Is Squidoo Profitable?
Have you heard of Squidoo? I found this blogging platform after searching for more ways to make money online by writing at home. Upon the initial discovery I read many stories of wild success, so I was quick to sign up and try it out.
For about six months I have had an account on Squidoo. It is supposed to be a profitable online blogging platform. Squidoo partners with other online entities by providing affiliate links to Amazon, eBay, Zazzle, CafePress, Etsy, and so much more allow writers to earn commissions when sales are made.
Sounds great, right? Well, to be honest with you I have had a hard time with Squidoo. I like to see results quickly…but I think this platform is more of a long-term thing. I enjoy writing “lenses” as they are called on Squidoo, but I quickly lost interest after I first signed up.
Well, Squidoo didn’t forget about me! Thankfully I have decided to take part in a training session of sorts called “RocketSquids Bootcamp.” It is great because I’m learning how to use the platform better and how to make more profitable lenses. This past week we were directed to create a product review.
Product review articles are the most profitable because you can provide direct links to the products in a professional-looking manner. My article focused on the Best Horse Supplements in my opinion and experience. You can check out my product review here and let me know what you think, any honest feedback is appreciated!
Although the point of this type of article is to sell a product and earn a commission, I don’t really feel like I am a sales person so to speak. I just wrote about supplements because I felt that I could give an honest review of the products I mentioned.
Have you tried Squidoo? If not, would you?
- Drive Traffic to Your Website With Squidoo (sendblaster.com)
- Do You Squidoo? (iknowwhathuntsyou.wordpress.com)
- 8 Tips How To Make Money With Squidoo For Your Internet Home Business Opportunity (ngap.net)
- Q&A: Seth Godin Says the Profitable Squidoo Has Grown 50 Percent in the Last 6 Months (allthingsd.com)
Posted on February 20, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged Amazon, animals, article, CafePress, creative writing, EBay, happy, horses, money, reflection, Seth Godin, Squidoo, unique, writing, Zazzle. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.