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Textbroker feedback?
« on: June 10, 2016, 10:35:48 AM »
A friend has started to use textbroker and wonder if other people have any feedback on it. They have a UK version and wondered if there are any hints and tips, and what kind of clients they usually have. Now that PL has withered, I am looking at other avenues.

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Re: Textbroker feedback?
« Reply #1 on: July 19, 2016, 10:09:26 AM »
Textbroker is is good. I have worked for them off and on for about 8 years. You have to be hyper-aware about your grammar and spelling, but there is almost always work there and you get paid regularly. You can cash out at $10 and if you request pay Thursday you get paid Friday. I'm not sure what the cash-out threshold is for the UK version.

You can make more money on there by joining teams. Team clients will pay better regardless of your star rating. You can also set a 'price per word' for direct orders on your profile. This means that if a client sees and likes your profile, they can send you a direct order for an article and they will pay you the price you set. I have made some good money this way.

You have to put a lot into it, but once you get good at it, the pay is pretty decent. I write fast, and I'm a fiend about checking over my work, so I can make anywhere from $8-30 an hour writing on there, depending on what is available at the time.


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Re: Textbroker feedback?
« Reply #2 on: July 29, 2016, 08:50:06 PM »
I applied a few years back and I remember that the process was quite lengthy. After going through that I found that there just wasn't enough work on that site to sustain me and I did not like their cash out policy. It is so hard to make that first cash out and it just didn't seem worth it to me at the time. I make more on Mturk in a day than a week on Textbroker.

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Re: Textbroker feedback?
« Reply #3 on: July 29, 2016, 09:06:12 PM »
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I applied a few years back and I remember that the process was quite lengthy. After going through that I found that there just wasn't enough work on that site to sustain me and I did not like their cash out policy. It is so hard to make that first cash out and it just didn't seem worth it to me at the time. I make more on Mturk in a day than a week on Textbroker.
What is Mturk and what are your earnings like?


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Re: Textbroker feedback?
« Reply #4 on: August 17, 2016, 10:44:08 PM »
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Textbroker is is good. I have worked for them off and on for about 8 years. You have to be hyper-aware about your grammar and spelling, but there is almost always work there and you get paid regularly. You can cash out at $10 and if you request pay Thursday you get paid Friday. I'm not sure what the cash-out threshold is for the UK version.

You can make more money on there by joining teams. Team clients will pay better regardless of your star rating. You can also set a 'price per word' for direct orders on your profile. This means that if a client sees and likes your profile, they can send you a direct order for an article and they will pay you the price you set. I have made some good money this way.

You have to put a lot into it, but once you get good at it, the pay is pretty decent. I write fast, and I'm a fiend about checking over my work, so I can make anywhere from $8-30 an hour writing on there, depending on what is available at the time.

Thanks for this, it seems to be a a good idea to try this out as it seems to be one of the better 'content mills'. I'm not so fussed about quantity, but quality as I don't want to write about things that I am opposed to in a positive fashion.


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Re: Textbroker feedback?
« Reply #5 on: June 05, 2017, 09:49:07 AM »
I have made decent money on Textbroker, but they are no longer as good as they once were in my opinion. The site is pretty strict with the quality they expect, and sometimes even if the clients are happy with the work, TB isn't so it is kind of annoying at times. I think they are one of the better content mills though.

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