Are any of you writing on BellaOnline? Or if not have you heard of it or know anything about it? Thanks
never heard of it...is it lucrative..easy..hard...gold mine..lol plz share.
Well it's a volunteer site but you can make money through affiliate programs. I just received an email saying I've been accepted to do their training which goes for a month but when I read all the legal stuff it went straight over my head and now I'm not sure whether to do it or not lol.
I wrote there for a while. It's worth it if you're looking for a place to sort of make yourself an "expert" in a subject or establish yourself as a writer, but not much more.
There's a ridiculous amount of training you have to go through, a certain amount you have to write plus you have to maintain a forum and field questions for your channel, etc. And you just simply won't make enough money to make it worth the effort -- if you're in it for the money.
The folks there are wonderful, though, and it was fun. Just a time sucker.
I think (but I could be wrong) that Jane@CM and/or Uninvited Writer write there.
I enjoyed writing there but I never made much money. I sold one thing through Amazon. It is a great place to learn discipline though. You have to post at least one article a week or they remind you. They have lots of training materials and my articles did do well in Google, just no money since they don't have Adsense.
I quit about a year ago.
Oh okay, thanks for replying. I've just started the training. I'm not in it for the money, I just want some practise and to see how I go. Thanks again
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