Last Updated on by Michael Brockbank
Can you make $100 per day using Textbroker? The short answer is yes, but there’s a caveat. Don’t expect to sign up and start raking in the dough. In fact, there are a lot of things that play into how much you’ll actually make.
And I’m not just talking about typing fast or knowing how to spell.
While these two things are important to help you make $100 per day on Textbroker, there is so much more involved.[adrotate banner=”8″]
How Do You Make $100 Per Day on TextBroker?
It’s not impossible to start generating a lot of income immediately from Textbroker. But, I have yet to meet anyone who did so in the beginning.
In fact, it took me more than a year to reach this kind of payout. But a lot of that was due to the fact I was holding down a regular full-time job at the same time.
Just bear in mind that no one can guarantee that you’ll make a certain amount of money from any content mill. However, I can break down the biggest things that affected how I make money online.
Things that will affect how Textbroker pays include:
- Your own effort
- Available orders
- Rate of pay
- Knowledge of the Topic
- Writing skills
- Limiting distractions
Once you get a handle of all these elements, you could surely make a decent living as you work from home.
1. Your Own Effort
First and foremost, the amount of effort you put into any method is going to affect how successful you are. If you really want to make money online using Textbroker, you need to put in the time to write content.
To make $100 per day using Textbroker, you would need to write 10,000 words per day at level 3. If you’re level 4, you would need at least 7,143.
That’s an awful lot of writing!
However, getting on some good teams and getting Direct Order clients will make this much easier. You can control how much you charge in Direct Orders while teams often pay more than the base for your level.
For instance, I belong to several level 4 teams in Textbroker that pay well over 1.7 cents per word. This might not sound like a lot, but it’s the difference between $14 and $17 for a 1000 word article.
In most instances, it increased my hourly average by more than $3.
My point is that you need to push yourself to make $100 per day or more. And I know it’s possible because I would do it on a daily basis.
2. Available Orders
The next biggest thing that will influence how much you make on Textbroker is the amount of actual work.
When I started, it was common for level 3 open orders to have no jobs available. That’s why I diversified myself and added other content mills to my daily routine.
However, the content has steadily increased over time. Today, I find that I always have work available whether it’s an open order or through one of the multiple teams I am on.
Of course I’m also a level 4, which seems to be what most clients want.
Just beware of the lulls that can happen when you’re first starting as a ghostwriter on Textbroker.
3. Rate of Pay
Textbroker has a variety of ways which pay authors. It’s not common that you’ll simply stick to just one type of workload. And the different things you do will affect how much money you make.
Here is an example of what I’m talking about:
- Level 4 Open Orders pay $0.014 per word.
- Teams will offer different amounts depending on the client. Most will pay more than your currently level. I’ve worked on teams that paid as high as $0.05 per word.
- You control how much clients pay per word through direct orders. I have mine set well above $0.03 per word.
The best way to tell if you can sustain yourself and make $100 per day is to take an average of your income over the span of a couple of months.
For example, I record everything I do throughout every day that I work. Then, I figure an average income based on the amount of money I make over the span of a couple of months.
This gives me an average income including days when the workload might be low. The longer you record data, the more accurate the results.[template id=”2087″]
4. Knowledge of the Topic
The more knowledgeable you are on any given topic, the easier it is to write. This affects everything from typing speed to proofreading. It also reduces the time you spend researching a topic.
Research is still vastly important as it helps you write accurate and current information for clients. However, having a strong grasp just makes the entire process much easier.
Case in point, I find it incredibly easier to write about Internet, WordPress and marketing topics. These are areas that interest me and what I currently am the most fluent. This means I can write content faster while spending less time on Google.
That’s because I keep up with daily research anyway.
There’s nothing wrong with tackling a subject you don’t know. I encourage it. But just keep in mind the more you know, the faster you write. The faster you write, the more jobs you complete.
And that results in how you can make $100 per day on Textbroker.
5. Writing Skills
Being able to type fast is only part of being a freelance writer for TextBroker. You also need to worry about grammar and correct spelling. Making corrections and alterations can cut into the time it takes to complete an order.
However, these abilities can quickly develop over a short amount of time if you work on several orders per day. Having your own side projects, such as a blog, may be beneficial as well.
Writing is just like any other skill. And if you want to keep proficient, you need to put in some practice. Speed matters when it comes to making money online as a writer.
For instance, someone who types 70 words per minute is going to make more money on Textbroker than someone who can finger peck at 20.
Content mills are all about production. And the faster typists often consistently make the most money.
Now I’m not saying you need to be able to type as fast as I do. But keep in mind that the clock is ticking while you write.
6. Limiting Your Distractions
One of the most important aspects to make $100 per day on Textbroker is limiting the distractions. It’s easy to get sidetracked when working from home.
Every second you’re not typing is one you’re not getting paid.
I’ve had days where I would get sucked into YouTube, Netflix, Hulu or loading up some of my favorite games instead of typing. And this diminished how much I was paid each week.
Keep yourself focused on what needs to be done. Don’t let your mind wander.
It will affect your Textbroker pay.
Here are the steps I take throughout a typical day of writing for content mills:
- Start at 8am. I like to keep a regular work schedule. It helps keep me in a professional mindset.
- Pick up my first order and work on it until it’s done. It doesn’t matter if the client has a three-day window to turn in the project. Get it done as quickly as possible impresses the client.
- Pick up another order as soon as I am done with the last. Remember, it’s all about productivity if you want to make $100 per day on Textbroker.
- Taking breaks is OK. Every 90 minutes or so, I’ll take a break and walk around. This gives me a chance to clear my head and stretch the legs.
- Continue writing like this for eight hours or until I meet a personal goal.
Of course I’ll take a 30-minute lunch break for myself midway through the day.
Getting the order done as quickly as possible opens the doors for the client to send more work. He or she may be comfortable paying your Direct Order price, which helps you make more money.
This is because most clients want their jobs done in a timely fashion. Even those who don’t expect an article back in three days may contact you directly if your speedy.
In fact, I had a semi-regular client who was impressed with my turnaround and kept sending Direct Order work. That was until the client’s company decided to go with an in-house writer.
Don’t Expect $100 Per Day Immediately
If you’re new to writing, don’t be discouraged if it takes you a few months in order to build a client-base that can keep you working. Provide the highest quality you can for every order you complete.
Opportunities will develop that can keep you writing the entire day if you like.[template id=”2089″]
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