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So I am new to the world of writing. But I am loving it more and more every day. I have already drastically cut my hours back at LiveOps (phone work). My goal is to keep gaining experience, start my schooling next month and once I am more professional and polished begin applying for the higher paying jobs. Currently I work with TextBroker.com and I really love their layout. They list all of the articles available to you by your rating (rated 1-5 stars based on your work with them). You choose which article subject you wish to write and the pay varies depending on rating and word count. Most of my articles range from 350-500 words and I am paid $4-6 each. I began searching for other companies similar to TextBroker so that I would have more options and variety in article subjects. This is when I ran into two new companies.
First is WordGigs.com. They also hire newbies and it is a great place to gain experience. Unfortunately they are currently not hiring. But you can give them your email address and be put on their list to be contacted when they have openings.
The other, more hopeful site, is a new one: WriterAccess.com. I applied yesterday morning and by the evening I had received my approval email and was able to log into the site and write 2 articles for them. The articles paid better than TextBroker. 350 word ‘How To’ article paid $7.11. Considering it was on a subject I already knew it took me 45 minutes to complete. Not too bad considering I am new to the field.
As I have said in a previous post. Writing from home is a very lucrative opportunity. I am amazed every day by the number of job postings made for writers. If anyone is interested in learning more and finding anywhere from newbie jobs to professional ones that pay guaranteed money, or even find ways to make a residual income from writing, feel free to contact me with your info either here or through facebook or read the Writing thread at WorkPlaceLikeHome.com forum.
Have a nice weekend!
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