They state the reason is that I do not own the website and they no longer allow advertisers to do this. You can only advertise if you own the site.
Has this happened to everyone? There must be a way around it.
Can anyone help me please?
Hello, Does improving your content hurt your search ranking? I write stuff then days later I re-read what I wrote and make little changes here and there but not to the actual title or the url.
Hi everyone! I want to start a business soon that involves someone going to my site
Hi Fellow Warriors Just a quickie for you today...
These days, what's the division like between the search traffic vs social traffic that you get? Which of the two gives more bang for buck?
Content mills have some up and down sides. One of the main down sides is actually too obvious to mention, but anyway, the payout is pretty low compared to working for agencies and directly for clients. Now let's take the pay rates aside, what else is holding you back to write for a content mill like iWriter, HireWriters, Textbroker, WriterAccess and so forth?