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HireWriters: Great Paid Article Site For Beginners

Updated on October 23, 2015
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Cindy is an expert at living on a shoestring budge having learned how to be frugal, find deals and earn a little extra cash online.

Perfect opportunity for beginner and experienced writers alike! Earn some quick money writing blog posts and articles. There is no limit to how many articles you can submit or how much money you can earn!

HireWriters is a website where you can pick and choose the articles you want to write from a list of writing jobs that changes daily. The site is extremely easy to navigate and the writing jobs are clearly posted. Writers are being accepted from the United States of America, Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, Singapore and New Zealand. Simply join for free and sign in as a writer. You will be taken to your dashboard.

How Do I submit Articles?

Click on "writing jobs" and browse through the articles. Each job description will tell you what the topic is, how many words there should be, the keywords, the time you have in which to write it and the priceto be paid. It will also tell you how many articles the buyer accepted and how many were rejected, giving you an idea of just how easy or tough an assignment can be. Click on a specific job to see special instructions. When you have chosen an article and written it, submit it to the buyer for approval. Often, this only takes a few hours and usually no longer than a day.

How Do I Get Paid?

Once your article is approved, the money is instantly deposited into your account. You can cash out when you have a minimum of $10 in your account. You can meet this requirement with just 5-8 articles. HireWriters pays every Friday automatically, to your PayPal account. The more articles you write, the higher your rank and the more you get paid.

How to Advance In Rank

Every time you sell an article, the buyer will rate you from one to five stars. The higher your rating, the more you get paid per article. So, for a 300-500 word article, a beginner may make $2.25, while a skilled or expert writer will make up to $10.66. Everyone starts out as a beginner and moves up to general (with 3 or more jobs completed and 4 star rating), then skilled (with 7 completed jobs and 4.1 stars) and finally expert (with 12 completed jobs and 4.6 stars). So, you could conceivably become an expert in a day if you write 12 articles on time. There is a potential for some real money here!

Start Earning Money Today!

Join HireWriters today and start making some real money while gaining experience as a writer!


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      crackerjack9 2 years ago

      I hope you find it useful. I love writing for them.

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      crackerjack9 2 years ago

      Safari Chic ...Yes, do. I hope you like it!

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      crackerjack9 2 years ago

      nikhilsukumar...Not off the top of my head, but if I come across any, I'll let you know!

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      crackerjack9 2 years ago

      Thanks ChristinS., but this is an ideal opportunity for beginner writers and for anyone who wants to earn a little extra cash writing short articles. Not all writers are experienced enough to earn over $25 for a blog post. They need practice and this is what HireWriters is great for. It allows people to build their writing skills while earning some extra cash. I don't see it as exploitation at all.

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      Nikhil Sukumaran 2 years ago from Bangalore

      Thank you Crackerjack9. Do you know of any writers website for people in Asia and India?

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      Christin Sander 2 years ago from Midwest

      I prefer to make more than slave wages for my writing. This is not an ideal opportunity at all for an experienced writer and is nothing short of exploitation. When people willingly write for peanuts, it devalues writing overall. I would advise you sharpen your writing skills to the point you can get legitimate clients. I have several I work for and I never make less than $25 for a 500 word blog post. $10 if you're deemed to be good enough? hmmmm.

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      Marlene 2 years ago from FL.

      Thank you for this valuable information. Sounds like good opportunity. I'll check it out.


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