Textbroker.co.uk – Yippee Us Brits Can Become Article Writers
Notice: – There is no inference being made here that textbroker.co.uk is trying to scam you.
Statement: Nothing in this article is meant to infer that the website http://www.scam.co is in itself a scam.
During my small attempt to undermine those writing websites offering us eternal wealth through their must have software or package of teaching materials I came across a website http://www.scam.com where as a member you can discuss, warn or rant about scams you may have discovered or been caught by.
WARNING: This article contains sarcasm, quite a bit actually.
An interesting conversation took place on the ’Writing & Writer Jobs, Freelance & Technical Writer Jobs’ group’s discussion board at LinkedIn the other day.
The link to the discussion is: -
The writers mantra
If I had a penny for every bid on a freelancingwebsite that used the words “writing
is my passion” or “writing is my life” or “writing is my destiny” I would be a very rich man. I don’t doubt
the statement is true for many people but it must be starting to wear thin with some employers who read it day-in and day-out; sorry, I forgot I was talking about bidfer sites most of them probably only look at the lowest bid with completion in the quickest time.
Well this is my first ever blog so I might as well start by chucking myself in the deep end and get off to controversial start. Let’s talk about scammers. My comments are made from my own experiences over the last few days, I have drawn my own conclusions, you make up your own mind.