I set my goal of earning $1,000 on Textbroker for January 2018 and I planned out how to do it.
I’ve been a freelance writer for almost six years now, and I’ve written for a number of websites that pay writers for articles. The sites I’ve written for are sometimes called content mills or content farms – usually in a derogatory way. They’re known for their high volume of work and relatively low pay rates. […]
Well now, it’s sure been a long time since I did one of these content writing income reports (last one was back in November 2016…nearly a year ago). So what did you guys miss over the past year? Well, you can read about that HERE, but basically I did the same thing I’ve been doing for […]
What. Am I supposed to start this post off with some kind of apology or “confession” about how I’m a shameful lowlife hack writer who writes for content mills or something like that? Meh. https://media.giphy.com/media/l0IymF5n3bpzTwDHG/source.mp4 I’m not ashamed in any way about what I do. I write for a living, and I’m actually pretty good […]
I’m not saying it’s a good idea. In fact, it probably sucks, but I’m going to do it anyway. You know how most freelance writers seem to hate on content mills all the time? Like, if you google “how to make money at content mills” or “how to succeed at content mills” or something similar, […]
When I first started out in freelance writing, I really had no idea how to go about it. Where do you start? Where do you find clients? And how do you convince them to hire you when you have no college degree and no published clips? That was rough. So I did what many other […]
When I first got started with freelance writing, the place I began was Textbroker.com. Textbroker is what most of us today would call a content mill or content farm. It’s a site where anonymous freelance writers crank out web content for anonymous clients at highly discounted rates. There are many similar content mills out there, […]