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Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by flc735, Jun 17, 2012.

  1. flc735

    flc735 Regular Member

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    i just signed up there and the prices for the articles seem too good to be true. $40-$60 for a 600 word article? im currently writing at iwriter at $4-$8 per article so this is shocking to me. there has to be some kind of catch that im missing here, right? im sure much higher quality is expected, but what else?
    if anyone here writes for them, i would love for you to explain. thanks!
     
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    Hii thanks for the post..let me know,who are they?
     
  3. codexehow

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    The catch is that you will never sell an article for that much unless someone happens to come along who needs EXACTLY what you are selling.

    To make money on that site, you have to write high quality in volume, essentially on spec. You also have to do constant research to see what topics are in vogue. I can't say it's a crapshoot, since I've made money on that site, but there's a lot of luck involved.

    If someone really wants your article, they'll buy, despite the cost. Constant Content protects your article by showing the client 1/3rd of it, as an image. This means that they can't easily download the sample, and they don't get to see the middle and end till they buy.
     
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  4. Wriot

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    If you can write quality, and write at least 5 articles per day. Most articles sell for $30, and you will sell 70% of what you write as long as you have come up with clever titles and subjects that people want to buy. Writers are making from $300 to $3000 per month, but it takes time to get up 4 figures.
     
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    Also, keep in mind that CC takes something like 30% of that. Still, you can make money there, especially if you do well with the public requests.

    CC attracts webmasters who know the value of high quality content. They are willing to pay for it.
     
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    Has anyone tried spinning content and sold on constant content?
     
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    They will quickly close your account and ban you for life. Those guys are really anal about grammar, spelling, sentence structure, etc. You'll be wasting your time.
     
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    So it's pretty much a case of - if you're not an English language major, you'd better look somewhere else to write? Well that's to be expected...
     
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    Platforms like these are for Native English speakers or people with an excellent command of English. You make tons
    of highly researched articles and just blanket them everywhere waiting on a customer. Think of it like 123rf or other
    image selling platforms for graphic designers but for writers. :)
     
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    I sold one about the Shedd Aquarium in that price range. Most of mine sell for $15 - 20 for 300 - 400 words. BUT I do not make a lot of sales there.

    OP, go over any rejected iwriter content you have and put it up there :) it works well.
     
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    GTFO shitty spinners are the AIDS of the internet.
     
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    I have read 1 post from codexehow that it seems like it is very hard to sell articles at constant content.
    How fast is it to sell 1 article there?
     
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    Roseink, how many articles did you sell in a week?
    What is your ratio of articles that sell there?
     
  14. D4RK KNIGHT

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    My conclusion of Constant Content is that the site has a considerable measure of blemishes, yet it is additionally reasonably useful for what it does. In the event that you are committed and are eager to endure the defects, you can make a decent to incredible money on Constant Content as a writer.

    My first take on Constant Content: You can procure a lot of cash there. You have a decent measure of opportunity on what to expound on, and get to run with your persuasions as opposed to composing articles as indicated by rules which others have set you (in spite of the fact that you can react to particular demands as well).

    Which brings me to the terrible. The editors are really controlling, and really strict. Besides, I'd say they're strict in regards to really imbecilic things. I've more than once been amended for a lapse that I knew beyond any doubt wasn't a slip, and I've ended up needing to adjust to the editors' close to home tastes about what makes for good substance or not.

    From my perspective: Constant Content gives you opportunity of inventive articulation ? inside breaking points ? and is an incredible method for making money as an author. You're not bound by an altered wage and are basically an ambitious person. Then again: The editors are annoying as hell.

    I'd suggest Constant Content to anybody searching for an approach to get free and win a self-steered wage and I dont suggest Constant Content as a method for procuring a full time living.
     
  15. myinternetempire

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    $50-$60 per article? It is almost impossible. Can you share link of that site?
     
  16. tziahs

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    The website is really great for writers. Be advised, they require extremely well written content. Your article will be rejected for a mere comma, or a run-on sentence.
    I am not a native speaker (Romania), I wrote only 3 articles and sold 2 of them in just a week, for 70$/700 words. So it pays well. Unfortunately, they don't have a large customer base, and the traffic/number of buyers is low.
    Just focus on writing a lot of articles and the money will come. :)