Ilias Tsagklis

About Ilias Tsagklis

Ilias Tsagklis is a senior software engineer working in the telecom domain. He is an applications developer in a wide variety of applications/services. Ilias is co-founder and Executive Editor at Java Code Geeks.

Monetize your technical writing with the JCG Revenue Shared Program

Java Code Geeks are thrilled to announce the W4G Revenue Shared Program, the first croudsourced revenue shared platform for technical writers. We have an open invitation to all technology enthusiasts and programming geeks who are willing to write for us as guest authors. We are looking for creative writers to join our ever growing team. The content should be unique and not appear anywhere else online.

By joining the W4G program, you will be able to build your personal brand and monetize your technical expertise at the same time. Java Code Geeks will provide the platform on which you will be able to serve your ads onto technical Articles, giving you the opportunity to earn revenue from your published work.

To earn from your Articles, you must first sign up with an earnings program such as Google AdSense. Java Code Geeks will then serve your ads in a rotational 60% percentage of the article impressions and you will be able to monetize those impressions. Note: You shall NOT receive any money directly from Java Code Geeks, all earning will come from the third party earnings program you have joined.

By joining the program, you will have the benefit of utilizing a well-established technical platform of global reach and supreme quality. You will enjoy a large amount of regular readers and followers, as well as organic search traffic attracted by our authority site.

Additionally, you will be able to connect your profile on Java Code Geeks with your personal blog or website. Thus, the more you write, the more you get exposure and more chances to earn and possibly more readers for your own blog. All the links shall be do-follow on our site, so you will also receive quality back links for your site as an extra bonus. All your articles will be promoted as regular Java Code Geeks articles in our social media channels, thus ensuring maximum exposure.

Joining our W4G program is simple and easy. Just send an email to our Executive Editor, Byron Kiourtzoglou. You may find our program’s terms here.

So, prepare to boost your personal brand and earn some money in the process by joining the W4G program! Happy writing geeks!

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5 Responses to "Monetize your technical writing with the JCG Revenue Shared Program"

  1. juristr says:

    How exactly are revenues from Ads attributed to my – say Google Ads Account?technically speaking?

    • Ilias Tsagklis says:

      Hello Juri, Nice hearing from you. Regarding the technical part, we are utilizing Google’s ad server for splitting the impressions of specific posts in predefined percentages.

      • juristr says:

        Interesting, didn’t know that works. So in the end as I writer I probably have to communicate you my Google AdSense Publisher ID I guess.

        • Ilias Tsagklis says:

          Hi again Juri,

          Yes, all you will have to do is provide as with you AdSense code. However, as mentioned in the post, please note that this applies only to new W4G articles that are unique and do not appear anywhere else online.

  2. Mlungisi Sincuba says:

    What if I already have my article online?

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