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One of the ways of making money online is blogging or writing articles for money. So due to a popular demand here’s a list of websites that pay you to write or blog:

1) Sponsored Reviews

2) Review Me

3) Link Post

4) Smorty

5) Shvoong

6) 451 Press

7) About.com

8 ) Blog Burner

9) Blogger Wave

10) Blogitive

11) Blog to Profit

12) BOTW Media

13) Creative Webblogging

14) Day Tipper

15) Digital Journal

16) In Blog Ads

17) Laud Launch

18 ) Weblogs Inc

19) Reviewstream

20) Textbroker

21) Hubpages

22) Bukisa

23) Squidoo

24) Triond

25) Helium

26) Reviewparty

27) Starreviews

28) Infobarrel

29) Xomba

30) Best reviewer

31) Bukisa

32) Wikinut

PS. List will be updated.

So once again we tackle one of the most important questions for all of you internet writers – how to write good titles. This time let’s look at some tips for what a good title should have.

Benefits for the Readers

The idea behind this is very simple – write titles, which show benefits that you have in store for your readers or website visitors. For instance, if you write about earning money using google AdSense, don’t write a title, which sounds boring and doesn’t include anything for the reader. For example, a title like Earning Money With Your Website Using Google AdSense is bad, because it’s boring and it doesn’t show how the reader could benefit from your article or website. Thus it’s better to write something like Learn to Earn Some Sweet Cash With Google AdSense. It sounds natural, easy to remember and it shows how readers can benefit from your website.

3 Page Rule

So how do you check if your title is not too common (after all, there’s nothing worse than a tittle, which is overused)? Use the so-called 3 Page Rule – check your title in Google and see how many pages of identical or very similar titles there are. If there are almost no identical titles – it’s a green light for your title.

So that’s all for today, thanks for reading!

PS. after writing this stuff I realised that the title of this whole series is also not perfect. Yeah it’s interesting, and eye-catching having in mind that it’s about internet marketing. However, from the title alone you can’t tell what the post is all about. Hey, but that’s not the end of the world, because there’s such a thing as tags, which will clearly indicate what your post is all about. So I guess a final tip for you is innovation > information for titles.

Everyone knows that in order to get traffic you have to produce great quality content, but is it always the most important thing? Another important way of getting traffic is, of course, producing a lot of content. So what is more important – quality or quantity? The answer is – it depends.

It depends on what kind of content you create, what popularity your website, articles or blog has and how much free time do you have. But one thing is constant – you have to create a lot of content as well as good content.

One of the biggest enemies of new bloggers or website creators is a constant feeling that they are wasting their time, when they get no traffic. And the reasons or natural, new bloggers usually are obsessed with creating quality content. Whereas sometimes quantity is as important as quality.

It’s important to catch your fan base and constant traffic by updating your blog or website regularly. The best way to do this is to create as much content as possible early on. That means that it’s always a good idea to create shorter and good posts than very good but only a few.

If you’re like most of the bloggers or website creators you will not get thousands of views for one great article, thus, it’s always important to write many articles or posts. Of course, that doesn’t mean you have to write bad quality content.

The best way is to find a harmony between writing a lot of articles or posts and writing with quality. From what I experienced and found out, the best way to do this is making a schedule of when you will write specific articles. For instance, every weekday you can write short posts on your blog, whereas on weekends explode with a great big article. Another way is creating article series or blog categories – some for short and simple posts and articles, others for long posts, which need a lot of research and so on.

All in all, the best way to find out what works best for you is by a little experiment. Try writing short simple articles and posts for a week and then switch to more serious stuff for the following week. Then, after all of this work, check which week is more succesful. Thanks for reading!

Links: 1) How to Write Good Titles

2) Beuty of SEO

3) Choosing the Right Category of Articles