Popular Copywriting Exchange
The copywriting profession is becoming increasingly popular among novice freelancers. Accordingly, the number of sites providing them with a field for activity, that is, exchanges, is growing. Experienced copywriters know how big the role of the exchange is. It provides not only a platform, but also organizes the workflow and dialogue of the copywriter with customers. But each exchange has its own conditions and offers, advantages and disadvantages.
Let’s take a closer look at the most popular exchanges:
TechSale. The most popular exchange of copywriting. At the moment, it employs 150 thousand performers. It provides a basic set of services. A copywriter has his own shop where his articles are placed. Check out the articles pass fairly quickly (2-3 hours). Articles priced at more than $ 2 per thousand are tested in the service of CopyScape and go to the main page in the feed of new articles, which is important, given the customers’ site traffic. Another thing is that such an article should correspond to its price in quality. In general, the conditions of the exchange are quite blurred and not permanent. For example, access to orders recently raised to $ 10 per month. This means that you can take an order only for money. This is one of the main disadvantages of this system. However, given that the proposals in the order section are estimated at an average of $ 1.5 per thousand, this is not so bad. It is worth noting a good rating system and a copywriter promotion. Unlike many competitors, the rating here is more or less objective.
Etxt. The most democratic exchange. Copywriter gets a page with the store and direct access to orders. This is the most mobile and lively stock exchange. Every minute the customer with the performer find each other. The exchange operates on-line, the performer does not wait until his articles are bought up, he takes the order first-hand. Many blame the stock exchange for low copywriting and correspondingly low prices. This is indeed the case. Customers put humiliatingly low prices (the average price is 3 times lower than at TechSale), and performers do not consider it necessary to work too hard on the text. One way or another, the exchange is thriving, attracting new users. For beginners this is a great option.
Advego. The exchange provides a standard list of services for copywriters. On the technical side, it is much like Etxt. But. The nature of orders is completely different. It is dominated by advertising articles, orders for registration and publication of messages. Of course, prices are low here, but copywriters earn in quantities. Many, having registered on hundreds of forums and blogs, brought the process of earnings to automatism. A regular message costs $ 0.1. Thus, to earn $ 10, a copywriter needs to write a hundred messages. Oddly enough, many comply with this standard. This is unpromising and labor-intensive income, but for those who want to quickly earn a few dollars on the Internet, it is quite suitable.