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Use TextBroker To Make Fast Cash Writing

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One of the ways I have drastically increased my writing earnings the past few days is with TextBroker. TextBroker is a website that will pay you to write articles. Unlike InfoBarrel and other revenue share websites you do not earn a share of revenue. You are paid a one time fee for writing the article.

Once you write an article and the client accepts it that is it. The article is no longer yours and the amount you earned for writing it is deposited into your TextBroker account.

If you have never used TextBroker, the process is real simple, then it may be a good way for you too earn some fast cash. Writing for revenue sharing websites like InfoBarrel may pay you more in the long run. An article you write for InfoBarrel may earn you only $4.00 a year but you will earn on the article each year. With TextBroker you are paid a pone time fee. If you earn $4.00 for writing that article then that is it. Although you will make more in the long run with InfoBarrel, TextBroker allows you to make quick cash.

If you write 10 quick articles a day for InfoBarrel and each one pays you on average $3.00 then you can quickly earn $30.00.

If you do want to generate some cash using TextBroker I recommend a balanced approach. Go ahead and write for TextBroker but do not neglect your InfoBarrel writings. InfoBarrel will provide you with long term residual income and TextBroker will provide you with a quick fix of cash. If you balance your writing out then your article writing will provide you with some short term cash you need to pay your bills but also will allow you to continue to grow your InfoBarrel folio for your residual earnings.

The application process is real simple for TextBroker. You sign up. You submit a short writing sample. After you submit your writing sample TextBroker will give you a 2 star, 3 star, or 4 star rating. There is a 5 star rating available but it is usually reserved for the best of the best. Regardless of what rating you receive from TextBroker, you can always get bumped up to a higher rating. You can also be bumped down to a lower rating. There is no ranking of 1 star.

After you write 5 articles for TextBroker they will review your articles and re-grade you if necessary. After your first 5 articles a reviewed by TextBroker you can then write an unlimited amount of articles each day.

If you are rated a 4 star, you can write an articles that are available for 4 stars or lower. The same goes for 3 star writers. If you are a 3 star writer you can write any articles that are 3 stars or 2 stars. If you are a 3 or 4 star writer and select a 2 star article you will only be paid the 2 star rate.

TextBroker Pay Rate Per Word and Per 500 Words

  • 2 Stars .07 cents per word/ $3.50
  • 3 Stars 1.0 cents per word/ $5.00
  • 4 Stars 1.4 cents per word/ $7.00
  • 5 Stars 5.0 cents per word/ $25.00

Don't get excited over the 5 star rate. There are not many 5 star orders. Many top notch writers are stuck at the 4 star rating but that is no reason to despair because TextBroker also allows direct orders.

If a customer likes your work they can contact you through the TextBroker website for a direct order. You set you own direct order rate. By default your direct order rate is set at 1.5 cents per word. You can increase this as much as you like.

Looking at the pay rate above you may notice that the rate of pay seems low. Yes and no. It is low for some articles but for other sit is much higher. Some clients have very detailed, specific, and hard to follow directions. Their article instructions are complicated and the research necessary to properly write their article will take a lot of time. For the $3.00 - $5.00 you will earn it is simply not worth it.

Other articles that also pay $3.00 - $5.00 can easily be written in less than 10 minutes. If you can pump out 5-8 of these articles an hour you can make some good money.

After you log in to your TextBroker account you can go to the open order board. You can browse all of the current article orders. When you find one you would like to write you can click on the order and read the details. Many times the client will simply want a certain keyword used.

If after reading the article order details you decide you want to write it you can. After writing the article you submit it. The client can then either accept the article or ask for some editing.

The amount of open orders on TextBrokers varies all the time. Earlier there were well over 1,000 different article orders to choose from. I found a batch of simple ones that require little to no research. I made about $15.00 in 50 minutes.

You can only accept one job order at a time but as soon as you submit that article you can immediately go select and accept another article order.

There are a few people on TextBroker that make well over a $1,000 each month.

I will be using TextBroker as part of my balanced writing approach that will allow me to quit my 9-5 job. Actually my 9-5 job is a 3-midnight job and I have to work week-ends so I miss many of my daughters activities. I like the freedom of being able to enjoy life without the restrictions placed on me by a job that has set hours.

