Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Produce Compelling Content for Us

We have many writing jobs available for aspiring writers. Take our qualifying exam and get the opportunity to earn as much as you want. Rest assured you’ll receive competitive pay, support from our editorial team, and other incentives.

FAQs FOR WRITERS

LOGIN/ACCOUNT ACTIVATION

The instructions to activate your account will be sent to your email once you completed the sign-up process.

Yes, you can log in to http://beta.paypercontent.net from any computer connected to the Internet.

CREATION

Compelling, informative and enticing enough that the target audience will be encouraged to share on social media.

The article can’t be in a first person point of view. The writer cannot write “I” or “We”. It should be on a second person, by using “you”. Talk to the audience as if you’re having a conversation with someone in the room. Avoid writing in the 3rd person voice – They, Them, He, or She.

  • On the creation window, there’s an instruction tab that includes the keywords, the language to be used and a concise description of the client’s product and service. Create your article using the keyword and the client’s description as your guide.
  • The article need not be keyword centric. Otherwise, it will look like the old school SEO type of writing, which we should avoid.

Not necessarily, but the minimum word count should not be any lower than 500 words.

Send an email to [email protected] and get more details for that specific task. Don’t forget to send the task URL.

The article will go back to the pool. Other writers will have the chance to grab the task and work on it.

If the copied parts are specifics of a product like dimension, size, height, etc. the writer will not be flagged for plagiarism. Plagiarism covers text and wordings copied as is. Admin will automatically remove you from the system for one single instance of proven plagiarism.

Upon creation, the article is queued for editing, which follows a priority system. Depending on the priority, an article may get edited at least within two weeks. If you notice that your article has been pending for more than 30 days, please send an email to [email protected] and give us the task numbers or URL.

There is a drop-down menu on your dashboard. You can filter that to articles that have been approved or pending for review.

If you need more guidance on how to redo your article, please send an email to [email protected] The editors try to be as clear as possible with their instructions, but if you think you need more information, don’t hesitate to send them an email.

TASKING

You can start writing as soon as you have your login details, but not before you go through all the materials available in the Resource Center. After reading the instructions, guidelines, and samples carefully, go to “Home” and you will see the tasks available for grabbing.

No, there’s no limit. You can write as much as you want, provided you are grabbing one task at a time. Grab another task if you have already completed the previous one.
You have eight hours to complete a task from the moment you grabbed it. Once you’re done and have submitted your article successfully, you can immediately grab a new task. If you fail to finish before the deadline, the system will not let you submit or complete the task. It will go back to the Portal Pool for the other writers to work on it. You will NOT be paid for any task that missed the deadline.

After submitting/uploading your content to the Portal, the system will put it in the editing queue. The Editors will review it eventually (within 72 hours at least). If your article is poorly written (not following instructions, plagiarized, poor topic selection, etc.), the Editors will reject the article, and the system will send a notification that your article needs to be rewritten within 24 hours.

Editors always provide feedback whenever they reject an article. Consult our Resource Center for examples of content we approve.

A writer is only allowed seven rejections in a month. The system will notify you of each rejection. However, if after several coaching from the editors and your writing does not improve, you will be deactivated from the system after the 7th rejection.
  • PayPerContent follows a strict deadline. Once the Editor sends back the article for a rewrite, the 24-hour revision deadline will automatically start. If you missed the deadline, the article would be posted again on the task pool, and you will not be paid.
  • Of course, if you’re going on vacation or an extended leave, you may want to inform us beforehand. We’ll take it from there.
  • The system requires either an ARTICLE or a FILE. If the requirement is an ARTICLE, you need to compose your content on the page itself, click the Save button, and click the “Click to Complete” button. 
    If there is a FILE requirement, you need to write your content on a Word document and upload it, then click the “Click to Complete” button.
  • If there is a FILE Requirement, you need to write your content on a Word document and upload it, then click the “Click to Complete” button.

Send an email to [email protected], and we will assist you. Attach a screenshot of the error, the URL of the task, time and date it happened, and the browser you use.

PAYMENT

Writers get paid via PayPal. Payments are sent in every 10th and 25th of the month. All articles created and approved by the editors from the 1st to the 15th of the month will be paid on the 25th of the same month; articles done from the 16th to the 30th/31st will be paid on the 10th of the following month.
The system remembers it. Just the same, it’s always a good idea to have a backup copy of the tasks you wrote. Copy the URLs of the tasks completed and keep them in case there’s a discrepancy with the work credited to you.
The tasks approved by the editors will get paid. Rejected articles will not if you did not rewrite the content.

You rewrite the article within 24 hours. Make sure to follow your editor’s instructions.

The task goes back to the pool after 24 hours for the other writers to grab.
No. In fact, we CAN sue you. Besides, if you’re into copy-pasting, there’s a chance you’re in the wrong business…