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Questions in regards to AC payments?

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by nazareth1983, Oct 15, 2010.

  1. nazareth1983

    nazareth1983 Registered Member

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    Firstly I'd like to thank everyone for all the amazing post I've read over the last 2 months, if it wasn't for BlackHate I'd still be making $0.00 a month online. The advice I found on the forums, helped a lot.

    My only issue so far is lack of payments. My articles have a high acceptance rate like 17 out of 20 get accepted, and out of the last 3 I can normally at least do a quick edited and get 2 of the 3 to pass the editors.

    I did managed to find my niche that?s averaging me between 3.10 and 4.10 an article I was getting from the high 1 dollar to low 2 dollar offers previously. Still looking for a higher paying niche but I'm sure everyone else is as well lol.

    Anyway back on topic, I fail to see how anyone can make over $100.00 per day or average even close to that with the slow pace of acceptance at least on my end. I went from clout 1 to 4 in the last 30 days and have nearly 900 views on my current articles, I have 32 published all but 2 got upfront payment.

    I still have over 30 articles waiting to be viewed on their end. So to sum it all up, it seems AC is only offering roughly 60 payments a month to me and my submission could easily surpass that.

    I'm happy with their speedy payments to my PayPal account, but the current online income is not going to replace my day job sadly.

    If I got more views and had a higher clout status would this improve my acceptance rate on articles? Should I focus on getting traffic to my articles, Outside of the SEO done to them?

    Thanks in advance to anyone that can shed some insight on this questions. I welcome all positive feedback. Please no negative post in regards to my questions. I don't want this to be a flame on how I should of searched the forum harder.

    Best Regards,
    Nazareth
     
  2. schrute

    schrute Regular Member

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    I think you need to keep spinning those articles.
     
  3. RedMango

    RedMango Power Member

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    I'd stray away from AC. Build a Wordpress site and do some good keyword research. Slap Adsense on there or follow TVison10's article marketing thread using ClickBank (it's in the CB section of the forum).

    You don't want to just throw your nicely written articles at AC for them to make money and you take 0.0001% of the revenue.
     
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  4. nazareth1983

    nazareth1983 Registered Member

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    Thanks for the advice; my content is all 100% unique and not copied, spun etc. I do like seeing that my SEO is decent enough to draw in natural traffic to my articles. Been seeing an average of 80 to 90 views per day, for the past 3 days, which I find encouraging for a future blog. I just lack the knowledge of how to assemble one using wordpress, I have a hostgator account currently active and several domain names.

    I'd love to add a blog to my daily routine for sure, and test the waters using adsense and affiliate links. I have 3 affiliate accounts, adsense account, and Amazon Associates account active.

    Was also considering a website that ghost writes and does articles.

    Nazareth
     
  5. RedMango

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    test it with a HubPage account and add some Clickbank products in there. Check out Tvision10's making money through article marketing thread on here. There's loads of things to do, especially if you're getting 80-90 views a day. That could be around $10-15 Adsense as it stands per day. Scale it up and keep on writing then $100+ is easily achievable.
     
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