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  1. debapriyaC 11. Mar, 2010 at 9:33 pm #

    I write in the “Business and Jobs” blog. My bit of suggestion is that if you can add some tool via which we can see no of views of every topic then we can understand what kind of topic is mostly viewed. Beside that if you can give half yearly prizes like “Best blog writer” or “Best Topic” or other such categories, it will act as motivation or incentive for bloggers to write more. Also allow the writers the option to add suitable / suggestive image for the blogs that they write. Also for each blog if a medium is available for the writers of that blog to have interactive discussions and chats, then it will en courage better topics for that site. This much for now. Will surely come up with new feedback, if any, soon.

    Current score: 19

  2. admin 12. Mar, 2010 at 6:31 am #

    Hello Debapriya,

    I guess, you haven’t read the above details. You haven’t talked about anything we have asked for.

    Thanls

    Current score: 6

  3. rashmi 12. Mar, 2010 at 6:58 am #

    I have been with ayushveda for a short while and i have received my first payment promptly and so now i am motivated to write more. My views on it is that its a great platform for freelancers to make money with lot of flexibility and freedom.

    Current score: 6

  4. hjagwani 12. Mar, 2010 at 4:03 pm #

    Ayushveda is an awesome platform for me considering it gives me the flexibility to work anytime, anwhere, I want with absolutely no restriction at all. God bless this site, as it has proved to be my knight in shining armour. My baby is very small and it was impossible for me to leave him and go for work. Ayushveda has been a boon to mothers like me who want to earn decent amount, and at same time take care of heir little bundle of joy as well.

    P:S:::Thanks Ayushveda …….keep up the good work

    Current score: 8

  5. ivy1000 13. Mar, 2010 at 3:09 pm #

    Ayushveda gives flexibility, variety and freedom in terms of the writing scope, topics and time . It is a great platform for budding writers. As far as the payment scene is concerned, I am yet to find that out :) !

    Current score: 3

  6. sayanti.das 13. Mar, 2010 at 4:42 pm #

    hey,

    ayushveda is an excellent opportunity to make money as much as u want at your own convenient time n leisure….personally, am fond of such sites where there’s flexibility to wrk and earn enough as well.. unfortunately i couldnt be a very effective writer till date coz of some urgent and important issues that cropped up this month… i have recently joined the company and only few of my articles are up but i promise to be active and regular writer from april onwards. there will be some wind up cases that have to be fixed this month for me to get back. hopefully you would bear with me for this month.

    How do you rate our freelance service?

    5/0 – coz its one of the best sources for developing and growing in ur own way.

    Write about your Experience with us, Payment Structure, Quality of Sites,

    The Freedom to Work Anywhere, Anytime,

    ans: ayushveda is extremely flexible and thats what appeals me to most…very active and co operative with newletters and instructions . however, am yet to recev any payment . therefore will comment only after getting it .

    The Income you have Earned from us, Sites you are working on,

    Ans: yet to recev

    Your Current Company & Job Profile, Your City,

    ans: GSL, technical writer, kolkata

    The Opportunity you have got

    ans: to explore vareity of topics to write on.

    Current score: 1

  7. ruthdprabhu 13. Mar, 2010 at 5:24 pm #

    Hi, I am from Bangalore and switched to the freelancing line with the birth of my daughter. I was amazed when I came across the Ayushveda website as I honestly did not believe that such freelancing opportunities existed in India. The range of work is interesting and ensures that you can always switch between topics that so that there is no monotony. The payscale is good and the payment mode clear and prompt.

    I have earned a sizable amount so far and am looking forward to increasing the amount of work I submit. I am basically an online content writer and largely work from home. I appreciate the flexibility in work because it allows me to be in my line of work and also look after my daughter.

    Current score: 3

  8. suvajyoti 13. Mar, 2010 at 5:56 pm #

    I used to be an account specialist in HSBC, I lost my job during the recession and since then Ive found no one except for Ayushveda.com who provided me with an opportunity to write for them. I am very great full that now I have a good source of income, I am looking forward to work with Ayushveda.com for as long as required.

    Greetings to all the other writers!!

    Current score: 3

  9. Dharmendra 13. Mar, 2010 at 6:10 pm #

    Well, working with Ayushveda is what makes me free from every kind of politics, manipulation and favourasim spread in other companies. I have been with it for more than 1-year and throughout this tenure, I have never felt like doing any kind of freelance work as the so-called freelancing is handled in such as disciplined way that you never feel discarded.

    I wish my all the best wishes to this company and its sites. And as a final note i would just say; United we stand and united we fall.

    Current score: 0

  10. sonal_sg 13. Mar, 2010 at 6:24 pm #

    Hi There,

    I am Sonal Gupta a PR professional. I am kind of new to Ayushveda and believe yo u me guys, working with such a big team, no matter if that be like a freelancer only, but it makes me feel like a part of the organisation. The support from the team and the various work opportunities to work from home makes me the head of my operations in my field. For the first time in my entire work ex of almost 6 years, i get to work for somebody where in i work according myself,with flexible work timings and no restrictions. As it has been just 3 days working with AYUSHVEDA, i m working on diet, fashion and skin care and soon would be covering other sites too and i m sure that the experience would be great. I do not know how long is it going to be, but i really wish to work with the organisation for long and till the time my mind stops working on anything. Thanks….

    Current score: 2

  11. ridhirajpal 13. Mar, 2010 at 6:40 pm #

    Hi,

    My name is Ridhi, and I am currently working with around 4 sites of Ayushveda – Fitness, Fashion, Technology and Travel. Before this, I used to work on the Entertainment Blog too.

    At all times, I have received good support from the team, and there has never been any problem with the payments. Anytime I am not working and am away from work, the team has welcomed me back and in a lot of cases the previous payments have been transferred to the next fortnight slot (when I do not meet the minimum requirement of 2500).

    Right now I am a student in Delhi, and earning around 5000-6000 every 15 days from Ayushveda gives me industry experience as well as extra pocket money!

    My only suggestion is that the minimum limit of 2500 (for payments) should be removed and changed to maybe 1500. I agree that the reason why a minimum limit is chosen is because you want to see which writers are actually serious and regular. But sometimes, a lower limit writer should also be allowed to get his/her pay.

    The service is very good, and the freedom to right from anywhere and earn as much money as you want is awesome!

    Current score: 8

  12. munmun das 13. Mar, 2010 at 6:47 pm #

    hi,
    my name is munmun das, a new writer working with Ayushveda. so, far the experience is very good and healthy. I am regularly writing articles on 5 blogs. I am happy with the whole process as Ayushveda offers extensive scope and space for experimentation hugely required for the creative professions. I definitely want to continue with Ayushveda for its high profile professionalism and working procedures.

    Current score: 2

  13. arpita 14. Mar, 2010 at 5:24 am #

    It has been more than a year that I’ve been working with Ayushveda. I am currently working on 2 sites – us.ayushveda and natural-homeremedies.org. The sheer freedom to work without bothering about strict schedules has attracted me towards freelance writing. Besides earning a decent income, the opportunity to learn new things is perhaps the key attraction of working with Ayushveda.

    Current score: 2

  14. Bimal Preet 14. Mar, 2010 at 5:40 am #

    Hi, my name is Bimal and i have been associated with Ayushveda since June-July 2008. It has been a great journey so far, including a few speed breakers. I write for Green Herbal Remedies Blog.

    People actually tell me how helpful they find the blog and i feel great the way Ayushveda has made it so presentable. The key words are entered and on the first page itself the blog appears. Amazing!

    The cheryy to the cake is the opportunity to work from anywhere, anytime. I am a struggling screenplay writer. Because of this i have to travel to Delhi, Mumbai; my current city being Banglore. Ayushveda has provided me with the finances that are much needed to survive in big cities. I am basically from Chandigarh.

    There has never been a delay in the payment. Also, many a times i am unable to reach 2500 by the end of 15 days. Yet, Ayushveda has been extremely supportive.

    Being with Ayushveda has been a blessing to me.

    Current score: 2

  15. blossom 14. Mar, 2010 at 5:59 am #

    Hi everyone,

    I’m Blossom, a trainer in Mumbai, and I’ve been working with Ayushveda for almost a year. Even though lately I haven’t been regular with submissions, Ayushveda has always given me opportunities to write. The feedback I receive, and the help and support through newsletters has been positive and encouraging.

    I have recently started writing for travel.i.hub and my initial experience of writing for us.ayushveda was rewarding and enriching in terms of creative satisfaction as well as monetary benefits. The freedom to work on my own schedule is what I needed and Ayushveda made it possible.

    I do however feel that the minimum payment limit of Rs. 2500 should be reduced slightly. I believe that the sites present a good platform to learn and grow as a writer.

    Enjoy writing!

