The Proofreading Site That’s Made Me Over $100 So Far!

Do you consider yourself to have a good grasp of English grammar/flow and have an eye for spotting typos? Are you on the computer quite a lot?

Well, hello there! *waves*

I’ve been doing proofreading work that’s been making me some part-time income. I briefly mentioned it here.

So far, as of 26th July ’14, I’ve made $113.12. (started in early June)

(Update: Jul ’16: as you can imagine, I’ve made much more than that since.)

I have a post (password protected) that goes into detail about the site including screenshots, proof of payments received, and tips.

If you’d like to access the post, please send a PayPal payment of $3.00 to me (at) getpaidtofart (dot) com, then email me for the password.

I have to reiterate: because it’s proofreading/light editing, your English has to be pretty good. If you’re not confident that it is, please don’t waste your money.

If you’re interested and feel you’re qualified, what you’ll be paying for is:

– the information/knowledge I’m sharing about the site.

– the time I put into writing it (over 1500 words) and putting screenshots together.

– further support I can offer you if the site accepts you.

What you are not paying for is:

– a guarantee that you’ll be accepted by the site when you apply. I cannot guarantee that.


The information shared in this post is unique…

I’m yet to come across a write-up about the site, or indeed one from a user’s perspective.

If you have questions, please leave a comment below.


Peace and pizza…

Miss Eb.


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