Writing meta descriptions is a bit of an art form. They’re not overly difficult, but it does take a bit of finesse to make them effective. Whether you’re blogging or writing for clients, knowing how meta descriptions work makes your content more valuable.
One of the requirements for writing in Textbroker is being able to handle basic HTML. This doesn’t mean you need to be a website developer. However, it’s beneficial to get a handle of using HTML in Textbroker. And, it’s really not all that difficult to learn.
I’ve received a couple of comments about how writing for content mills is a horrible way to make money. And all I can say is that it’s driven my success to where I am today. But does that mean everyone will have the same experience?
One of the hardest things for me to write in Textbroker is a recap. Not because they’re overly difficult, but because the system flags them as plagiarized content far too often. However, there are ways you can avoid plagiarism with a bit of imagination and the right tool.
In 2019, Textbroker announced how it was moving from PayPal to process payments for authors. And as inconvenient as I find this move, it’s something we have to do to use the system. Today, I’ll show you how to connect Textbroker to a Payoneer account.