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10 Revenue Sharing Websites

By Edited Sep 17, 2015 0 5

You can backlink your infobarrel articles by writing at the following revenue sharing websites. Not only this, these are revenue sharing websites so you can also make money there. These websites have a good chance of becoming one of your revenue streams.


RitePad is a relatively new website that shares 80% of the total ad impressions with authors on their content. RitePad also lets you add backlinks to your pages. You can add a maximum of two external links by writing a 300 word original post on RP.


HubPages allocates 60% of the total ad impressions to its authors on their content. You can earn from Adsense and HubAds both and there are some other options also.


Squidoo is one of the foremost websites in the business.You can publish content there and they claim to share 50% ad revenue with you on your content. Ad revenues are calculated by the website itself.


Factoidz have a payment system where they pay between $1 to $3 per thousand impressions. Factoidz use paypal to make their payments.


YouSayToo allows you to add your blog and you can write blogposts also.  They also have a revenue sharing model where they share 50% of the ad impressions with you on your content. They also have a referral system.


SheToldMe is mainly a bookmarking website that allows easy backlinks. You need to write a short description of your pages and you can get backlinks and also earn money from your backlinks. 


Triond has quite an ambiguos formula for calculating earnings. They claim to give you 50% of the earnings. The net revenue is calculated according to the following formula:

Earnings = page views * eRPM / 1000

Where eRPM can be anywhere between $0.5 and $10. This is a long range which makes the earnings ambiguous.


By writing at Bukisa you can earn 60% of the total revenue generated on your content.


eHow lets you write how-to articles and post how-to videos and you can earn money from these videos and articles through their revenue sharing program.


A crappy website being run by a bunch of amateurs. You will be wasting your time by publishing your content there because it can get deleted whenever they want and that too without a reason. All the hype seems to be due to the 10% referral bonuses awarded by referring others.



Jul 15, 2011 4:20am
Very good article; I like your review about Wizzley; I am not sure if it is true but I will stay away from that site. Your article would be even better if you include the PR; a confirmation if they are dofollow would be good as well.
Jul 16, 2011 9:28pm
What's the beef with Wizzley? I signed up a few weeks back, but haven't put any content up there. What makes them amateurs? Is it only from content being deleted? If so, was it relevant content and not spam?

Not coming at you, just curious what the deal is there before I make any articles for that site.
Jul 16, 2011 9:31pm
What do you think are the top 3 websites as far as making money... I enjoyed a ton of success on ehow, but now Im doing an experiment... Im going to write 100 articles here on infobarrel and then move onto the next websites... What do you think are the next best websites behind infobarrel?

Jul 17, 2011 8:48am
I must say very valuable information, being new to this type of business.
Re Wizzley. As jcmayer777 ask 18What makes them amateurs? 19
Sep 3, 2011 4:23pm
I think that eHow has stopped taking new authors and is moving to move all articles inhouse.
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