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CPM Based Content Writers Needed - Tech and Gaming niche

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by Zer0199, Feb 23, 2014.

  1. Zer0199

    Zer0199 Junior Member

    May 19, 2009
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    We are looking for journalists whom have a passion for everything Gaming & Tech related and have excellent writing skills, the ability to produce high quality work whilst attracting visitors to our website.

    You will be paid between $1.00 USD and $1.50 USD per 1,000 unique visitors
    your articles bring in for the first 30 days of the article going live. After one
    month of you posting for us this value may be amended depending on the
    performance of your articles.

    This is a great method of pay, as it ensures that the content you write is bringing
    in traffic and at the same time it rewards you very well. Some of the top
    advertisers in the world don?t even pay over $1.00 for 1,000 advertisement
    impressions, so you are getting an amazing deal here and we pay higher than
    some premium news publishers such as Examiner, GameSpot, Attack of the
    Fanboy, etc.

    If you're interested send a pm to me i will update you on more information about this job opportunity.
  2. codexehow

    codexehow Power Member

    Mar 23, 2012
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    Maybe. It depends on the amount of traffic that your site brings in. If you're just starting out then the writers get little or nothing in return.



    For you.

    Seriously though, I think this model of paying writers on a per-view basis died out years ago. Mega-sites that use this model are only holding on because they raised their standards and have huge visibility on Google.

    Interestingly, I saw HubPages begging for writers on Craigslist today. I think that says a lot. Their global rate on Alexa is 551. Clearly word has gotten around the interwebs that there isn't much money to be made on the site these days. They lost their core writers because they had to delete most of the content those writers had produced. Why? Panda, Penguin and now Hummingbird. Now they pay real humans to evaluate incoming work. I'm sure that's hella profitable.
    Last edited: Feb 23, 2014