Ghostbloggers- A Real Place to Write
Updated on: by Jess Weaver
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Recently, I came across this website known as ghostbloggers.net. This writing community allows writers that write in English to contribute to a community of article seekers. The motto here is to write and then publish. Hopefully, someone will find your article interesting and buy it!
“Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.”
What is Ghostbloggers.net?
First of all the key word for this website is Ghostblogger. This term “ghost” usually means you are writing for someone else and they are going to publish it in their name. This company has a wide range of clients that are looking for articles of a certain genre. When I submitted my first article I wrote on the topic of Self Improvement.
How does Ghostbloggers.net work?
First you must go to Ghostbloggers.net to register. I was able to get started right away and begin writing. Like I mentioned before, your article has to reach a certain word limit before it is published depending on the genre. However, some genres require no word limit but still request a lengthy article. Your article has to be approved by their team. Registered users can either buy or sell an article. Ghostbloggers also gives you the option to write about popular requested topics such as Logo/Design or Fantasy Football. A client can simply request a certain article topic be written and it is released into the writing pool.
Writers have access to this pool of requested topics, but there is no guarantee your article will be chosen. Ghostbloggers is also listed on Facebook and encourages questions to be written on their wall. I also noticed that Ghostbloggers now offer a place for people to buy and sell blog posts. If you can think it, you can write it. And if it’s written, it’s available on ghostbloggers.net.
They even have recently released the “GhostBloggers™ Keyword Density Checker“ and purpose of the checker is to get a “ nice overview of the top used keywords in your website, their density and lists a number of relevant articles that are available for purchase on the GhostBloggers™ platform” – this quote comes directly from the Ghostwriters Blog http://blog.ghostbloggers.net/ .” This could be a nice tool for someone who writes a blog or owns a website. Keywords are important when writing because that is how web-users find your blog/website when searching.
Is the job at Ghostblogger stable?
I would categorize Ghostbloggers.net as a hobby to do on the side. There is no guarantee that the articles you write will ever be bought. Also, all of the articles written for Ghostbloggers must be unique and you cannot sell them to multiple clients. This type of job can be categorized with places like textbroker.com. Also there is a no tolerance policy for plagiarism and Ghostbloggers uses software to track offenders. You may write when and wherever you choose.
How does Ghostblogger pay?
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When I was writing my first article the pay was about 3.50 per 1oo words. Of course there is an option to charge more for each 100 words. There is no limit to the money that can be earned through Ghostbloggers. However, like most places there is a payout limit. Because the terms are complicated please review the User Terms of Service of how and when Ghostbloggers.net pays.
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July 13, 2011 at 5:04 am
Davy from GhostBloggers here.
Thank you for this review! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. As you said, we’re very open for feedback and encourage anyone to let us know what they think. It’s the best way for us to improve.
Kind regards and have a great day!
July 13, 2011 at 10:18 am
Hey! Nice to hear from you. I think you guys have a good thing going here!
July 15, 2011 at 10:07 am
I’d like to see an option where writers can see if anyone else is writing to a requested title. That can cut down on writing a title and not getting it purchased by the requester. I also would like to see the affiliate program expanded so that writers can refer other writers.
July 13, 2011 at 8:19 am
This is a site that I would definitely have created some content for back around the time when I was into this type of writing! Even though you don’t set your own price, I feel like it’s superior to Constant Content. I see a lot of people talking about GhostBloggers on WAHM and the vast majority seem very satisfied.
July 13, 2011 at 10:19 am
Def a great option for the right people 🙂
July 13, 2011 at 9:17 am
I have also heard a lot of positive feedback about this site. Looks like a great option.
July 13, 2011 at 10:13 am
Ghostbloggers.net is definitely something that I need to check into. It’s mt first time hearing about this writing gig. Thanks Jess 🙂
July 13, 2011 at 10:19 am
No problem. It’s worth looking into!
