Have anyone tried 'iwriter.com' and 'freelancer-writers.net'? Any opinions?
iwriter.com claims to pay upfront payment for articles. Not sure about freelancer-writers.net. I am in need for such websites that pay me upfront for my articles (I am not U.S. based, so cannot use AC, DS, Constant Content sort of websites). Can anyone help me regarding these two websites that they actually work and are not a scam?
If you can recommend me another website of the same genre, please do so.
Sorry can't help you out on this. I'm based in France but I'll check out the sites and get back to you.
All the best,
i have used both and they are pretty low paying sites. you can make better money with textbroker.com however you can make even more on a contiuned basis right here on hubpages. textbroker is great for up front costs.
no, but I'd like to hear the feedback of folks who have
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