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 wouldn’t be where I am today if it wasn’t for using Textbroker and growing as a freelance writer. And having any advantage when working with content mills can go a long way. Today, I’ll go over several ways Grammarly helps with Textbroker content.
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 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.