What are some great sites to write online
December 17, 2010 5:36pm CST
Since a lot of sites use google nowadays, I'm interested in finding out if there is any company that pays paypal that is good to write for. I know the major ones like helium, ac, bukisa, ehow, or triond, hubpages, but anything else. Bukisa recently use google and I can't get a google account.
25 Dec 10
Other than Helium and Triond, the other writing sites that I know of that pay either upfront or page view payment are very strict. Bukisa is the best. It's not really strict with the content it allows and it used to give very high payment for page views. But now that it has decided to discontinue page view payment, the number of writing sites that pay by page views and easy to write to is really dwindling. Both Factoidz and Suite101 require a screening process where you need to submit a sample of your writings to them before they approve you for membership. I've been accepted by Factoidz but was declined by Suite101. And Factoidz has rejected the first article I submitted to the site. It's difficult to write for Factoidz. I hate these pretentious sites. I know they need to maintain the quality of their website but when you search online, how many times have you found a Factoidz article? Close to never. I don't want to say anything bad about any writing sites. They have a right to accept or reject membership and article submission. It is after all their websites. So I would suggest that you build your own website and write on that website and then you'd be in control.
• United States
18 Dec 10
If you are serious about writing online, there are those places plus, Associated Content, Need-An-Article, Content Divas, Demand Media Studios, London Brokers, Quality Gal, Blue Glass, Pure Content, Textbroker and many others. There is a lot of money to be made writing articles online. I make my living from it.