2017: Top 5 Sites That Pays You To Write

If i must tell you my main source of making money online, i will tell you that it is through writing. Many paid to post sites has come into existence but some also has gone into extinction because of some certain reasons.
So today i will be listing the top 5 websites you could get paid to write in 2016. They are very popular but i will be listing them in the order of their importance.

(1) Blogjob.com: This is an online community that was launched some few years ago and have rapidly increased in numbers. You must be surprised why blogjob should come first, it’s because it has more benefits that any other existing paid to post site.
It gathers almost all the features of any ptp site existing, and let’s take a look at it’s features:

  • You could get paid per visit with the help of pay-per-impression publishing platforms.
  • You can make money via amazon program and keep 100% of the money to yourself.
  • You can make money via google adsense, and you don’t have to share your hard earn money with anyone.
  • Blogjob also gives you 50 points for every blog post which can be converted into real cash.
  • Do you know any other means to make money from a real blog? You can implement it here on blogjob because @sheridan gives you a free personal blog to blog anything you want to blog about.

With all this you must have seen why blogjob.com deserves the number 1.

(2) iWriter.com: This is a freelancing site where writing jobs are advertised, and you can make upto $50 a day just with iwriter and one thing i like with them is that you can choose a minimum payout that suits you.

(3) Hubpages: With Huapages you can make money right from your laptop. You just have to write, place ads or aff-links between your post and make money. Though you have to share the money with Hubpages.

(4) Listverse.com: This is a company that pays you to write for them. They pay about $100 for each post but the disadvantage is that you can’t be sure weither your article is going to be accepted or not.

(5) Others: Other websites you might want to consider are: dailytwocents, personapaper, and the rest.

Do you have any sites that have not been listed? You can doso in the comment box.

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