Monthly Archives: February 2010


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For those of you that are looking for an alternative to Demand Studios for a freelance writing job, I present Break Studios. Break Studios is exactly like Demand Studios, except the articles a shorter (250 word minimum) and are $8 each. The Upside to Break Studios Each of the $8 articles are super easy to write and the titles are easy to understand. You don’t have to provide a photo, either. The Downside to Break Studios If you think Demand Studios has silly rules, you haven’t seen anything yet.  Break Studios requires: The first sentence of bulleted items must be […]

Freelance Writing Work at Break Studios


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eHow, and its owner’s, Demand Studios, has been touted as the new wave in web content and as a huge money maker on the web. In fact, eHow has been featured in many high-profile publications such as Wired and the New York Times lately. Now, we know that Demand Studios is making a killing with the site, but what about the people writing the content? How does this residual income site work? Changes at eHow As of late, eHow has been going through a “clean-up” process, which eHow claims will bring a new sense of high standard and respectability to […]

Make Money on the Web with eHow


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The first step to becoming a successful freelance writer on the web is knowing how to find freelance writing jobs quickly. The key is having a list of go-to job websites that always have a fresh list of job opportunities for freelancers. These job sites must have a large about of telecommuting jobs as opposed to sites that focus on on-site jobs. Here is my list of sites that meet this criteria: Elance.com I’ve heard a lot of discussion over whether or not Elance is a good place to look for jobs. A lot of this debate has to do […]

Best Places to Find Freelance Writing Jobs