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Where to sell Ready Made Content
What sites do you know buys readymade content? Where do you sell your articles?
July 1, 2018, 9:17 am
There are so many online sites where you can sell your content but it's not going to be easy at first because new content writers are under priced because they are still newbies on the job. Site like Fiverr will give you a very good opportunity to sell your content. Once you get a good rating from clients whom you had a transaction with, it's going to raise your possibility of getting job offers.
July 2, 2018, 7:31 am
You can't sell Ready made content in fiverr, you can only post your services or get writing services if you're lucky.
July 4, 2018, 7:59 pm
"Site like Fiverr will give you a very good opportunity to sell your content."
Isn't Fiverr based more on providing a service to clients as opposed to selling pre-made content? Most freelance writers on that site usually are quite general with regards to their services, posting offers such as "Will Write an SEO Optimized 500 Word Article!"
I suppose you could be specific and say you'll write an article based on a certain topic, and then sell off your pre-made content as original work, but I think most clients are going to demand a very specific subject within a general topic.
July 2, 2018, 7:43 am
I think that you have put it better than I could and I completely agree with you on this. I'm sure that if the poster follows this process, there is every possibility of getting to sell his or her already made content.
Thanks for making my point more clearer for better understanding. I really appreciate that.
July 3, 2018, 11:24 am
Hmm, good question.
Well, ready-made content is obviously going to be a bit harder to sell than just offering a custom service. The
option that comes to my mind is turning to a content mill such as Content Gather. They have a wide selection of topics to choose from, and you can upload pre-made articles to their site based on the topic you've written about.
The catch is that you don't get paid until a third party buys the article for use on their site, and that can either take a long time or not happen at all. I believe that depending on the level you're assigned (I think it's based on bronze, silver, and gold star ratings) you
get a certain percentage of the articles market price before it's actually sold, but I think that even for gold star writers the rates are too low to depend on as a stable income.
July 2, 2018, 7:38 am
I've been submitting work in content gather and it's either they reject it outright or post it in the marketplace with no buyers. There's only a very few people buying articles there and they actually want the best and hard to do ones for a measly sum.
July 4, 2018, 8:03 pm
The thing about selling an already made content is that you may find it pretty difficult to sell as we don't have that type of scenario in the world of freelancing now. All you could be able to do is to have your blog setup for you while you continue doing the things that you want to write on it.
July 2, 2018, 4:27 pm
There are lots of sites, but I'm looking for the easiest one to sell my articles in, I'm not looking for the highest paying site but the fastest paying or selling site.
July 4, 2018, 8:05 pm
Does anyone know any other site besides content gather? It takes forever to sell a posted article in that site.
July 2, 2018, 4:55 pm
I think all article markets are like that - it takes forever to get a sale. From what I understand with the prevailing condition of the market, there are few demands and most are for technical articles or specialization. But in fairness to Content Gather, they inform the members of a job request from the buyers like if they need an article about a particular subject matter, the length and the price that they are willing to pay.
July 2, 2018, 11:05 pm
Have you sold any article in content gather? How many articles did you post before one of your articles was bought? How long until you receive the payment?
July 4, 2018, 8:08 pm
I have the same issue. It takes forever to sell article in content gather. I was looking for another one too.
July 9, 2018, 9:20 pm
Ready made content to me is a pretty hard industry - I usually only write articles that I've been commissioned for, because otherwise trying to find a buyer for a pre written piece is tough. Hopefully some other members here will have some suggestions, since I'm curious about this too.
July 2, 2018, 7:32 pm
You are very correct my friend, it's very hard to get one to buy one's already written content. It's not that the content is bad but it's because it would be hard for you to know the needs of a site owner before writing your content, so it's very hard to know the heart of others. The only way you can be able to sell such pre written content is by listing it among the jobs you have done, so if anyone desires them, he or she will request for it.
July 4, 2018, 5:01 am
That's right - I'm not a mind reader so if I just write about content that I'm interested in or think is appealing, it might not work for a website out there.
Easier in my opinion to just be directly told what someone wants, and then work with that in mind.
July 4, 2018, 7:36 pm
Exactly. This is actually why there isn't much sites available where an already written content is sold because clients have different kind of requests that would be practically different from what a writer have written about. This is why such contents are very hard to sell online.
July 17, 2018, 10:27 am
I agree in most of their comment, a prewritten content is hard to sell. You need to find a targeted buyer wherein your articles would fit their need. I have not tried selling prewritten content but if there is a place where you can post for buyers to see, I will be interested as well.
July 3, 2018, 12:38 am
I suggest just work first on increasing your reputation on the field and make yourself get noticed by writing some blog posts or post in forums. If you have a good enough portfolio, the better, but it depends on which field you're interested in. It might be easier to get into specialized sites, comedy/satire, or small news pages.
July 3, 2018, 9:35 am
I agree with the above comments. I think it's very hard to seel your already made content because most of the websites don't work that way, they want writers to make articles about what the buyers want.
If you think you're a good writer then maybe you should start working for these websites rather than writing articles then trying to find where to sell them.
July 3, 2018, 10:01 am
The funny thing is I registered in a site last year its a content mill type of site in which theres a lot of demand but the price is very low, the problem was I totally forgot the name of the site. That's why I'm asking you guys if you know such sites. It's not Livingston Research nor Content Gather.
July 3, 2018, 2:18 pm
Well, there are like tons of sites like those, but I've heard about Skyword, eByline, Clearvoice, and Contently. A friend writes on Topwriterslist, and he says the payment rates are very low, but the flow of orders are pretty good. Maybe you can try to stop by on those, so you can check if it was one of them. Personally, I don't have an account on them, so I can't tell you how good or bad they are.
July 3, 2018, 5:21 pm
Thank you very much for all your suggestions, I really haven't heard of these sites but I'll try to check all of them this weekend.
July 4, 2018, 8:12 pm
It's really hard to find a good site to sell Ready made content but from all sites mentioned on this thread I managed to get into 3 of them which buys ready-made content with a minimum 250 words at $0.01, $0.02, $0.03 per word. It took me 2 whole days to research which sites are good and which sites are not.
July 9, 2018, 7:07 am
If I have a completed article I don't look for an aggregator. It is easier to search for "paying market" "$" and keywords for the article. Then you can directly submit the work to suitable paying markets.
July 9, 2018, 9:44 pm
Can you tell me more about this "paying market" and how "keywords" are important in content selling sites?
July 10, 2018, 8:22 am
I agree ready content sites take a bit of time to sell your content. I like them because the price paid is high compared to getting a writing client when you are still starting out. However you need to write on topics that are trending to get anyone to buy your content. People always look for content that is popular. At the moment I use article market and I have manged to sell a few of my articles. It takes a while though.
July 10, 2018, 5:58 pm
There are only 2 sites as of now which I think could be good earning sites when it comes to content making and selling, one is Constant Content and the other one is Crowd Content. I'm still going to do some research on "Article Market", "Merit Crowd". It's the last 2 in my list.
July 13, 2018, 5:48 am
Just finished checking Merit Crowd it's okay I guess, I'm creating a sample article now but the topic given is kind of hard. Hope I pass this test.
July 13, 2018, 6:21 am
After 2 weeks of studying all the sites which supposedly buys ready made content. Not one of them bought my articles. I guess these sites doesnt really have buyers. They do have orders the problem is it takes 2 weeks before the article gets approved and worst the payout is every end of the month some do bi-monthly payments which is okay but the thing is they're paying so low that it's really not worth the time and effort.
July 18, 2018, 5:32 am
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