    Current score: 2

  16. arnab12004 14. Mar, 2010 at 6:49 am #

    HI My journey with Ayushveda has just began..I am very satisfied with the system which is effective and hassle free.Also my fellow writers are great and one can learn a lot by following their articles.It is a great platform to combine my passion into a profession.My only suggestion is that the minimum payout of Rs. 2500 should be decreased to 1500 as some of the writers have said earlier.Thanks

    Current score: 3

  17. aanchal 14. Mar, 2010 at 6:59 am #

    hello!

    It is simply wonderfull to be working with such a huge team of writers. Ayushveda is a great platform to showcase oyur writing skills and that too with ease and conviniene. Iam yet to receive my first payment but the whole experience is just great. The various blogs gives me an opportunity to diversify and freedom to choose my area of interest.

    Thanks to ayushveda, it has provided me with just the right kind of job, the one I was looking for!

    Current score: 2

  18. shubhashish 14. Mar, 2010 at 7:26 am #

    Hi,

    I am Shubhashish Biswas. I have been associated with Ayushveda for the last seven months. I have been contributing my articles to StudyDiscussions, the education portal administered by Ayushveda.

    As a freelance content writer, I have professional commitment towards other organizations, as well. However, the kind of work satisfaction that I get here is found nowhere else. It is a privilege for me to work for an organization like Ayushveda.

    To judge an organization, a brief association can be enough. My association with Ayushveda transcends over seven months. It is a period that can bear testimony to all the pros and cons associated with the organization. I feel elevated to admit that my association with Ayushveda has been quite fruitful at every front, be it payment, word count or flexible work pattern.

    I have been extended support from the management of Ayushveda whenever I needed any. Sometimes back, I had grave problems related to the selection of proper keywords for my articles. I almost struggled with it. It would give me much pain seeing many of my articles trashed.

    I am happy that team Ayushveda came to my rescue and I settled all the scores related to proper selection of keywords. Now, it is smooth sailing, again.

    All the projects administered by Ayushveda are excellent. Topics included in each project are unique and the quality of articles is exemplary.

    One feature that makes Ayushveda really admirable is that it gives freedom to work from anywhere. Its new payment structure serves as fresh breath for the writers and sets new market trend.

    What gives Ayusheveda a cutting edge over contemporary organizations is its helpful management. Team members from management are there to help sort out any problem faced by a writer.

    These features combine to make Ayushveda a growing and expanding organization. Sometime I wonder at myself why I do not shift my entire professional devotion to Ayushveda instead of working for other organizations as well. I hope it would soon be a reality and I would stop wondering over it.

    Shubhashish Biswas

    Current score: 1

  19. shelleychugh 14. Mar, 2010 at 10:06 am #

    I have been working with Ayushveda for quite some time now, roughly seven months, give or take a couple of weeks. It has been a pleasent journey till now, with payments being made as and when asked. Writing for Ayushveda has helped in brushing up on my writing skills.

    I have been welcomed by the organisation, everytime I have taken a leave from writing. If I was absent with no submissions I would also recieve an email asking me about the reasons, if any, which is a genuinely nice touch.

    My suggestions for people running the show, is to be a little more courteous. I have and am working with other companies on free lance basis, not in a writer’s capacity, and have found the skills of poilteness slightly lacking in the firm.

    Another suggestion is as has been suggested by another writer is to reduce the minimum amount for payment to be made. This would make it easier for the writer, if he or she is requires to take a leave of absence.

    I am writing for almost all the blogs for Ayushveda these days and am enjoying the option of writing for all the blogs that has been extended by the company.
    Looking forward to working more with the company in the coming days.

    Current score: 1

  20. soumitra chakraborty 14. Mar, 2010 at 6:10 pm #

    Hello Everybuddy,

    It has been rather fun to work for Ayushveda, I have been working for this company for the past 1 year and i can boldly say that its a great place for the budding freelancers. I am buried with gratitude that Mr Saahil mehta has given me a chance to write for his sites. Even now after the work has been open to everyone, i recommend many friends to join the group.

    Regards
    Soumitra Chakraborty

    Current score: 4

  21. Ajit.Vibhandik 15. Mar, 2010 at 3:51 am #

    Hello. I have very recently joined the Ayushveda Group and I am looking forward to write for it. Since I was on a break, I have not worked exclusively to write with it. However I will start my journey now. Its a wonderful platform for new beginners and I really look forward to be a part of this great team, which is loaded with full of opportunities for freelancers.

    Current score: 0

  22. sumer 15. Mar, 2010 at 4:15 am #

    I have been working with ayushveda for a long time. I am highly satisfied with the experince of writing for ayushveda, whether it be in terms of work or payment . I really enjoy my work and highly appreciate the motivation that is given to me from time to time by the ayushveda team to work harder and earn more. I have a small daughter of only four months old. Working with ayushveda has granted me a great opportunity to be independant, while looking after my child at home. The freedom to work anytime, anywhere and as much as possible is really a very special feature of ayushveda, which I highly appreciate.

    Current score: 0

  23. prita6 15. Mar, 2010 at 6:24 am #

    My name is Preetha and I have done my masters in biochemistry. I am looking at writing for Ayushveda alongside working at my lab. Since I am passionate about writing, this opportunity appears like providing me with an interesting and fun way to make the extra bucks! I am impressed with the professionalism and transparency with which Ayushveda operates. Ayushveda, apart from being an income source, provides writers a platform to showcase their talent. For your articles to be selected, posted, and read by an audience is a great experience in itself. Good going, Ayushveda!!

    Current score: 0

  24. nidhi.c 15. Mar, 2010 at 6:44 am #

    I am working with Ayushveda since a year now; it provides great expediency and platform to writers. The pattern of work is highly flexible in nature. You get to choose from various topics and sites. It’s a good opportunity for any writer to work with this company.

    Ayushveda provides absolute suppleness to all the writers, who have an aspirant dream for creative writing. Being on freelance basis, topics can be selected and written on one’s suitability.

    The payments made by Ayushveda are swift and on timely basis. I feel privileged to be associated with a company like Ayushveda. And, intend to look for long-term alliance with the company.

    Keep up the good work.

    Current score: 0

  25. Radi 15. Mar, 2010 at 7:54 am #

    Hi, i have been with ayushveda for a short while but I am loving the flexibility and freedom given here. My family members are currently working in different cities, so I am especially loving the flexibility. Its amazing to be able to work and at the same time not be restricted to any particular place. I was new to this type of writing in the beginning, so it took some time for me to learn the new skills. But thats why working with Ayushveda was great, cause you can manage your personal time. I am looking froward to submitting a lot more in March and April.

    Current score: 1

  26. Pankti Doshi 15. Mar, 2010 at 11:48 am #

    well i m still new to ayushveda as still i have not received my first payment as not reached 2500 till now.

    otherwise the support till now is good

    Current score: 0

  27. sanjay 15. Mar, 2010 at 11:51 am #

    Hi,
    I have been working with this site for last 2 years and have been with this site since its first posting. Right now I am working regularly for 5 sites and also post at 2 other sites. I had also worked on 3 sites before. I am listing all 10 sites where I have either worked or am still posting.

    http://www.ladyzona.comwww.girlishh.com
    http://www.ayushveda.com/magazine
    http://www.ayushveda.com/dietfitness
    http://www.ayushveda.com/mens-magazine
    http://www.ayurvediccure.com/health
    http://www.bodybuildingtipsguide.com/blog
    http://www.clickforhowto.com
    http://www.findtipson.com
    http://www.consultation.ayurvediccure.com

    I have also worked on other projects. I like working with this great website and felt proud when the site got Red Herring Asia 2009 Award. I love the freedom given to me in picking the titles. I like the fact that I got every possible help and guidance from Mr Sahil Mehta on why certain topics are rejected and what measures should be taken to get quality articles. I have never had any problems with payment and found Mr Mehta cooperative in explaining to me the best way to handle things.

    I know some writers may think that the pay per article is lesser as compared to market rates offered in some other places but the fact that here you can submit larger number of articles works in your favour. Also the rates of articles have also kept pace with inflation and have risen from 50 rupees to 85 rupees for me and rates can even rise to 95 rupees per article if you submit more articles as per the recent increment plan.

    I found the quality of sites very good and thats the reason the site was awarded Red Herring Asia 2009 Award, a feat which is very rare. I have been working full time on this site, sometimes averaging 15 hours per day. I work hard to ensure that quality of articles match the quality of site.

    I wish this site best of luck and would like to invite more writers to join the team as here you can post from anywhere, anytime without worrying about the formalities of full time jobs.

    Current score: 4

  28. shelleychugh 15. Mar, 2010 at 12:08 pm #

    I have been working with Ayushveda for quite some time now, roughly seven months, give or take a couple of weeks. It has been a pleasent journey till now, with payments being made as and when asked. Writing for Ayushveda has helped in brushing up on my writing skills.

    I have been welcomed by the organisation, everytime I have taken a leave from writing. If I was absent with no submissions I would also recieve an email asking me about the reasons, if any, which is a genuinely nice touch.

