Has any done writing for Demand Studios, Brighthub, or Textbroker? Which one is

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  1. ptosis profile image72
    ptosisposted 7 years ago

    Has any done writing for Demand Studios, Brighthub, or Textbroker? Which one is best?

  2. Sinea Pies profile image74
    Sinea Piesposted 7 years ago

    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.

  3. M. T. Dremer profile image92
    M. T. Dremerposted 7 years ago

    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.

  4. stuff4you profile image63
    stuff4youposted 7 years ago

    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.

  5. Guy Foxe profile image60
    Guy Foxeposted 7 years ago

    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).

  6. scriber57 profile image60
    scriber57posted 7 years ago

    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.

  7. Mark Applegate profile image68
    Mark Applegateposted 7 years ago

    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'!


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