January 11, 2010

New Writing at Home Opportunity, Pays Every Friday

A great opportunity for anyone wishing to work from home-- Human Rewriter is looking for writers for their rewriting services. Basically, they provide rewriting services for internet marketers so they can make new unique content from content they already have. You are paid for each rewrite you do, as soon as a customer accepts your rewrite through their automated system. They have 24 hours to accept after submission, so you never have to wait more than a day to get paid for your work. Most of their normal writers earn between $10-$15 per hour, although when you just start off you may less than that.  But according to the job posting ,it doesn't take long to get to a point where you make decent money with them. More good news--there is NO shortage of work to be done! Payments are sent out every Friday night.( Best News of all, right?)


you must live in the United States of America.
*You must have a paypal account to get paid.
*Ability to create content that is highly unique when compared to the original while still maintaining the same core idea.
*Perfect spelling (spell check, anyone??)
*Good grammatical sense, almost all of their work is colloquial, so grammar doesn't have to be formal or perfect. You just need a strong grasp of what reads properly and what doesn't
*You must be attentive to your work, most of their system is based on getting it right the first time, so taking a few seconds to check your work will be greatly appreciated.

To apply:

Go to  http://www.humanrewriter.com/jobs/ to submit your application.
Then there is a two-part testing process--

First you are provided with the writers manual to read over and given a simple test to make sure you took in all of the basics. Then you are given a second more comprehensive test that requires you to do a few example rewrites in the same way they would be done in their system. They review the rewrites and if approved,  you will be able to begin working immediately.

Good Luck!

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