You may come across many image hosting or image sharing sites whereby you get to host your picture online for free. The two most popular image hosting sites are Imageshack and Photobucket. But hold on a second, I am not going to talk about these two image hosting sites. There are nothing to talk with. Because my blog is about making money online. So back to the main subject - Making Money Online! How to make money online with image hosting site? Well, I am about to answer you. Please proceed.
Share-a-Pic, The pic sharing site that gives back.
Shareapic is just like Imageshack and Photobucket, you get to upload and host images on Shareapic servers. But what makes shareapic different from others? The different is you get paid for it. Shareapic has a unique revenue sharing model that compensates users for directing their friends and family to see their hosted images. When a member hosts a gallery, they can then show this gallery to others. Each time this is done, the member is paid.
How Much Can You Earn?
Earnings vary each month based off the amount of income Shareapic generates from advertising. Once this number is finalized a percentage of that is distributed throughout Shareapic members depending on how many image views they have accrued.
Make More Money
A good news for Google Adsense's publishers, Shareapic also allows you to add your Google Adsense code to your image and gallery pages. This means that every time someone clicks a text link on one of your pages, you earn money through your Adsense account. This mean you get the earnings from Shareapic and Adsense as well.
Where to go from here?
If you have a paypal account, a google adsense account ( optional ) and want to make extra money just by showing your images to people, then I suggest you to join Shareapic.
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