Average number of sites you work for as a freelance writer
Aug 18, 2010 | #5
Currently writing for 12 sites
I am the owner of writing site.
That's funny-I seem to recall you repeatedly claiming that you do not own any sites.
scamproof - | 8
Aug 18, 2010 | #7
Fracturegang is obviously joking. But I don't understand how you can work for more than three sites. I primarily write for two, but also have accounts with three others, which have turned out to be big disappointments. One of them is called allwriting.net. I am really curious, is there anybody writing for these guys? Their prices during the high season can go as high as $5/page, and so you can imagine what they offer during the low season. Anyway, I think a good writer can do a max of two sites, but i could be wrong.
Aug 18, 2010 | #8
Fracturegang is obviously joking.
No, he's not. He's just a lying idiot.
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Aug 20, 2010 | #14
you have any advice on how to find private clients? :)
None that I plan on sharing with potential competitors.
Why was my previous post edited (and made grammatically incorrect) by the administrators? All I did was list some of the sites that use me. WB asked another poster to name the sites he works for and I was just doing exactly that.
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Oct 31, 2017 | #19
When I first started out as an academic writer, I signed up for all the companies I could Google since, at the time, Google was still academic outsourcing friendly. There was also a good chance that the companies were not under an umbrella organization so it was easier for me to sign up. I treated the jobs like I would try on hats. Those that fit my personal requirements, I stayed on with. Those that were unreasonable or never paid on time, I had no problem letting go of. I guess that is why I did not have a true average of writing sites. At one point in time, I was working for 10 companies simultaneously. I eventually worked that down to 3 companies. Over time, as my relationship with these companies evolved, I began letting go of the others until I was eventually left with one company where I climbed the ranks so fast that even the summer down time was not a real down time for me. By the time I left the business, I was only connected with one company so I guess that would be my average number of sites worked for in the long term.