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 email@example.com) , 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 got a message from a facebook friend, asking me if I knew anything about Hubpages. here’s my lazy-@$$ pasted answer: I have an account there but I haven’t written anything yet. It’s very similar to Squidoo in the way it’s laid out. I have an account at Squidoo, too. Both of those sites have […]
One important thing to understand when you’re trying to make a living by writing online is how to analyze your statistics. Each website gives you access to different factors and information. Learning how to “fill in the gaps” is the best way for you to determine which articles are bringing in the most income and […]
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 […]