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Constant Content Review

By Edited Jul 12, 2016 0 0
Constant Content Review

Pros

The question writers want answered most: How does the payment process work?

As mentioned before, Constant Content allows the writers to set their own prices. Constant Content make their money by taking a 35% commission from articles their writers sell. Writers need to remember this number when setting prices for their work and price accordingly. Writers must have a PayPal account. Constant Content transfers earnings from author's accounts into their PayPal account. Setting up a PayPal account is fast, easy, and free. Any writer who freelances on the Internet needs to have PayPal account, as this is how the majority of sites pay their authors.

Cons

Are there drawbacks to writing for Constant Content?

This depends on what a writer terms as drawbacks. Obviously, you have to write or you aren't going to earn money. If you don't like writing then why are you reading this Constant Content review? The name Constant Content should be a clue. A writer must provide content constantly. The more you write, the better the chance of an article being purchased. Are you going to make money quickly? No, you aren't. Articles may sit on the site for days, weeks, or even months prior to being purchased. But you knew being a writer wasn't a get rich quick scheme. If you didn't know this, perhaps you need to take a strong look at your career choice and rethink. The point is, the more articles, or content you produce, the better a chance of a sale. Knowing what your audience or clients want is also helpful in the money making process.

Full Review

If you are a freelance writer wishing to earn money online, consider writing for Constant Content. Unlike other websites on the Internet, Constant Content does not pay by clicks. Writers actually earn money upfront for their work. Not only are instant earnings possible, the same article can be sold multiple times. Constant Content even allows writers to keep their byline and receive credit for their writing. This Constant Content review will answer any questions freelance writers may have about the Constant Content writing process.

How Constant Content Works:

Writers for Constant Content choose from a wide variety of subjects and then do what they do best---write. Writers then post their writings on Constant Content and set a price for their pieces. Writers can choose the rights they wish to give for their work and set their prices accordingly.

-Usage Rights- Usage rights allow a writer to sell their content repeatedly. With Usage rights, authors keep their by-lines and the content is non-exclusive, meaning that the article can stay on Constant Content and be resold.
-Unique Rights- With Unique rights, the buyer must keep the author's byline. However, the piece can only be sold once.
-Full Rights- Full rights allow the buyer to buy one of a kind content. The piece can never be sold again and the buyer has the right to change the writer's byline.

Writers can set a different price amount for each type of rights on each article. Writer's generally set a lower price for Usage rights, but the pay-off is that an article with Usage rights can make money over and over again.

Public Requests

Another unique aspect to Constant Content is the Public Request forum. While Constant Content will accept almost any well written article, there is a section on their website that allows clients to post the types of articles they are in search of and the price that they will pay. By accessing this forum and writing on the topics requested, authors can sell more work. In addition, a client may be so impressed by the piece that they contact the writer directly and request more work from that author. Writers can set a higher price for direct orders and may find themselves in a long term relationship with a client.

What are Constant Content's Guidelines?

Constant Content is looking for professional writers. Constant Content is not a blog where writers are paid to write about Aunt Nancy coming to visit or how they are having trouble in their relationships. Constant Content wants articles that are professionally written, with no grammatical errors. Writers who misspell words, pay no attention to sentence structure or punctuation will not have their content published. Constant Content employs editors who carefully proofread each article for errors and will reject articles that do not meet their strict guidelines. Articles written must have a clear introduction and conclusion. Personal points of view are not allowed, nor are poetry or fiction. Plagiarism is not tolerated.

Remember the High School or College English teacher that was referred to as the "Grammar Nazi" because she made you learn the difference between their, they're and there? Go thank her now.

Press "1" for English

Constant Content is not restricted to American authors only, many writers for the site are British, Australian, or Canadian. In fact, anyone who can set up a PayPal account can write for Constant Content. However, Constant Content's guidelines are clear: articles MUST be grammatically correct and must read as native English. If a writer is one who speaks English as a second language, that writer must be able to write as if English were their first language.

Students: Turn homework into money!

If you are a college student taking any of the Literature, English and Writing classes, you are very familiar with the five paragraph theme. Yes, the one sitting on your desk now. Maybe you have a History paper assigned and you are surfing the Internet reading this Constant Content review instead of doing your homework. When you finish this article, get back to work on that paper immediately. Why? Because you can post your homework paper on Constant Content and get paid. Someone, somewhere is going to want an article on the "The Five Reasons America Entered World War II." Think of it this way, you are not only working on your homework, you are making your homework work for you. In fact, your homework could easily become a profitable business.


What is the most important thing to remember?

Proofread your work before submitting. Then, proofread again. Once you have done this twice, do it a third time. Use spellcheck, check for grammatical errors, and read your work aloud to yourself. This ensures that your article flows smoothly and that your work is error free. Using spellcheck alone does not mean your work is correct. Many typo's spellcheck perfectly. There is a big difference between "using Constant Content to promote your work" and "suing Constant Content to promote your work." Again, proofread, check for grammar and read your work aloud prior to submitting. The editors will send your article back to you if they do not deem it worthy. They wouldn't be very amused to find out you were suing them either.


In Closing

Constant Content is a great resource for writers who want to earn money and enjoy writing on different types of subjects. With open categories to fit any writer's subject of expertise, a reliable payment method, the choice to market work with your own by-line, and the opportunity to create a portfolio filled with work, Constant Content is the perfect freelance writers market.

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