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Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by lehpet, May 26, 2010.

  1. lehpet

    lehpet Registered Member

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    I put this info in another post but, thought it deserved its own thread so it's easy to find.

    Get $10-$1000 for your articles!!!

    All taken from Content Cash Cow:

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    http://www.highlights.com/contributor-guidelines
    highlights.com is a children's learning website, and they pay anything
    from $25, up to $50 and beyond for creative stories and articles.

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    http://personalmoneystore.com/moneyblog/job-employmentopportunities/
    pay-per-post-we-buy-articles/
    personalmoneystore.com have three different ways to pay their writers.
    They have outright payments for freelancers, which usually pay a
    minimum of $15, and they also have pay per post and commission-based
    payment methods. This is a great site for testing your writing ability, and
    picking the right payment model for you.

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    http://www.developertutorials.com/pay-per-tut.php
    developertutorials.com are looking for content which is based on design
    and programming. They pay $50-$100 per tutorial, and $30-$50 per
    article.

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    http://www.youthtoday.org/template/page.cfm?id=137
    Youth Today is the national trade newspaper for people who work with
    children and youth. Payments start at $150 for small pieces and can rise
    to $2,000.

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    http://www.mothering.com/sections/submission_guidelines/submission_g
    uidelines.html
    mothering.com pay between $200 and $500 for a magazine article.
    Although they are quite strict, if you do your research or hire a good
    writer, you can make a nice profit from this website.

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    http://www.writing-world.com/admin1/guidelines.shtml
    These guys are looking for articles, which teach other writers how to
    become successful particularly in writing novels. They pay 5 cents per
    word for original articles, to a maximum of $100 (articles over 2000
    words are paid $100); $25 for reprints; $15 for humor. They will also
    exchange advertising space for articles, which could be a very lucrative
    avenue for you

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    http://www.associatedcontent.com
    associated content.com is one off the many sites which pay per
    performance of your content once it is published to the site their site. This
    is typically $1.50 for every one thousand page views it receives. What I
    like about associatedcontent.com, is that they also offer upfront payment
    ranging from $2 to $15 for certain types of content.

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    http://www.mylot.com
    mylot.com pays you in a variety of ways, from answering questions to
    posting comments and content. The payments may not be as high as
    some other sites, but if you enjoy writing them this is a great place to earn
    some nice side income.

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    http://www.helium.com
    Helium.com offers all kinds of opportunities for writers and publishers.
    They pay upfront payments for your contributions as a writer, they also
    offer daily revenue share of their advertising, and they now have writing
    contest where you can in money by winning contests.
    At the time of writing this, Helium.com are paying between $20 and $200
    for each article submitted to their marketplace.

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    http://www.printnpost.com
    this is a website that publishes articles and earns advertising revenue
    through Google Adsense. As a writer, you share the revenue generated
    through the Google ads displayed on the site. If you write articles, which
    gets a lot of views, this could result in quite a lot of residual income over
    time.

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    http://www.triond.com
    You create original and unique content in any format, and triond publish
    your content on the most relevant website according to its topic.
    Due to their large network of partners and affiliated websites, you get a
    lot of recognition and more readership while building a portfolio and
    earning revenue. It's not just writing either, they also accept photographs
    and music.
    You get paid by sharing revenue from advertising, which is split 50-50.
    Again, this is another site where you may not get paid a lot initially. But
    over time, your content can add up to generate a full-time income through
    this shared revenue business model.

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    http://www.ehow.com
    Ehow.com is a general how-to website with lots of traffic and readership.
    They have now started paying $15 per short article, and writing articles
    for this particular website is a total breeze as they are usually short and
    concise.

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    https://www.demandstudios.com/freelance-work/writers.html
    demandstudios.com pay approximately $15 per article, and also offer
    revenue-sharing. This is one of the leading websites for the revenuesharing
    model, and at $15 per article, it's a great place to get started at a
    freelance writer.

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    http://www.english.ufl.edu/subtropics/submit.html
    This site publishes literary fiction, essays, and poetry being written today,
    both by established and emerging authors. They will consider works of
    fiction of any length, from short shorts to novellas and self-contained
    novel excerpts. The stories and essays, they pay a flat fee of $1000. For
    poems, they pay $100 each!

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    www.online-writing-jobs.com
    This is a huge marketplace of freelance writing jobs. Just this one site
    alone will give you a huge selection of work as a freelance writer, but
    unlike some of freelance sites, these jobs often pay much higher and
    really value their writers.

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    www.freelancewritinggigs.com
    This is another website which offers lots of freelance writing
    opportunities. Again, this is a place where real chicks and high paid jobs
    can be found instead of battling for work at five dollars per hour. I've
    personally found jobs paying $25 per article on this website, and often
    much higher.

