Many article writers make a good and steady income working from home online performing article rewriting jobs for clients. Companies who have a website will want old content to be rewritten to produce new content, or when they update or move their website. It is easier than writing articles from scratch as you’re given an article just to rewrite it!
With article rewriting jobs you’re given a document to start with – and your job will be to target specific, new, keywords and produce a rewritten article. Other companies might have had an article translated from a foreign language and need article rewriters to write it in the native language.
This is quick, easy and legit work, which you can pick up as a Freelancer. Below is a live feed to the latest articles that need rewriting, all with good pay rates:
How do you get paid with freelance work?
Many companies will place the payment on account, up front, so your money is safe. The freelance websites often GUARANTEE TO PAY YOU. So you can bid with confidence that if you get the work you will get the pay. The system often used is called the Escrow system and is used worldwide to ensure payment between two people or companies.
Why not sign up now (free) and spend an hour or so applying for everything you can do! If you are serious about getting an income when you work at home, then you will treat this like gold dust and spend half an hour a day scanning through for jobs.
How It Works:
The way it generally works is: companies and web designers/programmers post the jobs, people who can do the work submit a bid saying why they should get the job. The freelance job advertiser then picks the person they feel can do the best job for them (NOT the cheapest usually!) … and after you’ve rewritten your first articles for them they will probably just come straight to you for future work, so no more bidding! Over the next 3 months or so, you could easily fill your time working for just a handful of these companies on a regular basis. Did a job for somebody and hated it? Simply double your rate next time they ask, or tell them you’re too busy!
Last checked: Oct2016