Earn money by writing articles

@sarnot1 (188)
Dhaka, Bangladesh
April 4, 2012 12:30pm CST
I am looking for a legit site where I can earn money by writing articles. I know few but all of them is very strict about grammars and I am not that good in grammar. Any of you can help?
7 responses
@AJsMom (157)
• Philippines
4 Apr 12
You need to work on your grammar. The best way to do it is constant reading. Posting here also helps because you practice the art of communicating with other people. You can't be given a writing job without improving your grammar. The only way to be a writer is to be a good one. You will be competing against good writers, so you need to give a good fight to be considered for the job.
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@sarnot1 (188)
• Dhaka, Bangladesh
6 Apr 12
Thx for your comments. I am always working on my grammar and it must not that worst but still need to improve. As you said, I have to compete against good writers.
• United Arab Emirates
16 Sep 12
If you are looking out for where to polish your writing, then the best place to be is to join writing forums, where you can meet up with other writers and get to ask questions, learn from fellow writers by reading their blogs. More so, you would have to remember that learning and improving your grammar means you should be straight up with your english and learn that abbreviations and chat styled words are not helping, they never do because you might someday get used to them and use them rather than the exact word in your writing.
@ajalitus (127)
• United States
5 Apr 12
There's really no substitute for good writing if you plan to make money from it. It's like wanting to become a personal trainer when you're not in the best shape yourself. If you seek not to improve your writing, then you would have better luck if you used a website that offers mini jobs on writing. Basically, you can earn in any website where writing isn't the main focus. I can't think of any sites at the moment though. You shouldn't do those revenue earning sites though (like Triond). I think that's just a waste of time if you're not knowledgeable about SEO, LSI, and all those other intimidating 3 letter acronyms. I hope it helps.
• United Arab Emirates
16 Sep 12
Here is a more advance response from a writer. There is nothing more to add or subtract, and the clear meaning says you shouldn't write for revenue share sites, put more effort to improving you writing and start writing.
@MATT69AC (335)
• United States
4 Apr 12
A great website that I use and have been paid from is triond, I love the site and it is fun to write for them. I also have a couple referrals there but they aren't active. :(
• Philippines
5 Apr 12
How much does a triond gig bring in? I choose not to depend on referrals because unless they have the same hobby as you are they needed to be constantly reminded like small children. Any suggestions on Product Reviews site that are available for International users like the Philippines?
@veksinho (84)
• Croatia (Hrvatska)
4 Apr 12
hello mate . I do not understan thet can yu explain what are you meant to say is it like this site like mylot. how much can i earn on thet site and which is minimum peyout . i would like to join some site who is like this amd i think thet is great site and earn some money on them like here :D
4 Apr 12
Don't criticize yourself like you are lagging in grammar skills. It looks like you are having good grammar and its not bad. At first, you can choose writing projects with low pay. You can start with bidding sites like Freelancer, elance and Odesk etc. After generating a year of experience and sufficient level of writing quality, you can start play into this innovative platform.
@sarnot1 (188)
• Dhaka, Bangladesh
6 Apr 12
I am not criticizing actually, I am worried about my grammer. Its not that worst but I know still need to be improved as writing sites want good grammars. And thx for mentioning those sites, I knew these but never tried. Will try now :)
• United Arab Emirates
16 Sep 12
I will like to add that you should get to use MSWord when writing, never write directly into the submission box of any other site. Another advice would be to join Helium, it's a kind of a pay per view site too, rev share I mean but still has articles for payment, all you have to do is write. They even have editors that helps with these, so you could provide better articles, if you can write there, you can write everywhere.
@abhi_bangal (3686)
• India
28 May 12
I would suggest you go for forums like mylot and be more active there. Read what other people are saying. It will not only make you more aware of the developments around, but also help you write and speak better. By the way, from your discussion, it doesn't look like English is your first language. So, try to grasp it by reading lots of things and listening to programmes on the TV in the English language. I don't know about my level (because I can't say I am good for myself ), but that is how I am trying to develop myself. Whenever you are online try to solve grammar quiz an and when possible. There are many web sites that will allow you to 'play' with grammar.