Revenue Sharing Sites

Here is a list of sites where you can post your articles, summaries and more. I plan on adding to it as I find more sites.  All of the sites listed l provide some form of revenue sharing and all are  good sources for backlinks. Please let me know if you know of any other revenue sharing sites and I will add them to the list!

Unlike the other sites,  Bukisa pays for page views as opposed to ad clicks.  This is great if you are good at generating traffic, and/or you have a topic that doesn’t convert to clicks well. Also, unlike the other sites, Bukisa pays directly to your PayPal account so you don’t need to wait for Google’s $100 payout threashold.
Bukisa is a good place to start blogging for money because you don’t need an adsense account and you don’t even need your own blog. You can literally get started for free.

Xomba is a revenue sharing site where you can post original articles, or you can “bookmark” links to sites that you like.

Hubpages has a nice revenue split of 60/40 and in addition to Adsense you can also earn commissions with Amazon and Ebay.

SheToldMe is a site where you can post original content, or you can post “sccops”.  Scoops are basically bookmarks to sites you find interesting.  Yours or anybody elses.  SheToldMe is nice in that instead of having a split, one of the adblocks on the page is 100% yours. You get credit for all the clicks.

Best Reviewer is a new addition from the creator of SheToldMe. Here you create original “best of” articles in a list format. Like SheToldMe you get one adblock that is always showing your ads.

YouSayToo is a revenue sharing site with both Adsense and Amazon.  They have a handy little tool where you can automatically have your blog posts show up on YouSayToo.

Blog Engage is a little different from the others in that it is more of a bookkmarking site and you are only supposed to add your own sites. Other users can then vote you up or down.   Blog Engage is a 50/50 Adsense revenue site, but with a little effort there is a way where your posts can show your Adsense ID 100% of the time.

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3 Responses to “Revenue Sharing Sites”

  1. wow gold says:

    It’s useful as I want to work at home so much, and internet is the only way that I can get.

  2. I signed up to Chitika recently and realized that they pay pretty well per click. So I’ve been looking around for more sites that let you use them. One that you might not have heard about is Qondio.

    It’s not really revenue sharing because they let you put any ads there, as long as they’re not adult, and you get all the revenue. So you can use Adsense, Adbrite, and presumable Chitika as well.

    Qondio is really strict about original content. You also have to pay 5 bucks to sign up. But considering the quality control aspect, and their policy on ads, I think this makes them a good option.

  3. Lea G says:

    Glad to know this. This is very useful for me since I just do work from home and the internet is a very good tool. Sharing sites is also a good way to earn

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