Friday, August 7, 2009

Paid To : Share Files

If you are a blogger or webmaster who constantly needs to share documents, images, videos and even large executable files, it is best to get yourself an online file sharing account where you can host your files and easily share them with others. Not only will you be able to access your files from any computer, but these programs also allows you to earn through a Pay-per-Download or Pay-Per-Impression. Here are some of these programs and a brief description of each.

Paid Per Download:

File Factory: You can upload movies, music, documents, images, zip files and more. Absolutely any file in any format can be uploaded and downloaded for free. They allow up to a massive 300MB for each file you upload. There are no limits to the number of times a file can be downloaded. They have a generous Rewards Program where you can earn up to $10 for every 1,000 downloads, with no payout caps. Simply start uploading and get paid for each eligible download.

KewlShare: Whenever you need to send a file that is too large for e-mail, or fi you want to access personal data from a variety of computers and don't want to carry around a USB stick, KewlShare is a perfect way of doing so. As a Shareware author or blogger, you can profit from people downloading your files as KewlShare has a Reward program that will let you earn points convertible to cash.

Sharecash: Never before has making money been so easy - or payouts so high. Simply upload files and get people to download them, and earn from 30 to 60 cents per download! is a simple yet powerful file hosting program. With it you’re able to regularly upload interesting files and publish links with their descriptions on your personal or public resources - forums, blogs and news portals. And that's all; simply update the statistics and witness for yourself how the money flows to you!

Ziddu is probably the most popular file hosting server among the ones listed here because of its social networking features. Members here are can interact with one another and easily share videos and files. Here you can create music and video libraries, photo albums and slideshows from your files while earning for every unique downloads from them. Registration is free, no premium memberships.

Paid Per Impression

Shareapic is a free service that allows users to upload and host their images for free on their servers. This program 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.

Author's Note: Shareapic is currently on a legal battle with one of its members and by that , holding payouts "until further notice". I suggest that you wait until things are settled before doing any uploading. Visit the site for more details on this.

Sharedimages is an image hosting service that shares their revenue with its members. Sign up is easy and quick. Payouts are made daily, with only a minimum of $5.00.are This program allows for uploading and sharing of graphics with matured nature.

Below is a comparison table of the above programs to help you decide which host to use.







FileFactoryANY300 mbRemote Uploader, Turbo, Torrent
90 days of inactivity
up to $10 per 1000 dl
No minimum
10% of premium membership
ANY 200 mb single, multiple, desktop 45 days of inactivity
$2-15 per 1000 dl $10 thru Paypal $.01 per reffered accounts
Sharecash ANY 150 mb single, multiple, desktop
30 days of inactivity
$.30-60 cents per dl none
Uploading ANY 200 mb single, remote, multi, rapidshare 90 days of inactivity $1.00-20.00 per 1000 dl $30.00 thru Paypal or AlertPay 10% per referred accounts
Ziddu ANY 200 mb single, multiple
90 days of inactivity 0.001 per dl $10.00 thru Paypal 10% per referred accounts
Shareapic jpg, gif, png
single, multiple $.02 -.22 CPM $20.00 monthly thru Paypal 10% per referred users
Sharedimages jp eg, zip, rar
single , multiple $1 per 1000 unique views. $5.00 daily
thru paypal

For any complaint or known issues about the above programs, please post it at the Complaints Page so that we may address them accordingly.


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