I do some writing on both of those sites - mostly on teams and "love lists." I'm getting a lot of steady work from one client. They are even asking me for article ideas. From Googling, I know what website it's going to and I think the client is directly connected with the website. I'm tempted to try and contact them directly. If they were OK with it, I could be earning 40% more, have easier client communications and maybe get credit for my work. Has anyone had a similar experience or gone outside of the WA or Tb system?
by Casimiro2 years ago
I know many hubbers also write on TB, so I thought I'd point out to you that the new TOS, which goes into effect for all TB writers on July 1st may be of concern to you.In particular, you will be subject to a new *24...
by SantaCruz5 years ago
Are websites like Textbroker illegal? Many TB writers earn less than the minimum wage.Lawyers, please chime in! Websites like Textbroker pay lower-level writers just one or two cents per word. Obviously, the writers are...
by charliegrumples6 years ago
I've been using textbroker for some article sites I've done (not HP don't worry).. I write some of my articles myself but when I'm doing one for a subject I find tedious I outsource it there. I'm thinking...
by GioiaDegenaars3 years ago
What are the best content mills to write for?textbroker or iwriter like sites?
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