Get Backlinks While Increasing Your Adsense and Affiliate Revenue

If you own a website or blog you know how much work it takes to create backlinks and get quality traffic. This is where Adsense revenue sharing websites can help. Simply write useful and entertaining articles (containing links to your site) and submit them to user-generated content sites that offer Adsense revenue sharing. You build up a library of quality articles on external sites with links that point to your main website and you make money from the advertising impressions.

The list below reviews six publishing platforms that give you a share of their Adsense impressions. They also give you the freedom to place links in the body of an article (including affiliate links) so you can direct readers to relevant material on your own websites. Keep in mind that all your contributions to these sites must meet their quality guidelines and must not be overly promotional (spam).

Under their basic revenue sharing system, HubPages gives contributors 60% of the Amazon and Adsense impressions on their articles. If contributors enroll in the HP Ads Program, they will receive a 60% cut of all the advertising impressions at the expense of Adsense impressions.

HubPages is one of the most established Adsense revenue sharing sites where contributors can post product reviews, creative works, and other types of entertaining and useful articles. Links are allowed within the text, but no more than two per domain. Moderators actively police the site for sub-par content.

Info Barrel is a newer revenue sharing website similar to HubPages. Infobarrel gives a generous Adsense cut to its contributors--75%. Writers who post articles on Info Barrel can add link-bearing signatures to their posts, and place links within the body of their articles (including affiliate links). The formatting is very open, and writers are free to organize the headings, choose font styles, and embed images according to their preferences.

Info Barrel offers Amazon modules as well as revenue sharing with Chitika. Your first ten articles are moderated.

Seekyt gives contributors 70% of the Adsense and Amazon capsule impressions. Authors can choose one of four ad layouts for each article so they can maximize their earning potential. For example, and article with multiple pictures would be better served by the banner layout, while a piece with several paragraphs would work well with the staggered ad block layout. Links are allowed within the body of an article and your first three submissions are moderated.

Wizzley shares 50% of the Adsense and Amazon capsule impressions with authors who have less than 50 live articles. Contributors who post 50-99 articles receive 55% of the impressions. And authors with 100 or more articles get a 60% share. Wizzley has an attractive layout and easy-to-use editor that lets writers can choose some of the design elements. Non-affiliate links are allowed within the body of an article and your first ten submissions are moderated for quality checks.

Snipsly has the most generous revenue percentage for writers: 80%. Unlike other croud-sourced content sites that enforce minimum article lengths, Snipsly contributors can post short pieces so long as they offer something valuable to the reader. Links are allowed with the body of of an article, including affiate links. There are no separate modules for promoting Amazon products. Your first one or two articles are moderated by the site administrators.

Bukisa is an article directory that switched to a Google Adsense revenue sharing model. Writers earn ad revenue by submitting useful and entertaining articles that meet Bukisa's editorial standards.

There is a blank article template and a step-by-step How-To template so you can choose the most appropriate way to organize a piece. Author profile pages allow contributors to post additional links to other websites or their most popular articles.

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