Xomba is a great website that will pay you to write and share information. You can make a good deal of money using Xomba online. You can write a blog, articles, bookmark websites, etc and you can receive money for all of that. There are some people who are lucky enough to make over $500 on just one post. It took time to get to that $500 but it is really achievable. The great thing about Xomba is that you can earn passive income online.

Sign-up with Xomba for free so you can start making money online with the site. You will earn money from ad revenue from Google Adsense. Xomba will give you 50% of the money you make from Google Adsense clicks. You will have to sign-up with Google Adsense and place your publishing ID on your Xomba account. So in a way, you will be paid by Google with the help of Adsense. If you do not have Adsense you now have a reason so sign-up.

Once you are a member you can start writing and posting content to make money online. There are two ways you can make money on Xomba: a Xombyte and a Xomblurb. A Xombyte is a post that needs to have 100 words or more and it can be an article, blog, review, how-to article, etc. A Xomblurb is a social bookmark that will let you share a site or a funny story on another site. FOr a Xomblurb, you basically write a brief explanation and provide the url.

Keep writing for Xomba so you can really maximize your income with it. There are people who are making over $500 a month in residual income. That means they are earning money from articles they wrote months ago. It will take some time to see some real income coming in to your Adsense account. It will come in with dimes then dollars then a few dollars a day. You will have to be patient and keep working.

Keep in mind that you will get paid by Google Adsense. Therefore, you will have to pay attention to the rules of Google as well as Xomba. That means you probably can not write or post about any of the things that Google will not place ads on. That means you shouldn't write anything about porn, paid to click sites, paid to read sites or anything else that Google states would be against it's policy.