    My suggestions for people running the show, is to be a little more courteous. I have and am working with other companies on free lance basis, not in a writer’s capacity, and have found the skills of poilteness slightly lacking in the firm.

    Another suggestion is as has been suggested by another writer is to reduce the minimum amount for payment to be made. This would make it easier for the writer, if he or she is requires to take a leave of absence.

    I am writing for almost all the blogs for Ayushveda these days and am enjoying the option of writing for all the blogs that has been extended by the company.
    Looking forward to working more with the company in the coming days

    Current score: 7

  29. poojakaushal 15. Mar, 2010 at 12:19 pm #

    Hi Everybody,

    My name is Pooja Kaushal and I am working on four sites – travel, fitness, diet, and pregnancy.

    I had given up my job with a reputed e-learning company to take care of my son. Though at home full time and satisfied that I was with my son I still wanted to work. For a long time I had been looking for a job that would give freedom to work at my times. Ayushveda was an answer to this. I am thankful to Ayushveda for giving me an opportunity to work.

    I have submitted articles for the sites but they could not meet the minimum requirements to claim my remuneration. I still would like to continue posting articles on Ayushveda and will be able to submitting many more articles.

    Thanking the Ayushveda team,

    Pooja.

    Current score: 1

  30. enthuanubha 15. Mar, 2010 at 12:19 pm #

    I haven’t completed a month with Ayushveda but I am very satisfied with the kind of freedom that the company gives its writers. There is no topic/subject that one is forced to write on and there is no time period given for submitting articles. Stay-at-home moms like me will find it extremely comfortable to work in their own time and speed. the kind of flexibility offered by Ayushveda is indeed unique.
    Since I am yet to complete a month, my reimbursement is still pending. However, I have been reading about the prompt payment methods of Ayushveda. Hence I am pretty relaxed that I will not be taken for a ride.

    I have posted articles on almost all the blogs. But I greatly enjoy contributing for the fashion blog. And as I write I learn more myself. Since I have M.Phil degree in literature, Ayushveda has given me a platform to hone my writing skills and also getting paid for it. Someone has rightly remarked that we are earning while learning.

    I have to confess that I am a little disappointed in terms of communication with Ayushveda team. Despite my sending mails asking them about a certain URL, I haven’t recieved a response even after two weeks. As a result I am unable to post articles for that particular site. I hope this will be taken care of.

    I wish Ayushveda a great innings and hope to have a long association with the company.

    Current score: 0

  31. aparnaganguli 15. Mar, 2010 at 12:28 pm #

    Hello friends,

    I love writing for Ayushveda because it gives me the space I need for being a freelancer. I am not rushed and I can choose the topics on my own and I can write at my own hours. I get to research on various topics and that satiates my zeal to learn more as a writer. I love the way this company is growing with its novel ideas every month to involve the writers and thus build an awesome network of writers. I love the concept of newsletters and the review site. The payment is always on time. I get to learn each day and being with Ayushveda I have known much in the last two years. Ayushveda is something I thrive on and I tend to move towards perfection by and by.

    Belonging to the Ayushveda Network feels good!

    Current score: 2

  32. ritamehta 15. Mar, 2010 at 12:36 pm #

    I am Rita Mehta, a house wife. I have been writing since March 2009 for goodeveningworld.com, one of the websites run by Ayushveda Informatics. I receive the payment in time. There has never been any problem with the payment. The writers enjoy flexibility and freedom to choose topics. Payment terms are also flexible. You can get your payment monthly or fortnightly. My suggestion is that there should be a system of transferring the payment through online account, so that writers get their payment early. Depositing cheque in the account takes considerable time in clearing. Looking forward to work with Ayushveda for a long time to come.

    Current score: 4

  33. aditi 15. Mar, 2010 at 12:37 pm #

    My experience with Ayushveda is a completely new one. I say a new one because for other organizations I have to write on a topic selected by somebody else. The topics were not always of my interest and I wrote them because I had to write them.

    Here at Ayushveda I can choose my own topic and work at my own speed. This is of immense help to me as I have to do the job after taking care of my child and the whole family. I should say that it is the ideal job suited for mothers who want to earn something decent on their own but without compromising the care for their children. Here I do not have to spend sleepless nights to meet deadlines.

    The payment system is good because till date I did not have any problem getting the payment on time. But what rattles me is the billing for which I needed help. But that is because I am always a bit slow in commerce, accounting and finance. But now I am getting used to it. Hopefully I will get more accustomed with it.

    About the quality of the contents, I think it is alright and quite lucid and a variety of subjects are covered.

    I am with Ayushveda for quite some time. I joined Ayushveda even before it emerged in its new, improved avatar. My real point of excitement is that now I am getting more topics to write on. Ayushveda was flexible, but now it has become more flexible and exciting.

    Current score: 1

  34. Rakesh Kumar Lakshman 15. Mar, 2010 at 1:06 pm #

    Boon For The Freelancers

    I am new to Ayushveda. I have just completed a month, yet I feel that Ayshveda is a boon for freelance writers. There are many good things about this site; some of them can be mentioned as follows: 1) The best thing about it is that it gives you the option to choose your own topic. 2) There is no deadline for you. So while you are writing any article, you can leave in between and attend any unexpected task then again resume your writing work. 3) The administrator keeps guiding you through his newsletters regarding any updates. 4) It payment is on time. 5) The articles posted on this site are very useful even for other writers. 6) Its team members are ready to help you through mail if you have any doubt or query. I have mailed queries 2-3 times and got useful guidelines. 7) The process of posting the articles is very easy. 8) But can we edit after the article get published? I am not sure and was about to ask the admin; meanwhile I got this tool, so I can ask my query through this feedback tool also.

    There are numerous other good points of this site and the people related with it, such as you get the credit for writing the article. Though there are a few other sites, who credit your name, but most of the sites do not credit the authors’ name. So this is a big advantage of writing here.

    However, I am confused about the rejection process of the articles and the way writers were informed earlier. But after the bog of rejected articles, it has become nice.

    Hope this site grows and allows us to write as long as we wish.

    R K Laxman

    Current score: 0

  35. Bhawna Satsangi 15. Mar, 2010 at 1:18 pm #

    Hi,

    I am Bhawna and have joined Ayushveda this month. In few days only I have found my space to write articles for couple of blogs of my interest. I believe that my first instinct with Ayushveda prove to be fruitful.

    Current score: 0

  36. pullanikkat 15. Mar, 2010 at 2:00 pm #

    Hello,

    Blogging is my passion, I had been into this domain of content writing for websites for more than an year, but let me put it very clearly, Ayushveda stands second to none in terms of work flexibility. I would rate Ayushveda 9 out of 10 in terms of work flexibility. The quality of the content posted is above standards compared to some competing websites. Quality content rich pages, thats how I would define these blogs. The payment structure too draws applause as it is designed to reward the right candidate to the best. The more I work, the more I get paid. I am happy to say that I could earn a handful by working with Ayushveda.
    I try to bring maximum possible quality in terms of content as well as creativity on my blogs though that demands some extra effort at many times. I am pursuing my MBA, specialized in Marketing and Systems and that opens up new ideas and business news to be converted as blogs at Ayushveda. I was working as a Senior Design & Development Engineer at a leading embedded solution provider in India. My interests in technology and most modern gadgets coupled with my know how on computers helps me to write for the technology blog. Thanks to Ayushveda for this excellent opportunity where I can earn while I learn. Cheers!!

    Ajith Pullanikkat

    Current score: 1

  37. mutts 15. Mar, 2010 at 2:10 pm #

    Ayushveda, Thanks for giving me the platform to start writing .I started writing from this month that is March 10. The freedom of choosing the topics is really great as there’s no bindings which I cherish the most . I’m keen about the quality feedback hence improvement is possible . Looking ahead to be with Ayushveda !!!!!

    Current score: 0

  38. kornika 15. Mar, 2010 at 2:20 pm #

    Thanks for giving me this opportunity. I have been posting blogs on beauty and health for over 6 months now and find the experience extremely enjoyable. I particularly apreciate the timely payments as well as the flex timing provided to me.
    Thanks yet again

    Current score: 0

  39. deepti 15. Mar, 2010 at 2:30 pm #

    Hello Ayushveda Team
    You have provided a very good platform for mothers like me, who have taken long break from work. Unlike other writers I can’t write too many articles per day. So iam looking at a pay of 6-8k per month only. This I think I can reasonably make by writing 3-4 articles per day with my busy schedule at home. It also means that 1-2 years from now when I rejoin my work, I can still continue writing.

    I liked your concept of having a portal for content writing. Years of working in an IT company I was too used with living my life using a portal. And it was a good bonus to see a portal for work-from-home job too. This also shows that you as the provider of content writing are also taking your work seriously.
    One suggestion here if all the individual sites (fashion, tech, business, money, study, pregnancy etc) can be put in one portal for the writers, then it would have been smooth for us. And it would require only one signing up process. And after entering the portal we can select our areas of writing.

