My Opinion: We Write Blog Posts: 3 Major (Potential) Red Flags Writers Need To Beware Of
If you check out popular writing jobs boards, the chances are you’ve come across adverts from We Write Blog Posts. Their advertising is quite appealing, mentioning how top writers earn around $2,500 per month, as well as how there’s plenty of work available. However, there are three potential major red flags writers should be made aware of.
Note: This article is just my opinion and observation I made as a writer on We Write Blog Posts. I actually recommend giving them a try if you’re a writer looking for extra income.
Now back to the potential red flags. These red flags include:
1. Constantly Hiring
Sometimes when a company is constantly hiring, it’s a good thing. It could mean business is booming, and they need all the help they can get. Unfortunately, in the writing industry (content mills, writing agencies, etc. . .) this isn’t always the case.
In fact, I’ve witnessed a few content mills who constantly brought in new writers because they needed to provide “fresh voices” for their clients. From a client perspective, this is great. From a writer’s perspective, this isn’t always a great thing.
We Write Blog Posts are constantly looking for writers. I’ve seen new job postings from them every single month for the last year (at least). We Write Blog Posts may very well have lots of work to go around; Or they are constantly on the hunt for writers because:
. We Write Blog posts needs fresh voices
. They have a high turnover rate of writers
. They get rid of writers as fast as they bring them on
Once again, the above may not even be the case at all. Businesses can do what they want, but imagine if a content mill opening and publicly mentioned that they do the above? They’d have an even tougher time attracting writers.