GetACopyWriter.com Review — Can It Be an Extra Egg Basket?

A relatively unknown content mill out there is calledGetACopyWriter.com. It offers writers the opportunity to find article writing jobs, apply for them, and get paid. It also allows website owners to post jobs for writers. According to reports, it pays rather OK for a content mill. So I set out to try to find out what really is going on there.getacopywriter reviews

How It Works and the Application Process

Most articles seem to require either 400 or 600 words, and the pay seems to be between $20-$40 per article, depending on the number of words and whether it is a premium level article or a standard level article.  It seems that writers start off as standard writers and can somehow eventually be promoted to a premium writer.

Each article is in a separate category. Some categories include SEO, health, etc.

Now, $20-$40 per article is not bad for some extra money here and there. The problem with GetACopyWriter.com is its ridiculous application process.

You see, in order to be able to write articles in any specific category, you must apply for that category by submitting an unpaid sample. For example, if you want to write articles in the health category, you must submit a sample about a health topic. This sample will be according to the specific instructions that they give you, which will include resources upon which to base your sample.

Now, this may not be a problem if there were many article jobs available in each category. However, there are only a few in each category, and some categories have no available jobs at all (at least when I checked in). This means that in order to have access to a reasonable amount of jobs you must write quite a few unpaid sample articles. That’s a lot of work for free.

So, Is GetACopyWriter.com Legit? Can It Really be True?

Yes, GetACopyWriter seems legit, though it can take some time before your application gets accepted. The pay is nice for a content mill. However, you would have to write 5-10 unpaid sample articles to have access to a reasonable amount of jobs. The only advice I can give you is to apply to the “Other” category, where there are more available jobs than in the other categories.

If not for this absurd application process, I would probably give GetACopyWriter 5 stars.

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2 Comments

  1. ches

    This is something I’ve been pondering over for some time now as I do seem to be able to write posts of a good size and content according to my friends and relatives (who maybe just being kind!)

    Thanks to you writing this article, I think I may look into it in more detail. I’ll let you know how I get on if I give it a go.

    The only thing that worries me with producing 5-10 free posts, would you have to allow them to use these unpaid articles if they thought them worthy of publishing? If so, would seem a bit of a scam by way of getting articles for free, or am I being paranoid! Ches

    Reply
    1. Ben (Post author)

      When you write something, it legally belongs to you — you own the copyright. Unless you agree to transfer the copyright, nobody else may use it. So no, unless you get paid (or you agree to relinquish ownership even without getting paid) they can not use it. So you can use it on your own blog.

      Just keep in mind that there are many other content mills out there. You can certainly try out some of them. I have listed a number of legit ones in “The Good,” which you can find by clicking on the menu.

      Good luck!

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