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17+ Sites Like Textbroker for the Best Work

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Textbroker is a company I have mentioned many times before.  And, if you’re not familiar with the platform, I consider it to be one of the best ways to get your feet wet in the freelance writing industry.   You sign up, get approved and then you can choose from a list of articles that need to be typed.  You work whenever you want and you will always know what you’re going to get paid before accepting a gig.

No, they don’t pay much, but I found it to be a great stepping stone for myself to gain experience and find clients who pay me much more than the standard Texbroker rates.  I’m sure you will think the same.  It’s very easy to make $100+ a week with very little effort and experience.

Now, I know you will read a lot of bad things about Textbroker, but it’s mainly about the pay.  I get it.  But, if you’re just starting out, it’s a great way to sign up and pick out articles that suit your tastes.  At any given time, there can be hundreds, maybe even thousands of articles available for you to type.

Like most companies you find online, there are many alternatives and this can be said about Textbroker.

So, whether you want to find a site that works just like Textbroker or maybe you want to find other sites that pay you to type, then you’re in the right place.  In today’s guide, I’m going to talk about the many legitimate sites like Textbroker.  As always, I’m 100% honest and will only promote what works.

Let’s begin!

Sites Like Textbroker

Writer Access

Writer Access has been around for years and is quite established in the freelance writing world.  To date, they have more than 40,000 customers with over 2.5 million projects delivered.

Here, anyone can apply to write for clients, however, there’s no guarantee you will be approved, as the company will filter out the applicants before approved.  However, this does mean there’s less competition as they are quite strict, which can mean more money for you.  The company uses an AI search to help match you with your skillset.

Anyone can apply and you get to set the rates.  During the application process, you will be asked to give your resume as well as some writing samples.


Verblio is much stricter than Textbroker, but if you feel you have impeccable grammar and strong research skills, then you may want to consider applying.  You just need to be at least 18+ years old and a U.S. citizen.

Similar to that of Textbroker, you can choose from a pool of jobs across 40 industries, ranging from 300-3,000 words.  Do your research, create the content and then get paid if the client approves the work.  This makes for a great choice if you’re looking for flexibility and don’t want to find the clients yourself like some of the options I mention.

Pay starts at $10.50 for a 300-word post, which is quite good for the freelance marketing space if you’re starting out.


iWriter probably has a worse reputation than Textbroker, but it has some similarities.  For one, you can access the dashboard and accept any jobs you want to complete.  Secondly, most of the top-tier jobs pay an equivalent rate, sometimes much more than that of Textbroker.  iWriter works on a rating system, so the better you are at writing, the higher you can move in the ranks and pay.

The nice thing is that it’s open to all and the application process isn’t as strict as Textbroker.

The only thing I didn’t like, at least when I tried it, was that a client could reject your work for any reason, which makes it quite a gamble to submit work.  Thankfully, iWriter will let you know what kind of client rating they have, as well as their acceptance rate.  This can help cut down on the clients who tend to reject work


WordAgents is almost always on the hunt for content creators who are willing to create search engine optimized content.  They are a pinch stricter than Textbroker, the requirements aren’t too bad.  They just ask that you have high-quality writing skills, you’re able to research as well as work as a team.  You can find out much more as to what’s expected of you via the link below.

The company does ask that you reside either in the United States or Canada and you’re able to complete your work within 24 hours of being assigned.  Newly accepted writers start at $0.03 per word and it rises from there.

This is another option if you want to log in and have work ready right away.

Writer’s Domain

The Writer’s Domain “simple, user-friendly platform lets writers pick up work fast.”  New work is added every day, and much like Textbroker, you can log in at your leisure and start working on projects that sound of interest to you.  There’s no invoicing nor do you have to find the clients.

Projects range anywhere from 400 to 800 words, with payments ranging from $12 to $40.  This pay greatly depends on the project type and the quality.  The higher your rating, the more you can make.

To learn more about the platform as well as how you can apply, refer to the link below.


Upwork is a freelancing site that I have mentioned many times, and the nice thing about it is that it focuses much more than just writing.  Basically, if you can do it online, you can offer your services here.

As one of the biggest freelancing platforms, you will need to set a profile, highlighting your skills and abilities.  This is important as this is what clients will look at if you were to apply for a job.  At Upwork, a client can find your profile and ask you to work or you can apply to openly posted jobs.  This is how most people will find their work.

Be forewarned that Upwork has a lot of competition, so you may find yourself with little work in the begging.  Because of this, you may have to undercut your rates until you build a network and a few ratings on your profile.


Freelancer works in the same exact way as Upwork.  It will be your job to create a profile and then bid on jobs.  While you can wait for people to contact you, it’s going to be tough in the beginning as you won’t have the ratings to prove yourself just yet.

This is another competitive platform, but as you build your ratings and connect with clients, it can pay off in the long haul, so don’t get discouraged in the beginning.

You can bid on up to six projects per month, but anything beyond that will cost you.  There are other fees as well, all of which you can view here.  Signing up, however, is 100% free.

Constant Content

Constant Content is one I have used in the past, but I find it to be much different than the many mentioned here.

Instead of having the work ready on a dashboard, you will be asked to post anything on their platform.  You get to name your price, you get to choose what you want to write and you get to upload whenever you please.

