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What are good places to earn some cash writing articles?

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by Toocoo82, Jun 5, 2011.

  1. Toocoo82

    Toocoo82 Regular Member

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    My friend is currently writing articles for elance, odesk, FL, and textbroker.

    The work is coming kind of slow sometimes and he has alot of free time, so he is there any other sites like textbroker where he can write the articles, and get paid at least every 2 weeks?
     
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    youssef93 Senior Member

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    www.constantcontent.com (pays decently but pretty tough to meet their requirements)

    $15 per article flat + revenue share

    www.brighthub.com

    You should certainly read the ebook Content Cash Cow. It has dozens of websites like these :)
     
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    englandrm Senior Member

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    There are a ton of people who need articles here.

    Post it in the marketplace. It will cost money, but if the articles are quality, it should be worth it.
     
  4. Toocoo82

    Toocoo82 Regular Member

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    Thanks. I've been reading it, but some sites have changed, I was wondering do you know if theres any sites still working that function like textbroker?
     
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    zombi Newbie

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    There was a thread posted the other day with a big list of content mills. It was by Infinite Articles, I'd post the link but the system won't let me unless I donate.
     
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    Infinitearticles Registered Member

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    Hi there, thanks for the bump on the thread. The link is Here
     
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    Ashlei Rose Newbie

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    I registered in Odesk. They seem good but most clients are paying too low for a project
     
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    Pluto $crillions Registered Member

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    If you wanted to write shorter articles for volume sales Fiverr might work. I used to write 250 word articles 100% original for $5. I realized I was shortselling myself and stopped using fiverr.
     
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    homenet Power Member

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    demandstudios.com

    $15 for 400 word articles.

    Easy money once you get into the groove, some of the copy editors are assholes however.
     
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    Hydro BANNED BANNED

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    I also recommend DM, they always pay ontime and also have tasks with shared revenue earnings - that means long-term income.
     
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    charlieman999 Regular Member

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    can non usa people write for demand studios?
     
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    ken3401 Regular Member

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    Well, looking at the sign up page suggests that they accept applicants from around the world, as there was a section for selecting different countries. You could submit your application and see how it goes.
     
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    nasirkhan0 Newbie

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    Any updates?
     
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    laxity Newbie

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    I have tonnes of articles that needs to be written. Drop me a note if you are keen to write. :)
     
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    I agree with Homenet 100%. Easy money can be made with DS and on good days I can make a little bit over $200 <<(I have more than just a writing job with demand). Having more than one helps when your not in the mood to write.

    If you do decide to apply for demand and get accept. Here are some things to keep in mind.

    DONT get depressed from rewrites...it happens...to ALL. Just try to follow the instruction of the CE and everything will be okay. If you truly believe that the CE is being an ass...and than I would advise to let the rewrite expire.

    If they were nutty enough to request a rewrite for a crazy reason than they will most likely reject your rewrite anyway....save the trouble and do another assignment..

    another advice would be to submit your assignments at different times of the day. If you finish you daily limit around the same time try to break them up around an hour and half apart. If you don't, there is a higher chance that most will go to the same editor and if he didn't like your first one or in a bad mood...he will probably send them all back for rewrite...


    another advice would be STAY AWAY from help desk.... being silent and not complaining is best....even if the ce does something wrong...they will 99.8% agree with the CE. And if you do complain about the CE...they always know who you are and will probably keep that in mind.
     
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  16. samlim

    samlim Junior Member

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    What is DM?
     
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    Demand Studios. Perhaps that's what he's referring to.
     
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    mingles121 Newbie

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    I'm going to apply to DemandStudios later today, hopefully i'll get accepted because I hear they are good.
     
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    seocompanymail Regular Member

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    DemandStudios is very hard to get into.

    When I need some money quick or bored I usually just write for brighthub
     
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    I jut registed there. I hope its worth it.