Any experience with iWriter?

@maezee (34546)
United States
April 14, 2016 12:37pm CST
I have been experimenting with one online earning / writing site and am looking for others to work on as well. I came across this one while Googling online and I am wondering if anyone has had any experience with it. Has anyone gotten paid from it? Is it legitimate? What exactly do you write and do? Any insight is appreciated. Thanks, and Happy Thursday!
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@marlina (80710)
• Canada
14 Apr 16
Sorry, never of it.
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• United States
14 Apr 16
Second that, I have never heard of that.. Hope you find out info though!!
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@maezee (34546)
• United States
14 Apr 16
@infatuatedbby Yeah! I will let you guys know if it works or not....Still debating on trying it :-)
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@Ruby3881 (1997)
• Canada
14 Apr 16
I'd be curious as well. I signed up there some time ago, but I never took any gigs. The only thing I know is I get an awful lot of mail from them! I really need to go change my email preferences..... I have worked for a similar site called Hirewriters. They are OK, but shortly after I joined they started charging a fee to cash out. I don't care for that, and I can't say it's always easy to find a good gig there. Sometimes there are a few, but they tend to have a lot that have unreasonable requests (including writing fake feedback for websites.) And some clients really micromanage the writing, asking you to do things that make it really stilted and awkward. It's difficult from that point of view...
@maezee (34546)
• United States
14 Apr 16
Aha, I have been experimenting with a site called Zemandi, I'm not sure if you have heard of that. They have some clients that are really unrealstic with their expectations as well. It kind of annoys me and makes me think - why don't you just write it yourself? But a lot of the articles only require 400 or so words which makes it not terribly time consuming. Would you suggest I look into Hirewriters? Are you a member of Zemandi? Maybe we can exchange referral links (in a PM) if you are interested. :-)
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@miniam (9228)
• Bern, Switzerland
14 Apr 16
There is nothing wrong with writing a site feedback@Ruby3881 .From experience,to write a website feedback, you have to visit the site, check the flow of it,,mistakes,content,images and the rest then write a review.This helps site owners see their website with other eyes.
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@Ruby3881 (1997)
• Canada
15 Apr 16
@miniam Hirewriters isn't likely to change anything, as it's a straight business for them. They offer the listing service and process payments, and when they do that they take their cut. They aren't interested in improving anything, unless they start losing business...
@miniam (9228)
• Bern, Switzerland
14 Apr 16
I have been at iwriter, not as a freelancer but as a paying client.Here is how it works. You as a freelancer set up a profile,say what you can offer, be clear including price so a potential client understand you as soon as he reads your profile and is not left guessing. After that, sit tight and wait, if a client sees your profile and is impressed, they contact you with a job offer.If you feel you are up to it,you do whatever task they want done, send the work then you get paid. As said,only been there as a paying client but thats how it works. good luck to you.
@maezee (34546)
• United States
14 Apr 16
Where do you put up a profile? At iWriter?
@miniam (9228)
• Bern, Switzerland
14 Apr 16
@maezee When you register, you`ll be able to fill up your profile.It might be slightly different if you are a freelancer or an outsourcer but I'm sure not a big difference.
@maezee (34546)
• United States
14 Apr 16
@miniam Ok. I already signed up for it, but it's asking me to send in a photo copy of my drivers license, and I was a little wary of that.
@Corbin5 (122985)
• United States
14 Apr 16
I ran across iWriter and read a bit about it. Apparently articles that, let's call them customers, want written. I think there is a certain amount of time in which the article must be completed.
@maezee (34546)
• United States
14 Apr 16
Ok. Probably similar to the site I'm currently using i would guess. Do you ever use these types of sites?
@fchalida (196)
• Indonesia
15 Apr 16
I heard about iWriter... i already sign in. but i still fail in grammar test. because iWriter give a grammar test before start the job.
@quantum2020 (10174)
• Ciudad De Mexico, Mexico
14 Apr 16
I have Heard of iwriter and I have an account, but I have not taken any work from them. It´s easy to pck a writing work but you have to compete with other writers who have taken the same order. I joined a better one than that where the work seems to flow more smoothly! Try; write my paper!
@acelawrites (12740)
• Philippines
14 Apr 16
I wrote for some clients there. But the rate there was too low, and there seemed to be some clients who would just reject your article, I don't know. However, I got a client there who was so friendly, and he requested me to write for him which made me earn a bit. It's just a matter of luck, I think. Yes, it is a legitimate site.