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Make a living from google adsense revenue sharing sites

By Edited Oct 27, 2013 8 12

Many stay at home mums, and dads are looking for genuine work at home opportunities, and unfortunately many of these so called get rich quick schemes turn into scams. However one such opportunity which is most certainly not a scam, is google adsense.

Google adsense is an ad network which pays you mainly for clicks on the ads displayed on your webpages and articles. By writing on specific topics related ads show up beside your content. The ads displayed depend on the keywords you use in your articles. If you are able to generate alot of targeted traffic to your content, then there is a good chance that you will be successful with google adsense. Many people start a new blog and add google adsense to their blog as soon as their adsense account is approved. As a result of the blog being relatively new they do not receive much targeted traffic, and their adsense account remains with zero dollars. People then give up with google adsense. However they are missing a huge opportunity, that is making a living from google adsense revenue sharing sites.

A google adsense revenue sharing site is one which already is established with a page rank and a decent amount of incoming traffic from the search engines. The site is hosted by someone else, all you have to do is submit content and best of all they are free. Therefore if you use popular keywords, and write often there is a good chance you will see google adsense earnings in your adsense account. It does take time so it is unlikely that you will see earnings right away but it does build up.

There are hundreds of google adsense revenue sharing sites on the internet including Xomba, where you can post, bookmarks called xomblurbs, or articles called xombytes. Xomba has a very high Alexa ranking due to large influxes of traffic on a daily basis and therefore your content has a very good chance of getting seen, and getting clicks. The more you post the better you will do. However do not stop at Xomba, as there are many more google adsense sharing sites online, from sites that will pay you for clicks on your articles, to sites that pay you for clicks on your answers. These sites split the revenue for your adsense clicks.

The best thing to do is to join several google adsense revenue sharing sites, post unique content to each one, and monitor your impressions and clicks in your google adsense account. If you notice particular posts getting more impressions and clicks than others, write some more on these areas. Similarly if you notice a site gaining you no adsense income then drop it; perhaps the site has a poor page rank and does not rank well in the search engines. At the start you may only notice a few cents here and there but as your content grows so will your adsense earnings, and before you know it you will be making enough to make payout each month. Hopefully getting a google adsense check each month will provide you with the motivation to continue adding to your content and help further increase your earnings so that you see an even greater increase in earnings.

When you submit content to google adsense revenue sharing sites make sure you also promote your content. This will help it show up in the search engines. The higher up it appears in google search the more visitors you are likely to get. A good place to submit your content is to social networking sites such as Digg, reddit, and propeller to name but a few. These sites rank very well in search engines and will help your content get found.

Can you make a living from google adsense revenue sharing sites, I would say yes for definate. That is provided you write quality content with popular keywords, and stick to the terms of service of google adsense. Just remember Rome was not built in a day, and you will not make a million dollars in a day either. Patience is the key and if you keep working with google adsense revenue sharing sites you will see the benefits and earnings starting to increase on a monthly basis. Before long you will be earning a thousand dollars a month. There is no limit to the amount you can earn, it all depends on the volume of work and effort you wish to put in.



Aug 12, 2009 8:08am
that is a valuable article laura, thanks
Oct 11, 2009 7:24pm
I recently started writing on InfoBarrel. I also write on HubPages and Bukisa. I am looking forward to write on more revenue sharing sites in future.
Jan 19, 2010 12:37pm
Great article. I am a stay at home dad looking for good paying work at home opportunities. I would like to know more. Please keep me posted
Jan 19, 2010 10:33pm
Great stuff,

Most my time is spent Blogging and i earn a nice living from that, i want to use Info barrel as somwere to write on topics outside my Blogging niche.It can get boring writing on the same subject all the time.

However i have heard of success storys with revenue sharing and as you say picking the right partners is vital, as in all walks of life.

Feb 1, 2010 10:00pm
I have not worked very hard at adsense revenue. Thanks for the motivation.
Feb 9, 2010 6:07pm
GlobeTales.com offers revenue sharing for travel writers. Writers earn from 50 - 100% revenue share depending on the number of articles they've submitted.
Feb 11, 2010 6:39am
Nice information on how to effectively use google adsense.
Feb 15, 2010 3:33am
Patience and persistence is certainly the key from making money online.
Mar 6, 2010 2:52am
earnwrite.com is another adsense revenue sharing website that gives you 90% revenue sharing after you post 10 articles. I write on a few different sites.

How many articles would you say you would need to make a livable income of of sites like these?
Sep 2, 2010 3:49am
It is best to select a few Adsense sharing sites for diversification purpose. This ensure greatest exposure to many readers.
Oct 30, 2010 11:46am
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Jan 10, 2012 2:13pm
Like the article, just wondering why so many people on here talk about trying other revenue sharing sites. I mean if you have to post unique content on all of them, why not keep it all in one? You can still use Google Analytics to see what people are doing when their clicking around your content right?
May 31, 2012 9:39am
A very nice, informative and inspiring share.Thanks
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