Looking for online sites or even ghostwriting jobs

United States
June 11, 2008 5:22pm CST
Looking for new places to send my articles. All ready write for Associated Content and Ehow. Never had much luck with helium. Worked for demand studios for a while. Have even done some ghostwriting. But right now the only places I am writing at is AC and ehow. Any ideas? Would love to make a mere $50 a day. Help needed.
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@cwilson26 (2737)
• United States
12 Jun 08
Hey your avatar is like mine! Check out this other forum I post on. Since you write for AC you might know the owner of the forum because she is also an AC writer. Anyway she posts paying writing jobs on their and she reviews most of them before posting them. Here is the link: http://www.accentuateservices.com/xmb/index.php I am on there as cwilson26. Hope to see you there and I know you'll love it. :)
• United States
26 Aug 08
I second cwilson26. I also write at Today, Triond, and eHow. I find AC and Demand Studios to be the best paying. It sounds like you have a lot of experience under your belt. If there is anything else out there, I'd love to know about it but again, spreading myself too thin and I don't make anything. I have to keep reminding myself that.
• United States
26 Aug 09
You'd have better luck looking for blogs that are hiring writers. Most pay betweetn $15 and $30 per post. That's my main source of income at the moment, I write for a few blogs.
@cher913 (25893)
• Canada
12 Jun 08
there are a lot of sites out there for an aspiring writer. my advice to you is to do a search on writers wanted and you will find some sites to write for...how about suite101?
@compumom (738)
• United States
12 Jun 08
Why not continue to write for Demand Studios? At $15 per article, you could write 4 a day and surpass your goal.
@peavey (16108)
• United States
12 Jun 08
Lisa Pietsch ferrets out writing opportunities for a group called CyberCommunity Construction Company. The web site is here: http://www.cybercomconco.com/Writers.html I've seen some good opportunities listed.
@sdas86 (6076)
• Malaysia
12 Jun 08
Hi, Wow, you aim for $50.00 per day. Personally, it is very hard to reach. I am using ReviewStream to make some extra money. ReviewStream pays $2.00 per review. It is a great place to make some money but it is quite hard to get reviews accepted by ReviewStream. Assume that you could write 25 reviews per day and all of the reviews are accepted, then you will make $50.00 per day. Best of luck to you.