Do you want to earn money writing from home?

micheal By micheal, 12th Dec 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/3pcpgpl_/
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This page is about Wordsofworth, a website which will pay you to write articles for them. With contracts, deadlines and regular contact, signing up for these is like really getting a new job.

Wordsofworth

Well, do you want to earn money writing from home? If you have just answered yes to the question asked, then Wordofworth might be the answer for you. All you need to do this is a good grasp on English, and a permanent internet connection. Wordsofworth is a company which was started in Cheshire in the UK, in 2007, and is now a large international online marketing business, and they have plenty of clients which gives there writers plenty of work.

In fact Wordsofworth have so many clients needing articles written, that they can even set permanent contracts for there writers. When you have signed up and proved you can write to the websites standard's, you will then be given a contract with them, they are monthly contracts and will depend on how much time you have for writing. The smallest contracts start at ten articles, and the bigger one's go up to eighty, it will all come down to how many that you can personally write.

A good working relationship

We are now coming up to the seventh year since this website first started, and by all accounts it has come along way in that time. They start straight away with a promise to there writers, that they will fulfil all payments and maintain a good working relationship by constant contact by way of email.

I am yet to find another paying writing site which offers there writers a contract, and they take these contracts very seriously. If a writer is unable to fulfil a contract one month, then he or she must give plenty of warning prior to the month in question.

Working for wordsofworth

So this site is set up in such a way that for the writers on the site, it is pretty much just like taking on a real job. You are given your hours and pay rate, and it will then be up to you to get on with the work. In order to work for wordofworth, you will need to have a excellent command of English, this is something which is required, and another thing they ask is that English is your first laungage.

Although this site is based within the UK, they do accept international users, so just check on the site and see if your country is accepted if you are interested. As already said above wordsofworth absolutely promise to pay anything that they owe to you. And they will make them payments into Paypal or your bank account, which ever suits you best. Remember this site is for serious online writers wanting to make money from home, but you must maintain your contract if you wish to be paid.

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
14th Dec 2013 (#)

Nice post!

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author avatar M G Singh
15th Dec 2013 (#)

Another fine post.Thanks for highlighting the site

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author avatar sukkran
2nd Mar 2014 (#)

an informative post. thanks

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