Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Submitting to Associated Content

If you find yourself sitting around, reading all you can about earning money online you'll never make a cent. With some things (and this would be one of those things) you just have to jump right in.

My first leap into online income was in the form of writing for Associated Content (AC). I had read some great things about AC and (finally) decided to sign-up and start submitting. Content Producers (CP) are paid upfront for their content writing and published articles continue to earn Performance Payments per one thousand page views. Each one thousand page views will earn the CP $1.50. Although this doesn't sound like much, if you do it right AC can work very well for you. Keep in mind that you are writing content. People will be doing searches looking for information on a certain subject. If you plan your AC articles, titles, and keywords right then the search engines will point the searcher to your article. So, forget everything you learned in your Creative Writing classes and think like a searcher. Do your research by finding out what people are searching for now. If you are a fast, accurate writer it is possible to turn out between 10-12 articles per day.

To get started visit: http://www.associatedcontent.com/
To view my profile and articles click here.

Oh, and thanks for looking!

From time to time, I will link to my articles from this blog. Enjoy!

Jessica

1 comment:

j.lucy muses said...

"If you find yourself sitting around, reading all you can about earning money online you'll never make a cent."

Yup, that's me!

But I did jump in and now I'm drowning...

I don't know how I will ever write that much in one day... and I'm a writer not a searcher. What to do, what to do...