Earn by Writing..
July 29, 2010 7:16am CST
There are so many sites which pay for your articles.. but most are based on the no of visits to ur article or by revenue sharing for ads displayed on ur article page.. But what I would like to know is that, if there are any sites which pay for submitting articles if the content is unique and and interesting... If there are any sites which pay for no of visits per articles, please let me know about that as well.
29 Jul 10
Hi there, I am also interested in earning through writing and started recently out. I write currently for helium which pays upfront as well as revenue sharing-the prices ranges from 0.5 to 2.5§ based on your writing stars. As far as I know associated content pays upfront, but only for US citizens as well as participating in revenue sharing. I read about constant content paying for your articles where you can set a price or get a best offer. I am with this site but didnt submit any articles yet. Seed also is paying but is only accepting US citizens. Hope this helps, and good luck.
25 Aug 10
I enjoy writing online too. There are a number of sites where one can write articles and short stories online. If you like writing, you might want to take a look at this site : Review Stream. Here you can write reviews on a variety of topics, things you come across in the day-to-day activities, shopping, restaurants, hotels, travel, and so on. You get paid once your review is accepted. I have been writing reviews there, and happy with it.
4 Aug 10
One way for you to get writing gigs to earn money is by participating in your country's local forums. Look out for people who are looking for English writers and approach them to offer your writing services. I got into making money writing online this way. The person who hired me wanted me to write music reviews for his video site. He paid me $1 for a 150 words review. He would give me 5 reviews to write at a time. Then I discovered Bukisa and got quite busy so he stopped giving me any more writing projects and that is the end of my upfront payment. That is precisely the problem with upfront payment. Once the project is over and you get paid, you don't earn anymore from what you've written. You have to constanty seek out new projects to continue earning. Unlike writing for sites like Bukisa or Helium or Triond where your articles continue to earn you money even if you don't write a single article anymore. Your articles will keep earning you money even while you're sleeping.
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3 Aug 10
The Helium Marketplace does pay upfront for reviews, but you have to make your article meet a certain criteria and it has to be the most well written one because in the Marketplace on Helium, the article with the best writing is the one that they buy.
29 Jul 10
There are "sites" that pay for unique content. And they are listed in Writer's Market. Actually, publications (mostly offline or print) regularly look for articles and other pieces of writing. I have several copies of Writer's Market book/listing published yearly with a list of publications and publishers and the types of writing they need. So, there's really plenty of opportunity for an aspiring writer to get writing gigs. It is just a matter of knowing where to look and being prepared to handle the job. P.S. This is a link to their website: http://www.writersmarket.com/
29 Jul 10
I don't actually know any sites like this and would like to know if there are sites like this too. I've submitted quite a lot of articles to Helium (round about 40-50) and have made $27. You need to maintain your stars, the marketplace is good to make the most money.