One question I see on this website a lot is how much money can someone make using Textbroker. The best answer I can give is, “That depends.” I know, not really prolific and somewhat vague. But the truth is, there is just so much that can adjust how much money any writer can actually make while using the Textbroker system. However, I can give you an example of how much I make and what you can do to make the most out of the experience.
Textbroker is a great way for new writers to get their feet wet in freelance ghostwriting. It’s a simple system to use that can be very lucrative if you put in the effort. The first thing you need to do is develop a Textbroker profile that can attract clients. After all, it’s direct orders and teams that will make you the most money. So, how do you go about making a winning public profile?
There can be quit a few facets to being successful at freelancing. Everything from the quality of your work to how you treat clients will impact how much money you make throughout the week. Just like a sandwich, each part of working for yourself is connected to form a tasty meal. If one of those pieces goes sour, it can affect the entire experience.
It’s near impossible to please 100% of the people 100% of the time whether you are writing or working in retail. Sometimes there can be a miscommunication or you could interpret the specifics of an order differently causing your project to be rejected. Although it can be disheartening, take the experience as a method of improving your abilities. When an order is rejected, it doesn’t have to be seen in an absolutely negative light.
I was asked recently if it was possible to make at least $100 per day using TextBroker. If you read my previous posts, you probably already know that it is. Since I’ve had a couple of days to think about my answer, I really didn’t go too deep with my explanation to this person pertaining to how.