I have been doing freelance writing for almost 6 months now and I am enjoying it. I have recently started writing short stories and flash fiction, and recently had one of my flash fiction stories published online. I have been doing all of my freelance writing for one site mainly, and while I like the site and the pay the work is always steady. The site I am talking about is TextBroker. I was wondering if anybody else knew of sites similar to TexBroker. I have looked into a couple sites and I have not found any place else I really like yet. I would really appreciate any suggestions on similar sites like TextBroker.
melody23 wrote on July 24, 2014, 3:05 PM
I submitted a sample to textbroker ages ago and it is still saying they are not taking on any more writers at the moment but will contact me when they are. If you look under the writing category I have written a few writing site reviews you might find useful, I quite like greatcontent personally and am starting to have success on odesk.
BigBlue1613 wrote on July 24, 2014, 3:12 PM
ive heard nothing but bad things about odesk cause you have to bif on everything and ppl will work for nothing. it took textbroker 3 weeks to get back to me when i initially joined but it was worth it.
melody23 wrote on July 24, 2014, 3:38 PM
Ive waited months on textbroker and still heard nothing! Odesk and elance are both sites where you need to bid for work but you don't need to work for nothing, im doing my first odesk job just now and its not bad money, its all about how you write your proposal, of course there are some people who will always employ the lowest bidder but most value quality and will pay higher prices for decent writers, the problem is proving you are a decent writer because when you are new to the site you have no feedback.
AngelSharum wrote on July 24, 2014, 3:43 PM
Congrats on getting the story published. I remember my first. It is exciting. I worked with Textbroker in the past. I don't do much non fiction these days though.
BigBlue1613 wrote on July 24, 2014, 3:49 PM
Thanks, it pays the bill until I can write fiction full time.