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Constant Content anyone?

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by csgcsg2, Sep 10, 2009.

  1. csgcsg2

    csgcsg2 BANNED BANNED

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    am wondering if anyone have success or tips with this site. It seems the selling rate is on average $30-50 per article and it pays almost triple of what AC pays.
     
  2. mahan_eesh

    mahan_eesh Regular Member

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    well i used to write in constant content.

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    Learning how to become a freelance writer can be hard and intimidating, and I kept that in mind with my site review, hoping to help you all avoid the mistakes I've made and to give you enough information to make you confident in signing up and getting started.

    The following are some step by step tips that can help beginning writers make the most out of Constant Content, even just starting out.

    Constant Content Writing Tip #1: Proof read. Writers can charge a lot more for their articles on Constant Content because buyers know to expect really high quality articles when they make a purchase from CC.

    Constant Content Writing Tip #2: Don't under charge for your work. This is a classic mistake, and one I made early on. Don't charge $7 for usage on a 400 word article. Even charging $14 is on the very low side of acceptable. In fact, don't be surprised if you sell more articles once you mark up your prices to more competitive levels.

    Constant Content Writing Tip #3: Think evergreen. "Evergreen Content" when referring to freelance writing is content that could be desired over and over. Top 10 lists are good evergreen content, as are how to articles. An article about the 2008 election, on the other hand, might get you a sale in 2008, but that's probably it. A Top 10 list of the best vampire movies, however, is a freelance article that could sell over and over again, especially near Halloween every year.

    Constant Content Writing Tip #4: Know your strategy. Selling only usage rights does make it easier to set up a passive income stream, but full rights articles sell for a lot more money and are in much higher demand. Depending on your immediate and long term goals, this can affect the prices you set and even what type of rights you're wiling (or not) to sell.

    Constant Content Writing Tip #5: Don't be afraid to experiment with high prices. Does charging $59 for full rights for a good 450 word article that required 45 minutes of your time sound like too much? Not every article is worth that, but many are, especially if you're writing on a topic that requires special knowledge (like a solid poker player talking about poker, or a mechanic writing about automotive how to).

    I hope these tips help. Follow these and you will be on your way to great freelance writing success on Constant Content.
     
  3. alwayscashinin

    alwayscashinin Registered Member

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    Constant Content denies alot of crap and won't tell you why. Type "constant content denies everything" in Google to read alot of compaints. After three denials of articles, you are banned. Oh and Ed the editor, so very rude. Not to me, but I have seem some pretty harsh replies to questions by him on their forums