writing for sites or blogging??
August 9, 2010 5:29pm CST
Hello everyone, It is about 8 to 9 months since I started to look for oppurtunities to earn online. I looked into pct sites, investing, earning through commenting like mylot and through writing online articles and blogging as well as freelancing. To be honest I didnt really stick to anything thats why I only earned pennies. Well now, I would stick to one or two things and keep on going. The problem just is I am not sure about certain things: I have read a few discussions on writing online and some professional ( well at least thats what they call themselves) writers complain about people accepting a very low pay for writing articles. I was already convinced about writing online but now I am doubting- is it really a waste of time and more importantly- is my work not paid well? Will I get paid in the long term according to my efforts? Are sites such as helium paying their writers fairly? The other question is: is blogging bringing in more profit? Is it a better option? And has anyone experience with suite101? Any suggestion and comments will be appreciated, thanks in advance Please do not put any referral links in
11 Aug 10
One of the sites I have been with (and enjoying) is "Review Stream". One can write brife reviews on a variety of topics, things one comes across in the day-to-day activities, shopping, movies, travel, websites, and so on. I have been paid whenever I get to the minimum amount, which is $50. If you like writing reviews, you might want to take a look at "Review Stream" !
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10 Aug 10
It really just depends on how much money you're hoping to make from it all. Some people say that they can make a living by writing full-time for online websites, but they have a strategy for making that work for them. They know how to write lots of articles in a short amount of time. Writing high-quality articles that take a lot of time to write is not going to make you money and is usually a waste of time.