Make Money Writing Content for Blogging.org

Have you ever wanted to make money writing content?  Bring home and extra $500 a month?  Now you have the ability to make good money writing content for people.  Blogging.org launched today in beta. Blogging.org is a marketplace for buying and writing content. It’s an easy way get content for your site or make money writing content for other sites.  Now you can join 1000’s of other bloggers making good money online. It’s simple and you can signup today, the whole process takes around 5 seconds!

How Does It Work?

Businesses and website owners come to Blogging.org looking for good content.  We have great writers on our site.  He signs up and orders an article.  Writers on Blogging.org write the article that he wants and he accepts or rejects the article.  Once he accepts the article he can rate the article writer.  The article writer is also paid.

If you’re an article writer and want to make money you can login, select articles that you would like to write, write them, submit them and make money writing content.  You can choose from 100’s or 1000’s of articles that are waiting to be written.  Now you can make tons of money online writing articles.

Make Money Writing Content

One of the easiest ways to make money online is to write articles for other people.  Top writers are making $30+ an hour writing articles for businesses. It’s pretty simple to, all you have to do is signup and get started.  You could be earning $30+ an hour by the end of today!

Buying Content For Your Website

Whether you’re looking to hire writers or a writer looking to make money online. With articles starting at $1.50 per article you’ll get quality content at amazing price.  Quality content is the lifeblood of the internet and you need to have it on your website to be able to rank in the Google search engine.

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30 thoughts on “Make Money Writing Content for Blogging.org”

  1. Brian Yang says:

    Well, this is great for people who don’t have time writing as they can buy quality articles right off the site.

    Also, this is a great place for the ones who love to write, they’ll get hired, rated and then paid. Writing is truly a rewarding hobby :)

  2. Seopher says:

    It’s actually a slightly ridiculous format as it is currently. I’ve spent an hour on there in order to form an opinion and I actually think many “real” writers should stay away.

    Someone wanted a piece about “the future of SEO”, so I wrote an original, insightful, researched piece with a sensible (organic) keyword density of their nominated terms.

    It was rejected.

    You’re not told why content is rejected, but presumably buyers are only utilising this platform to drive SEO campaigns rather than to obtain original, readable content.

    As such, if you enjoy writing content with poor readability yet is keyword-stuffed beyond realistic limits, blogging.org is going to be a great source of income for you.

    If, like me, you hold yourself to the belief that blog content should be written for an actual reader – rather than a search engine spider – then maybe you should give it a miss.

    1. John Rampton says:

      Thanks for the useful information. We’re working on a patch to this and it should be done in the next 24 hours. I credited your account $20 for the tip! Thanks for letting us know and this should be fixed in the next day or so!

      1. Wow John you act fast! You really actually listened (or rather read) what Seopher commented. By listening to other people who are actual users of your site you may become more successful on this.

        More power to you!

        1. faisal says:

          Well I feel these issues need to be addressed asap.

        2. John Rampton says:

          Thanks man, we’re trying to listen to everything people are saying. We know there are bugs in our site. Hence us offering $10 credit for each bug that’s found. We’re still in Beta but trying to be able to leave beta in the next week! Love to know what you think of the site!

          1. Kenneth says:

            The part where he mentioned “You’re not told why content is rejected” is this just a bug or you will really not be notified about why an article gets rejected?

      2. Mr.X says:

        Are we now informed about the cause of the rejection or do still have to figure it out ourselves?

  3. Whitney says:

    This is a really good idea. I might consider this, if not for the fact that I love writing my own content on my blog. I don’t think I’ve ever had a guest blogger on my blog in all the years I’ve been blogging. However sometimes writing all your own stuff can get overwhelming :/ 1.50 is incredibly cheap to start out with ^_^

  4. Robert Sake says:

    Blogging.org is the perfect avenue for busy bloggers who find it hard to update their website with reliable and versatile content to meet the demand of their visitors.

    For authority and reliable content maker, blogging.org will surely make their presence felt in the industry aside from the fact that you can make a lot of money as you build your own popularity.