    Also, replies to queries from writers could be made better with more friendly & respectful tone.

    Iam hoping this one isn’t too much wishful thinking: If the trash folder in the site could be re-named differently like “more editing required folder something” it could be more motivating. For rejection reasons as simple as “words less than 350″ which doesnt have any impact on the quality of writing, if an artilce is thrown in trash, it de-motivates a lot. May be after repeated editing, if an article doesnt improve, throwing it in trash looks more deserving. Also if the reasons for rejection can be shown in the same site it would be great.

    Additionally the colour combination in the businessihub website makes it impossible for the names of the categories to be seen by the public.

    All these are my suggestions, may be iam wrong, but I just wanted to be true to my comments.

    Most important of all, even if you dont take any of our suggestions, rarely ask for a feedback or write the rudest of all mails, we will still love you for giving us this opportunity to work from home :)

    Thanks team

    Keep up the good work

    Regards

    Deepti

    Current score: 1

  40. umananda 15. Mar, 2010 at 3:10 pm #

    Hi All,

    I’m Umananda and I have associated with Ayushveda for about a month. I love writing for Ayushveda as it gives me the opportunity to exercise my liberties as a freelancer. Writing on my choice of topic from anywhere and at any time is something which I never had in my freelancing experience so far. I have been writing the sites on pregnancy and skin care. And yes writing for Ayushveda has been a satisfying experience.

    Current score: 0

  41. sauni12 15. Mar, 2010 at 3:35 pm #

    Well…..I am totally new to the family of Ayushveda content writers and have started working recently, but i am enjoying the flexibility that Ayushveda has given me….and as for the payments i am yet to find out :)

    Current score: 0

  42. admin 15. Mar, 2010 at 9:11 pm #

    i am loving the comments.. I am waiting for comments from other writers as we have a hugeeeee team..

    Current score: 0

  43. nishtha 15. Mar, 2010 at 10:14 pm #

    Hi Team,

    I would like to appreciate Ayushveda team for coming up with this forum which clearly illustrates, that they value their freelance writers just like their regular employees. This aspect is rarely demonstrated by employers towards the freelance workers.
    To start with, I am Nishtha and have been working as a freelance content writer from five years. I have ample experience of writing in almost every field, blogs and articles being my speciality areas.
    My tryst with Ayushveda started almost eight months ago and the journey has been a pleasent one. My expereince with freelance industry has taught me that the writers are taken casually and the customer is the priority and always right!!. However, here, I have never felt this and the staff has always been understanding and cooperating. The genuine reasons are always taken in a right spirit and the required support is always provided.
    The freedom to work has glued me to Ayushveda. I would also like to come up with a suggestion which is a question at the same time for the admin. I hope I have the liberty to ask the same at this forum.
    “I currently write for two sites which were assigned to me, however, one is not of specific interest to me and I feel I can write more if I get another category to write on. I want to know Is there any procedure to change the site as I sincerely feel that I will write more if I have the site of my interest and expertise”.

    Looking forward to the reply.

    Thanks and Proud to be associated to Ayushveda!

    Nishtha

    Current score: 1

  44. shreyanka 15. Mar, 2010 at 10:28 pm #

    Hello ridhi,
    I agree with you at the point that the minimum limit should be reduced to 1500. however, the fortnight payment is a new kind. I have worked with sites before as well and they haven’t offered me such bi-weekly payments. I am happy to be a part of the Ayushveda Team. I am currently working with a site wherein I write on a varied range of categories. Cheers.

    Current score: 2

  45. neha 15. Mar, 2010 at 10:33 pm #

    Hi. I am Neha and I have been working for the Spice Diva Magazine of Ayushveda for more than one and a half years. The journey with Ayushveda has been a fulfilling one where I have got both professional and financial satisfaction. Ayushveda gave me the space to express my creativity and looking back at my journey, I feel proud to see more than 1500 of my written articles been published online. I personally like the payment structure of Ayushveda as the amount of money you earn is totally in your hands- the more you write, the more you earn. As a suggestion, having bi-annual increments in per article rate will be like an icing on the cake :)

    Current score: 2

  46. suparnacr 15. Mar, 2010 at 10:44 pm #

    I have been with Ayushveda for a short while now, its been really good working and writing articles on whichever topic i choose to. Leaving home is impossible for me as i have small children to look after. Its a great way to pursue my career and look after my kids. However i am yet to receive payment for my February work, as i managed to write barely 10 articles and am not supposed to email the payment department for earnings below Rs. 2500. I would request Ayushveda Management to review this and pay the writers whatever they have earned in each cycle. Working without receiving payment can be a bit frustrating. Though i am seriously trying to submit more.

    Current score: 0

  47. Rakesh Kumar Lakshman 15. Mar, 2010 at 11:00 pm #

    Hi Nishita!
    I think you can not face the limitation of topics anymore because Ayushveda & its team are giving you facilities to write on any sites of your choice.
    Plz. write your problem to Mr. Sahil Mehta. He is very helpful and may solve your problem so that you can write for various sites. Because when I was facing one problem (very big problem); he understood my problem and solved it.
    Though I am new to Ayushveda, I can guide you this much only.
    Best of Luck!!
    Rakesh Kumar Lakshman

    Current score: 0

  48. aarshi 15. Mar, 2010 at 11:09 pm #

    Hello,

    This is aarshi from the blog “health”.

    It is really nice working with Ayushveda. Of course flexibility of time and choosing articles give writers more priviledge to work independently.
    I have few suggestion which might be helpful for many writers like me.Kindly make minimum payment Rs.1500 instead of Rs 2500 that will definitely gear up motivation. Moreover, kindly try to publish articles on the same date or kindly try to publish weekend articles as well so that writers can gauge their target for the next day.

    It is really pleasure working with Ayushveda. I hope to join more blogs in near future apart from the blog I am writing for.

    Current score: 0

  49. subho 15. Mar, 2010 at 11:23 pm #

    I am associated with Ayushveda since August last year and I must admit that this has been a wonderful association. I have always wanted to become a writer and I am thankful to Ayushveda for providing me with the platform. The payment structure is good. The quality of the sites are good though I feel http://www.ayushveda.com/blogs/pets needs a revamp and the articles that we submit takes a bit of time to get uploaded. I am from Kolkata and I hope my association with Ayushveda will belong and fruitful. Thank you for the prompt payments and special thanks to Sahil for giving me the opportunity to become a writer.

    Current score: 0

  50. fathima 15. Mar, 2010 at 11:44 pm #

    Hi Everyone! I am Fathima Fairoze Abubakr and I have been writing for Ayushveda for nearly a year now. I have got to admit it: Ayushveda is quite different than the other so called companies out there which promise you something and then just dont stick to it.

    After my delivery in 2007, I had to stop working to take care of my daughter. My mother in law is a heart patient and the mere thought of leaving her alone frightened me as well. As Zeenath (my daughter) grew, my hopes of ever returning to work started decreasing. I was not inclined towards the idea of leaving my baby in a day care center all day long or having an in house maid to take care of them until I returned.

    I started searching the internet for online jobs. Almost all of them turned out to be scams or mere money pullers. I started writing for a concern on a weekly basis but was not at all satisfied with the terms and conditions they put forward. In addition to writing about 15 articles a day, I was paid a meagre amount as payment for my work.

    And then, I chanced upon Ayushveda. I submitted two sample articles and kept my fingers crossed, hoping for some good news. Two weeks later, I received a mail stating that I had been selected to write for the organization. And thus started my bond with this incredible concern.

    Writing for Ayushveda has enabled me to take care of my family and earn some money in my free time as well. Besides honing my writing skills, I can actually write on something I know about or like, rather than having been forced to write about something I dont have any idea about.

    I will have to admit that I was a bit apprehensive about my first payment previous experiences had me scared). But when I received it without any issues, I realized I had finally found someone I could trust, someone who recognized my potential as a writer and someone who appreciated my work. The last point I realized when I got a mail from them stating that my pay cycle had been increased barely a month after joining the company.

    I will definitely continue working for Ayushveda and would also recommend the site to all those who want to work from home. The pay rate is good, there are plenty of topics to write on and you definitely dont need to stick to any kind of deadline whatsoever. Write what you want and when you want! That’s how i see Ayushveda and I feel others see it the same way as well.

    I read a few reviews that have already been posted here and feel that almost all the necessary suggestions have already been made. However, there is one point I would like to suggest here and hope the firm takes it into consideration.

    The new increment plans were mailed to all writers I presume. I noticed that after the 5 article per day plan, the next plan was for 10 articles or more per day. Surely, there are a lot of writers who can submit anywhere between 6 to 9 articles a day. It would be really helpful if you could come up with some kind of plan to cater to these writers.

