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  1. Lupus Maior

    Hey, great article

    I have known about iWriter for a while now. A friend recommended me to the site and told me that he did it when he needed money for other projects.

    You summarise the service perfectly. I never had the guts to actually write for iWriter though.

    Do you have any advice for someone who wants to get started, but just can’t take the leap?

    • Gomer Magtibay

      Do you mean getting started with iWriter? Well, the solution for that problem is simple—just click that blue button that says “Click Here To Sign up with iWriter”, start taking projects in there and make money. Just like what Nike said, “Just do it”.

  2. spargop

    I read this article with great interest and I’ll definitely be taking a closer look at it. I’m lucky enough to have a (very) small forces veterans pension that keeps the wolf from the door whilst we’re building our online business, but it doesn’t allow for luxuries like travel, this could be the answer to get a few extra dollars in the coffers! 

    Have you found that there’s always a lot of articles available to be written? Is there much of a difference between articles written for the USA and those written for the UK?

    • Gomer Magtibay

      Thanks for reading. 

      When I was with them, I didn’t notice if there’s a difference between USA and UK as far as available of articles is concern. What I noticed then was, there’s so much articles available, and so the competition among writers. But as we know it, everything changes. The situation today might be different from yesterday. 

      Click the blue button, sign up, take some projects, and earn money with iWriter.

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