Write for Us is a website where writers can get paid to create content for various clients. There are many different types of writing jobs available on the site. Some of them include:
Writing copy for advertisements or other promotional materials (e.g., flyers, posters)
Copywriting for magazines and newspapers (e.g., copywriting for product descriptions, press releases, etc.)
Creating and editing web pages (e.g. creating and editing online ads, landing pages, social media widgets)
Editing videos (e.g., video game reviews, movie trailers)
The most common type of writing work on the site is advertising copywriting. Other types of writing assignments may include:
Writing technical manuals or guides for software products (e.g., how-to guides for computers and mobile devices)
Providing business advice to clients via email newsletters or blogs (e.g. tips on running a successful business)
Promoting your own websites or businesses (e.g. creating content for and promoting your own blogs)
Reviewing products or services and writing critiques to be published online
Researching a topic and providing an informative summary in the form of an article, guide, or other resource
Providing creative writing work such as writing fiction, screenplays, TV pilots, etc.
Other types of writing work may be available. New jobs are posted regularly. Most jobs will require that you reside in the U.S.
How to Get Paid
You will be paid between $20 and $100 per article depending on the type of writing work. Payment is made via direct deposit to your bank account after each assignment is completed to the satisfaction of the client.
To get started, register for free with the site by clicking here. You will need to enter some information about your writing experience and education. The next step is to submit an application for writing assignments that are of interest to you.
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Crossing customs: International students write on US college life and culture by A Garrod, J Davis – 1999 – books.google.com
The write stuff: US serial print culture from Conservatives out to Neonazis by C Berlet – Library Trends, 2008 – muse.jhu.edu
Are the Peasant Children To Learn To Write from Us, or Are We To Learn from the Peasant Children?. by L Tolstoy – Teachers & Writers, 1999 – ERIC
The timeliness of accounting write‐downs by US financial institutions during the financial crisis of 2007–2008 by D Vyas – Journal of accounting research, 2011 – Wiley Online Library
The amount and timing of goodwill write-offs and revaluations: evidence from US and UK firms by SL Henning, WH Shaw, T Stock – Review of Quantitative Finance and …, 2004 – Springer
Crossing customs: International students write on US college life and culture by J Davis, A Garrod – 2013 – books.google.com
The myths that write us: decolonising the mind by D Brydon – Commonwealth (Dijon), 1987 – search.proquest.com
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