Why create articles for 50% revenue when you can potentially generate higher income amounts via higher revenue sharing sites?
To wind up my article series Make Your Online Articles More Profitable, I'm including information about five high paying sites that offer a generous 70%-100% revenue share.
As touched on in this series, profitable articles include important elements such as higher searched/lower competition terms + high CPC keywords and they offer readers value and unique content. It might be a good idea to submit some of these articles to revenue sharing sites that pay you, the writer, more.
Why do I say "some"? Higher paying sites may not yet draw enough search engine traffic, so while they offer a higher portion of revenue, in the end, you may find that your aren't earning as much as hoped for; and conversely, some sites that offer a lower revenue share offer other goodies, such as contests or allowance for inclusion of product capsules or, as in the case of HubPages, multiple ways to earn income, so, in the end, these sites are the better bet for earnings.
A good approach might be to use higher-paying/less-visited sites to backlink to your articles at established sites. This is a good idea: you write an article at a high revenue sharing site (you may earn on it) and you create a backlink to your other articles, which helps to generate additional traffic to your articles at established sites. It's all good in the long run.
Some of the sites mentioned in the article below allow external links and are Do Follow, which puts them at the top for creating backlinks to your other online content. It should be obvious why this would help to increase article profitability.
Recap: you can earn more from your online content by registering for the highest paying revenue sharing sites and using these to your best advantage.
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Five of The Highest Revenue Sharing Sites for Content Creators