I read the email from the Brad guy and it shocked me. Exploiting writers as usual. I read a lot of complaints about the clients on the site. I agree with most complaints, but I looked on the the other side of the coin...Maybe the writers complaining about clients really suck? I snooped on iWriter today and read client reviews. Writers can leave comments on the clients page or what not. So, I decided to read the writers that got rejected and to see what the deal was. The writers that got their articles rejected are either: 1. Indian writers. 2. American writers that are native speakers that write poorly. Bad grammar and spelling errors galore. Here's my dilemma...
1. Clients taking advantage of the "you don't have to pay for the rejected articles/you can get the content for free for no charge.
2. Writers complaining about clients, but their writing skills suck.
Yes, I know the article rates are super low, but it is comparable to Textbroker. Why did I make this thread?
I am torn between iWriter and MediaPiston. They both pay weekly. You have to "pay your dues" with iWriter more than you do with MediaPiston. MediaPiston has some good rates. Both of the companies have work right now. I am desperate for money, so iWriter is the one I would do first and why?
Tiffany Dow. Many writers are getting 4 star ratings and you need about 20 to become elite or premium. I saw the premium and elite articles and I can see the potential in this company as far as money making (livable wage). iWriter has a better chance of surviving than MediaPiston does. I don't see MediaPiston surviving for too long. iWriter reminds me of Textbroker and you are a ghostwriter. The ghostwriter jobs seem to not get screwed by the Google Panda.
What do you guys think? Should I pursue iWriter even though they are exploiting writers and the clients reject more than accept, but it's the potential of the site. Getting to premium or elite status doesn't seem to be that hard to achieve. Most of the reviews I saw from the clients rejecting everything were from the elite or premium articles and the writers are complaining about them rejecting them. iWriter always has work too.
My main tiff about iWriter is the whole, "You can only write one article per 40 minutes, haha!" Both sites don't allow you to claim more than one article, which sucks. Anyway, thanks for reading my novella