quit expertcolumn !!!

@hema7213 (3521)
India
January 13, 2016 1:21am CST
hey everyone, recently i told you about i have joined expertcolumn....but today i decided to quit it. there are some major reason behind it. 1. i worte 2 articles on their by my own and 1 article goes for verification for 3 days... so we have to wait...moderator always find out some mistake in that. 2. i personally don't like their payment system as i prefer paypal only. 3. I already have a website where i am so much involved...writing for some other site makes me feel terrible... so I decide to quit expertcolumn.....
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9 responses
• United States
13 Jan 16
It is all about doing what is best for you. I signed up but didn't like the structure of things so haven't continued on.
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@hema7213 (3521)
• India
13 Jan 16
yes, it is very tough too...
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• United States
13 Jan 16
@hema7213 Yes they were very specific with length and grammar.
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@hema7213 (3521)
• India
13 Jan 16
@ScribbledAdNauseum yes, they are.....actually I think the owner of the website doesn't know how to write and that's why he/she has made such kind of website....actually we are doing his work on this site
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@else34 (13602)
• New Delhi, India
13 Jan 16
@hema7213,I had joined expertscolumn a couple of years back and had as many as 30 articles published there.But they pay on the basis of views your article attracts.My articles didn't get sufficient number of views and I couldn't earn anything there.So I stopped writing for the site.
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@tallawah (9283)
• Kingston, Jamaica
13 Jan 16
That is a real cheat. In fact...how do you know how many views you got? You have to depend on them. Further...note this...when you join some writing sites, use a US proxy and claim to live in the US and use an American name. This is because most of these site owners o/c con men rip off those in the 3rd world but are afraid of Americans because Americans can contact their Attorney General or the FBI and slam shut that site fast.
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@else34 (13602)
• New Delhi, India
14 Jan 16
@tallawah,There was a link through which you can know how many views your article has received.And yes,I agree with you that we from the third world countries are not provided with a level playing field.If ever in future I join any article writing site,I'll keep your valuable suggestion in mind. You really have a point,dear friend.
@jstory07 (69827)
• Roseburg, Oregon
13 Jan 16
Do what is best for you. Quitting was the best thing to do.
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@hema7213 (3521)
• India
13 Jan 16
yes....that's why i decide to do so
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@tallawah (9283)
• Kingston, Jamaica
13 Jan 16
I started, and the same delay hit me...and then they rejected something...nahhh...I don't have time for them.
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@salonga (27954)
• Philippines
13 Jan 16
Whatever you think is best for you...do. In my case, I love expertscolumn, the admin is very honest, my articles are always approved and if there be few times I got rejected articles it is all because of images I attached that needed some fixing.
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@prime123 (20)
• Hyderabad, India
13 Jan 16
I also heard about expertcoloumn but I didn't join in that website. I don't like their system that's why didn't join there. You said you are waiting for verification of your article. I wish you all the best & will be waiting to hear good news from you about your article.
@Porcospino (18396)
• Denmark
14 Jan 16
I joined Expertscolumn, but I didn't write any articles. I just looked at the site and read some of the articles that other people have written. I wasn't sure if I wanted to invest time in the site or not.
• United States
14 Jan 16
@hema7213 I do not trust expertscolumn at all.
@Auntylou (4318)
• Oxford, England
14 Jan 16
Sorry it didn't work out for you. There are many tricky time wasting sites for sure