  5. Gino Orlandi says:

    Great domain and great site concept. The reviews will be important. It’s so hard to find a good blogger. Ask any blog owner and they are likely to say they have been burned by writers at least once before. I look forward to trying out the service and reviewing it on my blog.

    P.S. The buy article and write article pages have huge amounts of copy and they look very intimidating to read. I would suggest breaking up that text more. Less copy more sub titles and images.

    1. John Rampton says:

      Great idea, we’ll have to do that. I totally agree with you!

  6. Kent Chen says:

    Excellent resource, it’s good for both writers and people who needs content. Definitely useful.

  7. Pradip says:

    wow, this is really great information, it courage me to not giving up in this field, Thanks so much dude!

  8. Kunal says:

    This can be excellent place for freelancer writers. With being in beta version there is huge opportunity for a writer to get his hands on.

  9. Lakhyajyoti says:

    Great review.Heard first time blogging.org.As I have been running several blogs under various niche often I hire freelance writers and sometimes it really difficult to find one.Hope Blogging.org will solve all my problems.Thanks for sharing.

  10. Glori Surban says:

    I actually signed up to see what it really is. My concern is I can’t see who runs the whole operation and that there’s no mention of Escrow or some form of writer protection…

    What happens in case of disputes?

    1. Joseph

      says:

      You are on your own if you become a writer on the site. Many writers are submitting well researched, well written articles which are rejected in an instant. This site absolutely lacks credibility and is most likely a scam. I will be checking whether an article I submitted has been used after some “guy” with no name “rejected it” apparently for no given reason. If I were you I’d give it a wide berth….

  11. Joseph

    says:

    This website is extremely unprofessional. If you are a serious writer, you would want to keep away from bloggers.org. You will be wasting your time, researching and writing quality articles only to have them rejected. The rejection is done in the most unprofessional manner. Just a bunch con artists getting together to scam the rest of us hardworking individuals.
    What a waste of my time.

  12. Looks like a good place to find good articles.

  13. sam says:

    I just submitted an article on blogging.org now lets see what happens, if it turns out legit it could really help writers

    1. Good luck my friend.
      I will try it write some articles very soon.

  14. Textual Web says:

    I definitely like the concept! I completed a short piece as a test earlier this week and it’s still in pending status but here’s hoping :) Done right, Blogging.org could be a real boon for writers, allowing us to fill those client-free times on-demand.

  15. Yeni

    says:

    I just spent 2 full hours writing an article.

    Many problems with the side.

    1. My article cannot be submitted. Message was not meet minimum words of 700. But, word count not working, remains at 0 . Entire time of 2 hours after writing many many words, word count still 0 . How do I plan what to write to meet the minimum 700 words if word count not working? Worse, there is time limit. Time remaining clock is ticking down, every seconds!

    2. Finally, I tried to save draft. After time run out. Word count still not working. Message remains the same, that I did not meet minimum words. How true? Nobody knows. Draft cannot saved. Wipe out my entire draft. No words. All gone! How frustrating. System doesNOT allow submit and doesNOT save for you when time run out ( saved the earlier version). What a cheat!

    Resign in doesNOT work too. I don’t know why. Lots of problem. I will not try again. You don’t just wasted time, you lost a piece of your sentimental article, I advise all, stay away! Be wise! Am angry, yes!

  16. Manuel Gil

    says:

    That’s the worse way to make money online that i know. You’ll make 20 dollars for month or so.

  17. The pay is just too little for the amount of research and time it takes to write the article. The highest paid articles I saw were for $6 and they wanted 500 words. Ridiculous!!

  18. Sweta says:

    Bad Support! Unprofessional Behavior! Wasted my time!

  19. Malok says:

    The look makes it a great site though I shall have to prove what others are saying.

    I just joined and about to start.

  20. Even though the concept is good, the site lacks in activity. And all posts are on a post by post basis and not in bulk which makes it ok for freelancers but not for businesses looking for bulk seo content writing projects.

  21. Prithika says:

    The site does not mention if assignments are open to writers world wide or only to US residents.
    There is also no indication of how money can be withdrawn. Does it get paid into a paypal account, or a bank account? Do they send you a cheque?

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