Does anyone here use Textbroker?
I have heard it's a great site, and they offer many writing opportunities. If anyone uses them, please let me know how you like them, and if they pay quickly, or if you need to earn up to a certain amount before they pay you for your work. Thanks.
TextBrokers as a rule will have a large number of assignments broken down into various categories. I think payment starts at 1 cent per word and works up as you move up in levels.
They have some irritating rules. The client can review your work but does not have to. Eventually, the grammar guru will review what you have written. Depending on the number of misplaced commas your rating can go down.
Something to do with Google has resulted in most of the stories being at level four. I had to start at level 1 and work up to 4.
They payout to paypal every Friday, if you want. You must have $10 in earnings. You can let it grow to any amount you want and then request the transfer at anytime. However, the actual transfer to PayPal will be Thursday night. Money might show up on Friday, but sometimes on Monday.
My biggest complaint is not the company, but the clients either give very poor directions or they want you to follow a detail format that they come up with, such as no more than 20 words in a sentence, X number of paragraphs and sub heads, bulleted text.etc/
Formatting, such as bullets does not transfer from Word to the text screen. Once in the TextBroker screen, you can put items in bold,create a numbered list and a few other formatting tasks.
It is a content mill. The best thing is that if a customer requests a first revision and you do not want to do it, you can cancel with no payment but no penalty.
Depending on your time, you can make decent money (I average about $100 a month, but I also write on another site that is easier to deal with, but pays less.
Thank you for your response. May I ask, please, what is the other site, that you write for, is? Thank you, again.
I write for Hire Writers. It pays less, but you can pick several assignments at one time. You just have to meet the deadline or get penalize. The pay is not as good, but you do not have the grammar police bothering you.
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