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Monthly archive: 31 2009

Why a Blog, Why Now?

A reader of this blog recently asked why we started now, when it seems that there are no orders. I’ve also been getting e-mails asking about our current situation. I’d like to address both of these points in this post.

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The Road To Success Is Paved With Realistic Goals – And Persistence

In her previous post, meaghan explained how sheI ran across Textbroker in the first place. After over a year of unemployment, she realized that Textbroker held real potential for earning a full time income. In this post, she outlines how she tested her theory – and ended up proving its validity.

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Goodbye Unemployment, Hello Textbroker

Nearly a year after losing her job, Meaghan began hearing about websites where you could not only share your writing with others – but get paid to do so. Here's her story on how to get paid to write with Textbroker.

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Blog House Rules

This blog is a forum on While the blog is meant as an open and honest exchange of ideas and opinions, certain standards are necessary. When in our house, we ask you to play by our rules.

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