    Other than this small request, I dont see any other issues with the concern. Hats of to you Ayushveda for coming up with a brilliant endeavour. You are a silver lining in a dark cloud for many stay at home mothers out there, including me!!!!!!

    Current score: 5

  51. editor7 16. Mar, 2010 at 4:58 am #

    Hi… My name is Rachel and I have been working with Ayushveda since 2008. It has been a pleasant journey and I feel really proud to be part of the Ayushveda family. I have worked on different projects related to bodybuilding, health & fitness, depression, beauty etc. Presently I am working on a health site by Ayushveda called ayurvediccure.com

    In the past few years my husband’s job kept us moving in and out of various cities. This kept me from opting for a full time job in an office and I was desperately looking for a good freelance job which would enable me to work at my pace from home. Thanks to Ayushveda… it was the perfect platform for someone like me.

    Writing for Ayushveda has made me discover a whole new treasure of knowledge and everyday is a unique learning experience. I must say that Ayushveda has not only given me the opportunity to earn by working from home or anywhere else but has also offered a rather flexible work structure. In addition to this the Ayushveda team keeps giving valuable suggestions and is always there to help in every way.

    The revised payment structure is also quite cool and has paved way for writers like me to earn more money by working from home. They are quite punctual when it comes to making payments and all is well taken care of.

    The quality of all the sites developed by Ayushveda meets very high standards. I would rate Ayushveda 9 on a score card of 10. The methodologies, work culture and freedom that is given to all the writers by Ayushveda is not only significant for their personal development but also helps groom them into great professionals with time.

    My best wishes are with Ayushveda and I hope to grow along with the Company.

    Current score: 4

  52. sumit_beniwal 16. Mar, 2010 at 8:55 am #

    Hello my name is Sumit Beniwal, I have been working with ayushveda for more than one and half year. Overall, it’s been a great experience working with ayushveda. There hasn’t been any problem regarding the payment, all the payments are made in due time. This shows that ayushveda is committed to reciprocate the hard work of its writers.I used to earn 6000-7000 per month but my submission rate has gone down a little due some personal reasons. I am looking forward to write more articles in the coming months.

    I am working for technotalks and technologyihub as I am more inclined towards new technology. My work with ayushveda has increased my knowledge about latest technology. Moreover, it provides me with the freedom of working whenever I want.

    Current score: 0

  53. anjana.mariposa 16. Mar, 2010 at 10:29 am #

    Hi to all..Its been almost a month I am contributing to the treasure of Ayushveda articles …and now it has become my passion. I wake with ideas of article’s topics and go to bed submitting articles for preview. I hope with passing time i will surely take this work for full time and contribute more and more. I am proud to be part of Ayushveda writers team.

    Current score: 0

  54. satya 16. Mar, 2010 at 11:14 am #

    Ayushveda is like a blessing in disguise for people like me who would love to balance the home and work front. I’m happy with the flexibility offered by the site and the professionalism with which it is managed.

    I’ve been working for the home remedies blog for over 5 months now and I’m truly satisfied. Im looking forward to working for other the company’s other projects as well in the near future.

    Current score: 0

  55. Roby 16. Mar, 2010 at 3:46 pm #

    Hi! This is Roby.

    Regarding my experience with Ayushveda, well….it’s been a pleasant journey so far with the personal enocuragement and guidance of Mr. Sahil. When I started writing for studydiscussions.com (sometime around June last year), I was comparatively a novice in the field of freelance writing, without having any knowledge about ‘Google keyword tool’, ‘Google wonder wheel’ etc. So working with Ayushveda was, till this moment, a ‘learning + earning’ experience for me. I’ll give 9/10 rating for my work experience with this firm.

    Regarding Payment Structure, I’ll give 10/10 as company makes regular payment. I think fortnightly payment interval is definitely beneficial for most of the regular and serious writers.

    For Quality of Sites, my rating is 8/10

    The Freedom to Work Anywhere, Anytime – here also I would like to give 10/10 as there are no strings attached to working with Ayushveda. Writer has been given complete freedom of choice.

    The Income you have Earned from us : Since earning potential is unlimited, i.e. it is completely depending on the potential of the writer, a writer can earn as much as he/she wants depending on his/her financial situation and writing potential. This flexibility in earning that Ayushveda offers is quite remarkable. In my case earning varied from the minimum of 2500 INR to the level of 15000 INR during my tenure with this firm

    Sites you are working on : I am currently working on http://www.studydiscussions.com.

    Your Current Company & Job Profile, Your City : Working with http://www.agrihortico.com as consultant in Delhi

    The Opportunity you have got : Overall I must say I have got a good opportunity to learn and understand the exciting field of online journalism with Ayushveda. My sincere Thanks ….

    The Freedom to Earn more and more without any limitation : Already explained under ‘The Freedom to Work Anywhere, Anytime’

    Overall, I give a rating of 9/10 to this company as I have never come across such a professionally managed online company which makes a special point to send out personal communications/correspondence to all its freelance writers, thus making them feel wanted and encouraged. Credit goes to Mr. Sahil. Thanks very much for giving me this opportunity to work with Ayushveda. I know there is a lot to learn and am eagerly awaiting all new initiatives from Ayushveda. ALL THE BEST for all its ventures – Roby

    Current score: 2

  56. shreyanka 16. Mar, 2010 at 4:31 pm #

    Ayushveda lets me breathe an air of freedom as a freelancer. I am thoroughly enjoying my journey with ayushveda and i wish to work with the team for many more successful years. The money I earn not only gives me a feeling of independence but also helps me support my family.

    Current score: 0

  57. admin 16. Mar, 2010 at 5:31 pm #

    Hello Subho,

    As you know, we made some losses by working on some of these blogs. So we created a new ihub network. At present, we are not seeing any scope in the pets section. You are free to join any other blogs in the network. We do update the pets section regularly and we will come up with some good plans in 1-3 months.

    Current score: 1

  58. admin 16. Mar, 2010 at 5:32 pm #

    Thanks Fathima for the nice feedback.

    I will keep your suggestion in mind and will think of launching an increment plan for 7-8 articles a day.

    Current score: 1

  59. admin 16. Mar, 2010 at 5:40 pm #

    Hello Deepti,

    Thanks for your feedback.

    We cannot put all sites in 1 portal. It is a different business model and doesn’t work in this current scenario. However, we will be launching such a site this year. Secondly regarding replies, i do understand … but please understand that sometimes i have to personally answer to questions and around 100 writers are active in this network who keep posting emails regarding rejection or any other help. So to accommodate that we launched a freelancer blog as well which informs them about the rejections.

    Next, trash folder cannot be renamed as it is not our custom built software. It is WordPress, open source software. You should be glad that they are not deleted and out in a trash folder. We are not ready to compromise in our guidelines. You have to strictly follow them. So 350 words + is also one of the guidelines which you need to follow. Further you are getting updated in real time with the reason for rejection. So you can easily edit it and send it for review.

    In businessihub, i really don’t know how it is coming on your computer. May be you should take a screenshot and mark and send it to me. I can easily see categories in black color and grey background.. Really a nice site design according to me.. If you sign up for gravatar, you picture also comes on right.. see http://www.businessihub.com/india-the-most-attractive-destination-for-outsourcing/

    Current score: 2

  60. admin 16. Mar, 2010 at 5:46 pm #

    I love this comment.. Thankss

    Current score: 0

  61. rakaraghu 16. Mar, 2010 at 5:49 pm #

    Hello everybody,
    I am Raka Raghuvanshi and am very new to Ayushveda family of writers. Although I am not even 1 month old (started writing frm 6 March,2010),but have already started loving my job.Everyday is new day for me and the thought of writing articles excites me,which was not the case in my last 5yrs of job experience.This job not only helps to learn and earn but also removes monotony of work.

    I have done MBA (Mktg) and was into business development and marketing.But after my daughter’s birth ,I had to give up my career .Because I believed in bringing up my baby as my resposibility rather than leaving her on maids. However,there was something which I was always missing,my career. Ayushveda has given me the oppurtunity to fullfill my professional aspirations . That too with flexibility in timing,work from anywhere option and choosing our own topics is a boon in disguise for people like us.It not only allows us to write with free mind but also on our areas of interest. I believe this helps to increase the quality of work .Till date I have written on sites like–businesshub,pregnancyhub,diethub.

    Regarding salary,I am yet to receive it but am sure will be a satisfied and have no complaints as other writers.

    I feel proud to be associated with Ayushveda !!

    Current score: 0

  62. admin 16. Mar, 2010 at 5:52 pm #

    Some writers think that the Rs 2500 slab should be reduced to Rs 1500.. But you are forgetting 1 thing.. this slab is fortnightly.. It means if after 14 days you do not earn Rs 2500, you don’t get paid and money is carry forward.. If you talk about monthly… I am sure everyone reaches Rs 2500 ( close to $50).. So these writers should claim monthly payments.

