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    Smile Seeking original tutorial writers, paying $5 - $50 per tutorial

    Hello,

    I'm looking for people who can write original tutorials. We pay anywhere from $5 to $50. Check out this link for detailed information: http://www.rosem.com/tutorial/

    We have several active writers and are always looking for more. We are working towards building a very large database of good original tutorials.

    If you have any questions please post them here, send me a message via AIM, or send me an email at ben@idexity.com

    Thanks!

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    $50 is awfully cheap for a tutorial (though significantly more than I got for the freebies I wrote for JavaScriptKit). That said, I'm somewhat interested, particularly if you allow me to write mostly Mozilla-based stuff (which doesn't compete with what WA offers).
    "The first step to confirming there is a bug in someone else's work is confirming there are no bugs in your own."
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    I'm aware that it's not exactly a boatload of money, but it's pretty decent if you’re just looking for some extra cash. As far as I know, I'm the only one actively paying for tutorials, haha.

    I'm interested in any tutorials, float me a message over AIM if you can, it's easier to talk that way.

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    Who owns the content once it's submitted?

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    We own the content once we pay for it, the tutorials we buy need to be exclusive to the respective site.

    Thanks

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    Where's the website with the tutorials?
    :)

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    Is that first link you gave us all the info we're going to need? I'm willing to start writing a tutorial as long as I have all the info I'm going to need and the offer is still open.

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    I'll write you a tutorial if you want - can I have some more information please?

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    Smile i will write you a tutorial

    hi,

    i will write you a tutorial - could i have more information please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dannyhayes
    hi,

    i will write you a tutorial - could i have more information please.
    same with me.

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    Everyone asking for more info... he posted a link in his first post that goes to a page with quite a selection of info on it about what he is after!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ben51959

    Check out this link for detailed information: http://www.rosem.com/tutorial/
    Quote Originally Posted by anarchy3200

    he posted a link in his first post that goes to a page with quite a selection of info on it about what he is after!
    You know, anarchy3200 is right! Just right the tutorial and submit it. There's a submission link at the top that website!

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    i dont think i can do this.
    sorry!

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    Hey Ben,

    I was wondering if you would want any tutorials on making
    graphical games with javascript/dhtml... I remember when i was
    starting out it was virtually impossible to find any. but now i
    know how and i was going to write a tutorial anyway on it so i
    was wondering if your interested.

    a few questions... are you going to buy them from us and sell them
    for more? and if someone does a remarkable one that is 50 pages long,
    interesting, and usfull, they can only get 50 bucks?

    thanks
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