Absolutely.I am super tempted to write for ListVerse but the competition is just too tough. And when you get rejected, the time you wasted won't be compensated. That's the major drawback for me and why I'm still not trying for it.
I'm glad to hear that you where paid, the upgrade issue still makes me feel a little uneasy but I will try to give them a try. The rate isn't very high $2 is not much for a good article.From that list, I've only tried iWriter. The site is fairly easy to use and has some jobs available most of the time. I like that the admin is quite easy to talk to and replies instantly. You can easily move from one level to another, as long as you provide great quality articles. My advice? Do not accept clients that have less than a 60% acceptance rate. Do not ever plagiarise and research your topics very well. Do not spend so much time on a 2 dollar article.
Yeah, it's quite easy to level up but there is that option of paying to upgrade your account. And for me, that kind of defeats the purpose of working for a company. On the other hand, when you choose to upgrade, they would still rate your articles before they can increase your ranking. I'd have to agree that the pay is quite low and that is why I didn't stay in that site. Imagine, working almost 3 hours for just 2 dollars? Surely, that isn't quite worth it.I'm glad to hear that you where paid, the upgrade issue still makes me feel a little uneasy but I will try to give them a try. The rate isn't very high $2 is not much for a good article.