Has anyone had any experience with >>
I've been considering it for a while, but was wondering if anyone here at HP has already joined?
I look forward to hearing what you have to say.
I've never heard of it, but it looks interesting. I see it costs 2.95 to join. My only thought is they may just end up sending you a bunch of links to places like odesk and others that you could do on your own.
For $3, there's not much to lose.
Looks like it's 2.95 the first ten days and $47 per month after that.
In my opinion, anywhere where you have to pay to get work is a scam pure and simple.
The web site looks extremely scammy, and note the "earnings disclaimer" statement.
Furthermore, where do the jobs come from that populate their "largest database" of writing jobs? There is no sign of any marketing to people desiring to buy articles.
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Job lists. Membership fee. Not worth it.
There's SO much writing work around, you don't need to pay someone to aggregate a bunch of sites for you - and that's all they do. They don't FIND work for you, they just pull together lists of jobs and leave you to apply for them.
At least, that's what I was told by someone who tried them.
Horrible, scammy, unethical scumbag way of taking money from people who can't afford it, in my humble opinion.
If you're that desperate for work, iWriter offers bad pay and loads of assignments (from $4-$10 for 500 words), Textbroker has opened a UK/EU site (.co.uk) and Reviewstream will buy stuff at ridiculously low prices.
There are, however, DOZENS of legitimate sites where you can find proper work, write for rev share, sell your work and earn what you're worth.
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