I am looking for more sites to write on??? -momtrying2makeit

United States
May 30, 2009 4:48pm CST
I know about a lot of sites but wanted to know if anyone knows but some others. These are the ones I already know about ehow.com triond.com buskisa.com helium.com assoicatedcontent.com hubpages.com So do you know any more no LINKS PLEASE! thanks and let me know mylot peeps :)
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@scheng1 (24701)
• Singapore
31 May 09
Hi, I have compiled a list few weeks back, please take a look at http://www.mylot.com/w/discussions/2005894.aspx Since then, I get to know about chacha.com (very funny site, where readers ask questions, and the writer, known as guide, has to provide answer) organizedwisdom.com and mahalo.com (both are human powered search engine, you have to write and post links to different websites) speak-write.com, tigerfish.com and accrutranglobal.com (these three sites are medical transciptions job, no medical knowledge required) If you have perfect command of English, and want to make a lot of money, do write and sell your articles in Constant-Content. Constant-Content functions like a marketplace, where you post your article for sales, and wait for buyers. The rate for 500 words article is about $100, commission about 33%. Read in the forum in Constant-Content that the most popular articles are between 500 to 800 words.
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• United States
2 Jun 09
Hi there I did check out some of the sites and my hope is I can comeback later and check some more out to see what will work for me. Thanks for taking the time responding to my discuss and I did take a look at your discuss as well and I plan on responding to it as well.
@underdogtoo (9591)
• Philippines
31 May 09
I believe that you must be a very talented writer because you know of all these sites and I am pretty sure that you write a lot. I know about helium but I never made money on them. I prefer doing the discussions on mylot because it keeps my paypal from being empty. Cheers!!
@mommaj (22872)
• United States
30 May 09
It looks like you have been on here a while so you probably know more about them than me. LOL I just started with text broker, daily article, and there is also constant content. It is extremely picky as far as grammar and spelling. Textbroker seems to be a really cool site if you want to know what the payment is upfront before you write. I hope some of this helps I think we are all in the same boat.
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@iakulchen (615)
• Singapore
1 Jun 09
I know you said no links,but since I can't Copy/Paste and it's a list of around 70 sites... I do have a list of sites I maintain at www.squidoo.com/writingfulltime If you want you can take a look. I'm sure that some of the sites do need their descriptions changed, but the descriptions for most of them should be accurate and up-to-date.
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• United States
2 Jun 09
I will take a look since you want to share thru this way. Thanks for taking the time to respond to my discussion and happy mylotting to you as well.
@paid2write (5202)
31 May 09
You could try offering your articles for sale at Constant Content and Daily Article. Both sites sell content to buyers who want exclusive original articles. At Constant Content you can also offer usage rights, so articles can be sold more than once and be published non-exclusively on different sites. I don't have personal experience of the following writing sites but you may like to look at them: Whixy Squidoo ArticleIncome ContentCurrent gzyn
@Raven1 (577)
• Australia
31 May 09
Be careful with Content Current - there are comments all over the internet claiming they don't pay their writers
@cvrajan (354)
• India
31 May 09
Look into these too: Triond.com Howtodothings.com suite101.com
• United States
31 May 09
I have never heard of howtodothings. I will check that one out thanks for taking the time to respond to my question here. Happy mylotting as well.