Get paid to write

by KwelX

Did you know that you can use Wizzley to get paid to write?

Make money by writing for Wizzley

I've tried writing for many sites including Hubpages, Squidoo and many more. I recently started writing for Wizzley and I must say that I'm very impressed so far, although I am still waiting for my Wizzley earnigs to catch up to my Squidoo revenue. This first thing that caught my eye was the straight forward interface of Wizzley. Just plain writing. Once you sign up for Wizzley then getting started is easy. You simply go to the top right corner and click "Create a Page". That's it.

 

Thankfully, Wizzley has strict writing standards. Wizzley strictly enforces it's NO DUPLICATE content rule as well as a minimun 400 word requirement per page. These requirements will keep spam and junk out and bring more attention to your valuable writing. Both people and search engines such as Google want too see high quality writing.

Now that you've created your page on Wizzley you can access the most important features of Wizzley, their statistics and analytics.

Most every writing site can give you a visitor overview, telling you how many hits you are getting etc. Wizzley takes this a step further by telling you which of your modules are getting clicks. This is extremely helpful when targeting a product or feature in your writing. You can actually get feedback to see what your visitors are looking for when then are visiting your Wizzley page.

Questions about Wizzley

I'm sure that you have many questions about Wizzley. I know that I did. Wizzley has a great FAQ section that will answer most of your questions. They clearly state their writing requirements as well as methods to get paid to write. To further assist you, you can also interact with other fellow Wizzley writers in their forum. 

Getting paid on Wizzley

Wizzley offers a variety of ways for you to get paid to write. In addition to getting paid by adsense, Wizzley also offers modules like Amazon, Zazzle, and AllPosters as well as others to help monetize your page creation. Thier ease of use and professional layout ensure that your page stays professional looking and the added modules don't detract from your writing. In the end, isn't your page really about the writing?

Wizzley Modules

Here's a list of the current Wizzley modules:

  • Text
  • Images
  • YouTube
  • Flickr
  • Poll
  • Duel
  • Link list
  • Download
  • Google Maps
  • Wikipedia
  • Blogs
  • Feeds
  • Article list
  • Code
  • Contents
  • Space
  • eBay
  • Amazon
  • AllPosters
  • Zazzle
  • Comments

Join Wizzley

Now that you've read about Wizzley and you see what's Buzzing on Wizzley, it's time to join Wizzley.

I'm glad that I did. I hope you enjoy writing for Wizzley like I do.

Updated: 10/16/2011, KwelX
 
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adrianna72 on 08/17/2013

the problem with some of these types of websites like Wizzley & HubPages is that you need to have all of those affiliates like Adesense etc to actually get paid. And you need some good articles or at least 10 or more to get approved. Thats tough!..especially for a beginner like me. Squidoo, on the other is great! they split the pot. You donèt necessarily need to have all of that. Which is less pressure..I think

KwelX on 10/16/2011

hamshi5433 you are correct, Squidoo DOES in fact pay very well and deserves credit where credit is due. I have removed the phrase in question too :)

hamshi5433 on 10/16/2011

Hey I really like this review about Wizzley. We all love Wizzley but Squidoo was the intial reason why Wizzley now exists.
" No added, quests, points or other hoopla. "
Your words about Squidoo sounds as if Squidoo is not reliable for making money online..Lots of us make decent monthly income on Squidoo. And I love the monster points, quests etc, why? It is so encouraging!
It will be nice if you could change that phrase about Squidoo please.

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