    Further, i think if a person cannot earn Rs 2500 a month from our network, he/she should not be doing this job for money.. I want that on an average a writer should earn between Rs 5000- Rs 10000 a month or more…

    So instead of reducing the targets.. achieve for more..

    Current score: 2

  63. divyasharma 16. Mar, 2010 at 6:58 pm #

    I am a new writer, just joined the community. Well I like the concept of working from home with the liberty on time. Hence choose Ayushveda. Dont have much to put in. But thanks for the opportunity. Looking forward to a long term relationship.

    Also just a suggestion. All though your email support system is good. We can have a telecom support system as well. You can limit the working hours to social time, but it feels better, easier and content to speak to someone instead of mailing.At least for the new joinees. Rest is superb….Thanks again.

    Current score: 0

  64. Toolika 16. Mar, 2010 at 8:22 pm #

    Hello everybody…Well…..I am totally new to the Ayushveda family of content writers and have started working from feb 2010, but i am enjoying the flexibility that Ayushveda has given me to work from anywhere and at anytime…..regarding payment i still have to find out…currently i am working for following sites:

    http://www.TechnologyiHub.com,
    http://www.SkinCareiHub.com,
    http://www.FitnessiHub.com,
    http://www.FashioniHub.com.

    Current score: 1

  65. diana 16. Mar, 2010 at 9:01 pm #

    I am working with Ayushveda for the last 8-9 months. The experience has truly been rewarding as I got an opportunity to write across varied domains and topics. The payments have always been on time. Ayushveda is a great platform for writers like me for have been forced to take a sabbatical from work due to family reasons to stay in touch with their writing and editing skills.

    My suggestion for the Ayushveda team would be a faster response to the e-mail queries that we writers send in and also if the payment of Rs. 2500 can be brought down to Rs 1500/ per month that would be great.

    Current score: 0

  66. florencemarian 16. Mar, 2010 at 9:08 pm #

    Hi ,
    I am Florence Marian just a month old to have joined the great team of Ayushveda.It is a sheer joy to be a freelancer writing at your own space and time.It is a boon to work from home and have the the flexibility to balance both home and work.I have penned articles for dietihub, fashionihub, studyihub, businessihub, fitnessihub.we are at liberty to write on any topic which allows freedom of expression that’s something I truly cherish .This platform of exploring our innate talent of writing on topic which interests us,is truly commendable. To have my cup of tea while at work is something I enjoy thoroughly. I thank Ayushveda for that and thanks to the friendly admin Mr Sahil Mehta,who has been there to guide and motivate right from the start.I had no idea that working from home could help one to earn to this extent with benefit of being at home. My Son is scheduled for his final exams shortly, after which I plan to expand my contributions to Ayushveda substantially. I am proud to be associated with Ayushveda ,thanks once again

    Current score: 0

  67. goodwriter 16. Mar, 2010 at 9:52 pm #

    Hello Everybody,
    I am a freelance writer and have been working for various domestic and off-shore clients in services for content writing, academic writing, reviews, etc. First of all, I would like to thank Ayushveda to provide such a platform to writers like us.Its really exciting me to work for Ayushveda as I am happy that I have got a long term work to keep myself occupied permanently. I have not reached my minimum payout level hence I cannot comment much on payments. But I am sure that the payment system will be excellent. Ayushveda provides me the freedom to write on any topic through its blogs and sites. You have the option to earn unlimited earnings here. I am sure I will have all successes while working with Ayushveda.

    Thanks a lot and Best of luck to Ayushveda.

    Current score: 0

  68. Pooja Gill 17. Mar, 2010 at 11:07 am #

    hi
    I have been working with Ayushveda since last 6 month and Ayushveda has helped me find an identity a a writer. I am a mother of three year old and was never a professional writer. The aspect of Financial freedom has also been taught to me by Ayushveda. I must say, this company has a really flexible mode as you can choose what you want to write. The payment schedule is also great as they pay twice a month and if one works really hard, he/she can surely get a good deal of money out of simple writing work.
    My only suggestion would be that, the payment should be done through online transfer so that th whole payment process gets fastened up.
    Thanks

    Current score: 8

  69. Esther Gideon 17. Mar, 2010 at 6:33 pm #

    Hi, I am Esther and have been with Ayushveda for just over a month. To be very honest this is the best work from home job I have personally come across. I have been ghostwriting for over two to three years, done technical writing but believe me nothing like this. I am very glad I came across this opportunity and hope to contribute actively in the days to come. Its really nice to write on topics of your choice at your own pace, a freedom you never get elsewhere. Managing home and kids, guess this opening is wonderful, Thanks Ayushveda and thanks Sahil, hope to contribute much more to all your sites and look forward to a long lasting relationship.

    Current score: 0

  70. archana 17. Mar, 2010 at 7:05 pm #

    Hi,
    I am writing for Health blog on Ayushveda for last few months. I have not been regular due to some personal reasons. Now, I will be regular as I have overcome my problems. Dispite of irregularity, I have got support and Guidlines throughout from the site. thanks a lot. Hopefully , my irregularity in past will not affect the payment. I am keen to continue with the site. Now, I am also interest in writing on different subjects also. waiting for details of new sites and blogs launched by you.

    Current score: 0

  71. shweta 17. Mar, 2010 at 8:47 pm #

    I am a technical writer from Bangalore, it has been a great experience working with ayushveda since August 2009.

    The best part what I really like about ayushveda is ‘flexibility; as couple of times when I went out of the country, I still submitted article without any hassle and
    of course, ‘promptness in payment’ is really appreciating.

    I am extremely thankful to Ayushvada as well as Mr Sahil for giving opportunity to so many content writers to showcase their writing skills thorugh this website,

    I genuinely admire the company’s professional attitude and working with Ayushvada is highly satisfying.

    I would love to contribute to the website as long as possible

    As far as suggestions are concerned, well, I am thoroughly satisfied with the company’s attitude and policies.

    Current score: 1

  72. admin 17. Mar, 2010 at 10:09 pm #

    Hello Pooja..

    Online bank transfers means i wold have to do it myself as i cannot give the account details to any employee… So that’s why this option is feasible

    However, it should not matter as if you give ank details, the amount gets processed by bank in 2-4 working days. In case of Axis bank, it takes a day.

    Thank you

    Current score: 2

  73. Babitha Balakrishnan 18. Mar, 2010 at 2:21 pm #

    I am new writer on board with 3 articles published till date. Its a pleasure seeing your article with a byline. Happy that Ayushveda is providing a great platform for budding writers. The flexible options, topic selection freedom and wordcount limit is also worth an applause. Since I am new to the site, I am too young to comment on the policies and payment promptness of the company.But after reading the reviews I feel it is great.

    Current score: 2

  74. Paramita 18. Mar, 2010 at 6:46 pm #

    Hello Everyone,

    I think this is great platform to know more about Ayushveda and the people associated with group. I am new member of the family (joined in February). I am very happy and glad that I took the decision. Basically I am working as a project manager in a publishing industry. I really have passion to write but couldn’t get any opportunity to explore this field. I am not an excellent writer but the instructions and methodologies opted by Ayushveda is so clear that it actually helped me a lot in my writing. Although lot of people had already said so much that I don’t really have to much to say. To sum up it up, I can say that Ayushveda is doing a commendable work. Keep up the good job. I couldn’t think of any feedback for now; though I definitely like to come back and talk more in this forum.

    Best Wishes,
    Paramita

    Current score: 2

  75. ashima.bhatnagar 18. Mar, 2010 at 10:25 pm #

    Hello Everyone,

    My name is Ashima Bhatnagar

    I have been working with Ayushveda since last 8 months and believe me I have been lucky to get associated with such a wonderful company that is fast becoming boon to freelance writers.

    Through Ayushveda , I have been able to grasp the unexplored creativities in the field of content writing. In the beginning, I was not able to adjust to the working style of ayushveda but with appropriate guidance and prompt response to the queries by the ayushveda team has the made this process of writing more than interesting.

    In all I have written for 5 websites, i.e. http://www.ayurvediccure.com/health
    , http://www.findtipson.com, iamindepression.com/blog, skincareihub.com, successwithblogs.com.

    The best part about writing for ayushveda is the degree of flexibility it provides to its freelance writers in terms of amount of submission and its frequency. As a writer, many times i have not been able to submit articles for longer duration but Iam glad that ayushveda understood the problem time and again and provided me with several opportunities. Moreover, Iam now fully aware of the several tools related to content writing that has surely helped me in growing as a professional writer.

    I would also like to applaud the feedback system started by ayushveda on twitter with which freelance writers can know about the reasons for their article rejection and improvise on their mistakes.

    In addition to it, there’s no dearth of subjects to write on which gets supplemented by the regular yet unique additions to the constant flow of projects.

    Ayushveda needs to be commended on the increment plan it has introduced for its freelance writers which helps them to earn regualr income.

