Has any done writing for Demand Studios, Brighthub, or Textbroker? Which one is best?
Only Demand and I like it. I am limited to Ehow article. I've written over 50 at $15 each. It's a lot of work but the training is excellent and it is money. I appreciate them. The editors have been helpful and patient as I learned.
I wrote for ehow before I wrote for hubpages and I had a pretty bad experience with them. Part of it was my fault, but in general I felt they were too restrictive in what I could write. Perfectly good articles were removed just because they weren't in a how-to format. I can't speak for the other two you mentioned, but I personally wouldn't recommend demand studios.
I have not. I've written for eHow which was bought by Demand Studios. I was approved for demand studios but I have yet to write for it yet.
I tried Demand Studios for a couple of weeks but had difficulty finding an article topic I could write on. The pay looks good at first ($15/article usually), but I found the editorial process so time consuming and cumbersome that I just could not write effectively for them. If you have a niche like writing about animals, you might be able to knock out articles for them at a rate that makes you money.
I looked at Textbroker, but there pay was a lot lower ($4 to $7 as I remember it) and the article choices were too limited for me.
I think sites like Elance or Constant Content offer better money making opportunities. I have a couple of articles about Elance which you can see if you check out my profile (plug plug).
Demand Studios have tough guidlines to follow, but if you can follow them they pay the best. I like textbroker myself, because I feel I have more freedom (don't have to follow strict guidlines on some articles). I have made pretty good money from textbroker, but you have to write more articles.
I love Demand Media. I have about 400 articles with them. They are challenging sometimes, but well worth it. I have high hopes for Hub as a nice residual income source. Happy Hubbin'!
by Gary Anderson 8 years ago
Creator of myspace has set up Demand Studios. This site owns ehow. I wouldn't do it but some can write for them. You will lose rights to your articles but will be paid. They use long tail keywords. I wish Hubpages in the subject to write on lists would add long tail keywords as options to work with.
by Chelsea Hoffman 8 years ago
CK while I respect your opinion, it is outright mean to target an individual Hubber of any kind by taking a thread out to degrade her. You would have been much wiser to email her directly, have you approached her in any capacity?When I see an attack like this, I have no choice but to report...
by N. Ramius 8 years ago
The free eHow publishing is vanishing to be replaced with Demand Studios. It seems some people who met certain criteria were grandfathered in to DS and everyone else has to apply to them. To write for eHow means one has to be accepted into Demand Studios who looks like they have a tough join...
by PurpleOne 7 years ago
I am taking a four month leave of absence from work and really need to increase my online earnings to help cover as much lost income as possible.I have heard good things about Demand Studios - at least that they pay $15 upfront for articles and I would be more than happy with that. However, I hear...
by lisabeaman 7 years ago
I decided to apply to Demand Studios to see how that would work out... but I need a resume that details my experience relevant to the roles for which I am applying. Since I've never held any writing positions, I don't know where to start. I can include my education and make a list with links to...
by Missing Link 8 years ago
I got in on EHOW towards the very end just a few months before it imploded. I was making decent money right away----MUCH more than what I make per adsense per hubpages, etc. However, I disliked a number of other things about EHOW. When EHOW imploded there were a number of other things...
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