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Detractors Of InfoBarrel Say It Is A Scam and Low Paying

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 2 12

The detractors of InfoBarrel who say that InfoBarrel is either a scam or simply too way low paying for them are many. They have some arguments that seem to make sense to some people. My purpose is not to try and persuade a person one way or the other. My purpose with this article is to simply add another article to my rapidly rising folio of InfoBarrel articles.

You can choose to write a lot or write for SEO purposes. You can also choose to do a combination of both. If you are like me then you will be building up a large number of articles On InfoBarrel. The more articles you have then the more money you can potentially make.

How much money can you make with say 5,000 articles? Let's take a figure of 20 cents per article. If you are earning only 20 cents per article on average each month then you will be earning around $1,000 per month. You will more than likely be earning $1,000 well before you hit 5,000 articles but you are practically guaranteed that amount each month once you get 5,000 articles.

Once you write 5,000 articles and publish them on InfoBarrel you will earn at least $1,000 per month even if you never write again. That means once you put in the initial work of writing upwards of 5,000 articles for InfoBarrel then you will earn $12,000 per year without ever lifting another finger. How flipping cool is that?

You may be thinking that 5,000 articles is either impossible or will take forever. If you can average 7 articles per day for two years then you will have over 5,000 articles. Two years of hard work will earn you at least $12,000 per year for the rest of your life!

Writing for InfoBarrel you will need to make a plan and then follow it. If you have a certain goal such as writing 1,500 articles or earning $500.00 per month then you can but you have to work at it. This is not rocket science. You simply type out articles and publish them on InfoBarrel. The more times you do this then the more money you make. If you can simply write 7 articles per day for two years then you will be richly rewarded for the rest of your life with all of the residual income you will be earning off of InfoBarrel. What would an extra $12,000 per year mean to you and your family?

If you can stay dedicated and motivated enough to reach a high number of articles then you will eventually be earning a lot more residual income off of InfoBarrel than most people think is possible. Am I trying to convince you to write for InfoBarrel or too write more for InfoBarrel? Nope, I do not care if you write for InfoBarrel. I hope you decide to write a lot of articles for InfoBarrel but regardless of what you do I WILL be writing a lot of articles for InfoBarrel.

Infobarrel is rapidly becoming a very visited website. The more articles you have then the more chances you have of earning money with InfoBarrel.


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Comments

Aug 22, 2010 4:48pm
x3xsolxdierx3x
The people who are opposed to Info Barrel, simply because they don't begin earning immediately after the publication of their first article, have a very very novice understanding of the general growth and development of Web 2.0 revenue sharing websites. Although Info Barrel is young...it is growing tremendously. With time will come greater favor in Google, however, it isn't going to be quite the same for people as it was had they published articles directly to a PR7 or 8 site. Info Barrel will get there, though....and the articles we publish now will be pure gold then...
Aug 29, 2010 7:22pm
Ernie
I cannot wait! When we have 1,000 articles or more published and the PR raises to PR7 or PR8 then I will be looking at some awesome residual income opportunites.
Aug 29, 2010 6:42pm
lifelearner
I agree. From what I am reading, IB is up and coming. Like any business, you gotta put in the time (and articles). Personally, I would love to have money rolling in, however I am having too much fun simply writing.
Aug 29, 2010 7:21pm
Ernie
I really enjoy writing for InfoBarrel but I also have to write for upfront payment as that is what is paying the bills. I do have a goal of having 1500 articles published on InfoBarrel by the end of the year.

I would not put all this time into InfoBarrel is I did not think my Infobarrel earnings would rise drastically. InfoBarrel is a great website to build residual income.
Sep 4, 2010 4:45am
scheng1
Actually writing to earn from Amazon or Clickbank is a better idea. Article marketing is where the big money is.
Feb 25, 2011 10:25am
DoctorTestosterone
Hey Ernie, your articles are really inspiring. I know you cant get rich quick. But i think this will be a cool way to earn some passive income with no risk.
Feb 27, 2011 8:31pm
moneybarr
I agree, I just published my first article a few minutes ago. I hope I can write 10000 and more to be able to retire.
Apr 19, 2011 7:45am
budgetgeek
To all the haters - Rome wasn't built in a single day.
Apr 26, 2011 2:48am
CortCaldwell
"My purpose is not to try and persuade a person one way or the other. My purpose with this article is to simply add another article to my rapidly rising folio of InfoBarrel articles."

Legendary!
Apr 26, 2011 9:46am
protozoa1971
Quite inspiring for starters like me. One question I might wish to ask is what the average size of an article is. I am used to writing articles with 1000 plus, 2000 plus or even 5000 plus words as my nature.

At this rate how can I achieve this big number of articles if I keep loading my articles this much? Do you think there's any advantage in writing long articles or you could still just play intelligent tricks to convert the 5000 plus words to 40 articles?

I know that IB expects us to write articles on a variety of topics too to ensure we do not keep chewing cud and regurgitating what we chewed many hours ago.

Any response to my concerns loaded with anything informative is welcome.
Warm Regards,
Eric
Apr 26, 2011 9:46am
protozoa1971
Quite inspiring for starters like me. One question I might wish to ask is what the average size of an article is. I am used to writing articles with 1000 plus, 2000 plus or even 5000 plus words as my nature.

At this rate how can I achieve this big number of articles if I keep loading my articles this much? Do you think there's any advantage in writing long articles or you could still just play intelligent tricks to convert the 5000 plus words to 40 articles?

I know that IB expects us to write articles on a variety of topics too to ensure we do not keep chewing cud and regurgitating what we chewed many hours ago.

Any response to my concerns loaded with anything informative is welcome.
Warm Regards,
Eric
May 26, 2011 7:57pm
jpwriter
@protozoa1971

I thought I'd chime in about article length. I keep my articles between 500 to 1000, but I have a few around 1500. You probably don't want to make a habit of 2000+ word articles, so 5000 words is very long. Think instead of reader's attention span online, no matter what your goal is in writing. I'd break up a 5000 word article into a group of 7-10 very topically-focused articles. The result is tighter content, a bigger library, a larger audience reach, and the ability to interlink the articles.
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