    At last, kudos to Mr. Sahil Mehta for spearheading such a unique and innovative company.

    Cheers!

    Current score: 10

  76. poonamrajani 19. Mar, 2010 at 7:53 pm #

    Hello Everyone,

    My name is Poonam Rajani and I am a fairly new member of the Ayushveda family as I have joined in the first week of March, 2010 only.

    Though I have not written a lot of articles till now because of some personal issues, the punctuality of response from the Ayushveda team on my queries and the speed of publication of my articles has amazed me.

    I chose to become a home maker after I gave birth to my daughter, who is now an active one year old, as there was no one else to take care of her. Though running after my little daughter is a full time job, I was still searching for something to do in my free time when I came to know about Ayushveda. I was delighted to find an opportunity in the writing field as have always been passionate about it.

    There was a little apprehension at first as I could not believe that a company with such friendly environment and easy working options could exist and not be a scam. But my doubts soon vanished and I am really happy that I have joined the Ayushveda freelancers network.

    I have not yet written enough articles to get my first paycheck, but the variety of subjects available will soon take care of it. Regular mails from Mr. Sahil Mehta are very encouraging and helpful.

    Thank you for creating this wonderful opportunity!!

    Current score: 3

  77. sudipa 19. Mar, 2010 at 10:00 pm #

    Hi,

    I am completely new here, but couldn’t resist my self from writing something. I had heard about Ayushveda 7 months back from my friends who are working here- and I finally decided to join the team. Thankfully Ayushveda has selected me!

    The best thing I like here is complete freedom..I just love to change sites and keep writing…this helps to keep the mood of writing I never got this opportunity earlier – no boss over my head, no one sending me topics, no one bothering me for deadlines..its something I never experienced before. I love the newsletters being sent – makes me feel a part of the team, it builds a sense of belonging – its very personalized approach. Everything is so very transparent and professional. Nothing hidden or suspicious – even why my article is being rejected is being explained so well.

    I am not worried about my payment – I know this is a genuine company. Fortnightly payment is the best feature which many writers will agree!

    I just hope the company reaches newer heights in the coming days….and special Thanx to Mr Sahil, for giving Freelance content writing such a huge platform and making it happen!

    Current score: 2

  78. mutts 20. Mar, 2010 at 3:27 pm #

    Hello Sir,

    Thanks for giving oppoortunity to write on various new topics. I need to know whats the average rate of the articles that are published in the respective sites. Even some sites like Businesssihub.com,technologyihub.com have some extra allotments , please clearify that.

    I am very thankful to Ayushveda for providing such wonderful platform .

    Regards
    Shubhra Mutt

    Current score: 0

  79. ritu 22. Mar, 2010 at 2:46 pm #

    Hello!

    I have written a few articles for Ayushveda, for the site TraveloDestination, and have throughly enjoyed the experience of seeing all of my articles on the highlighted segment.

    I wish Ayushveda could recognize the different quality levels of writing than the apparent quantity that its in-house writers bring in to the community sites. I think it would be very encouraging if caliber writers could write few but refined articles and be appropriately remunerated.

    Having said this, I am very happy to be associated with Ayushveda and its entire team. Iwould specially congratulate Mr. Sahil for making all efforts to encourage its team members, with an efficient system of feedback and updation.

    I look forward to my first paycheque!

    Warm Regards
    Ritu

    Current score: 1

  80. aanchal 25. Mar, 2010 at 10:02 pm #

    Hello again

    I had thought I would leave my next review after I receive my first cheque but this is taking really very long…i clained for it on the 16th but I havent yet received it. Reading the earlier reviews made me think that I would rather receive my payment on time as others said they had but I guess I would have a rather different experience. I tried to ask the HR team as well but there replies are too brief and unclear.

    Current score: 0

  81. Rakesh Kumar Lakshman 25. Mar, 2010 at 10:51 pm #

    Hello Aanchal,
    Don’t worry! Have patience!!
    They would definitely pay you.
    Though the proceedure takes some time, but rest assured; you will receive your payment.
    When I had submitted my bill, I too had expected to get the payment soon, but I got after 7-8 days (Payment for 15 days).
    The people behind this site, especially Mr. Sahil are too good in making payment. They are transparent which proves their honesty.
    Though I have received payment only once, my personal judgement is that you will not be cheated here in terms of payments!!
    Have patience!!

    Current score: 0

  82. sauni12 29. Mar, 2010 at 10:28 pm #

    Hi Riddhi,

    even i agree with your suggestion to reduce the limit to 1500. I really enjoy writing for ayushveda, but as i got married recently i cannot find much time right now. it will make things easier for me as well if the lower limit is reduced to some extent. the lower limit writers should be taken into consideration and given a chance to earn.

    Current score: 0

  83. Meera M.Das 04. Apr, 2010 at 7:01 pm #

    Hi All,

    I am Meera.

    I am one of the latest members to Ayushveda and so far my experience here has been really really good. Its my first ever attempt to write for a website too and from what i’ve heard I’m pretty sure the members at Ayushveda are vry helpful and will guide me through.

    The best thing I liked about Ayushveda is the variety of topics that one can write on. Each day of mine starts with planning what new topics to write on and end with editing and submitting my articles for preview. Seeing a published article is very satisfying i must add..:)

    I have to increase the number of article submission per day but I’m sure I’l get there soon.

    One doubt i hve is how much do newbies like me get paid per article?.. i was told its mentioned in the first mail that was send to me.. but my first mail only had a link to this website and the only think mentioned there was “flat fee payment for 350-400 words article” . It would be really nice if someone would help me out with this…

    Happy writing..

    Cheers,
    Meera

    Current score: 0

  84. Pooja Gill 07. Apr, 2010 at 1:03 pm #

    hi
    This time i had provided Axis bank details for payment and I recevied the payment within a day. Thanks for the suggestion.

    Current score: 0

  85. admin 08. Apr, 2010 at 8:59 pm #

    Hello Aanchal,

    Did you received your payment?

    I don’t know what payment method you had opted for?

    If by bank, it only takes 2-4 working days

    Courier may take up to 7 working days depending on your location.

    Current score: 0

  86. Rakesh Kumar Lakshman 09. Apr, 2010 at 3:13 pm #

    Dear Sir,

    Thank you for your newsletter.
    You are giving nice opportunity for full time writers.
    However, I will miss the increased rates due to the deadlines.

    I wish I could earn more from your sites. I congratulate Sanjay Soni for his high earnings!

    For a few days I tried to write more articles but even after writing for whole day I could not write more than 10 articles.
    Hope I will increase my speed in near future.

    Wish you all the best for CLIENT WORK!

    R K Lakshman

    Current score: 0

  87. rama10 10. Apr, 2010 at 2:04 pm #

    Hi. I would like to work for client work. I have contributed articles on the fashion and beauty section of ayushveda blogs with rama as my username.

    Current score: 0

  88. anjana.mariposa 10. Apr, 2010 at 3:32 pm #

    Here comes third month with Ayushveda and I am joining more and more sites to write. I started with businessihub & travelihub but now writing for study, fashion, skin etc. This is not only platform to make money by flexible writing hours, but it’s a knowledge gain, induce writer to do more and more research, study for quality articles. The moment any of my article falls in popular post I am motivated to write quality and unique articles, useful for readers. I am dying to write for http://www.autoihub.com/ which had been my field of work for quite some time. Hope launch takes place soon.

    Current score: 0

  89. suparnacr 11. Apr, 2010 at 10:28 pm #

    Hi there,

    Ayushveda is definitely a good platform for new moms like me who gave up their career to look after their babies. I have been with the team for the last one and a half months and yes i have written around 30 articles but that does not add up to 2500 so i’m yet to receive any kind of payment. It is not that i am not serious or i don’t want that money its just that being a mom of 2 small children keeps me very preoccupied. I work on the ihub sites and love the freedom to write on a wide variety of subjects but i sincerely would request you to lower the bar to 1500, it acts as an incentive to ramp up my output. Keep up the good work and thanks for making me a part of it

    Current score: 0

  90. mutts 11. Apr, 2010 at 11:26 pm #

    Dear Sir,

    I’m thankful to Ayushveda for the opportunity. I recieved my payment which is quite motivating. I’m very keen to be the part of ClientWork. Looking forward for the opportunitinies .

    Ayushveda is really a strong platform for the beginner’s like me .

    Thank You Ayushveda!!!

    Regards

    Current score: 0

  91. vijayaraj 12. Apr, 2010 at 12:33 am #

    Hi,
    Many thanks for your regular newsletters. they are really useful for the information they give us in terms of development on the company front. I have started writing just a month back and the experience has been wonderful. Ayushveda stands out among the crowd of content writing sites because of the fact that you are allowed to chose your own topics and write at your own leisure, 2 things that a freelance writer wont find any where else. You can therefore use the knowledge of your expertise in any field to write articles. Constant feedbacks are quite motivational and helpful. I have made up my mind to devote more time to this wonderful site and make best use of the opportunities that they are providing to a writer.
    Thanks Sahil. Please keep up the wonderful work that you are doing.

