Introduction to Contentmart Website: Contentmart.com Contentmart says it bridges great writers with those that want content. Nothing new there. What’s different is the international flair. This India-based site delivers content in more than 20 languages, which lends a touch of grandiose. The site further backs this concept with data: 135,224 clients 311,087 writers 75,312 successfully […]
Make Money Writing Online
Writing online is a super powerful way to make money. It's insane. Not only can you earn a great living writing content for other people (and this is a growth industry), you can also leverage your writing skills to build a profitable website.
If you're a good writer, you have the advantage online. If you aren't a great writer, it's not that hard to learn how.
Introduction to Talent Inc. Website: Talentinc.com This New York City-based company is not your normal freelance writing site. They do offer jobs to writers who can work remotely and provide the flexibility one might expect from a freelance position. But, at the same time, they are a typical company. They are big, have many employees, […]
Introduction to WriterAccess Web site: WriterAccess.com This is a successful content mill. It has: Strong graphics the messages on each of its pages is convincing the functionality is spot on The site is growing and is among the top content mills in the nation But, does this Boston-based site provide paying work for freelance writers? […]
Introduction to Get A Copywriter Website – GetACopywriter.com The opening page of this site is well done. It says it provides great content and I was convinced. Much of the site was dedicated to selling content (to clients) but there is a spot for writers looking paying work. Small, tucked into the bottom right corner […]
Introduction to Listverse Listsverse is no content mill. The opening page of this established brand has esoteric, “Ripley’s Believe It or Not”-ish lists of ten. They could be recipes for rutabaga, ten unsolved crimes, or ten controversial pardons made by presidents. It’s not the kind of place you’d expect to get writing work, but you’d […]
Introduction to WordGigs Web site: WordGigs I just compiled a big list of potential websites to join from those “top 10 ways to get paid to write” lists. Apparently, some of them are quite old. Normally I’d just skip this one, but rather than waste everyone else’s time signing up (like I did), I’ll just […]
Introduction to Textbroker This was a no-nonsense, functional site. Although Textbroker would certainly not be used to sell fashion products (i.e. the website is lacking in any modern design elements), it will provide some work to writers who want to turn around a quick buck. I did get work from Textbroker, which was not too […]
Constant Content is discerning in their selection of writers. Long story short, and sadly to tell you the truth, I didn’t get any jobs. I was not accepted into their crew of writers and no reason was given for the rejection. I’d still like to write a review of Constant Content from the perspective of […]
Introduction to iWriter The web site looks very professional with mostly clear and functional actions. After three days I scored a $3 job. This site is not the most welcoming to new writers. People new to freelancing may find iWriter discouraging because the pay is so low and jobs can be difficult to nail down. […]
GENERAL LOOK OF WEBSITE Apply: https://create.studiod.com/application.html StudioD had a very basic look. I wasn’t even sure if this website was actually a way to apply for freelance writing jobs, or if the website was still active. As usual, I just grabbed this site from a listicle showing ways to make money writing online, so didn’t know […]