Where to Write Online

Are you searching the Internet for a way to work online? I've been there. I kept finding ads that would catch my interest by promising me to make money online. The ad usually ends up the same way, wanting my money so they can make a profit.

I kept pushing forward and searching for the answer. I first stumbled upon eHow from searching information in a Google Search. I decided to check into eHow and see what it was all about. With no money, I was able to sign up for eHow and start writing about things I knew how to do. The first month was shaky, then each month seem to double from there. I've searched the Internet for more ways to make money by writing.

Here I want to share all my finding with you. Keep Checking back as more gets added.

Sites that will Pay you for Writing Online:

Associated Content Owned by Yahoo. Post Text, Video, Audio, and Images can earn up front payments, if unquie enough, and earn ad revenue as well. Offers of upfront payments are usually around $1.00 or $20.00 for certain types of "hot" content. Payments are sent by PayPal. Text contents needs to be at least 400 words long.

Bright Hub wants quality writers for 300 to 750 word articles. Minimum payout is $20. Paypal is required for anyone outside of the US. In the us you can get paid by Paypal or by check. Bright Hub also give $10 per article that keep within the guide lines and ad revenue sharing.

Bukisa is for Education, Informative, or Directional Articles. Bukisa pay through google adsense from the ads place on your articles.

Constant Content is a consignment shop for articles and pictures. Get paid to have the articles published but also sell under full or unique package can not be sold or published anywhere else.

Daily Article a place to sell and buy article. You can sell articles to other people and set your own prices.

Demand Studios pays weekly through paypal. They have articles and video put all over the web. Demand Studios has both flat upfront fees and revenue ad sharing. They also have many channels for different types of writings, based on subjects.

Examiner Requires 3 to 4 post per week. Pay depends many different variables.

fireHOW is a site to write "How to" articles. Once you join their WPP plan they pay per month for earning over $10. Articles can be edited when needed as well.

Helium articles need to be at least 400 words long. You can earn money up front for writing a contract articles on predetermined article titles. You also earn money from rating articles and contests. Helium will pay through Paypal when your earnings reach $25. They also have an assignment system where you earn higher amounts on articles upfront and ad revenue as well.  Articles can be edited through "leap frogs." Leap frogs will be compared to the original article and if granted, by rating from other users, the article will be replaced with the edited versions. Leap frogs should be significant changes to the original article. Small changes can also be made by emailing the editor.

Hubpages Place to publish original articles. Money is earned through Google Adsense. Each article is called a Hub.

infobarrel For information and "how to" article. on infobarrel you have to have an adsense account and make money off the ads around your article.

Suite101 Must be approved by filling out a formal application including two samples for writing between 400 to 600 words long. After approval, which takes about 24 hours, they send you an email with a link to the contract. The contract require you to write 10 articles in 3 months. Pay scale is not in black and white, but you make money off the ads posted around the article. Suite101 will review and possibly edit all your articles as well.

Squidoo is a place where you can make any pages you wish for free. They call the pages lenses. They share 50% of what is earned from Ads and Affiliate links.

Textbroker is a place to write original content. Pay is based upon a quality rating, the higher the rating the more pay. If you get a "direct order" someone asking you to write something, you can set your own pay.

Triond is a place to publish any kind of writing, picture, video, or audio. They have a network they publish the content to the most relevant websites. They split the earning in half with you. They pay by Paypal, check, or Western Union. Triond has also intergraded with Google Adsense to help increase writer's earnings. Writers will earn from both triond revenue shares and through Google Adsense.

Tutorial Tub write tutorial and get paid from the ads placed on the page with the tutorial.

Xomba you can post content about anything except for violence and adult content. They share Google Adsense 50/50 with you. Must have a Google Adsense account. Xomba is a great site to promote any online content. Simply write an original description and add a link. Writers will earn from their promotion link and increase traffic to their online content.