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Re: iWriter vs TextBroker

Postby skysnap » 26 Dec 2016, 09:36

I wish I could earn good from iwriter. The reason being textbroker is not worth it. and they have their own stuff to deal with.
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Re: iWriter vs TextBroker

Postby sprite1950 » 15 Apr 2018, 07:29

I looked at Textbroker yesterday as I thought it might something I could do but I thought the rules of the test piece were a little strict so gave up on it. I haven't tried iWriter yet.
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Re: iWriter vs TextBroker

Postby ahmedo24 » 15 Apr 2018, 11:06

When I was introduced to iwriter it was garnished to be very easy to work but on getting there I discovered the story changed cos I couldn't pass the entry test
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Re: iWriter vs TextBroker

Postby Silvermist » 15 Apr 2018, 12:30

I did check out both the sites.I came to the conclusion that iWriter and TextBroker are not sites for me.So did not join them.
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Re: iWriter vs TextBroker

Postby augusta » 15 Apr 2018, 16:26

text broker don't accept my country so I dont use it,I however use mostly iwriter but not making much either because of my level
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Re: iWriter vs TextBroker

Postby chekdn » 16 Apr 2018, 00:35

I only know of iwriter, i don't know of textbroker. Even iwriter i couldn't pass the test. I had since given up on the site at least for now.
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Re: iWriter vs TextBroker

Postby bestwriter » 16 Apr 2018, 01:22

I have written for iwriter and so far earned 98 dollars. And that was a long time ago. I am still at the Standard level. You are right. It is not easy to get acceptance of articles there.

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Re: iWriter vs TextBroker

Postby cmoneyspinner » 17 Apr 2018, 01:05

I checked to see if I had an account with this site. (I sign up for so many that I forget.) It seems I don't have one. Perhaps this might turn into an income opportunity for me. I will explore further.
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Re: iWriter vs TextBroker

Postby Chameli » 17 Apr 2018, 01:19

I know both of these sites. I have account on iwriter, however, I have never checked textbroker. In order to earn money from these sites you need to be exceptionally good with language and writing skills.
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Re: iWriter vs TextBroker

Postby suny » 17 Apr 2018, 04:39

sprite1950 wrote:I looked at Textbroker yesterday as I thought it might something I could do but I thought the rules of the test piece were a little strict so gave up on it. I haven't tried iWriter yet.


You should try it at https://www.textbroker.co.uk/ (not a ref-link). If you get accepted (you will get accepted) the minimum rate depending on your rating is 1 cent per word and the maximum is 5 cent per word (it's more on the US edition though). Check it here-
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Re: iWriter vs TextBroker

Postby bestwriter » 17 Apr 2018, 04:57

cmoneyspinner wrote:I checked to see if I had an account with this site. (I sign up for so many that I forget.) It seems I don't have one. Perhaps this might turn into an income opportunity for me. I will explore further.


Are you talking about iwriter? I have an account there and I have my Ad here
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Re: iWriter vs TextBroker

Postby junrose123 » 17 Apr 2018, 05:57

I have never tried both sites but I am interested to know more of them in the future and I hope that it is available worldwide.
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Re: iWriter vs TextBroker

Postby cmoneyspinner » 17 Apr 2018, 16:45

bestwriter wrote:Are you talking about iwriter?


Yes I was talking about iWriter. But now @Suny has said something to make me think of exploring Textbroker too.
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Re: iWriter vs TextBroker

Postby suny » Yesterday, 03:18

Chameli wrote:I know both of these sites. I have account on iwriter, however, I have never checked textbroker. In order to earn money from these sites you need to be exceptionally good with language and writing skills.


It's not only the expertise in writing skills but one has to be native English speaker. One should know the language consisting of words and phrases that are regarded as very informal. Also one should be expert in finer points of speech than limited to expert writing skills. And not to mention that the writer should know the finer points in particular context or the group of people he is writing about. All this comes when the writer belongs to local community. Simple as that, so even if one lives in the countries mentioned in the FAQ doesn't qualify a writer automatically.

@junrose123 No it's not available worldwide!
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Re: iWriter vs TextBroker

Postby kaphokz » Yesterday, 15:42

I'm not a member of any of these 2 sites, Does anyone share their experience?
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