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    www.Constant-Content.com
    This is possibly one of my favorite sites for writing content for. The great
    thing about constant-content.com, is that as a contributor and writer, you
    can sell three different levels of usage rights. You can sell usage rights
    for lower value, unique rights for medium price point, and full rights at a
    significant sum of money.
    There are plenty of successful writers who are selling for rights to the
    work of hundred dollars per article. This is also a great place to find out
    what kind of content is in demand on what people are willing to pay good
    money for. (I'll talk you through this later on in this guide)

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    www.TextBroker.com
    textbroker.com is a great place for the average writer to earn good money
    submitting content. Depending on the quality of the article, you can be
    paid anything up to $25 for 500 words.

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    www.BrightHub.com
    This website is geared towards people looking for a long and sustainable
    career in writing. They offer upfront payments and revenue-sharing, and
    provided a great community and support system for the aspiring writer.

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    https://writers.life123.com
    These guys pay up to $20 per article, and cover all most every imaginable
    topic on the planet.

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    www.4writers.net
    This is a more specialized website, looking for experts content in the form
    of essays. They pay up to $16 per page and offer a whole lot of support
    and guidance. Although not for everybody, you will see how to use sites
    like this to make money even if you are not an expert or can't write to
    their standards

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    www.Academia-research.com
    This is similar to 4writers.net above, and they pay between $6 and $20
    per page.

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    www.Bukisa.com
    This is a really interesting site that has a unique payment method.
    Basically, you submit content in the form of slides, videos, articles and
    answers... and then you get paid a certain dollar amount for every 1000
    views of your content. The dollar amount you get paid the 1000 views
    depend on the current index. It's a bit like the stock market for content,
    and the higher the index, the more you get paid per day. You really have
    to visit the site, and read more to understand this properly!

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    http://www.ecommerce-journal.com/write_texts_get_paid
    This website specializes in electrical commerce, banking and finance.
    Posting your own article: $ 5, Posting news: $1, Posting an article found
    online: $ 1, Posting hot forum topic found online: $0.3, Posting
    an original interview: $ 5
    They also pay $50 for ?sensation articles? or exclusive interviews.

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    www.essaywriters.net
    This website pays up to $16 per page, but they focus on essay writers.
    You also need to be qualified, but again, if you read this report. You'll
    soon see how to get around this small barrier.

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    www.lookingforclues.com
    These guys buy articles from new and established freelance writers. They
    pay between $10 and $20 per article. The article should be at least 6
    paragraphs (800 words) and generally no more than 12 paragraphs (1600
    words) in length.
    They also offer to pay more money, the article if you link to them and
    send them traffic. Except articles on pretty much anything you can think
    of an Islamic show some kind of passion, you're good to go!

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    www.reviewme.com
    This is an amazing little site with a great concept. Basically, this is where
    people go to get their products and websites reviewed for credibility
    purposes, or to get extra exposure and sales for their business.
    They pay reviewers to do reviews for them via the reviewme.com
    marketplace. As a blogger or writer in general, this is a great and fun
    opportunity for you to write reviews and get paid between $20 and $200
    for each review that you post on your site. You will need your own blog
    for this, but it's worth it!

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    http://www.softwarejudge.com/rules
    This is a software marketplace, which provides reviews on all types of
    software. As a writer, you can get paid to submit reviews of software.

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    www.myessays.com
    This website buys and sells essays as a broker. This is another
    opportunity for you to write and submit essays and get paid good money
    in the process. Again later in this guide will show you how to get around
    this if you can't write essays yourself. What is really important to
    remember, is that essays pay good money?so there is a massive
    opportunity just waiting to be exploited here.

    Code:
    http://www.joomlajumpstart.com/paid-writing
    This is a Joomla tutorial website, and they pay up to $20 per article.

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    http://www.lovetoknow.com/write-for-us.htm
    This is the questions and answer community driven website. This site
    pays $20 per 650 word article.

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    www.kpwriting.com
    Writers at KPwriting assist customers in the development of essays, term
    papers, theses, and dissertations. They will send you a quick test before
    you get accepted and open your account, but I am led to believe the pay is
    very good.

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    www.lifetips.com
    This is another website which provides tips on a whole range of subjects.
    You earn revenue share across multiple platforms and types of content on
    the site. There's also a big opportunity to get recognized and advanced
    your writing career by being associated with this website.

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    http://beaguide.about.com/
    about.com is a huge information portal, who not only pay for content but
    also represents a huge opportunity to become an industry expert,
    published author, or in demand professional.

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    http://www.auctionbytes.com/cab/pages/write/
    AuctionBytes-Update is a free twice-monthly email newsletter targeted
    towards experienced and new users of online auctions. AuctionBytes-
    Update is full of practical information for buyers and sellers written in an
    easy-to-read and entertaining style. For certain types of content, they pay
    you $20. None of their content exceeds 500 words, so this can be a nice
    little earner for you!

