— Get Your Voice Out as a Writer

What is Who is it for? And how can you make money with it? Read this review to find out!writing platform

(Note: This is a review of the writing platform. For a review of the unaffiliated ClearVoice Surveys, click here.)

How It Works

Basically, you sign up as a writer and fill out your profile. You get to choose your interests, areas of expertise, and preferred rate. The system will then notify you whenever a matching job offer is available. If there is a company that needs a writer like you, you will be contacted. You can then apply for that job.

Pros and Cons

On the one hand, this is not a content mill. You can choose not to be shown offers that pay less than your preferred amount. You can set up a professional profile and be contacted by real companies and brands. On the other hand, there is no telling how much work will come your way. It will depend on how many brands actually use Clear Voice.

So, Is Worth It? Can It Really Be True?

It certainly doesn’t hurt to sign up as a writer and fill out your profile. Work isn’t guaranteed, but who knows? You may actually land a nice-paying gig or two down the road. I actually plan on filling out a profile there myself.


  1. frankj2016

    Interesting post. I blog but I do not fancy myself a good writer. It is more of a personal project. But the ClearVoice thing does look quite interesting. I am not sure I am ready to give it a try. I did not even know they exsisted until reading your post. Still I think I will look into ClearVoice. Like you said you never know..

    1. Ben (Post author)

      Yes, Frank, there is no reason not to try. It is always difficult for freelancers to find writing work online, and having another basket to put your eggs in is always a good idea.

  2. Mike

    Very interesting opportunity. I like the idea of this platform. I would be interested in reading an article if you have any success with this. I am reluctant to join things like this, but if you get to set the $ bar I think that is pretty cool.
    Thanks for sharing

    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Mike,

      I think that if you can decide on what is the minimum you will work for it is definitely a bad thing.

      All the best,



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