iWriter

An easy to join, low paying content mill.

iWriter is relatively well-known content mill., in which clients request articles that writers promptly draft up. iWriter is one of the lower-hanging fruits of the online writing world. You can get started incredibly fast, but the pay is usually low.

Earnings depend on your rating and the article – the money here is in writing the elite and elite-plus level articles, which you have to build your profile in order to qualify for.

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3 reviews

  1. Big letdown

    This was my first interaction with a content mill and it ended up being one of the biggest let-downs of my writing career. I used to earn a steady income on the platform because there is a consistent inflow of work. I wrote an e-book for a client. I had 4 days to write it (there is a timer) and the client accepted it and paid for it. A few days later I got a message (while writing an article) that my account was closed due to an e-book refund. I was horrified and I’m still waiting for them to tell me what the quality control issues were.




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  2. This was the worst writing experience of my life. Similar experience to Casandra, which makes me believe the site is just a scam. Rather opt for sites such as Constant Content and Article Bunny.




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  3. Pros:
    – You choose the types of projects to work on.
    – Bi-weekly payment makes it great when you need instant cash.
    – Special Requests guarantee higher pay.
    – Work flow during the August and December Holidays.
    – Check content-originality before submission.

    Cons:
    – Very little work in January through to June/July.




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