I’ve been writing articles all day for a private client about residual income being the success to financial stability. Now, I do not know that I agree with it completely. However, I do think that you can generate a few extra hundred dollars every month if you put a little time and effort into shared revenue. I also do think that in time there is a chance that you could earn a substantial income from shared revenue if you dedicate time to it.
Step One: Decide on a Few Niches
For the sake of following this tutorial, you are going to want to pick a couple topics you enjoy writing about and know a lot about. That’s because this tutorial has a lot to do with back linking and creating a circle of traffic. Naturally, it is going to be easier to create back links and circulate your traffic if you write about the same couple topics. I suggest starting out by choosing two or three and really sticking with them.
Step Two: Create a Blog for Each Niche
This step is really optional. However, if you use Google Adsense (or some other advertisement earning program) it is just another way to maximize your earnings. If you are just giving this a trial run I suggest using Blogger and creating a blog for each of the niches you have decided on. I also suggest doing a little keyword research to see if you can find a way to tie a long-tailed keyword, related to the niche, into the name of your blogs. Once you have created the blogs on (if you created them on Blogger) make sure you connect your Adsense account to them so you can start earning.
Step Three: Write an Article
Create an interesting title and write an article that relates to one of the niches you have chosen. How long you make the article depends on where you are going to post it. I’m going to make this step a little easier by breaking it down even further.
Start out by writing a 150-200 word article for FullofKnowledge. Then post it on FullofKnowledge and re-post it on ExpertsPages.
Next, write two brief overviews of the article. Again, I suggest shooting for 150-200 words. You will post these articles on Triond and Bubblews. Use these brief overviews to link back to the article you have written on ExpertsPages and FullofKnowledge.
I also suggest writing two 500-600 word articles on the same niche and posting them on Writedge and Hubpages. Again, make sure you link back to your articles on ExpertsPages and FullofKnowledge. You can also link the overviews you have written to the articles on Writedge and Hubpages as well.
Lastly, you are going to want to write a blog post on the SAME topic and post it on your blog. Then you can provide links to all of the articles and overviews you have written within your blog post. I do suggest linking back to your blog posts from time to time on the various shared revenue articles to complete the circle of traffic.
A few things to note:
I suggest starting out with FullofKnowledge and ExpertsPages because the pay rates are always higher. I also think it is easier to pump out a handful of articles for these sites and then work on creating the bank link cycle that I talked about in step three.
When it comes to Bubblews, you may or may not make money on the site. But, they do have a lot of traffic and in my experience, they do click links. So, why not use the traffic while it is there? If you do generate enough money to cash out on Bubblews, I suggest limiting yourself to cashing out once a week. It increases your chances of actually getting paid.
When it comes to Triond, you should not expect to make any real money on the site. Even without posting anything on the site I do make a few dollars every month from the handful of articles I have published there. You will get a trickle of views and a few dollars is a few dollars. Everything adds up and that is kind of the point of this article.
It is going to take a while to earn any money on Hubpages. So, I would not recommend posting articles on there A LOT. However, when you are writing an article on a subject you are truly passionate about it cannot hurt to throw one up there every once in a while. The more places you are able to back link the better off your traffic is going to be.
Posting articles on Writedge is only recommended if you have a Google Adsense account because that is how you are paid. You get ads on your articles half of the time and you get paid for clicks or impressions 50 percent of the time. They do have monthly contests, though, if you are interested in making an extra 10 or 20 bucks depending on the contest.
Keep in mind, I’m not an expert when it comes to shared revenue and article writing in general. However, I am a person who likes to come up with theories on ways to increase your earnings. I’ve written enough articles on back linking to know how powerful it is when it comes to generating traffic and increasing your exposure on search engines. Why limit yourself and your earnings when you can write a handful of articles on the same topic and create a flow of traffic that circulates to all of them from different websites?