So, you’ve been blogging for a while now and realize you are ready to starting getting paid! One of the best ways to make money blogging is to write paid posts, sometimes called sponsored posts. Here is a list of sites that will pay you to blog.
1. Social Spark
Social Spark is one of my favorites. You earn cash by writing sponsored posts. They provide the links and images so it is really easy and quick. You can set your own rate, negotiate, or accept the rate they offer to you. When I first started out, I accepted the rates they offered and am now able to negotiate a lot and get a rate I deserve since I have higher traffic on my blog now.
LinkWorth offers text link ads, paid blog reviews, in-text links, in-content pay per click ads, rotating text ads, hosted content pages, article submission, directory submission and many more.
3. Sponsored Reviews
Sponsored Reviews are looking for bloggers who are opinionated, honest and entertaining to write informative reviews of their advertisers’ products, services and websites. You use your own writing style to write positive reviews or to provide constructive criticism.
4. Review Me
You control what you review at Review Me and you get paid $20 – $200 to review products and services on your site. You control what you review. The price you are paid is determined on many factors such as traffic and link popularity on your blog.
5. Wise Bread
Wise Bread is perfect for bloggers that write about personal finance or frugal living. You can share your knowledge with devoted readers and earn money for your writing! You gain greater exposure, freedom and flexibility.
At Squidoo, create a collection of the things you know and love called a lens. The lens carries Google Adsense ads, which generates royalties!
7. Loud Launch
LoudLaunch helps you easily increase your search engine rankings through targeted blog reviews that send relevant one-way links back to your site. You can do your own research if you have a blog that matches an advertiser’s campaign and write about it in exchange for fair pay.
Helium is great for good writers that write often because you earn a share of the advertising money and can get recognition and rewards.
9. Digital Journal
Become a Citizen Journalists and compete for a share of the cash pot of advertising revenue. The more you write and contribute, the more you can earn.
10. Creative Weblogging
Creative Weblogging provides high quality editorial written by staff writers. They work with 200+ freelance writers who are journalists, bloggers, consultants and always experts in their respective field.
Blogsvertise assigns you writing tasks for advertising. They select what you will mention on your blog. You can accept or decline. I haven’t had a lot of luck getting paid much on these, but that doesn’t mean you will have the same problem.
Get your own FREE blog on BlogBurner and just post to your blog – and get paid. So here’s how it works:
- You create an account with BlogBurner.
- You create an account with Google Adsense.
- You login and write content to your “blog” on the BlogBurner site.
- You try to write as often as you can.
- They publish your content to their site.
- They serve ads on the pages that have your content.
- Half the time you make money on the ads. Half the time they do.
13. Be a Guide on About.com
Contribute to About.com as a Guide, Topic Writer or Video Producer.
Make money blogging! PayPerPost lets you pick your advertisers, name your own price and negotiate your own deals. You can get paid to blog on virtually any subject.
Shvoong is your place for Summaries & Reviews about everything! You can also share your knowledge and Earn Money!