How to earn on

How to earn money from your published articles on

Requirements for the Content Creators Revenue Sharing Program.

The TiredBee Partner Content Creators Revenue Sharing Program lets creators monetize their content on TiredBee. Creators can earn money from advertisements served on their articles or videos.

  • Register on and start writing

  • From day one, on the right side of page, you can see how much money your articles had earned, this money is not accessible until you have completed our requirements from step 3.

  • Once a Content Creator has reached at least 5 articles published over last 3 months period and reached at least 50 content shares on Facebook, and had earned USD 10, it is possible to apply to a revenue sharing program.

  • How to apply? Just press the button “Apply to Revenue Sharing Program”

This program allows us to improve our ability to identify creators who contribute positively to the community and help drive more ad revenue to them. These standards also help us prevent potentially inappropriate articles or videos from monetizing.

What happens when you apply

Once your channel reaches the program threshold, your activity is reviewed to make sure your content adheres to the TiredBee policies We'll email you to let you know as soon as the process is complete. You can also check the status of your application at Your Profile Page.The process may take up to several days.

  • If you're approved: You'll start earning money on TiredBee right away.

If you're not approved: If your application isn't approved to join the program, it's likely because we cannot determine whether your channel's activity complies with the TiredBee policies.

How to earn on

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The more readers, the more money you will get

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