You write posts for businesses. If they buy those posts, then you get paid.
Writing for BlogMutt can be lucrative for some, but is it just another Content Mill?
BlogMutt is a popular US based content writing platform that was founded in 2010-2011 by Scott Yates & Wade Green. Basically their concept is to connect writers and bloggers to website owners for the purpose of selling blog posts and ghost writing services.
Once registered as a contributor, writers can submit articles on the platform. These can be selected for use by website & blogsite owners, who pay around a subscription of $100 per month ($25 per article) – reducing rate applies for larger agency accounts.
However, if you write an article on BlogMutt and it is accepted for use, you will be paid $8 per article. If no one selects your article you will not be paid for it, but there is a high uptake rate for articles written, it sits at around 90%. Given this high article acceptance rate, BlogMutt is definitely worth looking at for enthusiastic writers and bloggers wanting to earn a bit of extra cash, or those looking for filler jobs between larger writing assignments.
Average post length is 300-400 words, but can be as short as 250 words – also there is an option for websites to pay a subscription level for articles up to 1200 words.
There is a comprehensive help archive on the site to help newcomers get up and running quickly.
- Alexa Rank = 133,832
Writers must create an account before they can view jobs and must be legally allowed to work in the United States.
Literacy testing? YES
Plagarism testing? YES
Cost to Join: NO cost to writers and article contributors.
Payments are made weekly via PayPal on a Monday.
All transactions are processed via the BlogMutt platform.
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