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Paid to Write

Updated on January 9, 2011

Your First Paid to Write Stop

When starting your paid to write online venture into writing, hubpages should be your first stop. I have personally generated a lot of fast cash through the adsense revenue program writing about whatever I feel whenever I feel. Signup is free


Paid Instantly

Reading through many other hubs in the hub page community I browsed through lots of the comments made by people who were looking for ways to instantly get paid for writing rather than wait the long haul for Google Adsense to take off to a good start. It’s perfectly understandable that people want something that creates a fast way to earn an online income and are rather impatient, that’s in our nature to be that way. In fact I used to be one of those people back when I started writing online on many older paid to write websites. I do have a few suggestions that you all may take to as I have used them and currently use them to pass the time when I am just plain bored or on vacation from work. The payment options from these websites vary from PayPal payments to debit card payments and bank transfers.


Writing for Textbroker

With Textbroker paid to write, the sign up if free and you get to pick and choose your jobs based upon your rating. Textbroker gives your writings a rating of two though five based on a writing sample and grammar. The higher you’re rating the better your jobs to choose from. When you’ve chosen a job and completed writing for the client you are paid into your Textbroker account immediately and can request a payout to your PayPal account twice per month. The money that you earn builds up quickly and you are paid two to five dollars per writing or even more depending on requested word count of client. It’s very easy to understand, the client lists what they want you to write about, these are typically two to four hundred word blogs or articles on various topics, again you pick and choose what jobs you want based on how much they pay or how much you love the topic but after you choose you have a certain amount of time to complete the assignment and get paid. The website requests you submit a tax form before releasing your payment because you are a freelancer.

Writing for Carrot Review

Another paid to write website that may interest you is Carrot Review, if you are going to be shopping a lot online or already do you can submit a review to this website upon free sign up and once five reviews are completed you get can request your PayPal payment. Your payment will be in Australia currency so it will have to be converted through PayPal but that’s only a few dollars taken out, at least you get paid something. Carrot Review pays five dollars per new review, two dollars per sub review, and ten dollars extra if your review is the highest rated. I tested it as well so that I could give out useful information making sure everything was legit and received a payment of $25 within one day of submitting my reviews via PayPal echeck that is set to clear on the 20th of this month.


Writing for Elance

You may also find Elance paid to write website to be one of the best sources online for writing, on this website you can earn money through many venues such as writing blogs, creating websites, writing articles, administration assisting, and much more. It’s free to sign up and writers are earning anywhere from $200 on upper assignment. It’s like the eBay of paid to write websites where you place a free bid on a job and if the employer chooses you to complete the project you get paid your asking price plus build feedback within the community for other employers to hire you. Here you can create a major income and to test it out I landed a job setting up a blog to promote a website that earned me $150 dollars for ten short articles. This one is definitely suggested among many because it’s one of the trustworthy ones and they even offer a debit card to withdraw your funds to or escrow service when taking on a job.



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      brandonfowler66 8 years ago from EveryWhere USA

      Thank you I've never heard of that one.

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      howhypedia 8 years ago is another website that allows 50% google split to write anything

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      brandonfowler66 8 years ago from EveryWhere USA

      You're welcome Buddy Watchman it is my belief that anyone with a serious interest in writing can be a success in todays online market.

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      Buddy Watchman 8 years ago from Townsend Delaware

      Thanks for the good info Brandon! I'll check out TextBroker. I've signed up for Elance and bid on a few jobs. I think competing worldwide for jobs online is tough, but speaking and writing fluent English definitely gives me an edge. Time will tell.


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