Bloggers should take a common sense approach when signing up for paid blogging sites. Try out sites by doing a post or two to see if they actually pay. I have listed only the ones which seem to be the most trustworthy and do not have a reputation of not paying.
Most do and PayPal is the most common form of online payment. So if you haven’t got a PayPal account, you should sign up for PayPal before going any further.
Google AdSense Sharing
You don’t need to have your own blog. Instead, you create a blog on a blog network and AdSense ad units will appear next to your post. These sites don’t generally have favourable reactions from members so I don’t recommend them. But if you really want to try it, here are a few that have not received negative feedback yet.
Members of paid review sites have recently received a very bad penalty slap by Google who requires all paid links to be tagged with “rel=”nofollow” failing which your PageRank will be reduced. However at the time of writing this post, only blogs using PayPerPost are affected. So here is list of other sites which seem to be safe:
These sites have their own payment systems depending on how your article is used. For example, a buyer who wants exclusive use would pay a higher price compared to a user who buys an article for non-exclusive use. So visit their sites and read their terms of service for more details.
There are other sites such as ReviewMe and SponsoredPosts but these have much higher entry requirements, such as a minimum PageRank. New blogs will be rejected. However, the above list will be quite enough to keep you busy while you build up your blog.