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Can you actually make some good money on Textbroker?

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by thekidwithstars, Apr 20, 2014.

  1. thekidwithstars

    thekidwithstars BANNED BANNED

    Mar 6, 2014
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    Writing is one of my passions so I figure it could be a little side-gig for me.

    The site looks great and everything but as soon as I got my account set up I received the impression that they pay dirt cheap. I have no problem writing a bunch so it would actually be sort of fun for me, but do you guys think it's worth it? Anyone can shed some light here?
  2. ButcherPete

    ButcherPete BANNED BANNED

    Jan 10, 2012
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    What level did you start in? L2 and L3 pay dirt, but if you can write with perfect grammar, you'll soon make L4. L5 pays much more; I think it's almost double what L4 pays.

    TB can be very profitable when there are a lot of requests in your area of expertise. For example, one day there was a huge list of articles on SEO. It was all pretty much the same stuff, except they needed different articles for keywords like "Miami SEO service", "Boca Raton SEO service", "Tallahassee SEO service", etc. I knew a lot about SEO from my various ventures, so I scooped these up. The first article took me a while, but it was just rewriting after that. After I did as many as I could, I had averaged out to about $40 per hour.

    Also, try to get on as many teams as possible. The team orders will sustain you through the times when the open order pool is low.

    Plus, when you get an "excellent" rating from a client, send them a little message saying something like "Hello, thank you for the high ratings and compliments on the article! If you ever need any more content written on that subject, feel free to send it to me via the direct order system. Have a good day!"