Legally known as " Writing Jobs Online", this new website will request your name, email, and your consent to receive job opportunities. Let's start with their new ads that have been recently published on Craigslist. (see screenshots below.)
The website presently looks like this:
Once you click on the "We're Hiring/ Apppy Now" option, you are lead to a screen that requests your name and email address. After hitting the submit button, you will see a message similar to the one displayed below.
Be not deceived... you WILL hear from them immediately through their strategic sales funnel. The email will ask you to verify your email address, welcome you to their company, promise to contact to request writing samples, and such. Next, you will receive an email within 60 seconds, welcoming you to their website, prompting you to click the invitation link, and here we go.....
Welcome to Writing Jobs Online. Smh (Shaking my head). The same disingenuous company that feeds freelance consumers empty promises on a dirty dish.
Many of the resources/ job listings that you will find on their website (once you begin the paid trial version) are available for FREE on many platforms, such as RWJ, Indeed, ProBlogger, Craigslist, and so on... :)
We do not recommend paying for a trial version just to receive outdated job listings and resources that you can find on the web for free (on your own).
However, sign up at your OWN RISK. We warned you...
Yes, indeed. He makes some thought-worthy points in the company's defense.
Unfortunately, he fails to see the fake reviews on the website and the commission-based marketing that they advertise for people to promote this pyramid scheme of sorts.
Their mailing address: 6030 Santo Road #420794, San Diego, CA 92124 USA Creative Online Writing website
WELL, CAN YOU ORDER CONTENT FROM THEM AS A BUSINESS?
As of date, there is no way to order SEO content, as advertised. Upon clicking the "SEO ORDER CONTENT" button, you will find that they have prices for ordering content, but no way to place an order or contact them. So, I had to visit their "CONTACT" page. Never received that email as promised....
Is Creative Online Writing a "scam"? It certainly is not worth the money you must pay to receive job listings and eBooks.
What are your experiences and thoughts, Remote Writers?