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I haven’t been over to textbroker for a while.  There are a few reasons.

#1- I’ve faxed in my w9  and  apparently they didn’t get it. Even though the fax machine said the transmission succeeded and all the other documents I sent that day, to several other companies were received just fine.  I don’t have a fax at my house so I have to drive into town, it’s 50 miles round trip so I’m not in a hurry to gather my documents, my 6 children and either A- pay $3.50 a page at mail and more or B- leave my kids in the car while I fax from a friend’s back office

#2- I applied to be a 5 star writer in May of 2010. I’ve had 4 stars for a really long time.  They put out a “cattle call” for writers who had at least ten 4 star ratings. I didn’t scroll through every page, but on the front page of my history, 49 out of 50 articles were rated as 4 stars (meaning that they lived up to the expected standard of quality)  Some impressed the purchasers so much that they ended up sending in direct orders, even though I raised my direct rate to above the 4 star level.

In applying for five stars, I was told that it would take a while, but honestly I didn’t expect it to take 3 months.

Because every member of our ial team will review your work, it may take some time.  Please continue to submit articles so that we can evaluate you in a timely manner.

So what do you think. Has anyone else had trouble with their evaluation process?

And what’s up with not accepting a w9 by email?  Everyone else does. There’s no logical reason to cause such a drama-of-logistics for a w9.  Honestly, it’s ridiculous.

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August 15th, 2010 |

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Inspired by ‘s report

My goal is to make a fortune every month through residual income and passive income.

Clearly, I have a long way to go.

Residual income comes from articles written in the past.

Each month I devote 4-6 hours of my time, writing articles for revenue-sharing sites that will generate residual income forever.

Each month (theoretically) the income grows while the time commitment stays the same.

Year 1 (no goal)

December 2007 – $3.45

January 2008 – $10.96

February 2008 – $13.99

March 2008 – $17.18

April 2008 – $30.44

May 2008 – $27.18

June 2008 – $26.54

July 2008 – $59.09

August 2008 – $154.50

September 2008 – $132.12

October 2008 – $135.64

November 2008 – $210.16

December 2008 – $160.69

Year 2 (goal $500/mo)

January 2009 – $221.11

February 2009 – $228.69

March 2009 – $380.01

April 2009 – $629.06

May 2009 – $617.81

June 2009 – $629.81

July 2009 – $743.13

August 2009 – $912.39

September 2009 – $975.01

October 2009 – $891.81

November 2009 – $901.88

December 2009 – $642.81

Year 3 goal ($1,000/mo)

January 2010 – $857.34

February 2010 – $696.96

March 2010 – $770.60

April 2010 – $640.34

May 2010 – $539.67

June 2010 – $598.07

July 2010 – $728.88

August 2010 – $819.26

September 2010 – $778.62

October 2010 – $648.01

November 2010 –

December 2010 –

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