Best places to sell articles

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I have a whole lot of articles I've written, and am wondering where are some good reliable places to sell them?

I've heard of constant content, but It's really strict with the contents of the articles, down to the smallest thing.

I was wondering what similar sites are out there? I mean I'm happy to get paid less for my article if I don't have to resubmit it 5 times to fix the tiniest of errors.

Constant content and fivver are really the only two I know of. What other ones do you think are good?
#articles #places #sell
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  • Profile picture of the author JeffreyBenson
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  • Profile picture of the author seanocoso
    You can also build up a reputation first on reputable blogs like technorati or so, then perhaps, it would become easier to sell your articles.
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  • Profile picture of the author Samrath Gupta
    If you have lots of article then BUNDLE them up and sell them with PLR license on WSO section!

    Or

    You can sell them on Fiverr

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  • Profile picture of the author WebDomain
    better place - seek regular buyer
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  • Profile picture of the author wilson230
    If you want to sell them without paying any charges then go on Digital point and post them.
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  • Profile picture of the author gcbmark20
    1. I-Writer.com

    2. Factoidz.com

    3. Fiverr.com - as already mentioned

    4. Here at the Warrior Forum

    5. Squidoo - Sell my articles

    6. Dailyarticle.com

    7. Helium.com

    Here is a short list to get you going, some are better than others as this is always the case.

    Hope you find some success with these as it tends to be numbers game.

    All the best and good luck!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author PinoyPride
    Make a Google search for the keywords that you targeted, and sell the articles to bloggers in that niche.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by Andrei Rotariu View Post

    You can sell them anywhere for the right price, unfortunately that right price wont be enough.
    This.

    Originally Posted by missmystery View Post

    I've heard of constant content, but It's really strict with the contents of the articles, down to the smallest thing.
    The reality is that it's going to be terribly difficult to sell anywhere, for reasonable amounts of money worth talking about, articles which aren't acceptable even to Constant Content (whose editorial policies really represent only "decent English").

    Originally Posted by missmystery View Post

    I mean I'm happy to get paid less for my article if I don't have to resubmit it 5 times to fix the tiniest of errors.
    Well, it's one approach. But please excuse the observation that in the long run, a far more viable and profitable one is to learn to avoid the errors in the first place, and remove this great limitation on your future income. Because it really will be a great limitation. I'm suggesting this only because I know you're so easily capable of that!
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      Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post


      a far more viable and profitable one is to learn to avoid the errors in the first place, and remove this great limitation on your future income. Because it really will be a great limitation. I'm suggesting this only because I know you're so easily capable of that!
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  • Profile picture of the author MichaelNech
    I always say it's best to be proactive in your marketing efforts rather than simply wait for other people to contact you.

    What I mean by that? Sell them, put them in front of a crowd who is actively searching for new articles.

    And like it was already mentioned, the best place to do it if they're of high quality, is right here on the forum.

    You might even think about starting a real business out of this venture and offer a monthly membership where people can get your articles for a cheaper price or a few articles for free when they order a certain number of articles.

    Mike.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mena Jo
    Have you thought about setting up a PLR store? I know it's not for some, but in terms of ROI for the effort you put into writing, it's pretty up there.

    The one thing I would say though is that it takes time to establish yourself. You have to put work into marketing your store. But if you're up for creating a business around your writing, then it's a good time investment.

    Oh the other thing I would say if you do choose to go down the PLR route is to start building your list... like yesterday!

    All the best.
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    • Profile picture of the author boutiquecontent
      Originally Posted by Mena Jo View Post

      Have you thought about setting up a PLR store? I know it's not for some, but in terms of ROI for the effort you put into writing, it's pretty up there.
      Is PLR still viable? I've rarely come across PLR I've be happy to use and don't feel comfortable knowing there are numerous other copies out there. I think the way things are nowadays, it has to be original quality content all the way.
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  • Profile picture of the author miserman
    As fasr as I concerned....Whenever I have same problem I just sell it on Digital Point
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  • Profile picture of the author mark healy
    i would say the warrior forum, you can sell articles very reasonable
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  • Profile picture of the author zicer
    Here on the forum, Elance (or any freelance website), Fiverr... Too many to mention. But while you are here, use the forum, i bet there is enough buyers for quality articles.
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  • Profile picture of the author Richard Miller
    There are good directions at squidoo.com/ sellmyarticles. This is useful information will help you to solve your problem.
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  • Try out digital point forum...
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  • Profile picture of the author SuperKristen
    You can sell your articles in this forum.As well you can try out this http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...-articles.html
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  • Profile picture of the author PhilippaWrites
    I'd recommend giving Constant Content a try. If your articles are rejected for errors it might give you an idea about their overall saleability.

    Because you can set your own prices on CC, you can get a good income. When I get a 'sold' email from them I know I've quite often got $100 on the way. Which is nice.
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  • Profile picture of the author Richard Miller
    You may also check wicked fire.com
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