. I love the site and they are easy to write for. The cool thing about Break Studios is when they publish your articles; your name goes with each article in capital letters. They pay you and advertise you at the same time. This site is where I have made most of my money. A few notes on Break Studios. You will find some editors differ on what they want from your articles. After one hundred-fifty articles, I was told to hightlight the first sentence of each of my steps. Was not asked to do this before this time. Some editors want you to use the name of websites. Other editors tell you it is against the rules. The editors are nice and helpful, however, they do differ in their opinions of things.
7. Seed– This month I added Seed to my list. I have written one article for Seed. They paid me $10 through PayPal. A friend told me, he saw my writing on AOL. I have not seen my story yet, but it is interesting that somebody else has read my story. I have not written for See this month. Will write more for them when I get the time. They have some simple articles you can write.
8. Bukisa- I also write for Bukisa. I have only earned $5.93 on their site so far. Bukisa will pay you once you earn ten dollars. Obviously, they have not paid me any money yet.
I earned a total of $1830 in my first five full months of writing online. Most of my earnings are from the past fourteen weeks. These are the sites I know pay for online writing. I am trying out a few other sites. If you have any sites to add to this list, please write them in the comments section. My next goal is to try to write on Christian sites. My wife and I have sent our most of my earnings to the Philippines to help her family survive. I hope this list helps other writers. If you click on some of the links through this article, you can sign up for some of the sites you are not writing for yet. Associated Content is my favorite because of the encouragement all the other writers give to a new online writer like myself.
I want to thank everybody who looks at my articles. I also want to thank the sites who pay all of us writers to write on their sites. One note-you can put the same articles on multiple sites. An article may make twenty cents on Associated Content-the same article may make three dollars on Helium-and vise versa. Do not limit yourself to one site. One site may not accept you. Do not give up. There are other sites that will accept your writing. Demand Studios would not accept me and now I make a lot of money on Break Studion. Good luck everybody and keep writing.