I will use a balance approach of earning money from writing for TextBroker, writing for InfoBarrel, and the release of a new forum. Between these three web properties I will should be able to not only replicate my current earnings but to easily surpass them.

I am in the process of getting everything arranged. I am planning on quitting my full time job within 3 months. I would much rather sit at home writing articles all day then attend to crazy customers. TextBroker will be large portion of my monthly income but I will not sacrifice my InfoBarrel articles. I know the residual earnings potential of InfoBarrel is huge and I do not want to lose out on them.

The higher my InfoBarrel earnings the less time I have to write for TextBroker. If you need some quick cash then you may want to check out TextBroker but do not forsake the revenue potential of InfoBarrel.

Here are some more articles on writing for InfoBarrel that may interest you.

Make 5,000 Per Month With InfoBarrel

Fast Track To Making 1,000 Dollars Per Month On InfoBarrel

Why You Should Move Your Bukisa Articles To InfoBarrel



Jun 10, 2010 1:06am
I have definitely taken your recommendation to join TextBroker and managed to get a 4 star rating. It'll be nice to actually get some cash flowing -- I've only made 9 cents so far; granted, it's only been a week, but I've gotta get stuff paid, and TextBroker definitely seems like a way to get a decent income.
Of course, ignoring InfoBarrel would be stupid.
Jun 11, 2010 7:14pm
I prefer writing for InfoBarrel so i can build my residual income but as you say I also need some "Fast Cash" to pay the bills.

Congrads on getting a 4 star rating!
Jun 29, 2010 9:23am
All writers should write for both a residual income site (such as infobarrel)and a paid up front site (such as textbroker). A mixture of both types has been working for me for years. I continually get paid every 2 weeks from textbroker and have been writing for them for over a year. I have not made to much with infobarrel but am still giving it a chance and hoping that it will some day give me the affects that ehow did. I'm not gonna lie, the income earned from ehow was (is) great. After they stopped accepting artciles I looked for a new place to write and decided that infobarrel was going to be their replacement. I just wish I had written more for ehow than I did. I have about 100 articles on ehow and even though ehow is no more, they are still paying us for the work that we have done. Around the 10th of every month ehow still pays even though they are no more. I know ehow was critisized by many, but their is no reason for me to lie here, it has been one of the best residual income sites I had ever come across. Hopefully I will be saying that later about Infobarrel :). So far though, not much luck, I'll just keep pumping some articles out and when I have 100 on here I will judge.

didn't mean to write such a long comment. Great article you have written here about textbroker!
Aug 28, 2010 9:20am
Nice detailed and very informative article on Textbroker. Have just been reading on the same topic with others members articles. I have to say, yours, is very detailed and fills all the answers to anyones question on how Textbroker works.

Sep 17, 2010 5:11am
I love your articles about writing online Ernie!
Nov 18, 2010 8:15pm
I also use textbroker. Yet, it works and you can make fast cash. I write for triond and it working really well for me. I have some articles on bukisa but I have only made $2.00 in one year. I think that triond will soon be the new ehow. I have a lot of article views and I am being paid every month. If you put infobarrel, textbroker and triond, you may succeed online.Join triond under my referral id http://www.triond.com/rw/330664
Nov 27, 2010 5:28am
I hate to disagree with you but Triond will never be the Next Ehow, atleast not in a positive way. There are some great writers on Triond, but there is also a lot of fake crappy articles such as all the dead celebrity articles on celebrities that are still alive.

Triond works for some people, but definitely not my type of place. With that said, I earn aboyt $5-$10 each month there and I have not did anything for them for well over a year.
Dec 29, 2010 2:41pm
Just joined textbroker, sure seems promising.
Oct 17, 2011 2:45pm
Nice article, Ernie. I've been thinking along the same lines as you. I'm planning on writing for textbroker, and taking the more interesting topics to write a unique article for IB.

One thing I read about textbroker though, that they will look at the average rating of the last 5(?) articles you've written. The average rating will then be your NEW rating. So, you could conceivably be a 3, 4, or 5 star rated writer, and if you start filling lower rated orders, find yourself rated lower as a result! Not necessarily a bad thing though, it's good in that it keeps the folks who have more skills (and thus opportunities) from drying up the pool of assignments for the up-and-comers. Just something we should be aware of.
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