Writedge, write online and earn some money

micheal By micheal, 31st Aug 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/ilb_pqh5/
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Here is another writing site for people looking to earn money online. Paid writing on the internet is massive now, and there are many opportunities out there, but the problem is many of these sites are just not worth it. Read this review and find out if Writedge is a site writing for.

Writedge

Some people say that you really need your own blog online if you wish to really earn some money by writing on the internet, yet there are millions of people around the world working for content mills and revenue share sites, and seem happy to do it. One thing is for sure, these different kinds of content farms have gone through a lot of changes in the last few years, some of the bigger sites have now gone, and new ones have emerged to take there place.

One site which is relatively new is Writedge, the owners of this site also own Daily Two Cents, which has also had some success in the last few months. Writedge came to be in may 2013, and was created by two women called Danielle Mcgaw and Michelle Harlow, and since 2013 this site has had great success and is now moving its way up to being a site really worth writing for. For a site like Writedge to be successful, it will all boil down to the writer's, normal everyday people at home who express there views and opinions in article and review form. The more writer's producing great written work, the more successful the site will be, and it does seem at this stage that Writedge's recent success has come down to some very dedicated writers who have turned this site into a site well worth writing for.

Writedge works with Google Adsense but you do not need a Google i.d. to get paid, but you must have a Paypal account so they can place your earnings in there. You are paid for the views that your articles receive once published, but this is not the only way to get paid with this site. You can also get paid for selling products for Amazon and a few other retailers, by placing affiliate links on your work, for any products that you help to sell you will be paid commission. Writedge pays out on the 10th of every month, but in order to get this money on any given month, then you will need to have at least 5 dollars in your Writedge account.

You can not expect to make a full time income with this site or any site like it, that is one thing everybody should know before starting out with them. But if you have some other good money makers happening, like your own blog, then Writedge can be a nice little side line to earn with. Also this site can be a great way to send more traffic to your blog or website, by linking up your articles with your blog, you can drive more traffic there, creating more earning opportunities for you. Is it worth it, yes for online writer's enjoying revenue sharing websites I would say it is, easy payments and higher pay than many similar sites out there.

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author avatar cnwriter..carolina
31st Aug 2014 (#)

sounds good but then so many do and I have yet to see money coming in...I hope it will happen...

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author avatar spirited
1st Sep 2014 (#)

Thanks for keeping us informed on these sites micheal.

I will have a look at it.

I got my first payment from wikinut last month, so I was pleased about that.

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author avatar micheal
1st Sep 2014 (#)

things will get better, I am soon to have my fifth payment over here, Bubblews is the highest paying Spirited, but not everyone gets paid, but im guessing with the standard of your work, you would.

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author avatar spirited
2nd Sep 2014 (#)

My first payment was only 2 pounds or so for almost a years writing here and 350 articles.

I joined writedge. They only have a handful of members as yet. They promise $5 for a thousand views seems too much to promise I am still not sure about them yet.

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author avatar micheal
2nd Sep 2014 (#)

they are legit and going well, if you put in the work you will be rewarded but remember, to really earn it is not just about your writing, you must market and push your work.

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