Profitable topics

United States
April 30, 2007 4:08pm CST
With the recent changes in rates and increase in declined offers most seem to be suffering, allot has changed in a short period of time. I though it would be a good idea to try and compile a list of what topics currently get paid for as well as what doesn't. As of last week I learned that reviews of older video games do not get offers, which wasn't always the case. I have no problem submitting for non payment, but at the same time it would make my situation better if I knew exactly what is profitable up front. I could focus my energy of said topics instead of wasting much time.
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@hcromer (2712)
• United States
1 May 07
I think that with Summer coming up right now that travel reviews would do well. I know that when I submitted a few travel reviews when I first joined the site, it was in the middle of winter and I still got $10.00 a piece for travel reviews in Myrtle Beach and $5-$7 each for travel reviews in Miami. Good luck! :)
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@AnythngArt (3304)
• United States
1 May 07
I've had articles rejected on politics (one on Nancy Pelosi that I guess they felt was too partisan) and one rejected on Americans learning science...not sure why they rejected that article. They never give me a reason. I think that they love topics on breaking stories, entertainment shows that are popular, and seasonal stuff. The safest way to write is to follow their requested content suggestions...that way you are usually guaranteed a minimum.