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Make up to $200 Monthly Writing Summary and Analysis

by Sam Awa Web Developer and Freelance Writer
A careful search online will prove that there are various ways of making money on the internet. Some of these ways are taking online surveys, blogging, referral program, freelance writing, start your own website, online trading, etc. Personally, I've tried some of these methods and I've discovered that the best among them is freelance writing.

However, some of the major problems of many freelance writers are: how to find a good freelance company that accepts members from all the world; how to get a writing jobs regularly and how to get paid.

Over the years, I've made thorough research that I got across a site that answers the above questions. You can pay you up to $200 monthly writing summaries and analysis for them. The amount you can make per week or per month depend entirely on how many summaries ad analyses you can write. They pay you via PayPal or Electronic Wire Transfer (EWT).

It doesn't matter which part of the world you reside because they accept membership from all parts of the world. There is no academic qualification except the ability to write error free summaries and analyses on any poem, play or novel which you have read.

Our vision in Afrinotes is to publish summaries and analysis of all the literary works written by Africans—prose, poetry and drama. We can never do this alone! Whether you read English Literature in college or not, you can earn a living writing summaries and analysis for us. Whether you are writing full-time or part-time, you can make up to $100 weekly writing for us!

Before you write, do a simple search by typing the title of the work or topic on the site to see if they are not already published. If summary and analysis have been written on that work, pick up another work and search again. If there is no publication on it, you can write on it and send it to us for evaluation and publication.

We strongly advise that you have read the play, poem or novel you want to write on thoroughly enough to summarize and analyze it. What we need is thorough and in-depth critical analyses which can be cited as reference material; not just a snippet or synopsis that can be found all over the Internet.

As a professional, take time to research your subject and do justice to it! Don’t just write info that’s available on Wikipedia pages. If there is a Wikipedia page on your topic, try and look for citation sources at the bottom of the page. Google Books and Google Scholar are also good places for research. However, the best place to source for original ideas is published books.



Source: https://afrinotes.net/write-for-us/

Our vision in Afrinotes is to publish summaries and analysis of all the literary works written by Africans—prose, poetry and drama. We can never do this alone! Whether you read English Literature in college or not, you can earn a living writing summaries and analysis for us. Whether you are writing full-time or part-time, you can make up to $100 weekly writing for us!

Before you write, do a simple search by typing the title of the work or topic on the site to see if they are not already published. If summary and analysis have been written on that work, pick up another work and search again. If there is no publication on it, you can write on it and send it to us for evaluation and publication.

We strongly advise that you have read the play, poem or novel you want to write on thoroughly enough to summarize and analyze it. What we need is thorough and in-depth critical analyses which can be cited as reference material; not just a snippet or synopsis that can be found all over the Internet.

As a professional, take time to research your subject and do justice to it! Don’t just write info that’s available on Wikipedia pages. If there is a Wikipedia page on your topic, try and look for citation sources at the bottom of the page. Google Books and Google Scholar are also good places for research. However, the best place to source for original ideas is published books.



Source: https://afrinotes.net/write-for-us/

Our vision in Afrinotes is to publish summaries and analysis of all the literary works written by Africans—prose, poetry and drama. We can never do this alone! Whether you read English Literature in college or not, you can earn a living writing summaries and analysis for us. Whether you are writing full-time or part-time, you can make up to $100 weekly writing for us!

Before you write, do a simple search by typing the title of the work or topic on the site to see if they are not already published. If summary and analysis have been written on that work, pick up another work and search again. If there is no publication on it, you can write on it and send it to us for evaluation and publication.

We strongly advise that you have read the play, poem or novel you want to write on thoroughly enough to summarize and analyze it. What we need is thorough and in-depth critical analyses which can be cited as reference material; not just a snippet or synopsis that can be found all over the Internet.

As a professional, take time to research your subject and do justice to it! Don’t just write info that’s available on Wikipedia pages. If there is a Wikipedia page on your topic, try and look for citation sources at the bottom of the page. Google Books and Google Scholar are also good places for research. However, the best place to source for original ideas is published books.



Source: https://afrinotes.net/write-for-us/

Our vision in Afrinotes is to publish summaries and analysis of all the literary works written by Africans—prose, poetry and drama. We can never do this alone! Whether you read English Literature in college or not, you can earn a living writing summaries and analysis for us. Whether you are writing full-time or part-time, you can make up to $100 weekly writing for us!

Before you write, do a simple search by typing the title of the work or topic on the site to see if they are not already published. If summary and analysis have been written on that work, pick up another work and search again. If there is no publication on it, you can write on it and send it to us for evaluation and publication.

We strongly advise that you have read the play, poem or novel you want to write on thoroughly enough to summarize and analyze it. What we need is thorough and in-depth critical analyses which can be cited as reference material; not just a snippet or synopsis that can be found all over the Internet.

As a professional, take time to research your subject and do justice to it! Don’t just write info that’s available on Wikipedia pages. If there is a Wikipedia page on your topic, try and look for citation sources at the bottom of the page. Google Books and Google Scholar are also good places for research. However, the best place to source for original ideas is published books.



Source: https://afrinotes.net/write-for-us/


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About Sam Awa Innovator   Web Developer and Freelance Writer

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Created on May 5th 2020 05:59. Viewed 804 times.

Comments

Advertise Free @FreePromoNinja Innovator  Passive Residual Income Earner
There are actually contest online that giveaway money globally for winners of its writing contest (can be photos and videos as well)
May 5th 2020 06:32   
Akbar A. Committed   teacher
can one write on movies ?
May 5th 2020 07:39   
Advertise Free @FreePromoNinja Innovator  Passive Residual Income Earner
anything that they think can win, as long as its sfw and not hate or political
May 5th 2020 09:04   
gautamsingh Cage Junior  postcage
your article must be beneficry and useful good job
May 5th 2020 16:24   
Mark B. Senior  Internet Marketer
Thanks for the info.
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