I write for both Break Studios, and Bright Hub. Just wanted to give you a little report of them.
Break Studios: pays $8/article, pay day is on the 1st and 15th of the month. They require APA format, min. word count is 250. Their titles are not as obscure as DS and (I Think) are easier to write. The CE's are friendly, and you can do more than one rewrite if necessary to get it right. The really big downside is that the review time is around 4-6 days. You sell all rights to your content.
Bright Hub: pays $10+rev share/article. Pay is once a month after you hit the $20 min. payout. There is no specific format to use, unless a managing editor (ME) requires one for their channel. Word count min. is 450. Reference requirements are set by the ME. The CE's for each channel are friendly, and you can ask them questions if you receive a rewrite. You also have more than one chance for a rewrite. Their articles can sometimes be difficult to write simply because of the length, but since they pay both upfront and residuals, I think it is worth it to get the best of both worlds. Articles must be original, and you cannot republish once they are on Bright Hub.
Since I prefer upfront pay I find these plus DS the best. For residuals, I prefer Examiner, and Firehow. I don't do DS for rev-share, I prefer the upfront.
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Melissa Van Horn is a work from home, homeschool mom. She has spent several years and several thousand dollars searching for the perfect home based business. She has finally found that with Ameriplan®. She has a passion for sharing her experiences with others through Examiner. In addition to running her Ameriplan® business, Melissa has a Barefoot Books business and does freelance writing for several clients.Melissa can be contacted here.
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