When I began my career as a freelance writer, the first system I came across was Textbroker.com. And if it wasn’t for my experiences using Textbroker, I wouldn’t be where I am today. However, just like all content mills, it does take a certain type of personality to succeed.
I still support using content mills, especially if you’re new to writing. However, there comes a time when you have to move on. Let me explain why I quit writing on Textbroker and how appreciative I am about the experience.
I began my career by putting in a ton of effort to write for content mills. I’ve made tens of thousands of dollars from platforms like Textbroker and pulled in enough to replace a full-time income. But lately, I find myself spending less time on these systems.
A lot of people have made a career out of writing from home. In fact, I am one of them. Since 2012, I’ve completed thousands of articles for thousands of clients around the world. And it all started from a content mill.
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?