July 17, 2011 at 8:17 pm
Thanks a lot for this review Jess.I have registered with Ghostbloggers since June 2011.I have written 4 articles so far, but unfortunately they’ve been all denied for some reasons ,such as formatting and grammar issues.Seriously,their stuff is so harsh while checking the content of the articles,though I profoudly spend one hour or more checking my article(s).By the way,I have been teaching English language for about 16 years now ! I can’t understand why my articles are always not accepted.I’m really hopeless.Any advice Jess ,I would be very thankful.
God Bless You
August 18, 2013 at 6:44 pm
You wrote that your articles are rejected for grammar, yet you don’t know why. In your comment there were two grammatical errors that I noticed right away. “Profoundly” was misspelled and “I have been teaching English language” should be “…teaching English”. Also, watch out for those comma spacings.
I just thought I would pass that on you with the best of luck.
August 28, 2011 at 9:11 pm
Someone I work with visits your site frequently and recommended it to me to read also. The writing style is superior and the content is relevant. Thanks for the insight you provide the readers!
September 9, 2013 at 3:42 pm
I have an account as a writer for GhostBloggers.net, but I am a little confused. I think I know the answer, but here it is: I can write anything I feel like writing for GB? I noticed that there are some about articles on the “Article Request” page, none of them interest me in the least. Can I write, say, about a monkey living on Mars who likes to eat peanut butter when it rains Sprite and the effects it has on global warming (You never know, a monkey might be able to do all of these things)? Or do I have to pull from the “Article Request” page? I have a plethora of idea I want to write about, but not sure about the process.
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August 25, 2014 at 10:24 pm
I would try ghostbloggers to sell my articles.
September 16, 2014 at 6:14 pm
GhostBloggers did not pay me for my sold articles! So, I would not
recommend this site to anyone! The owners of GhostBloggers still have
a presence on FaceBook, but they have ignored all my requests (emails,
messages) to be paid. I have learned my lesson!
March 25, 2015 at 5:57 pm
As I said in another comment, they also owed me money, Sheila. I was waiting on $207.00, and I wanted my remaining articles (all 21 of them) removed and my account closed. I had my money the day after I reported them for Internet fraud. They need to learn a lesson. You were just trying to sell your work like I was. It’s a shame. They could have earned an honest and steady income, and their writers could have too. It’s hard to find a good place to sell articles. Here is the link to report Internet fraud. Good luck to you and anyone else who was scammed by that site. http://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx
February 25, 2015 at 11:18 am
Ghostbloggers has not paid me either for any of my sold articles. I have sent several emails; however, they have not responded to any of them. Apparently, according to several other sites, they are no longer paying their writers.
March 3, 2015 at 1:29 pm
Thanks. I will look into this and be sure to share what I find with the readers by updating this post.
March 25, 2015 at 5:50 pm
Hi, Lauren. They didn’t pay me either – until I turned them in for Internet fraud. They sent the money the very next day, and they finally granted my requests to remove my remaining work and close my account. Here is the link to report Internet fraud. http://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx
March 28, 2015 at 7:01 pm
Crystal – thank you for the link to report Ghostbloggers.net for internet fraud. They have not paid me either, and have been unresponsive to my requests to pull down my unsold content. I have filed a complaint via http://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx
April 12, 2015 at 6:34 pm
You’re welcome, Eileen. Hopefully after receiving multiple complaints, they’ll be shut down for good. It’s blatant theft. They keep adding more articles too. Unsuspecting people are still sending them in. Little do they know that they won’t likely get paid, at least not without fighting for the money.
October 9, 2015 at 6:58 am
I deposited 50$ and bought one article ,with the rest of the amount when i am trying to purchase another article, the system says funds available are less
than the cost of article, This is wrong. The funds available in my account are CLEARLY more than the cost of article. I have been writing to your customer service DAILY from the
contact form of your website but i havent got ANY reply yet. All this is giving me doubts about legitimacy of your business.
I want the balance of my money lying with you to be refunded IMMEDIATELY . As per your websites FAQ you do refund. Please upkeep this promise
October 13, 2015 at 12:03 am
I was about to sign up as writer until I read all negative comments here. Can’t believe they are scammer, despite of their professional website look.
January 13, 2016 at 12:43 pm
I sold 2 and requested payment 6 weeks ago. Nio money and no answer to inquires.
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