Is there good money in writing?
July 10, 2007 2:21am CST
I mean, online writing. I am looking at a good chance to make money here on the internet. Writing is one of those I am seriously considering. If you are already a writer online, please share to me some tips and advises to really make money here, say between $300 to $500 a month. Please help me.
• United States
10 Jul 07
I am a member of a site that pays you to write articles online, then they are rated by members and the higher your rating, the more money you can make. You can choose from a wide range of topics to write about and there is no limit as to how many articles you can write, so as long as your content is good, you can earn a substantial income from them. They pay via Paypal, monthly I believe. I have only written three articles so far and only one is rated highly (I have to devote more time to it, that's all) but I've made $0.81 sense from that one article already, and as long as it stays rated number one, I will continue to make money from it. I don't think they delete the articles either... there is no referral link for the site, but I have 47 invitations left if you are interested in it. Add me as a friend here and give me your name and email address and I'll send you an invitation.
10 Jul 07
I haven't been successful as an online writer yet. I am also looking for an opportunity such as writing blog content, or translating, editing or proof-reading from the internet. I've come across one site, it is The Writer's Bureau. I forgot the full url to this site, but you can use the search engine to find this site. If you find out this is a true money making site, please let me know. I hope this helps you. Have a nice day.
10 Jul 07
I do not know whether you get so much money in a site which I am going to suggest. Couple of friends of mine have earned $200 per month. www.wikipedia.com (actually the site's subsidiary web address is wikimmunity or something. You can check up at wikipedia. You can write aritcles of your local interesting anecdotes or historical information not covered already in wikipedia.