Does anyone have experience writing for Demand Media Studios?
Please share any experience and/or advice you have about writing for this company. I am trying to decide whether or not to fill out the application for Demand Media Studios. I have read all the FAQs and keep seeing the job posting come up on my higher education listing.
From what I have read, somethings do not make sense and the site is producing a large number of disgruntled writers.
See link for more:http://www.demandstudiossucks.com/
Thanks. I notice others have asked about Demand Studios but they were a year and two years ago, so I was wondering if things have changed.
Thanks. I have seen people post comments a year and two years ago, but I was not sure if things had changed since then.
I worked for them until the well dried up. I was writing for the eHow site. So, I moved on to HubPages. The paid on time, but they pretty much shut off the faucet and the topics were getting really weird and niche-like. Although I haven't quit the site, they haven't contacted me for further work. I suppose they have a staff that they are happy with, but may be looking for more on occasion for other types of web sites that they host.
Thanks. From what I was reading, it seemed like once you were approved to write for them, you would have access to a job message board and could pick the ones you wanted in your area and up to the approved limit of jobs.
I have gone back and checked my writer's desk and found that there are different sections that I can apply to. They are apparently looking for experts in different fields. I applied in gardening, since I am a plant scientist and am a gardener.
eHow only offers authors those who are in United States. That is one of the reasons why I have not try yet.
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