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Real Writing Jobs Online Review – Is It A Scam?

I have been getting emails asking me about other ways of “making money online”, and what I end up telling my 11 readers is that freelancing is better than completing surveys – it pays more, and there is more work. So I told these 11 people that they should try writing online, and I pointed them to RealWritingJobs.com – one of the writing companies online.

Well, after getting some feedback on what real writing jobs offers, I can say that it can be one of the better writing companies out there. There is one big problem though, new writers have to pay to get into their system to start writing articles for people who need them. There is a trial offer, which is good. You can go out and sign up for the trial and just try out their service and if you think it’s not something for you, you can cancel before they charge you the one-time lifetime membership fee.  What is the membership fee you ask? Well it was $129 to start I believe, but right now it’s $47.  

I know what you’re thinking – $47!? Why the heck do they charge so much for us to write for them? Well, every business model is different, and they opted to charge a lifetime membership fee instead of using other fee structures. It can be beneficial to try out the service, especially if you like to write.

Is RealWritingJobs.com A Scam?

A scam is what you think it is. There are many people that actually have used the service to its fullest and get back their investment and much much more. I don’t think it’s a scam, but that’s just my opinion. A scam to me would be if they asked for your money and gave you nothing…that would suck, and yes it would be a scam.

With RealWritingJobs.com, they actually provide a service that is in demand…so they charge for it. There’s nothing wrong with that. The reason some people may think that this is a scam is because they don’t put any, or very little, effort into it. If you sign up, and go through everything they tell you and start writing on a consistent basis, then you will be successful with it…period. You can’t just sign up and do nothing and think it’s a scam.

My Suggestion For Writing Jobs Online

What I would do if I were new to the writing game, I would be signing up and writing as much as I possibly could. The best thing about writing (or anything for that matter), is that the more you do it, the better you will get over the long run. So go out and sign up and see what you can do in the LONG RUN, not today…not this week…over a longer period of time. If writing is a passion for you, then why wouldn’t you be writing everyday?

2 Comments

  1. Steven E. Fannin says:

    Hello. My name is Steve. I wanted to ask someone about this website because of how new I am to this type of working online. I’m not trying to be the next Fortune 500 millionaire. I would like to make extra money so that I could put myself in a better position to do other things. I have already signed up for RealWritingJobs.com, but have not yet begun to write anything. I joined this website out of desperation be cause my financial shape is to put it in a nice way “less than desireable”. My work shcedule is kind of wierd and I would only get to write 3-4 days a week. If you can give some advice on how I can do this and still make money successfully, I would greatly appreciate it. If you would prefer to speak directly to me, send an email with a phone number and I’ll call you. I’m currently on my two days off. Thank you for your time.

  2. Eric R says:

    Steve, sorry I didn’t get to your comment earlier. I also mentioned other writing opportunities online with textbroker.com – or if you really want to learn how to make money online, you can start learning at the keyword academy (tka). tka has a lot to offer as far as a step-by-step plan, tools, and other resources to get you off the ground. TKA is my recommendation for you, I’ve been a member for over 2 years.

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