I felt it necessary to take one of the comments I received about Textbroker and make it a post. In other words, I wanted to ‘bump’ it up to the top of the list so the question could get attention.
In an earlier Textbroker post, many of my readers shared their Textbroker writing experience. Unfortunately, I’m not in a position to contribute much to the conversation because I’ve only used Textbroker once to see what it was all about. My experience is minimal and therefore I’m asking those more familiar with them to help this person out.
Here’s the original comment:
“I recently started writing for Textbroker to see if I could earn a few extra dollars from my home. The only experience I’ve had writing came from college research papers and that was many years ago. I was accepted at level three and have written ten articles so far. This has been a good refresher course for me because I was downgraded to level two because of some spelling errors, the original sin of composition!
So far, all of my articles have been accepted but the biggest hurdle I have to overcome is figuring out exactly what a client expects. Creative writing has always been fun but informational content requires a lot of research time.
If anyone has any advice for a novice it would be greatly appreciated.”
Thanks in advance for helping Ben out.
About the Author: Felicia A. Williams is a freelance writer and blogger. She spends the majority of her time with her family and writing. If she's not writing or commenting on NJFM, she's either outside smelling the roses or writing articles for one of her other sites which include Tidbits and Stuff, BLULOW, A Dose of Health and a few other sites/blogs scattered around the internet.