Working from Home Writing for "Article Document"

Revenue Sharing Articles with a Byline

I've discovered a new website to write for, which I am pretty excited about. It's called Article Document, and here's how it works. You start out writing articles for them that are "revenue sharing," which means you get paid ongoing royalties based on how many views the article gets. The best thing about the revenue sharing posts is that I get a "byline," meaning my name is at the bottom of the article. This will allow me to start a portfolio of my published work, which I can show to potential clients. The revenue sharing probably won't add up to much money unless a post goes viral, but it's only the first step...

Ghost Writing Journalist Articles

Once you have ten articles accepted that are rated a seven or above by Article Document's editors, you get to unlock "journalism" assignments that they pay you for up front. The rate per word for those articles is three to ten cents, which is a lot higher than the 1.4 cents I've been getting while writing for Textbroker.

Stay Tuned for a More Complete Review of Article Document

Right now, I feel like I'm working for free, but it's a means to an end. I won't find out what's behind curtain number two until I get ten articles published. Hopefully, it will be as good as it sounds, so I can start making some real money. Good or bad, I will post an update here in a few days.

Please Help Me Out By Reading My Stuff!

If you get a chance, check out my revenue sharing article about boosting your home's curb appeal. I'm pretty excited about it since they rated it ten out of ten! They've published two of my articles so far, and one is waiting to be looked at by an editor, so hopefully that's three down, seven to go...


  1. Article documents keep a lot of importance themselves. content writing is not an easy job. Writer must be qualitative.


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