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What are the best content mills to write for?

  1. GioiaDegenaars profile image69
    GioiaDegenaarsposted 6 years ago

    What are the best content mills to write for?

    textbroker or iwriter like sites?

  2. kenwrites profile image83
    kenwritesposted 6 years ago

    There really are no more content mills to write for since the Google changes. Bright Hub closed, WiseGEEK, closed, Demand Studios might as well close. The thing now is to go after private clients and maybe in between write for content brokers such as Textbroker, MediaPiston, Constant Content, Writers Access, Interact Media and Daily Article.

  3. kenwrites profile image83
    kenwritesposted 6 years ago

    I started freelance writing back in 2009. Back then freelance writing jobs for beginners were mainly at content mills. You know, places that produced tons of content every day just to have some space for Adsense ads and advertisements. Some paid... read more

  4. Ch Akhlas profile image60
    Ch Akhlasposted 4 years ago

    Iwriter is better place to write if you have good ratings and able to get some Elite special requests. Textbroker only hire US based writers but rates are better that iwriter.

    I would love to share another content mill to write for, qualitytext.net have constant work for freelancer writers, they pay averages rates.

  5. Lowdown0 profile image83
    Lowdown0posted 3 years ago

    In my own experience TextBroker and Hirewriter have worked out well for me. Here is some reviews about this subject and Textbroker:

    Content Mills vs Revenue Sharing Site
    http://lowdown0.hubpages.com/hub/Conten … ring-Sites

    http://lowdown0.hubpages.com/hub/Making … Textbroker