This week has all been about making money with residual income sites. I’ve spent three years using some of the sites, others I’ve only been on for three months. However, I’ve shared my experience in the hope that others with find sites that they either do or don’t want to try out.
Here’s my weekly roundup of making money online with the residual income sites, in case you missed the posts or need a refresher.
Monday: Make Money With Writedge
Monday I spent some time on a relatively new site, Writedge. This is a pay per view site, and pays $5 for 1,000 views. While some people may view that as a low amount, it’s actually relatively high compared to many other residual income sites around.
Here’s the post for your convenience.
Tuesday: Earning Online With Daily Two Cents
One Tuesday, I focused on Writedge’s sister site, Daily Two Cents. This could be a great site for those who want to make money writing while adding a more social aspect to their day.
Check out the Daily Two Cents post right here.
Wednesday: Could You Earn With HubPages?
HubPages is one of the oldest residual income sites, and writers can make money in various ways. Since it is so old and has a relatively good standing with Google, it could even be possible to make money on your own site by using it for back links.
Here’s the post on HubPages.
Thursday: Using InfoBarrel to Make Money Online
Another old one, InfoBarrel was Thursday’s site. This is one of the residual income sites that I haven’t had much luck with, expect for with one post. If you want to try this site, I recommend doing it with caution.
Want to read the post? Well, you can right here.
Friday: Make Money Online With Wizzley
Wizzley is another relatively new site compared to HubPages and InfoBarrel, but still deserves a mention. Writers make money in various ways, and the good news is that there is no need for a Google AdSense account!
Do you want to find out more about Wizzley? Here’s the post.
Saturday: Using Day2DayTips to Make Money Writing
Yesterday’s post was about one of the newest residual income sites. It’s one that I’m still on the fence about, because it is so new.
However, here’s the post so you can make your own decision.
I hope you enjoyed this week’s posts, and you found them helpful. I know the posts have brought up a lot of questions about monetizing blogs and how to make money online, so I’ll certainly keep the questions in mind when I create my series of posts for next month.
Next week, I’m going to cover a series of micro-job sites and bidding sites to see if you can make money writing online with them. These will include the likes of Fiverr, Freelancer.com and Elance.