earning cash by writing articles

United States
January 12, 2009 4:38pm CST
For those of you that are writing articles for money. What is your average monthly amount writing those articles. Do the places that your are writing for pay you upfront, or are you having to wait a month to recieve the funds?
4 responses
@paid2write (5201)
16 Jan 09
My earnings at Helium are made up from sales of articles in the Marketplace, upfront payments and an ever increasing amount of daily revenue from page views. My Helium articles are now making an average of $1.50 each day from views alone. I try to write around 15 new articles every month for upfront payments, and I hope to sell at least two articles to publishers in the Marketplace. Last year I received a minimum of $100 each month from Helium, but this year I think I shall be making much more from my participation there. I also get additional earnings each month from my blogs, and for other writing activities.
@lifeplayer (1007)
• Malaysia
13 Jan 09
Well, i'm a part time article writer. I'm earning about $100 per month from my article in average.
• United States
12 Jan 09
I don't usually have any problem finding topics to write about. I have a lot of stuff in my head, and I'm always finding interesting new topics to think about when I surf the web. I only write part-time, so the amount I make varies. I'd like to make about $100.00 a month, and I'm working toward that. I have a paid blog and I write now and then for Associated Content and for Triond. I may eventually submit some articles to Constant Content. The blog pays me every two or three months, depending on how many posts I get around to writing a month in order to make the payout.
@ersmommy1 (12589)
• United States
12 Jan 09
I write sometimes for Associated Content. And the wait for my pay depends on the method I choose. But there is always a wait. Especially while waiting for approval on an article.