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Never mind guys. It takes a couple of days to get approval for a project here. One or two at the most.
Oh yeah I’m apart of tsu! Love it!
@gina145 I don’t like selling my rights to my article either. But it does come with tremendous benefits. On both listverse and cracked you can put your blog at the bottom of the page which helps traffic skyrocket up and you always get a few subscribers.Both sites receive millions of visitors a month. Thanks for the heads up with D2C. I won’t be visiting again
Every one with the exception of Dailytwocents is an upfront payment. I’ve only published one article for listverse, I would have published more but damn if I can’t find something that hasn’t already been done.
Cracked I haven’t published anything for. But they do pay. In order to write for them you have to join their writers workshop (which I’m apart of) and pitch an idea. Unlike listverse, they expect a fair amount of humor in your articles. Which is one of the main reasons I dislike trying to get an article published there.
Knowledgenut is a sister site of listverse. If you know a really obscure fact or want to debunk a common misconception, go here. For around 500-1000 words they’ll pay you $10 if your article is published. ( read the fine print though.once you submit it. They own it. Listverse is the same way but they only acquire the ownership of your article once it’s published)
I would only recommend iwriter if you need some quick cash. Here you start at the bottom. You will get paid about $2 for every 300 words. This is freelance so even if you do write the article there is no guarantee that the client will buy it. I’ve come here when I needed to. But as a last resort.
I’m actually waiting to hear back from thedailytwocents. However my friend is with them and they’ve paid her. You have to submit aa three writing samples or three pieces of published work for review if you want in. I started with them because bubblews started paying chump change for doing so much.
No.never for any traffic that I’d actually want to keep. Most of the traffic is from other countries like India as well. Now,normally there wouldn’t be a problem with that but I want people that’s interested in what I write. If you invest in a PTC site for a blog you will lose money. A good way to get traffic is from Google alerts(Google it),link collider, and to create beautiful content. The more words,pictures and trending keywords you use,the higher your page will be ranked in search engines.