Now, the only downfall is that you have to wait for someone who wants to buy your work, so it’s important to write about something in demand.

As long as you don’t mind writing and waiting, you can easily make more than $0.05 per word, sometimes much more, depending on the topic you’re writing about.


Fiverr is another consideration, but like Freelancer and Upwork, this is quite competitive as well.

With Fiverr, you can create a service and then wait for people to buy from you.  Again, you will need ratings to be high and you will need to be competitive in price.  Once people start buying from you, you may find yourself with more work than you know.

For now, be sure to check out the many fantastic eBooks on Amazon that can help you succeed on the platform.  With a bit of work, you can do much better than you think.  Also, if you like the idea of Fiverr, check out the many alternatives that work just like it.  These alternatives aren’t as popular, but they may bring in potential clients.

Crowd Content

Crowd Content offers two types of ways to make money: either via the freelance marketplace, where you can work directly with hundreds of clients or via the managed client project platform, where you can work on a team, writing “interesting content.”  It’s almost identical to Textbroker, where you can work privately or you can choose from an open pool.

This is another that requires applicants to be of high quality but don’t let it stop you as it’s not as bad as you think as long as your grammar and spelling is spot on.  If they deem your application is of high quality, your rating just won’t be as high as expected.

To start, sign up for an account, start applying to jobs and then wait for approval.  Like Textbroker, you will be rated in the beginning on a one to four-star basis based on your application quality.

Great Content

Since 2001, Great Content has worked with more than 1,000 prominent leading clients, such as Wayfair and Foot Locker, to name a few.

All writers who want to join this platform need to be hand selected as well as be an expert in the field noted, so it’s much harder to get in than that of Textbroker.  Nonetheless, it’s an option.

To sign up, it works like the other sites, where you will be asked to submit an application and then have it screened by the company.  If your work samples fit what they want, then you can get started almost immediately.  The entire process takes about seven days.


Contently is said to be “the best way to maintain an active, creative freelance career.”  They allow to work with top brands on high-quality projects that pay well.

To become a writer, you can join the network by creating a free portfolio that showcases your work.  From there, they help match you with clients that match your skills.

It’s another one that requires a high standard, but it’s one to check out.

ProBlogger is a fairly known blogger who talks about, well, blogging.

The great thing about his site is that he has a relatively busy job board, most of which are legitimate companies that are looking for freelance writers.  Any company you see posted here have to pay a fee, so you know you’re at least working with someone who’s serious.

Similar to that of Upwork, you will have to apply to the job, similar to that of a job posting, and you will have to more likely submit samples and a resume.  It won’t be as easy as Textbroker, but I wanted to mention here as it is a way to find freelance writing jobs, even if you have limited experience.


peopleperhour offers the chance to work as a freelancer for almost any category, including freelance writing.  The only downfall, at least in comparison to Textbroker, is that they are much stricter as to who can use the platform.

The application process is much more thorough and you will need to provide references so that you can become a certified freelancer.  Every application is then reviewed and approved by the moderation team.

Once in, you will have to work at getting clients as they don’t provide the work for you.  So, yes, like Upwork and, you will have to create a profile and either wait for clients to contact you or find projects that suit your skills.


Scripted is said to be the best place for freelance writers.  Why?  They say they have opportunities for both beginners and advanced writers.

The company works with all kinds of clients, paying out more than one million in 2020 alone.  With more than 37+ industries they work in, there’s a topic you can find of interest.

Work whenever you want and instantly accept jobs if a client matches with what you’re able to offer.


This is an online writing service often hiring freelance writers.  Joining is 100% free and you can get paid up to $20 per article written.  Like Textbroker, you get to work whenever you wish and the topics you choose.

If it’s something of interest, refer to the link below to start the application process.  It only takes a minute and it appears they aren’t as strict as the many I mentioned prior.

Final Thoughts

Whether you’re looking for a site like Textbroker or you want to make money online, all of these sites I mentioned are 100% legit and can get you making money in days.  Generally, as long as you can research properly and write with decent grammar/spelling, you shouldn’t have a hard time getting hired.  Just remember that your first few months may be rough without the ratings, but as you work at it, your ratings can go up, as do your connections with clients.

That wraps it up.

As always, check out the many honest guides on this site as well as my YouTube channel.  I continue to add these guides as often as possible to help guide you on the path to wherever it may be.

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Tom Nathaniel

Hi! My name is Tom Nathaniel, and I created LushDollar to help share my honest thoughts on everything money. You won't find gimmicks here. It's the Internet's most honest money site after all. I graduated from Arizona State University, and I have worked in the finance industry since 2006, consulting with multiple Fortune 5000 companies.


  • Hi Tom,

    You have no idea how happy I am to have found you. Your advice is invaluable and saves time in researching the multitude of online companies out there. Thank you. Please continue posting . I’m looking forward to reading more.

  • I wanted to share my experience with Verblio in case there are other nomads like me looking to make money freelancing. Because I live on the road, I can’t always be sure of steady internet access. I travel with 2 different hot spots so I can always get online and get some work done. I had submitted nearly 100 articles to Verblio (it takes a while to get up to the 600 word level and really start selling) and they locked my account for security reasons. When they locked my account I had recently sold a few articles and they kept my earnings. They refuse to answer my queries or respond to my requests. If you’re stationary, Verblio may be a good source of income. If you travel, beware!