Where I write for revenue share in 2019

Many people write for revenue share. It’s not dead, although it’s not what it was when I started writing online almost a decade ago. Plenty has changed and it’s why I have blogs of my own to turn to. However, I do still write at sites for revenue share and I don’t feel guilty or regret it one bit — because it works for me.

Now you’ll want to know where I write. After all, so many places have shut down. Right now, my active writing is limited. I’ll be honest, I write at a number of sites under the same brand. But I diversify by having private clients and I have other income sources. Different income streams remain important, even if you think you’ve found a revenue share site that is perfect.

Image from Pixabay, adapted by Alexandria Ingham

Where I currently write online

Actively, I write at a number of FanSided websites. I’ve mentioned Hidden Remote in the past, but that’s not the only place. I also write at Amazon Adviser, Netflix Life, Claire and Jamieand SPN Hunters.

If you’re looking to build your income through rev share, I highly recommend FanSided for sports, entertainment, lifestyle, and much more. There’s a site for everything. If you want to just get started, you’ll want to join the one site. Hidden Remote, Netflix Life, and Amazon Adviser are excellent, depending on the niche you want to write about. The first is TV and movie related while the other two are brand focused.

Those who love to write about food, I can recommend Guilty Eats. If you want to do celebrity content, Culturess is for you.

By the way, I don’t get an affiliate payout for recommending these. I recommend the sites because I believe in them.


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What about HubPages? Wizzley? InfoBarrel?

There are still plenty of places that people will write for revenue share. HubPages remains one of the more popular ones. I don’t actively write there anymore, but I do still have content there and income trickles in. It trickles because I don’t promote it and I’ve not added anything to the site in a long time.

The same goes with Wizzley. I just don’t have the time to add new content, so the money really does just trickle. And that’s okay for me, because it really is passive income.

InfoBarrel doesn’t return any results. Apart from one post that once went viral and has now died, I barely see anything from that site and don’t even bother keeping an eye on my earnings. It never was a high earner for me.

Revenue share
Image from Pixabay, adapted by Alexandria Ingham

Is there anywhere else for revenue share?

Because you know you need to diversify your income, you’ll want to try out other sites. I’ve spoken to writers who are still at Seekyt, but I’ll be honest and say that I’ve never tried the site to verify its earning potential. There are others who have used the likes of Persona Paper and Medium, but they’re not sites I’ve tried either.

Before you write for revenue share at any site, you’ll want to check for reviews and do your due diligence. Make sure the company pays and find out how you earn the rev share — do you need your own AdSense account for example?

Right now, my revenue share comes from the FanSided branded sites and that’s the way I like it while I build up my own blogs.

Where do you currently write for revenue share? Let me know in the comments below.

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