Many people searching the internet for writing jobs have come across a company called Pure Content. What is it? Is it a content mill? Is it worth signing up for? Read this review to find out!
How It Works
To sign up for Pure Content, you must first submit a resume outlining your experience. If they like it, they will contact you and request that you submit a sample article of around 250 words on the topic of your choice. You can sign up by clicking on “Join Our Network” in the top menu on their site (Purecontent.com).
I actually waited quite a while after submitting a resume, perhaps a month or so, until I was told to submit a sample article. I just submitted an article I had previously written but was never published. I was told that I was accepted, wasngiven a form to fill out, and then told that I will be contacted when there is work available for me.
What People are Saying About Pure Content
I’ve found some online threads about Pure Content in forums. What they basically say is that writers can wait long times until they are contacted with work. When work is available, it is low-paying.
Actually, that’s why I did not wait until work is available in order to write this review. I have no idea if or when I will be given work, so there’s no point of waiting.
So, Is Pure Content Good? Can It Really Be True?
I can’t say it’s not worth it. If you always appreciate extra freelance work coming your way, you may find it worth your while to sign up. Just don’t put any hopes on this thing – you may wait a long time until you are given work, and there may be long periods of time where there is no work available. When there is work, there’s no telling how much it pays.
I don’t think you will be able to make a full-time or even part-time income from Pure Content. I’ve been a member for months by now, and I have never been contacted with work. Instead, I suggest that you check out my other recommended programs.