Most of the sites I write for pay monthly, and while it’s nice to look ahead and see that next month I’ll get paid so much more, it’s frustrating to wait a month between paychecks. There have been times in life where that was OK, and right now is not one of those times. So if you’re needing to be paid weekly, check out Need An Article (apply by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org) , Quality Gal, WiseGEEK (potentially 2-3 times a week and not currently hiring) and Demand Studios. Associated Content and RentACoder pay every 2 weeks. Textbroker, Bukisa, eHow and Suite101 pay monthly. I’d love to add to this list. It’s a genius idea that the amazing Jazmin shared on the wahm.com writers forum, and I had to pass it on. Getting paid weekly- sometimes that’s REALLY important:) If you have any to add, please do so in the comment section.
I just wanted to announce that I was recently made the Seattle Homeschooling Examiner. All the other writer-moms are doing it, right? I’ll admit, my first two articles aren’t brilliant, but why waste brilliance at the beginning, right? So now when all the other writer-moms are talking about their experiences and advice for The Examiner, […]
Um- Okay technically the term would be content producer. Forum Booster is a service that helps create conversations on new message boards to stir up conversations and get people talking. They pay writers to go have bogus conversations on the new website’s message boards, so that when the real visitors arrive, it looks like people […]
Since such a lot of my website’s traffic seems to be for the term “writers weekly” I felt that it was important for me to distance myself professionally from Angela Hoy. She has a vendetta against webwriters. She repeatedly publishes articles calling all internet writing sites “content mills” and declaring, one after another, that they’re […]