I know this website is mainly about blogging tips but the techniques you learn through blogging or reading blogging tips can easily be applied to many other models to create income.
Good thing for us, many of these other models can be done for absolutely free.
1. Ezine Articles
Ezine allows you to add 2 links to your signature.
Keyword research can be done using Google Keyword Tool and then you can get some affiliate links from a place like Clickbank, Neverblue, or Pepperjam and host them on a free landing page set up on somewhere such as Wetpaint, HubPages, or blogger (ok, that counts as a blog!).
You could also create a free report in the form of a pdf that could be downloaded. This could contain as many affiliate links as you see fit.
Hubpages allows you to create a “hub” where you can write, add images, polls, and many other modules. Some of these modules are monetized and they profit share.
This includes Adsense, eBay, and Amazon. So again do the keyword research, get the visits in from the search engines and start making some sales and clicks.
The best thing about Hubpages is that it’s free. You can also make money off your articles by writing, commenting, and clicking on ads. There are no limits to the number of pages you have. This is because Hubpages doesn’t limit monthly views for any writer.
I highly recommend HubPages for anyone who’s looking to build a following or just wants to write without limits. It’s also fun to use because it has so many different features, like the polls and the comments sections.
A major disadvantage of HubPages is that there’s a lot of advertisements, which can be bothersome at times.
Another thing to keep in mind is that the website may have minor glitches every now and then. For instance, I’ve had issues where some of my articles disappeared from my profile page. This glitch was resolved though because all of my articles are now back.
Squidoo is very similar and older than HubPages but a little more strict these days. However, play by the rule book and you can also take a slice of the pie from Adsense and eBay. It’s not uncommon to earn $10-$15 a month from a middle-level lens.
4. Associated Content
Associated Content offers small fees upfront for certain articles and pays over time depending on how many page views you get. It takes a while to get going but if you are a prolific writer then there is cash to be earned.
If you think you can create some decent viral videos then you may be able to earn some cash from YouTube. You can try joining their Partner Program or if you get a decent viral vid they may mail you directly about setting up AdSense sharing.
Alternatively, you can add affiliate URLs as comments to any videos that you make. If you are good at it this could work for product reviews or anything related.
Ehow offers a revenue share on How-To articles that you submit. They have good standing in Google so this could be a good way to start getting some quick revenue.
Ehow is a site that offers revenue share on how-to articles that you write. They also have good standing in Google which makes it a good way to start making some money quickly.
Dotdash’s publishing, commerce, and lead generation segments generate revenue primarily through advertiser relationships.
Advertisers may purchase advertising inventory on Dotdash sites either directly or through intermediaries such as advertising agencies, marketing service firms, or networks.
Advertisers typically pay Dotdash based on the cost per thousand (e.g., “CPM”) impressions delivered to their target audience.
For example, an advertiser may purchase $5,000 of ad space that will be viewed by 500,000 people. The advertiser would pay $10 ($5,000/1,000 x 500,000) for 1 million impressions delivered to its target audience.
Upwork is an outsourcing website that provides a space for businesses or individuals to outsource jobs to contractors or workers.
It is a great platform for those who are looking to save money on hiring employees. The website has acquired over 1 million contractors and 10 million registered freelancers across more than 700 categories of work worldwide.
Upwork accepts registration from countries around the world, including the US and Canada. However, certain features are limited to only a few countries.
Available jobs can be filtered by country as well as job type, making it easier to narrow down choices based on location or preferred occupation.
Like taking pictures? Well, istock offers you to become a contributor. When your images get downloaded you get a percentage.
You have to be a photographer of a decent standard for photos or a good vector / 3d artist but people like me download images from there on an almost daily basis so I know the user base is there.
iStock is a great way to get quality stock photography for free. You just have to sign up for their website, which is free, and you will have weekly access to one free photo, one free illustration, one free video, and one free audio clip every week!
iStock has a team of photographers who produce imagery across a vast number of subjects including science, travel and expeditions, architecture, fashion, and people.
iStock is an online leader in stock photography and is one of the best places to get premium royalty-free stock photos for free.
To receive your weekly download, you must be a member and logged in. If you do not log into your account every week then the downloads will not be added to your library or any further downloads will be restricted during the following week.
With ySense, you can earn up to $0.3 instant income for every referral as well as a 30% commission of any jobs your referrals complete.
In order to withdraw your earnings from ClixSense, you need to have at least $50 in your account. The more referrals you have, the more money you can earn from them with ClixSense!
Conclusion- Ways To Earn Online Without A Blog In 2023
Ok, this is blank as I want your input. Obviously, I can list a few more but I want to know which sites and methods you have had good luck with and any advice you have for people looking to make non-blog-powered cash online.
As I’ve mentioned, there are a lot of ways to make money online. But not all methods require you to have your own blog.
Some people opt for sites like Etsy and eBay while others may prefer freelancing on Upwork or Fiverr. You can even get paid by sharing links on social media if that’s something you enjoy doing! So what is the best method?
It really depends on who you ask and what they’re looking for in their work-life balance, but it’s important to remember that each person will be different so don’t compare yourself against other bloggers trying to find out which one is better than the other.
Thanks for reading.