Make Money Writing Online on These Websites

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1. HubPages (Make Money)

HubPages is the very first website I’ve just found when I was looking for ways to make money writing online.(Make Money)

HubPages is an ad revenue-sharing site where you make money when people click on the ads on the articles you write. Another way to earn money on HubPages is by signing up as an affiliate with Amazon and including products from these websites on your articles.

Everyone on this site is very helpful. All you need to do to get started is set up an account and write your first article.

2. Textbroker

Applying

To apply to Textbroker, You’ll need to submit a 500-word writing sample for which they gave me the prompt. It only took them about a week to get back to you before letting you know they accepted and graded your writing sample.

Update : They stop accepting the applications for now so please check availability time to time

Acceptance

Textbroker rates their writers based on stars. They gave you four-star writing, based on your writing sample. Their highest rating is 5 stars but nobody starts at that level. In order to achieve 5-star success, you need to pass a somewhat difficult grammar test. You took the test once and did not pass so You have to wait six months before taking it again. 5-star writers can also opt to do proofreading and editing.

How to Make Money

Textbroker does not pay very well. The best way to make more money on this site is to apply for teams. Some of the teams pay very well.

Another way to make more money is to impress clients with your writing and start getting direct orders from clients.

Textbroker pays out once a week with a minimum threshold of $10.

One of the advantages of writing for Textbroker is your articles rarely get rejected. Sometimes you get a revision request for your article for which you have 24 hours to complete. Others have a 2 or 3-day deadline, depending on when the client needs to have it completed.

If you want to start writing for a website that is user-friendly and straightforward, I highly recommend Textbroker. If you have experience with HTML and using anchor text to link to websites, these skills will be beneficial but aren’t necessary.

3. iWriter

Applying

To apply as a writer to iWriter, all you need to do is set up an account with them and you have to submit with two writing samples.

Acceptance

Once You set up my account on iWriter, You could begin writing immediately. Everyone starts out at the same level on this site. There are 3 levels of writers: Standard, Premium, and Elite.

After you receive 30 reviews from clients you have written articles for, you can move up to the next level if you have an average rating of 4.2 stars. If you have an average rating of 4.6 stars, you move up to the elite writer level.

How to Make Money

Even though you start out writing at the first level, you want to write high-quality articles. Most of the clients you write articles for will give you a rating. Some of them don’t, which is why you might have to write more than 30 articles to move up to the next level. Also, some will flat-out reject your articles. This stings a little but doesn’t let it get you down.

Your goal is to get your 30 reviews and move up to the next level so you can earn more money. If clients are really satisfied with your work, they can add you to their favorites list and send you direct requests. They can also pay you tips for your work.


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