This site is really hard to use. Their interface is really ridiculous. I’ve worked a few posts for them, but honestly, I just don’t understand why each job shows up in ten places. And when the job is over, shouldn’t it disappear or something? I don’t know. I don’t like this site. I’m thinking this might be the one where you actually write the blog post, THEN you bid to see if they’ll pay you for it. What’s up with that? And the minimum payout for PayPal is $10, then you have to request payment, they don’t automatically pay you. The entire site is difficult to navigate. Maybe I was spoiled by PayPer Post or something. This site involves too much logging on to communicate with the sites you’re writing for.
TextBroker although I hear the pay is low. In the contract there’s a word spelled wrong, that is so tacky. I registered, in anything comes of it, I will let you know. I hope it doesn’t, I don’t really want another low paying job. Mahalo the rates for the individual jobs I saw mentioned were […]
In online writing, there are a few different pay structures that publishers use. Paying writers up front is one model, whereby a writer gets a set fee for each article, and nothing more. Residual pay is another, whereby a writer is paid percentage of the income that’s generated from the advertising on their pages. PPV […]
(meaning that your check comes FROM google, not the website) The Google Adsense API is open for approved web developers, so that they can split the revenue from your articles with you. Every time a reader clicks on an ad, you get half (or another percentage) of the income and the developer gets the other […]