Do you like to write? Would you be interested in getting paid to write articles for website owners in need of fresh, relevant content? We’re proud to introduce this great free resource for students looking to make money in college.
The Problem: There’s a dilemma for most website owners. They constantly need fresh, unique content to keep their websites current, but (like all business owners) they suffer from very limited time that usually is devoted elsewhere. Running a website is no easy task. Here is just a sample of the things owners have to manage.
- onsite optimization
- link building
- customer support
- search engine optimization
When it comes to writing new content, the things listed above typically keep site owners from managing this all important aspect to their web business. Until now…
Students are no strangers to writing, and when you couple the need for students to make money with site owners desperately needing new content, your left with a great student job that is both flexible and enjoyable.
Student Payouts attracts students who are looking for ways to make money in college. Chances are that’s why you’re here. To better help you do that, we’ve created a resource where site owners can list writing jobs they need filled with students who are looking to make money. Writing articles for websites is a fairly straightforward process, and we’ll explain it to you below.
How It Works: Let’s say your website is about How To Train Dogs, and you are looking for someone to write articles related to that topic. You (the site owner) would have specific things you want covered like: potty training, sit/stay/fetch, and obedience training.
Now let’s say a college student comes along who has loads of experience or passion writing about dogs, dog breeds, training, or is just a good writer who can do research for a given topic. They are a perfect candidate to write articles for the time crunched site owner, and it’s a great way to earn money in college.
Dependent upon the needs of the site owner, writing jobs typically pay between $10-$20 PER article. The length varies, but for the most part they fall within the 600-1000 word range. Furthermore, the owner might have specific keywords they want the article to be focused around, so for example, the owner of the dog training site might need an article centered around the keyword dog potty training.
Keyword density is one factor that helps websites rank for different phrases, so in order to help build their ranking in the search engines, they will typically want keyword focused articles that are centered around a certain topic or keyphrase.
If you’re a student and interested in reviewing our updated list of available work, please head over to our available writing jobs.