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  1. thenorthmind
    July 20, 2014 @ 3:42 pm

    I think its also worth it. iWriter’s fast track is a joke though. I found a cheaper way to reach Elite.

  2. Article Writer
    July 20, 2014 @ 4:05 pm

    The problem with these websites is that they’re always in favor of themselves and the client, while the writer is the least of their concern.

    They allow clients to request articles for pennies in order to attract more of them, knowing that there are far more cheap clients than lucrative ones.

    But that’s a big mistake. There are still many (and I mean, MANY) clients out there willing to pay a decent amount for articles. If iWriter would have built their platform around those lucrative clients, they would have eventually come.

    Unfortunately, most writing websites tend to think small.

    • christian
      May 23, 2016 @ 8:07 pm

      help me bud. want to earn good cash. iwriter is disappointing

  3. thenorthmind
    July 20, 2014 @ 5:23 pm

    I agree. $1.25 is pretty cheap, but for 150 words only, who’s gonna want it? Not even 300 words articles are in demand anymore. People want 500 words and more, but at $2.43, who’s going to write a 500 words article for that much unless it’s in bulk orders (odesk, text broker, etc…)?

    iWriter does well in reaching the mass market, but there isn’t much (or any) profit unless one is Elite. However even at that status, the writer still needs to find permanent clients who would consistently order and pay at that price, which is another trial in itself.

  4. Sammy Kikwai
    August 19, 2014 @ 4:00 pm

    iWriter was the first site that I worked with. It seemed great at that time, but now that I have moved on to better sites such as wordgigs and writersdomain I can’t imagine workig for $2.53. I still have my account and I pick orders once in a while since I am an Elite writer now.

  5. Bob Writer
    September 22, 2014 @ 9:05 pm

    The site is worthwhile only if you find those people who you can work well with. There are great clients on there, but there are also some not so great clients. I know that’s a pretty banal observation to make, but iWriter really does have an extreme case of Yin and Yang going down. Whilst I may get favorited by one group of clients who send me large bundles of special requests and cheery notes, I’ll simultaneously come up against another set who I really can’t abide by (i.e. vague instructions with poor grammar, demanding vast amounts of extra research for what is essentially loose change, etc. etc.).

    Anyway, as you say, it all depends upon whether or not you’re willing to work your way up through those lower rates. Being an elite writer is cool and all, but progressing through what is essentially a ‘hazing’ for new writers makes you question whether or not it was actually worth it.

  6. Mark Allen
    October 10, 2014 @ 11:42 am

    I love they are not so strict and you can earn more than IWriter…. Payment are easy and fast..

  7. Romio
    October 12, 2014 @ 8:02 pm

    I use its a pretty good one… I love them

  8. zulfa22
    October 21, 2014 @ 9:37 am

    they are unproffessinals whole lock up your account with no good reason n do not pay you your money.

  9. zulfa22
    October 21, 2014 @ 9:41 am

    iwriters are thieves

  10. Sherrye
    November 20, 2015 @ 9:53 am

    Iwriter just banned me, I assume my last submission was rejected bringing my total to 2 acceptions and 3 rejections. What’s wierd is I write for greatcontent (100+ texts) and have never had a rejection! I need a second online income source, so moving on…

    • Elvis Michael
      November 20, 2015 @ 10:43 am

      I heard of a few people getting banned rather easily in the past. The problem is (apparently) that they want super high quality content for very low pay. That’s the nature of these mass content production services, sadly.

      Try something like CrowdSource; the average article pays $2.50 but they’re only about 100 words long, so it’s not bad.


  11. Michael Smith
    January 8, 2016 @ 4:29 am is great only for elite writers and probably company owners. Standard writers earn peanuts.