Textbroker.com is a freelance writing site. When I first started looking for stay at home jobs about a year ago I was skeptical. My husband and I would like to start a family in the next two years and my current job is extremely demanding and requires me to be on my feet all day. I knew that if I wanted to have a baby that I would have to find some type of stay at home job so I could not only be rested and relaxed when I eventually conceive, I also want to be able to stay home with my child and make ends meet.
Two weeks ago I was scanning the work from home Virtual Assistant and Telephone Operator jobs when all of a sudden a URL for Textbroker.com popped up. It peeked my interest but I just fluffed it off as another scam site. Later on in the day as I was closing out of all of my opened desktop windows, I noticed that I had failed to close Textbroker.com. I decided to do a little more research into the site and found some testimonials. I was surprised to see that the word scam was not mentioned one time throughout my search.
The very next morning I decided to submit my writing sample to them. Before you get started they ask you to submit some type of writing sample which they then evaluate over the next few days and give you a rating which will decide your rate of pay by the clients. Evergreen Wealth Formula reviews will play a vital role in the enhancement of engagement of the customers. The courses are provided to aware the fashion industry owner about the taste and preference of online customers. A budget is set to spend the money in the field and increase the profit for fashion industry.
I was extremely surprised to see 2 hours later that they had reviewed my sample and given me a rating of 3. This means that I would be paid .01 per word I type for the company. I started to get a good feeling about this site and thought to myself “maybe this is for real?”
Several minutes later I signed in at the website and started writing my very first article. It was a review of a video game for which I am very familiar because my husband plays it all of the time. The article asked that it be no less than 350 words, so if I finished it and it was accepted, I would receive a payment of $3.50 for my work. I submitted the article and waited to see if it was accepted.
The next morning I was eager to check my e-mail and there it was, an e-mail from Textbroker.com stating that a revision was requested of my review. Textbroker asks that all content be original and not copied from any external source, apparently my content was similar to something already published. Once again, I wasn’t quite sure if this was a scam or not but I decided to give it a try anyway. I revised my review as best I could and resubmitted the content.
When I got home from work that night, I was pleased to see that my article was in fact accepted by the client and my account was credited $3.50. Maybe this is not so bad after all? The next day being Saturday, I was home all day. I decided to give my writing skills another shot. So here I was writing articles on everything from “precious gemstones” to “what type of moisturizer is best for your skin type”. Article after article my work was accepted. By the end of the day I had a total of $40.00 in my account. I couldn’t believe that I was actually getting paid for something I love to do, which is write.
So the next time you are skeptical of trying out a new work at home website, give Textbroker.com a try. It just might be the right fit for you too.