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Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by BENNY8877, Jul 4, 2010.

  1. BENNY8877

    BENNY8877 Supreme Member

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    Has anyone had any success in writing for Constant Content? I submitted one article to them twice and both times the editor rejected it saying that it doesn't suit the editor guidelines. Well the editor guidelines are very complex and long and to make things worse when they edit they don't tell you what was wrong, only to fix the article and re-submit. Anyone had any success?
     
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    I have not tried them, but I have heard many bad things. My girlfriend uses textbroker and so far she really likes it.
     
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    I have used them int the past. They are very frustrating.

    I have had articles accepted to the system, sat there for a month, then suddenly rejected. I then asked support and was told to resubmit them. I did that and they were rejected again and my account was closed.

    I was selling articles for about $17 a piece there which was nice. It's just frustrating that you get rejected after being accepted. It's not the greatest system in my opinion.
     
  4. BENNY8877

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    Yeah Textbroker is only for U.S.. Some people on Constant Content make $50 per article. Some also sell use of the article for $12, and can sell it multiple times. So if you can get your articles accepted you can make some good money writing.
     
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    I agree completely I don't understand why the editor's cannot send your article back highlighting the errors. I guess they only want writers who can edit themselves to sort out through the masses.
     
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    Yeah, I do understand why they do it that way. For me it was just frustrating since they rejected them on accident and told me specifically to submit them again. Then I got booted from the program for following their directions after their mistake.
     
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    They had one of my articles, submitted for a request, in their queue for a month before I wrote and complained. Then they just rejected the article. Hard to get a specific request article sold when they wont review your article. I quit using them even though I made a little money.
     
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    I've tried writing for them like about two years ago. I didn't bother to waste anymore of my time, as I could never seem to quite figure out what their requirements were. Even when your article is written with zero error, they always seem to find some fault and reject it. I had better luck writing for Dailyarticle. I use to take the articles they rejected and submit them to Dailyarticle, and have them accepted then sold.
     
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    I was just looking into Dailyarticle. How often do they pay and how well did you do there?

    Thanks.
     
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    I haven't done anything for Dailyarticle in a while now, as lately I haven't been doing much writing like before. But when I got article sold there, I would always got paid; however, there never seemed to be any set payment time. Sometimes I would get pay a few days after my contents sold, other times it took longer... sometimes even weeks. I don't know if things are still the same there though.
     
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    Constant Content really is a gold mine.

    They do take ages to review; because they really do need to assess the content that you're selling - I mean, it's there reputation and customers at the end of the day.

    Just think about the Article you've submitted - is your Article informative, not based heavily on opinions, unique, keyword rich and correct in Grammar? Overall, is is really worth the amount your asking?

    If you are solid about all the those questions - you'll make a small fortune. You're content will be reviewed A LOT quicker as you become a reputable Author.

    I would suggest you start off by submitting Articles that are wanted; there's a list of needed content - you'll have a much better success rate at first.

    Oh, and CC are very picky on opinionated Content. For example, they won't accept something along the lines of "Why Google are the greatest Search Engine" ...

    Good Luck.