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Get paid to write at Textbroker – how it works:

Choose your order, write, revise if required, and receive payment.

  1. 1

    Select your order

    Select your order from an extensive pool of orders.

  2. 2

    Create content

    Use the briefing as your guide to completing the order.

  3. 3

    Fine-tune with the client

    If necessary, make changes to your text as requested by the client.

  4. 4

    Receive payment

    Once your text has been accepted by the client, funds are deposited into your account.

In the event that a client is dissatisfied with an article, you can turn to the Textbroker support team for assistance. Textbroker’s Quality Assurance department evaluates each rejection based on whether the author has written to the quality level specified and according to the client’s instructions and revision requests.

Choose from three Order types:

At Textbroker, there are three possibilities to obtain orders. You can find them in your account.

OpenOrder

Choose an assignment from a pool of OpenOrders

You may choose an assignment on a topic of your choice at or below your quality level from our OpenOrder pool. This is a first come, first served system, and Textbroker pays a fixed price per word written.


DirectOrder

Work directly with clients directly

A Direct Order is sent exclusively to you by the client, and you determine the price per word. DirectOrders are sent to your personal inbox.


TeamOrder

Join a Team of authors

When you join a Team, TeamOrders are available to you on a first come, first served basis. Authors can join Private teams by invitation-only; However, several Teams ask authors to first submit an application. With TeamOrders, the price per word is set by the client.

How Textbroker Works

Textbroker has the right offer for everyone, from beginner to experienced professional. Your first order is just a few simple steps away.
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Rating and Author Profile

Familiarize yourself with our article rating system, and learn how you can utilize your author profile to attract premium assignments.
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Your Signup Article

A short registration text on a topic of your choosing serves as the basis for your preliminary rating. Find more information about your registration text here.
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