• Content and Copywriting

    List My 5 Update

    Share this...FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedin A while back I wrote a post on the relatively new revenue share site List My 5. At first I was doing really well. I was doing so well with earnings, in fact, that I decided to make it one of my New Year’s resolutions to put a lot of effort into this site so that I can see maximum earnings. Well, that all changed when Google’s Panda update crashed most residual earning site’s mojo. Yep, List My 5 was definitely hit hard, at least, my lists were. Others are reporting a severe drop in earnings at the site, too. I guess that site gets crossed off my…

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    So Which Keywords Will Work For Your Residual Income Articles?

    Share this...FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedin Figuring out which keywords will make the most money for residual income articles is difficult. The best way I’ve found to test out ideas is to use a site that caters to short articles. I used to use eHow for this, but now that their writing program has shut down I’ve moved on to using List My 5.  My earnings there have been comparable, plus the site is laid out a lot like the old eHow. These articles take about 10 minutes to write, tops, so they are quick. Very little effort to see which of my ideas are hits and misses. Once I know, I use the…

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    List My 5 Residual Income Site Review

    Share this...FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedin I’ve heard a lot of good things about List My 5 residual income site from other writers, so I decided to give it a try. This site focuses on articles that are in list form, like “Top 5 Best 2010 Movies.” As you may have guessed, each article has to have five things in the list. Here are some more specifics about the site: There is a 125 word count minimum to each article.  The site doesn’t glitch like most residual income sites. You can add links to other residual income articles, even if they are on other sites. They have a $10.00 threshold, like most residual income…