Anyone use Wordhire??

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I came accross wordhire today, but I waqs wondering whether it's any good, or legitimate.

If you use it as a buyer, writer or affiliate plz let me know your experiences.

#internet marketing #wordhire
  • Profile picture of the author tamtu
    I found it last month and used it as a writer it is good, is in beta so had some technical problems, last time I used it they were solved, their payments are prompt. They do not have much projects as of late.
  • Profile picture of the author CSwrite
    I think how it works is that writers are paid .02 a word, and clients are charged .04, so the service profits .02 on every word. At least that's how it would appear to work.

    Whoops- beat me to it

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