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Hi frnds....i recently heard about a site about constant content from one of the hubs...it seemed to be a very nice site from the way he said about it...but have any of you tried it?i want to know its ups and downs....
Yes I've used it - I haven't been on it for a while - I found the editors picky - but apart from that its probably the best paying site I've found. I wrote a hub about it http://hubpages.com/hub/Recycle-Your-Ar … for-Profit
I used Constant Content when it first started and saying the editor is picky is probably the nicest thing I could say. I had issues with content rights and payments on the seven or eight articles I sold there. It just didn't seem profitable when people were cutting outside deals with those looking for specific articles.
I have written for CC. For me, it's not as lucrative as revenue share, but for certain types of articles, it can be great. For example, I sold a premium article there for a fair amount. I've sold about half the articles I've listed, though I listed less than 15.
Their customer service is great. I didn't find the editor picky, but I understand not everyone has those experiences. Many are frustrated by the three-strikes-you're-out rule regarding rejections. If you do write for them, read the submission guidelines super-well. Most articles are rejected because of not following the guidelines to the letter.
Once signed up, you can access their forums. Read the forum devoted to rejections. The editor actually answers questions about the reasons for rejections there. You'll know what to expect.
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