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#1 ripburn

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Posted 04 September 2016 - 09:46 AM

Can you tell me the best to write for websites? Thanks  :)


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#2 mrclean0325

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Posted 05 September 2016 - 10:46 PM

My favorite is HireWriters.com. They pay weekly for over $10 in work. They have a wide assortment of assignments and sometimes you can catch a big money job if you are on there at the right time.


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#3 chrystalia

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Posted 06 September 2016 - 12:42 AM

I'm still on the books at  iwriter and hirewriters, Both have their place, and are good training grounds for newbies to the internet writing game as well as the more seasoned writers, though at times the clients at iwriter can be a bit of a pain. Up until I went on hiatus last year to write for myself instead of others, I found the majority of my clients the last several years through word of mouth/other clients when it comes to creating digital information. Once you are known to be a good ghostwriter, the challenge isn't finding work, it's deciding which work to turn down LOL. 

 

I have always found all my offline clients through word of mouth, as my offline writing is all in academia/technical/trade journals as a ghost, editor/proofreader/research coordinator. It pays extremely well, and you'd be surprised at how many of those doctoral dissertations and papers published in academic journals are ghosted, in part at least (and in more than one case--wholly).

 

I tend to stay away from the freelance services personally, as I know far too many people who have been cheated, and have had problems with places like Fiverr, Odesk, SEOClerks. The rule of thumb with those services is to choose your clients very carefully, from what I have seen.


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#4 rpsmith

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Posted 02 July 2018 - 06:28 PM

AS always, i strongly recommend checking out each potential candidate before hiring them. Then make sure they understand what you want and read the work afterwards. I have run into people who will try to slip in some piece of garbage article that is nothing more than a collection of nonsensical sentences that make no sense whatsoever.


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#5 Kevin J Timothy

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Posted 03 July 2018 - 12:04 PM

I think the best one is Hubpages. It has a very intuitive interface for composing articles, and the ad-sharing program is top notch. Get paid as a result of Google/Bing search traffic, eBay, and Amazon. I like!


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