textbroker

United States
August 20, 2009 6:05pm CST
Do you have to be like a really good writer to get approved with textbroker...
2 responses
@LouieWpHs04 (4560)
• United States
20 Aug 09
I've had writing assignments approve very easily with them and I don't really consider myself a fantastic writer. Plus. Most professional places that buy writing pay out about $180+(magazines, various internet sites, and plenty of other types of publishers.) per article. Looking for an article that they're going to pay between $2-$4.00 they I don't think are looking for super high quality writing.
@mommaj (22770)
• United States
20 Aug 09
Totally agree. They aren't looking for great writing. I should know they let me on there. LOL It's actually like the other writing sites except it gives you the amount you are going to make for an article before you write it. I have noticed Textbroker is showing more articles as of late. It's a pretty good deal if you aren't a writer that is making $180. Any little bit will help the struggling writers, like me. LOL
• United States
21 Aug 09
I would say that you lack self confidence in your writing. But you don't really need to have this question answered. Go to Textbroker, submit your short writing sample and then go from there. They have three writing levels and there are jobs for each level. You won't get rich writing for them...but you can make some money.