Apologies to mods if this is the wrong subforum or even the wrong forum but I was turned onto iwriter on BHW and really don't know where else to post this. TLDR; at bottom. So I signed up for iwriter a while back and yesterday finally decided to take a crack at writing content. I chose to write a home page article for some kind of small directory page of reverse number lookup sites. The keyword was reverse number lookup and I ended up with a 5% keyword usage, or whatever the term is, is that good? The content they had on the page was maybe 150 words but this guy wanted 500, which I thought was really a lot for such a simple page. But I managed to get to 505 words. The instructions were skeletal at best, in broken English but the client had a 5 star rating and a low rejection rate so I wrote the following. It contains an errant apostrophe at the end on "guy's" which I couldn't remove, but that was not cited as a reason for rejection. It was rejected outright with the flimsy criticism that the article "needs to have parts like real front page but with different content". Gosh, thanks, that explains everything. I fired off a support ticket writing I got back lazy boilerplate with a link to an FAQ page that stated, in broken English, on a site supposedly providing high quality web content "While this doesn't happen often unless poorly content is written" the client may arbitrarily reject what's submitted at any time for any reason or none. My first question is, is the content I wrote good/bad? What can be improved? What should I focus on while writing content for websites? Is the 5% keyword occurrence rate good, what's optimal? My second question of course is if iwriter is a good site to be doing this or if there are better options for someone who wants to get started writing web content. Between the instructions and the explanation I was left with unsettling feeling that the article may have actually been rejected because the client couldn't understand the words which were used in it. If that's a regular occurrence it would be a tough call to continue on that site. TLDR; I'm a total noob content writer, should I continue using iwriter? Their platform seems shady and unprofessional. Are there better options for someone looking to get into and polish their content writing abilities while making a little money?