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WriterBay.com and Paperwritings.com – Living Under the Same Roof – Is It A Question of Ethic’s
Whilst looking at WriterBay.com to see whether it was a legitimate operation or another scam I turned up an interesting fact which may pose many writers a quandary with their ethics.
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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.
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.