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Thread: [Content site] Defy Media (formerly Break Media / Break Studios)

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    [Content site] Defy Media (formerly Break Media / Break Studios)

    Anyone know anything about Break Studios? They sound a lot like Demand Studios. but unlike DS, they don't mention how much they pay for articles.

    Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?

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    Break Studios

    Good question. One blog said $8 per 25 word piece. Not much, but not much to write either.
    Let me know if/ when you learn more. I'll check further.

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    From what I've seen around, it's $8 per 250-750 word artile (or 200-700, depending on the source) and a maximum of five articles per time. Some people report having to go through rewrites to get the keywords right. We're talking about 3 cents a word for 250 words, if my caffeine-deprived math is correct.

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    Merged with Alloy Digital in Oct '13 to become Defy Media: http://www.defymedia.com/.
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