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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

This is the Frequently Asked Questions document for Earnwrite.com.  If you have just joined Earnwrite and are looking for a getting started guide, read the Getting Started With Earnwrite article.

Can I Put my Articles on this Site and Other Sites Also?

For best results you should not put the same article on multiple sites, search engines will downrank your articles if you post them in multiple locations.  If your significantly change your existing articles before posting them, you may avoid being downranked.  You may not plagarize or publish articles that are not your own work.

What are the Requirements to Publish an Article?

An article must conain at least 250 words and must be your own work or the copyright is held by you.

These are the bare minimum requirements.; We recommend that you write well organized informative articles free of gramatical and spelling errors.  Articles that are longer than the minimum and contain lots of targeted information are more likely to be discovered by readers using search engines.

For detailed information on article requirements read the Article Quality and Publication Standards article.

Why was my Article Rejected?

Unfortunately many people will submit low quality articles to try to get lots of views, hits or a big presence on the site; however, this is counter productive.  Lots of low quality articles will result in a low website ranking in search engines and will cause readers to look elsewhere for the information they desire.  Thus some articles will by reviewers if they do not meet our quality standards.

When an article is rejected a generic reason code will be supplied and sometimes additional information will be provided.  Once you fix the problems identified and bring your article into compliance, you may re-submit it and it may be approved.  

What is the 10 Article Bonus

The 10 article bonus refers to the boost you get in ad your percentage ad views once you publish 10 articles on Earnwrite.com. See the description of the Publisher Level below for more information on the bonus. 

How do I get Paid?

You are paid through advertising services that you have set up.  When you enter a publisher id in your account profile, a portion of the ads shown on your articles will contain your publisher id. If you do not have a publisher account the following article will lists the currently suppored advertising services:

Getting Started with Earnwrite

We may add support for other advertising services in the future.  If you do not enter your publisher ids into your profile, you will not earn income from your articles.  Earnwrite does not track your earnings or issue payments.

What are the Current Ad Sharing Percentages?

Introductory Level

50% of advertisements will contain your publisher id

Publisher Level (The 10 Article Bonus)

When you have 10 quality articles published on earnwrite.com, the percentage of advertisements with your publisher id will go up to 80%

If you publish 10 articles and each of those articles gets 100 views a week, then you would have your ads displayed 800 (.8 X 10 X 100) times.?  If your clickthrough rate is 3% and you earned $.25 on each click. You would have earned $6.00 from your articles.

Once you reach Publisher Level, you may also reqest to be a reviewer.  Reviewers have the special priveledge of being able to review and approve other authors articles and can help drive the growth and productivity of the site.

Referral Bonus

For every person you refer to earnwrite.com, your publisher id will appear in 10% of their articles advertisements.

Advertisement percentages are rewarded individually by article.  For example if you have two articles published and the first one has 100 views and the second one earned 10 views then you would have your ads presented in 50 of the views for the first article and 5 views of the second article. If you were referred to the site by someone, the person who referred you would have their ads presented 10 times in the first article and 1 time in the second article.

If you refer 10 people to us and each of them writes 10 articles, you would earn 10 percent of the ad views on all 100 of those articles. If each of those 100 articles got 100 views in a week you would have had your ad placed in 10 percent of those 10,000 page views or 1,000 times.  If your click through rate were 3% and you earned $.25 on each click you would earn (30 X .25) or $7.50 in referral income in addition to the income you earn off of your won articles.

Do I Lose Ad Views if I was Referred by Someone Else?

No, referral ad view percentages do not come from your ad percentages - so it does not hurt to be referred by someone.  The referral program is designed to reward you if you refer other active publishers to us. 

What is my Click-Through Rate and Amount Earned on Each Click?

This information is available through the advertising networks that you have signed up to use. If you have put your publisher id in the system, you would log into your advertising service account console to check your clickthrough rate and amount earned.

How can I Suggest New Features to be Included on Earnwrite.com?

You can use the feedback tool located along the side of earnwrite.com to submit user suggestions. Suggestions can also be voted on and tracked with this tool.

 

 

About This Article

This article is part of Earnwrite's help articles.  Other Help articles include the Getting Started Guide and FAQ.  You may also view a list of all help articles.

Earnwrite.com allows you share your knowledge with others by writing high quality articles and earn income by participating in an advertising revenue sharing program.

earnwrite has a website at www.earnwrite.com

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Comments (14):

Rating: 4294967289 Up Down FlagCashmere LashkariCashmere Lashkari said... on Fri, 05 Feb 2010 09:32
What is the minimum word count of the articles?

Rating: 1 Up Down Flagearnwriteearnwrite said... on Sat, 06 Feb 2010 03:00
Articles must be at least 250 words long.

Rating: 4294967285 Up Down Flagalferd17alferd17 said... on Tue, 09 Feb 2010 02:44
what if i don't have adsense yet? Would I still be paid?

Rating: 4294967295 Up Down Flagearnwriteearnwrite said... on Thu, 11 Feb 2010 23:54
Since you are paid by the ad service and not by earnwrite.com, you must enter either your adsense publisher id or another supported ad service account id in order to be paid.

Rating: 4294967295 Up Down Flagvarronvarron said... on Sat, 06 Mar 2010 20:28
can i associate another affiliate advertising programs in my articles here such as infolinks text ads?

Rating: 4294967291 Up Down Flagvarronvarron said... on Sun, 07 Mar 2010 17:47
can i use infolinks text ads here (www.infolinks.com)

Rating: 4294967291 Up Down Flagearnwriteearnwrite said... on Mon, 08 Mar 2010 08:51
Currently infolinks is not supported; additionally users may not run thier own advertisements, doing so is a violation of the terms of service. However, we are considering making infolinks and other advertising programs available on this service.

Rating: 4294967295 Up Down Flagearnwriteearnwrite said... on Thu, 15 Apr 2010 02:34
infolinks is now supported along with other ad networks.

Rating: 4294967293 Up Down Flaghomeandautohomeandauto said... on Tue, 04 May 2010 07:41
Thank you for adding infolinks support.

Rating: 4294967290 Up Down Flagclementclement said... on Mon, 17 May 2010 10:08
how can i access my profile page to know if my ID is working?

Rating: 4294967295 Up Down Flagearnwriteearnwrite said... on Sat, 26 Jun 2010 12:54
You can access your profile by clicking the "Home" link after logging in, or by clicking your username on any page.

Rating: 4294967282 Up Down Flagsantosh99santosh99 said... on Thu, 30 Dec 2010 13:09
hello sir, i am not getting page views in my adsense account and i got more than 50 views for my artical tell me what happen?

Rating: 4294967283 Up Down Flagearnwriteearnwrite said... on Fri, 31 Dec 2010 09:03
Assuming you have your publisher-id setup in your Earnwrite.com account correctly, you will still need to setup a URL Channel in your Adsense account if you want to see Earnwrite.com appear in your Adsense reports.

Rating: 4294967295 Up Down Flagearnwriteearnwrite said... on Fri, 31 Dec 2010 09:06
See my articles on "How to Get a Google Adsense Publisher ID" and "How To Add a Earnwrite Channel to Adsense" for more information and resources on using Channels to see your Earnwrite.com earnings in Adsense.

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