iWriter.com Forum?

United States
January 29, 2012 11:32am CST
Does anyone know if there is an iWriter.com forum anywhere on the web? I've been writing on there for a few weeks now and find it to be an excellent site where I am making good money, but I would love to find a forum site to discuss with other writers. Can't seem to find one, though. I registered at Warrior Internet Marketers forums which are INCREDIBLY helpful for people looking to make money on the web, but there isn't much iWriter talk going on. Just a few mentions. Any help is appreciated!
3 responses
29 Jan 12
Any writing forum will do. There are plenty of discussions about it here and it's been mentioned on mine several times, though usually along the lines of "the pay sucks". What did you want to discuss about it? You might be talking about general writing topics, in which case the Warrior forums aren't much use: they're very focussed on marketing and the writers there compete for insanely low prices on their work. You'd be better off talking to other freelance writers than marketers (unless you're talking about marketing, of course!).
@boyuancy (1709)
• India
29 Jan 12
Spike, why don't you tell him about . . . Oh Wait! myLot Guidelines!!!
29 Jan 12
Precisely. I'm not allowed to. There IS an excellent discussion of iWriter on myLot here: http://www.mylot.com/w/discussions/2614148.aspx But it's mostly interesting for people who aren't already on it.
• United States
29 Jan 12
Actually, I'm very aware of the MyLot guidelines, I searched for topics on iWriter and did not find anything that was of help to me. Thanks, though.
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@boyuancy (1709)
• India
29 Jan 12
What do you want to discuss Shira? Ideas maybe? Then, all the major rev. share sites have a forum for their members where users can discuss their ideas. Give it a try. You do not really need to join as a writer, you can just join their forums. Squidoo and Factoidz have it, I can't say about the rest.
• United States
29 Jan 12
What I was looking for was to discuss specifics about the sites, how do do certain things in regard to THAT SITE specifically, and how to work with certain article types and client types. All pretty specific. I've searched online looking for iWriter topics and most of what I have found is just a bunch of complaining. The site is working very well for me, and I am making a lot of money and have an Elite rating, so I plan on staying there. It would just be nice to know if there were a place where writers and clients from that site go to discuss it. Thus far, I have not found one for iWriter, which is why I posted here to ask. There is not a forum to be found connected to their website. Just a link to take you to Brad Callum's general support site for all his programs, but there is nothing for iWriter. Thank you for your reply.
30 Jan 12
The owner created it as a money-mill rather than a writing forum (i.e. it's more a business than a community), which is why there's no forum. A shame, really, but that would incur extra cost so I can see why he hasn't added one. It's interesting to read your note about the Elite rating level: can you provide more detail on the sort of pay rates (not "up to" but actual) at that level? Without going into your personal info, of course! It'd be great to know more, since all we normally see is the lower end which sucks, to be honest.
@deodavid (4150)
• Philippines
30 Jan 12
Hey there shira0524, well i guess ive got nothing to share here all though i am intrigued about that site, and you says it compensates well. Well then i guess i am going to check it out later then, thanks a lot and i'll note you if something comes up for your query.
• United States
30 Jan 12
It compensates "okay", and once you get to Elite status writer. Which is 30 reviews of 4 stars or better. It only took me 2 weeks. From what I have read, some people think it hardly pays, and at the lower level scale it's not that much, but once you're Elite level you have access to chose articles that will pay up to $15.00. You just have to be a really good, correct writer. Thanks for the comment back.