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Cooking and Rotating Accounts

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by xx Elvis xx, Sep 21, 2009.

  1. xx Elvis xx

    xx Elvis xx Newbie

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    I am definitely seeing that the amount of pageviews per article is affecting my pay rates. If an account starts getting 1.00 an article and you let it go for a few weeks without submitting to it, the pay will rise again.

    This leads me to the Idea of Cooking accounts.
    I have seen that a few of my articles get me a ton of pageviews, but the articles that I get that are cheap and consistently get paid for get hardly any pageviews.

    The idea is to take a popular topic, like acne for instance and submitted them to a couple of fresh accounts. Submit 20 or 25 of these high PV articles and just let the account sit for weeks/months until you use up your current accounts. Then the pageviews will already be up and you will get paid more for the easy to aquire but poor performing articles.


    Also I was wondering about rotating accounts.

    Does anyone know if you can make more than 500 dollars per account before needing to be w9 verified if you do this....

    Submit Say 300 dollars worth of articles on an account. Lets say you reached this mark in july. Could you start submitting 300 dollars more worth of articles in july of the next year? If you did this you would earn steady page views while the accounts were sitting, and you would already have high clout and pageviews when you started the next year, ensuring top pay.

    I know it says if you make more than 500 yearly you need to w9 verify and was just wondering if thats really what they mean or if they mean make more than 500 per account