4 Brilliant Pay Per Post Sites To Write For

Bloggers and up-and-coming writers are constantly looking for online sites that will pay them for their writing efforts. Today's post is short and to-the-point. The aim is to simply list 4 brilliant on line sites that will pay you for your blog posts. These are more popularly called, pay-per-post sites. Of course, your blog traffic and Google ranking will affect how much you're offered for each job you complete. Note: These are online-writing little earners. If you're looking for hard copy writing opportunities please see my update page.

Note: signing up with any of the links below means that I will be listed as your referrer. This gives me a percentage of what you earn. I don't mind sharing the love if you don't :-) 

Social Spark

Submit as many blogs as you wish and earn from your blog posts. Their prices are reasonable, even for blogs without  high Google ratings. There's no worry about sharing your work on social networking sites because you get paid whether one person reads it or not. Sign up here.

You're free to write as much as (and when) you want. You don't have to wait to be invited, and there's no limit to what you can write each day. Payment per article depends on which of their sites you publish on. The drawback is that if your article isn't popular, you may not earn as much for it. Articles are all published on Triond's sites and not on your own blog. You can however, link to them from your own site. Sign up here.


Get Chitika Premium

Place ads on your blog (compatible with Google ads) and decide whether you want your followers to see them or just your passing visitors. You can personalise ad units and tell Chitika what topics you want advertised, and what you wish to avoid. Place your ad (step-to-step guide on website) and start earning. Sign up here


Signup to Bukisa, Get Paid For Publishing your Knowledge!

This site is a bit like Triond. You can write as much as you wish, however, you have to promote your own work if you want to earn big. Click on the image to join up and start publishing or sign up here. There's not much scope here for making Wicked Profits, but every little adds up as long as you're constantly creating and writing. 

Each of these four sites will bring you hours of writing opportunities and potentially significant earnings each month. As you become more familiar with each site, you can decide which fit your needs and which ones you'd like to discard.

So what are you waiting for, Blogger? Sign up, get writing and start earning. How much you earn is entirely up to you!

Update: I've just found this site called LinkShare. You can sign up with them and promote your favourite things from your very own blog. LinkShare gives you a commission on every item you sell, and you can easily place their widgets on any site you own.



•°°• IcyBC •°°• March 3, 2011 at 8:09 PM  

These are good sites to write for, but Bukisa proves to be a hard one to earn now..It also took away the referrer system..

myletterstoemily March 5, 2011 at 4:22 PM  

thank you for the excellent advice. someone
will profit from this, and you certainly deserve
to share their love.

Anonymous December 5, 2011 at 10:58 AM  

A couple of other sites that are good to earn from are http://snipsly.com and http://boostplace.com. These are revenue sharing websites that share 80% of their advertising revenue through imoression sharing with their authors.

I prefer these smaller sites because their revenue sharing models are fair and share a lot with their authors. They are both community based.

Zenserly March 12, 2012 at 1:07 PM  

wow, thank you so much for sharing!

Zenserly September 19, 2012 at 7:21 AM  

I am here again and browsing your informative content. :-)again, thank you so much for sharing...

Self Sagacity October 3, 2012 at 9:55 PM  

SS is good for blog posts, others are for far more serious writers...meaning you earn from a lot of writing...and a lot of promoting.

Dyfed's Adventures in Publishing October 17, 2012 at 12:43 PM  

Thanks for this, I knew about the others, but Social Spark is new to me. I will sign up right after writing this. For Triond, you need to publish a lot, write on popular topics and be willing to promote your work. But you do get back-links in your articles which is always good for promoting your other sites.

Anne's a published author, freelance writer and experienced editor. She's just signed her second publishing contract this year with 2 separate publishing houses. You can hire her or see her available books in the side panel on the right.
Related Posts with Thumbnails
Google+ Profile http://www.activesearchresults.com Get Chitika Premium mumsnet Featured in Alltop

Please also like on our FB widget above

  © Free Blogger Templates 'Greenery' by Ourblogtemplates.com 2008

Back to TOP