Can anyone suggest a good writing site to make money on?
I write for HubPages, Textbroker, and a blog. I want to add one more site, similar to Textbroker, that I can earn money from. Any suggestions?
Try essaywriters.net. I know they pay you to do other ppl's assignments. The harder the assignment, the more your get paid. But you get kicked out of you don't complete 3 assignments within the first few weeks or something similar, so that's a bummer.
You could try Constant Content. You will need to have really excellent English skills to be accepted, but the upside is you can earn great money for articles - much, much more than Textbroker.
See my hub about the site if you want more info. It's on my profile spotlight.
Try ContentBLVD, they have no time or minimum writing requirements, and pay by the article rather than by the word. Articles sell for anywhere between $12 to $53 depending on page rank of the publishing site, or many are a set $20 each. Check my Hub "On Writing for Pennies" for links and more info.
Oops, that title should be "On Writing Web Content" I forgot I changed the title per a suggestion for better SERP results.
Wow, Desmith3, this looks like the best site yet and I have never heard of it before. Thank you. I will go check it out.
I use several sites but the easiest one (as long as you follow the rules) is Bubblews. Some people complain that they don't get paid but I've never had a problem because I stick to the rules. You can claim your money when you reach $50 and so far I am making $50 a month mainly because I am not very active - I know some people are doing that and more per week and are making a good living.
Each article needs to be a minimum of 400 characters 9 excluding spaces, you can use it like a blog, don't copy work from other sites. You need a lot of connections to make the big bucks and the more interesting your articles - the more likely you will be to make money!
I also use redgage but can't get my money out because they won't send me the card!
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