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I just found out that anyone can make money on this site, but I don't really know how to start and how to do it, and what kinds of job are available to this website, can anyone provide any details?
I also want to know as well, I could earn from this site which would help a lot with my writing room. Anyone out there got some good tips for us? We really need the idea to do so. Thanks!
We ought to know. I appreciate online platforms due to their ease of earning and flexibility.
Yes I want to now as well aside from joining discussion in forums. Aside from writing, what are other ways to earn money on this website. I'm still struggling on how manage this site to generate some money.
I don't know much about word clerks but I think that you can list your services. I think that word clerks is mostly about writing services. You can create a writing service and when a client is looking for writing services they may come across yourself. Check out the community discussions for more direction. I know that people have ways that they advertise themselves so that their services are noticed. When you find out let the rest of us know.
I agree with you. Creating list for services is the only means I know. You can extend to this services to earn money. It is a good way to start and try to know what you are capable of. Writing good quality content is essential for a site and it's a good earning venture.
Ah, I don't know if I'm allowed to mention another website on here but there's a site I know that has the same type of earning money like this website, you put your services or put a bid and wait for someone to like buy your services, but is this website limited to only about writing services?
I have the same understanding when I joined Wordclerks. Aside from the forums, you can post your writing, data entry and other admin services as an advertisement or as your resume. People or businesses looking for such services will contact you to avail. I haven't really tried doing it but I hope I got how it works correctly.
Go to the market place and create a service and if someone orders then you'll get paid. It's as easy as that. Although depending on your service and price, the market can be pretty competitive. I have to admit that even I have not fully utilized Word Clerk's market place up to now.
Exactly! Utilizing the marketplace of the Clerks communities is one good way to earning money from the site but just like you mentioned, there is always competition in the market because there are so many freelancer looking at making money from the system always.
Yes, I also think the competition in this certain website will play a big on whether I can earn here or not, and it also depends on my writing skills, if I'm good enough for this kind of job.
Don't mind the competition.
All services are priced differently so how successful a seller you end up to be, depends entirely on what you promise to deliver and how fairly priced your service is.
Getting that first sale is pretty important because before you do and secure positive feedback, buyers might be wary about hiring you/paying for your service because they don't know what to expect.
I'm new here and I'm glad to be here I hope to search the site and be able to fully utilize the site.
I have to admit that I have not fully utilized the clerk's market place. I must be moving now to earn more money. Thank you.
I believe that there is a great potential to earn money from this site especially to those who are passionate in their writing. Those members who are in level 2 and above can share us the details on how to earn from this site. All we have to do is to improve our writing skills and gain experience.
You can list your services here. And then people will buy your service for a price. You will slowly build you reputation by doing some good work and become popular. If you deliver on time and your work is of good quality people will be happy and they will trust you and you will be their first priority next time around. Building trust is very important so you should work on that from day one.
This is a great information for those who are starting their careers here in Wordclerks and other clerk sites.
I equally wish to know about how I can make money from this site. The other time I went to the "create a job" a job section, and as I filled the required fields I felt the section I was in was for those who wanted to hire a freelancer to get a job done for them, whereas I'm the freelancer looking forward to do business with people who may be needing my services.
I dont really know quite a lot in this. But I just want to response in every topic that I read. Most of the topic are quite interesting so I dont get the point of why not.
I believe it is pretty much like Fiverr. You advertise your services and clients will try to avail the service. Or as a client, you post for a job and freelancers will bid on it.
Exactly! It's almost like Fiverr but a little bit different in a way because I would say that getting jobs on Fiverr is quite done in a discrimination manner unlike the Clerks community.
Here is a lot more better than Fiverr in my opinion and experiences.
I am not aware of that. When you mentioned "discrimination," what exactly do you mean?
I think the word there it should be about stringing words together in a professional way to make money. I'm equally new to the site and I'm.looking out for ways I can make money here.
It's not so difficult to earn money through all the Clerks communities on the platform. It's very simple and easy to set up the possibility of earning money here.
Go to the marketplace and set up a service, it's one of the easiest ways to earn from the site.
Well it's easy to set up but the thing is the competition, there really many people on hire setting up services and of course people would choose someone that's better or that produces an amazing services, so for me it's about improving my skills in writing because I am just newbie in writing industry because I just found lately that I enjoy writing, quite surprised.
No one has mentioned the clerks community affiliate program.
Even if you are not selling a service directly on any of the "clerks" sites you can still earn some money as an affiliate. If for example you've seen an interesting service and know a buyer who can pay for it, you can refer them to the site using your referral link. If this person pays for the service, you'll earn a commission. So that too, is another way you can earn some money here on Wordclerks.
There is also the possibility of buying and reselling a service. You find a client who is willing to pay more than what the service costs, you come out here, pay for the service and the freelancer writes the article, deliver it to you customer and collect your money.
You have to market yourself quite nicely in order for people to buy your service. You must provide a good description about yourself, your expertise or why would they choose your service among others. Good description of yourself and the quality work that you can give to them at a good price can catch the buyer's attention. Just exert time and effort to market yourself in the website. Make your description catchy.
These are such helpful tips for me. I think I have not fully "toured" my profile as I have not put something that can market myself nicely.
Oh wow. I just now learned of the clerks affiliate service. I'll definitely be trying that one out. I have not exolored the clerks services as well. Ill be sure to check them out too. Could be a great way to earn some extra money on the side.
I think that we can also earn from this site aside from posting on the different topics by offering our service or skills into the marketplace where some clients would buy for it in a negotiable price. We just need to post some of our expertise and clients will just decide if they are willing to buy for our service in exchange for money.
I have not fully visited every aspect f Wordclerks. But what I do know about it is you can list your services and someone will buy it. Also, I join in discussions through Postloop to get paid by commenting or posting.
Thank you for opening this topic up. I also have the same thoughts. I wish to learn more and everyone is being helpful. Aside from that, we are able to decide easier because of the different advices receive. As far as I know though, this site is mainly for posting services which you can offer online. Please correct me if I'm wrong.