Does Writedge Pay? Payment Proof

by AlexandriaIngham

Does Writedge pay? It's a question that many people have. Here's my payment proof to show that it really is a site worth writing on.

Something that many people are asking right now is whether Writedge pays or not. Writedge is a relatively new site—just over a year old—and people are worried. It makes sense considering the amount of scam sites out there.

So, does Writedge pay? I have payment proof that it really does pay—and pay on time, too!

Payments on the 2nd of the Month

Writedge pays on the 2nd of the month, every month without fail.

As long as you’ve reached the payment threshold, you will receive your payment on the 2nd of the month. The payment is done with a 30 day delay, so the payment I received on December 2 was for October’s pay. November’s pay will arrive on January 2, and so on.

Some people are disappointed by the delay, but there is a legitimate reason for this. The site owners have to get the payment from advertisers before they pay to their writers. Otherwise, they are in a negative balance, and the site simply cannot last that long paying out like that. This is especially the case when there are other payments for the site that need to be made.

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Once you start making the minimum threshold each month, you will receive a payment each month, so it’s not that bad. And Writedge is not the only site to pay that way. HubPages, InfoBarrel and even Google AdSense operate on similar payment methods.

What Is the Minimum Threshold for Writedge?

Just how much do you need to earn to get paid? Not as much as you would think.

Does WRitedge Pay?The good news is you don’t need to wait too long to receive your payment. Unlike some sites that require you to wait until you reach $25 or even $50, Writedge pays once you reach just $5. That means you need a minimum of 1,000 unique views per month because the site pays half a cent for each unique view.

It is possible to reach that in one month—and reach it every month. I reach that and more on a monthly basis and did it from August 2014. I only joined the site in April 2014. It’s the best paying site I’ve been on in a long time, and I’ve not worried about receiving my pay once.

Where’s the Payment Proof that Writedge Pays?

Still want the proof that Writedge pays? Okay then!

I know that you want to see this, so here it is. This is proof that I was paid this month.

Writedge payment proof October 2014




All payments come through PayPal—that is the only way Writedge pays at the moment. I’m not sure if there are plans to introduce other methods, but right now PayPal is working for all. There are now payments that come off, as the site incurs them, so you get the full amount that you are promised at the end of each month.

Is Writedge a Scam? Certainly Not!

If you're still worried that Writedge is a scam, here's a little more information about the site.

This is not a revenue-sharing site that is a scam. In fact, I believe it is one of the best writing sites out there.

While the pay seems a little low to start with, the amount quickly accumulates. I received $18.05 yesterday for October’s views. That was up from $9.93 from September’s views. November’s view count was slightly lower, but I did have a week off writing so for that week alone, the income was fully residual.

Residual income with Writedge is possible, too. There is one writer who has barely written anything for the site for the last few months for various reasons, but she is still at the top of the leaders for unique views. She has a few great articles still sitting in good positions on Google, so continually gets more people clicking to read her stuff!

The admin team also listens to the writers. After all, it is the writers who make the site. The owners are writers first, so understand what other writers want from a revenue-share site. That’s one of the best things about Writedge.

I wholly encourage people to sign up. When people ask me “does Writedge pay?” I instantly tell them the truth. It does pay and more importantly it pays on time. I have the proof of that.

Updated: 12/03/2014, AlexandriaIngham
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Guest on 12/07/2014

Thanks Alexandria. Good to hear it's working for you. I may well look into that and DailyTwoCents at some time next year. After my recent timewasting endeavors with Tsu, I'm not inclined to jump into anything new at the moment. But it does sound as if payout is easier to achieve than with Tsu and with it being through PayPal, easier for international writers to benefit.

MBC on 12/04/2014

I write there too, but only have a couple of articles and have only been there since Squidoo went belly up. Nice to know you do get paid.

Mira on 12/04/2014

Thank you, Alexandria!

AlexandriaIngham on 12/04/2014

You're welcome, Nelda.

WriterArtist, it really does depend on the topics like with Wizzley. I was earning from day one with Writedge, and most of the time got to about $2 with just a handful of articles. It was in August when I was getting close to 100 that I really started meeting the threshold each month.

Mira, I'm on just over 170 articles at the moment. Hoping to reach 200 by the end of the year. It does work, and I think the fact that it is pay per view rather than through ads makes it more favourable for writers.

Mira on 12/03/2014

I didn't even know about Writeedge. Good to hear it's out there and it works. How many articles have you written there so far?

WriterArtist on 12/03/2014

I will keep this in mind. Right now I am trying to make Wizzley work for me. This certainly is useful information. How many articles do you need to write before you start getting paid?

Nelda_Hoxie on 12/03/2014

I've been wondering about writedge. Thanks for writing this.

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