Tools For Bloggers You May Have Missed 3 great places to be paid for your content

Brave rewards from the browser

Brave Rewards is built on the Basic Attention Token (BAT), a new way to value attention, connecting users, content creators, and advertisers.
When you join Brave Rewards, your browser will automatically start tallying (only on your device’s local storage) the attention you spend on sites you visit. Once a month, Brave Rewards will send the corresponding amount of BAT, divided up based on your attention, from your local browser-based wallet to the sites you’ve visited. You can remove sites you don’t want to support, and tip creators directly too.
All of this is anonymous: nobody (not even us here at Brave) can see who supported which sites. We can only count up the total support for each site and send the BAT their way. Content creators can use our partner Uphold to convert the BAT they earn into a currency of their choosing.

So just by signing up you get paid for using the browser service.

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Patreon The Subscription Service


A service for creators where you can easily sign up readers as subscribers. It doesn’t have to be a replacement for your blog. By setting up as a supplement to your website, you can offer some content to only be available by paying readers. It’s easy to use and very useful.
For creators, Patreon is a way to get paid for creating the things you’re already creating (webcomics, videos, songs, whatevs). Fans pay a few bucks per month OR per post you release, and then you get paid every month, or every time you release something new. Learn more about becoming a creator on Patreon HERE.

For patrons, Patreon is a way to join your favorite creator’s community and pay them for making the stuff you love. Instead of literally throwing money at your screen (trust us, that doesn’t work), you can now pay a few bucks per month or per post that a creator makes. For example, if you pay $2 per video, and the creator releases 3 videos in February, then your card gets charged a total of $6 that month. This means the creator gets paid regularly (every time she releases something new), and you become a bonafide, real-life patron of the arts. That’s right–Imagine you, in a long frilly white wig, painted on a 10-foot canvas on the wall of a Victorian mansion. And imagine your favorite creators making a living doing what they do best… because of you.

Vocal Website To Post Content Similiar To Medium. Earn Views And Tips.


Another great place to post articles and get paid for your content. Vocal rewards its users on a CPM (cost per thousand) basis; more commonly known as “reads.” The more reads your post receives, the more you are compensated. Therefore, the more you promote your post through our community, your social networks, friends and family, the more reads you’ll have in your account. Once you accumulate $35 in your Vocal account, you can withdraw the money via Stripe (more below). Vocal Media is a platform to support, discover and reward creators, offering narrative tools and engaged communities so that creators can be discovered and finance their creativity. Once an account is opened, it is free to open an account as a content creator.
Have you tried these sites? What has your experience been? Share your thoughts below.

2 thoughts on “3 Tools For Earning Money From Your Blog”

  1. I hadn’t heard of the Brave one before, so I took a look. Seems you get paid as a creator through one of two different cryptocurrency payment methods, but I’d never heard of either of them. Not that I know anything about cryptocurrency anyway

    1. I do not know anything about crypto currency either. I have two accounts now that are collecting it. I looked into a wallet to convert it. But I guess the way I look at it is I’m posting anyway I might as well collect where I can.

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