Some time ago, I started writing articles that were ordered by clients on iWriter. I have also ordered articles through this site.
There are absolutely thousands of writers who work through iWriter.
As a writer, you can either purchase a place where you can take jobs that are worth more money, or you can start at the bottom, and write the cheap stuff. As you get excellent ratings, you can move into levels that pay more.
As a client, you can order the cheap stuff, or you can pay more and get higher quality articles.
|The website interface is easy to understand||Article pricing structure is low until the writer has been in the system a long time|
|No issues with payments||A plethora of English as a second language writers|
More About iWriter
A writer earns 81% of the price the article was set at for the client. If a client requests the writer, the writer gets 86% of the proceeds.
iWriter pays payments via Paypal, and the writer can set up payments to be weekly, bi-weekly or monthly. All articles are checked via Copyscape to make sure they are not duplicate material.
Clients can request various types of articles and various keywords that need to be installed in the article.
The levels are:
- Elite Plus
Clients can attain good content at iWriter, especially if you request me…LOL. I don’t write too often there because I make much more with my regular clients, but if I find I am caught up and need something to do, I just pop in and write an article or 2.
If you need articles or write articles, I am putting the link at the bottom of this article.
I give iWriter 6 out of 10 stars. Please share your experiences with iWriter.