- Revenue sharing forum
A revenue sharing forum shares earnings with its members since without members there wouldn't be a forum. This is usually done with some kind of affiliate program such as
AdSense. There would be AdSense advert blocks around the forum. If you reply in a topic you will be entered in a rotator of who's AdSense block shows up and you will earn some of the revenuecoming from that topic.
It can also be done by paid to post. Paid to posts usually pay every month. They take total earnings and choose a percent of it that gets paid to members. Once they know how much they want to pay to members they divide that number by the number of posts. Then they award each member money or points for each post that they have.
* You must have an
AdSenseaccount through Google.
* You must have at least 50 total posts within the forum to participate (once you reach that level, the ads displayed from that point forward are retroactively applied to all the threads you started or participated in).
* For threads you start, your
AdSenseclient ID will be used 50% of the time when the thread is viewed as a thread.
AdSenseclient ID will be used 50% of the time when the thread is viewed by post (and you made the post).
Above are some of the restrictions for participating in
Different revenue sharing sites has different ratios and restrictions. Some forums show 50% ads from the users while some show 50% ads for charity purposes.
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