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Old 07-30-2015, 10:02 AM
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Does anyone have experience with WordAgents.com? If so, how do you like working with them?
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Old 08-04-2015, 09:05 AM
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Yes! Their awesome.

I think their a smaller company since there isn't a huge backend system like textbroker... but they are very accomodating and always have work. I've been writing for them for 2 or 3 years at this point.

Best part is that they send payment within 1 business day of delivering your articles. It's nice not havign to meet a payment threshold or waiting a month to get the moeny you worked for
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Old 08-07-2015, 08:11 PM
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That company's website states they are not accepting writers. Does anyone know if they send out notices when they do want new writers?
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That company's website states they are not accepting writers. Does anyone know if they send out notices when they do want new writers?
I realize this post is old, but saw it and just wanted to let anyone know who might be wondering the same thing.

I found out about WordAgents through the Problogger job board. Their website always seems to say they aren't looking for new writers, possible to weed out a bunch of requests, but keep an eye out on the Progblogger board. I started working with them in October 2016 (still am), and I've seen one or two listings on that board since then, too.
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I realize this post is old, but saw it and just wanted to let anyone know who might be wondering the same thing.

I found out about WordAgents through the Problogger job board. Their website always seems to say they aren't looking for new writers, possible to weed out a bunch of requests, but keep an eye out on the Progblogger board. I started working with them in October 2016 (still am), and I've seen one or two listings on that board since then, too.
I've noticed their ads on ProBlogger before, but they never list any info regarding pay rates. Is their pay scale similar to Writer Access- where price per word is determined by your assigned level?

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I've noticed their ads on ProBlogger before, but they never list any info regarding pay rates. Is their pay scale similar to Writer Access- where price per word is determined by your assigned level?
I apologize for not seeing this until now. No, they don't assign levels. They start everyone at the same pay rate (lower-paying projects) I believe and then move you up from there if you have a consistently good performance. But pay will vary between projects, so if you're one of their better writers, you'll get assigned to a higher paying project.
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