Now that Demand Studio's available titles are down to almost 7,000, I thought I'd share with you a few tips that I use to keep my Work Desk full:
Type keywords in the search box that relates to any type of knowledge you may have. For example, if you like to write about sports don't type in the obvious keywords like baseball, football and soccer. Instead, type in kick, pitch, ball, cleats, etc. Be willing to write about things you don't know much about. The key to writing a good article without a lot of research is to choose titles that are relativity simple. I don't know a lot about costume makeup, but making your kid look like a wolf is pretty simple, so I claimed, wrote and submitted the article. It was accepted without a hitch. Find article titles that can be interpreted into something that you know about.