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    http://www.loti.com/writers_wanted.htm
    This website normally pays writers good money. However, it is
    backlogged at the moment.

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    http://www.thedabblingmum.com/write4us/index.htm
    This website pays up to $120 per submission. However, they do have a
    bit of a slow turnaround of accepting work.

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    http://www.methodshop.com/about/writers.shtml
    This is a technology-based website, providing reviews, tutorials and
    guides. They pay between $20-$200 per article.

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    http://www.escapehomes.com/main.aspx?tabid=240
    EscapeHomes are paying up to $20 per submission for real estate and
    travel articles.
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    http://www.internationalliving.com/About-IL/Write-for-Us
    This website pays you $50 for every submission that they decide to use.
    They also show an interest for photographs, which may be another
    lucrative side income.

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    www.pcmech.com
    This normally pays good money. However, it is backlogged at the
    moment.

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    http://www.letterrep.com/Writer/writer_index.php
    This website pays you every time somebody downloads/purchases one of
    your submitted letters. They have 3500 writers earning good money right
    now, so why not join them?

    Code:
    http://cellphoneforums.net/announcements/t231340-get-paid-write-cellphone-
    reviews.html
    This website pays you $10 per cell phone review.

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    http://www.sps.com/help/writers_guidelines.html
    This website is looking for ?Contemporary prose or poetry written from
    personal experience that reflects the thoughts and feelings people today
    want to communicate to one another, but don't always know how to put
    into words.?
    They provide a vast array of postcards, cards and other printed material.
    They are basically looking for content such as greeting messages, and
    special poems. They pay $300 per poem!

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    http://www.animationarena.com/arena-writer.html
    This website pays $20 per review. The topics of your possible reviews
    include games, comic books and movies. This is a really fun way to earn
    good money giving your opinion!

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    http://www.suite101.com/freelance_writing_jobs?utm_source=About_Fre
    elance_Writing&utm_medium=button&utm_campaign=Freelance%2BW
    riting%20Jobs
    Suite101 currently has openings for nonfiction freelance writers across all
    subject matters. With over 4,000 writers, 24 million monthly readers and
    lifelong advertising royalties, Suite101 offers a well-established platform
    for getting published, read and paid.

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    http://www.writersresearchgroup.com/company/jobs.html
    I'm not actually sure what the payment structure is for this website, but I
    do know that this website is currently looking for good writers. I also
    know that this website gets a lot of new leads every day and is a very
    reputable establishment... which just that the pay is going to be good and
    the work is likely to be consistently flowing.

    NOW GO MAKE SOME $$$$$$$$$$$$!!!! :cow_yello
     
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  2. urogoldxx

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    Thanks for the giant list OP. I am testing a few of these. I will see how well my writers can perform.

    Thanks again!
     
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    You are rocks
    Thanks for your willingness to share this useful information
    They are great resources for writers to make a lot of money
     
  4. ironlifter76

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    lehpet,

    Thanks for the hard work you put into this. Makes it a whole lot easier for someone to pick and choose the sites they want to work with. Much appreciated.

    Regards,
    ironlifter76:coffee:
     
  5. lived66

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    Thanks for the resources. I will submit to a couple. + Rep for you.
     
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    Thanks for your hard work. Very appreciate it.
     
  7. MisterGemini

    MisterGemini Senior Member

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    This is the kind of thing that all these people who come on here crying how they need a guaranteed way to make money NOW really need to see. This is the kind of stuff where if you do the work, you make money. I don't get why so many have to make these plees for guaranteed money makers when there are a ton of services you can offer and easily make money at.

    This here is one of them. I would be all for making this post sticky or something in the make money section. Maybe it will save us from hearing that same question over and over. :)
     
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    Which ones are good for fast cash anyone try these ?
     
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    thanks for list. I would say plzz dont try mylot , they hardly pay good.
     
  10. ddxxp

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    Awesome...... Thx for the list
     
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  11. lehpet

    lehpet Registered Member

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    No problem guys! I hope you are putting the information to good use.

    Here are a few more:

    Breakstudios pays about $8 per article. You must submit a resume and an article sample but, I hear they're easier to please than Demandstudios.

    Code:
    http://breakstudios.break.com/
    This is a great little blog written by someone who freelance writes for a living. She's in the trenches everyday, so I'd listen to her!

    Code:
    http://freelancehomewriter.blogspot.com/2008/12/10-web-writing-tips-for-newbies.html
    This ones is weird. It's by AOL and it's still the beta testing phase. They may or may not choose your article, but the pay is great ($15-$200 and up) if they do!

