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Writing for Money? Try Constant Content!

I'm very excited because I've been writing for money these past few months and this is the first time I've actually earned from writing efforts.  Somebody bought my article from Constant Content! Yipee! I've been thinking of offering my services as a ghostwriter to some Internet marketers, but I have not done so. Well, at least, not yet. I never thought that I'd be good enough.  Besides, I need money to be able to sell my services on forums like Digital Point and Warrior Forum.

I didn't expect to sell any of my articles, but I put them up anyway because I just wanted to try the site.  This morning, however, I had a pleasant surprise.  I received an email from PayPal letting me know that one of the articles I put up on Constant Content was sold and the buyer bought the exclusive rights to my article which means he or she paid the highest price I set for it. As of this writing, I have three left, so I sold one out of the four articles I submitted at Constant Content, which is not bad at all.

Constant Content is a content market place.  You may submit your articles in .txt or .doc form to be sold to website or blog owners.  You may also submit pictures, illustrations and videos to the site.  Each time an item is sold, you split the sales proceeds with the site -- 65% goes to you and 35% goes to Constant Content.  You can name your price for different usage levels (usage, unique or full rights).  Some customers of the site make public requests for articles.  You can respond to these customers so you can get paid to write articles for them.

As proof that Constant Content pays, here is a screen shot of the email I received from PayPal telling me that I received some cash from the site:



Note: I "whited out" the transaction number and Constant Content's contact information.

To sign up for a Constant Content account, click here.

4 comments:

  1. Looks interesting. I'll give it a try. Thanks that I stumbled upon your blog, I was just looking for a freelance job related to my current one. ^_^

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  2. What a great thought.
    I really appreciate your perspective.
    John Chappelear
    http://johnchappelear.com

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  3. Thank you for visiting my blog. Yes, Constant Content is legal. I am about to update my blog. I will post another email from PayPal letting me know that Constant Content just paid me $19.50.

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