Revenue Share Site Blogging Challenge: Posts 9-13 Roundup

Revenue Share Site Challenge Roundup 2
Photo from Pixabay, adapted by Alexandria Ingham

It’s the end of another week of posts. Well, sort of. We’re onto post 14 in the revenue share site series, so time for another weekly roundup. I haven’t quite stuck to posting daily–who would have thought SDCC 2018 would have been busy for a TV and movie niche revenue share site.

As it’s post 14, it’s time for another roundup of the posts. You’ll remember I did it on post 8 last time, because of a slight mixup in the schedule with the dog eating my blog titles. But I’m getting everything back on track, rather than waiting for seven new blog posts.

This section of posts has mostly been about joining a new revenue share site, such as tips on what to do, mistakes to avoid, and how long to give a new site. Here are the five posts to catch up in case you missed it. And don’t forget to check out the roundup of the first seven revenue share site posts here.

Day 9: 3 Things to Do When You Join a Revenue Share Site

When you join a new revenue share site, you want to make a good first impression. That means taking the time to read a handbook or style guide and getting to know the editors and other writers. As someone who welcomes new writers to sites, I’ve seen a number of things they do that tells me whether they’re going to be reliable writers jumping in with writing. Here are three things I recommend you consider doing to help make the best impression when you join.

3 Things to Do When You Join a Revenue Share Site


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Day 10: 4 Mistakes Writers Make When Joining Revenue Share Sites

As well as things writers need to do, there are mistakes that a lot of new writers make. These can be infuriating mistakes as well, leading to editors on sites questioning where the person from the application process has gone. Here’s a look at the biggest mistakes I see a lot of the time to make sure you avoid them when you start writing.

4 Mistakes Writers Make When Joining Revenue Share Sites

Day 11: 3 Things I Do to Boost My Income at Residual Income Sites

The biggest reason for many people to join a revenue share site is to make money writing online. Well, you need to get your content out there and not just rely on the site to push your content out on Twitter. These are three things that I have done to make sure residual income sites make me as much money as possible. It’s important to follow through to get the best results on any site you join.

3 Things I Do to Boost My Income at Residual Income Sites

Rev Share Sites Blogging Challenge Roundup 2
Photo from Pixabay, adapted by Alexandria Ingham

Day 12: Revenue Share Sites Offer More Value Than Money

You don’t just get money when you join a revenue share site. These sites offer a place to grow your brand and make a good name for yourself within your niche. There are many other benefits I’ve gained over the years. Day 12’s post looked at the value rev share sites can offer.

Revenue Share Sites Offer More Value Than Money

Day 13: How Long Should You Give Revenue Share Sites Before Moving On?

Not sure how long is too long to be at a site? This is something that changes with each individual site for me, but I break down how long I initially give any site and then any extra time I consider after that. This is also a good look at why you shouldn’t give a site too long.

How Long Should You Give Revenue Share Sites Before Moving On?

The next set of posts will start looking at tips to build your income on a revenue share site. These are tips I’ve used, breaking into a series of posts looking at SEO, using social media, and topic tips. Don’t forget to sign up to my email list below to get your FREE freelance writer’s checklist while it’s still available and to get the blog posts straight to your inbox.

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