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    http://www.seed.com/
    This is my FAVORITE way to find writing job thus far! Oddly enough, it's craiglsist. Use this awesome tool to search the entire craiglsist data base for writing gigs. Just type something like "article writer" into the search box here:

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    http://www.allofcraigs.com/


    A couple of great books to check out:


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    http://www.amazon.com/Working-Writer-Happy-Thriving-Business/dp/1441404546
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    http://www.amazon.com/Well-Fed-Writer-Self-Sufficiency-Commercial-Freelancer/dp/0967059879/ref=pd_sim_b_1
    Two more tips:

    1. If you're serious about this, treat it like a real profession. That is the difference between making $5 per article and $25 an article. Put a lot of thought into your article submissions and resume. Make sure your articles are well reasearched and written, especially for sites like Constant-Content. DO NOT SUBMIT SPUN GARBAGE TO SITES LIKE THIS!

    Here are some freelance writer resume writing pointers:

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    http://www.writing-world.com/rights/resume.shtml
    And some tips on writing great articles:

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    http://www.pickthebrain.com/blog/george-orwells-5-rules-for-effective-writing/
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    http://www.bloggingtips.com/2009/04/15/using-basic-journalism-structure-to-write-great-articles/
    I thought I was a pretty good writer, but I have a tendency to be much too "flowery" sometimes and that's a no-no when writing articles. I still have a lot to learn!

    2. Use Google to find the high paying writing jobs. This is also taken from the Content Cash Cow WSO (I highly suggest you find it on BHW and read it!):

    The following phrases are commonly used on websites of publications
    which accept freelance writer submissions:

    "writers guidelines"
    "submission guidelines"
    "author guidelines"
    "contributor guidelines"
    "write for us"
    "hiring freelance writers"

    Using the above search terms alone can give you a good general start, by
    exposing not only large publications which are well-optimized for those
    keyword phrases, but also by presenting you with many writers market
    listings and writers guidelines databases available online.

    Pay Based Writers Market Search Tips:

    While searching for "writers guidelines" will give you many markets to
    choose from, you likely won't be able to get through all of the listings.
    Perhaps you want something based on a certain pay rate, or at least pay
    type (per word, per article, etc.).

    So why not try a search using one of the above general search phrases
    with something pay based, such as:

    "per word"
    "per article"
    "per feature"

    You can also try very specific pay rates in your searches such as the
    following examples (just plug in different amounts, based on your goals):

    "$1 / word", "$1.00 per word", or "one dollar per word"
    "5 cents per word", "$.10 / word"

    Niche-Based Writers Market Search Tips:

    Many, if not most, high-paying markets for freelance writers require
    someone with a background in the particular niche. Many freelance
    writers also choose a topic area to specialize in, based on their
    experience.

    You can further narrow your writers market search results by searching
    only within your desired niche with search phrases such as:

    "travel writing"
    "business magazine"
    "children's magazine"
    "in flight magazines"

    You can also do more general niche-bases searches without other options,
    such as simply searching for:

    "travel writers markets"
    "business writers markets"
    "children's writers markets"

    Putting it All Together:

    The trick to finding high-paying "hidden" writers markets when searching
    online is to keep trying various search combinations until you see markets
    that you haven't come across before.

    For example, the following search combinations in Google for someone
    specializing in the business writing niche offer very different results.
    Take a look at them, and then play with your own search combinations
    until you find the writing gigs you're looking for.

    Remember, Google is your friend; use it. All of these resources were super easy to find. You just have to start looking!

    Later, Gators!

    :reddy:
     
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    :You_Rock_ wow what a wonderful list to share. Thanks man :You_Rock_
     
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    WOw! Huge list! Thanks. Really appreciate YOUR hard works ;)
     
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    does heluim have a min. article submit before you get paid for each article
     
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    I spent quite a bit of time researching "Who" would accept articles for more than
    $3.00, and came up with several names that were also on the list found in "Content Cash Cow". lehpet, you brought "research" to a whole new level! So much information.. ...My eyes are square, but I'm smiling!!! Thanks for all your help! Rock on! Wish you
    success!
     
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  16. fansfans

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    hohoho its big list for making money.it could make us have heart attack while we submit all of those :D

    thank you very much
     
  17. lehpet

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    And it keeps getting better:

    This is an AWESOME list of places to write:
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    http://www.residualsandroyalties.com/2010/04/25/the-most-complete-list-of-freelance-writing-websites-on-the-internet/
     
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  18. ahmadia

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    good stuff, but most of them you have to submit resume or be in the states to get into .
     
  19. MisterGemini

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    Dammit.. I have no idea where my resume is. I tossed it years ago. :) Maybe you can just hit some resume generator site.
     
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  20. ahmadia

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    chill out dude this info is for those who wanted alittle info before they register for them