    Regards,

    Vijayaraj Mukundan

    Current score: 0

  92. ivy1000 12. Apr, 2010 at 3:16 pm #

    I really appreciate Ayushveda’ s effort in bringing up the ideas and problems faced by the budding writers. Generally, it is the reader who comments. But this is a great thing to give the writers such a frank platform.

    Current score: 0

  93. sumer 12. Apr, 2010 at 4:11 pm #

    I really appreciate the newletters that are being posted to me from time to time. I am really enjoying working with ayushveda. The recent newletter regarding client articles seems to be very attractive. But, as I have to look after a small child at home, I think I would not be able to meet the deadline, which is the main condition of those articles. However, I look forward to work for the cleint articles in the near future, as my schedule with my baby sets up. Till then, I shall continue writing for the various websites, on which I have been working upon for the last one and a half years.

    Current score: 0

  94. rakaraghu 13. Apr, 2010 at 1:25 pm #

    Hello everbody,
    I am Raka Raghuvanshi and is asociated with Ayushveda for aprox 2 months.
    Everyone would agree that today we hardly find people whose job profile matches with their hobbies or interest areas.Thus,leading to boredom and unenthusiastic approach towards their work.In this hassle-bassle of life to earn bread and butter,their hobbies/interest takes a back seat. However,Ayushveda has provided me this oppurtunity to pursue my interest and work simultaneously.
    My sincere thanks to them.

    Till now ,I have written 32-35 articles .Major sites being business,pregnancy,diet and fitness.Last month I was not able to reach my target of Rs 2500,because of my illness.This month I am trying to atleast reach the target.However,would like to know ,if my last month work will be added in my present month work. Secondly,if Mr Sahil,could put some spl remarks or grades and guide us on the published articles………this will help us to know if its ok type or what better could have been done for our future articles.

    Cheers,
    Raka Raghuvanshi.

    Current score: 0

  95. munmun das 13. Apr, 2010 at 6:00 pm #

    I am extremely happy and satisfied with the whole procedures. Ayushveda provides the right opportunity that a budding content writer looks for. Here I can choose the topic; I can feel free while experimenting with various subjects. I sincerely hope my association with Ayushveda will continue for long.

    Current score: 1

  96. freelance writer 22. Apr, 2010 at 3:02 pm #

    Hi,

    Ayushveda gives excellent opportunities to committed writers to work flexibly. In fact, the freedom to select your own topics and the flexibility is what I most love about Ayushveda. The team is helpful and communicative.

    What’s more, the payment has been as promised and on time. The payment structure is transparent and offers immense opportunities to grow.

    At Ayushveda, no one pressures you to perform more than you can. The steady stream of newsletters maintains direct communication and encourages you to write.

    One suggestion: As finding novel topics for each site is often the most daunting task and often leads to a writer’s block, I feel it would be helpful if the Ayushveda team makes a database of SEO-rich topic taglines or subject headings as required. A unique list, say of 10 topics each, can be forwarded to a writer every 2-3 days. Thus, writers won’t be at a loss of subject matter and this would ensure a steady flow of SEO-friendly content.

    For example, there could be a database of 100 one-line subjects like How to keep fit in summer, How to diet sensibly, etc. on which writers can submit their articles.

    Such a database would give writers a sound direction and encourage them to modify and develop quality content.

    Regards..

    Current score: 2

  97. rachana 26. Apr, 2010 at 10:16 am #

    Ayushveda is a good platform through which writers can publish articles based on the topic of their choice. I am a freelancer from Bangalore and have worked on articles in the Travel and Fitness segment.

    The payments have been prompt and the process is clear and transparent. There is no limit to how much one can earn which is based on the number of articles submitted. This allows for increased earnings.

    Their regular feedback and guidance is very useful and constructive. Moreover they offer flexibility to work from anywhere and apart from encouraging more writing they also focus on quality of work.

    Ayushveda, is overall one of the best ways to gain experience in writing while having the freedom to work from anywhere, anytime and earn unlimited amounts of money!

    Current score: 0

  98. rachana 26. Apr, 2010 at 10:17 am #

    Ayushveda is a good platform through which writers can publish articles based on the topic of their choice. I am a freelancer from Bangalore and have worked on articles in the Travel and Fitness segment.

    The payments have been prompt and the process is clear and transparent. There is no limit to how much one can earn which is based on the number of articles submitted. This allows for increased earnings.

    Their regular feedback and guidance is very useful and constructive. Moreover they offer flexibility to work from anywhere and apart from encouraging more writing they also focus on quality of work.

    Ayushveda, is overall one of the best ways to gain experience in writing while having the freedom to work from anywhere, anytime and earn unlimited amounts of money!

    Current score: 0

  99. shreyanka 28. Apr, 2010 at 1:49 pm #

    yes. I think the same. I also thoroughly enjoy writing for ayushveda. If the limit is reduced, I shall be benefited hugely.

    Current score: 0

  100. Rakesh Kumar Lakshman 02. May, 2010 at 5:45 pm #

    Dear Sir,

    I have always appreciated your site and the way it is working. However, I have a few suggestions which can make our writing easier.

    Earlier it was easy to write on any topic but day by day it is becoming difficult. The reason I am giving below:

    2-3 days back I had posted a few articles on the site fitnessihub which were titled as –1) Diseases Caused By Smoking 2) Ways To Quit Smoking etc. but they were rejected with the reason that they are NOT FIT FOR THE SITE.

    It is well understood when your editors give rejection reasons like a) Less than 350 words b) Copied article c) Too many errors etc. Thus writer comes to know his mistake and can rectifies it next time. But when your editors say NOT FIT FOR SITE, it leaves us wondering what to do with that article..

    I can’t understand why that particular article IS NOT FIT FOR SITE..

    Earlier my articles were published related with SMOKING on fitnessihub.com; why they were NOT FIT FOR THE SITE this time, I can’t understand.

    You have instructed us to refer to the sites given by you which would help us in writing. I referred to the site

    http://yourtotalhealth.ivillage.com/diet-fitness, http://bodybuilding.about.com/,

    There I found many articles related to smoking such as 1) 5 Really Good Reasons to Quit Smoking, 2) Secondhand Smoke Increases Risk for Heart Disease in Kids, 3) Scientists Have Figured Out How Smoking Worsens Lung Cancer , 4) Prevent Your Kids From Smoking , 5) Benefits of Quitting Smoking etc.

    I am really puzzled and de-motivated on the rejection of the articles DISEASES CAUSED BY SMOKING & WAYS TO QUIT SMOKING.

    I request you that someone should be there who could suggest us the site for which rejected articles would be suitable to be posted. It would be very kind of you if you could please let me know on which site I should re-post these articles?

    Even though I know some of your sites such as Pregnancy, Fashion, Travel, SEO, Studies, Skincare, Dietihub, Businessihub etc, I feel that these articles are not fit for these sites.

    Hope you will clear my doubt soon.

    Thanks & Regards!
    Lakshman

    Current score: 0

  101. admin 04. May, 2010 at 5:03 pm #

    In response to this, You can always email the the support team for reconsideration

    Further referring to the other’s site does not means that all their topics will be accepted. We go by Google adwords count and popularity factor. If we find that there are not many people searching for diseases caused by smoking, we will not publish the article. If you type in adwords – Quit Smoking or Smoking diseases, you can figure out the search volume of various other keywords related to it. Simply by modifying the title and article on those keywords, can get the article approved.

    The designing team go by adwords search count.

    I hope you have understood the concern

    Current score: 0

  102. Rakesh Kumar Lakshman 04. May, 2010 at 11:42 pm #

    Thank you for your reply & guidelines.

    Current score: 0

  103. vijayaraj 08. May, 2010 at 5:21 pm #

    Hi,
    Many thanks for the frequent newsletters and request for feedbacks. It only reflects your endeavor to make the process more comfortable for us writers.
    Though i have not contributed in a major way, having started out just two months back, i must admire the way by which you remain in touch with all of us. Its truly inspiring for me to receive letters and feedbacks from you.
    Regarding working pattern, there is not an element of doubt that this is THE BEST writing site for freelancers, with its unique submission model and payment structure.
    I have also done client work, having written about 15-20 articles under this category. However, i would request you to kindly get proper guidelines from the clients so that what we deliver is exactly what they want. Sometimes there is a huge difference in their interpretation of a subject and our way of looking at it.
    Also, client work is coming at a very slow pace. Would appreciate if more client work comes my way.
    Even if i feel like complaining about something i find there there is nothing i can crib about. Everything is so wonderfully managed that you deserve a huge round of applause.
    Thanks for everything.

    Regards,

    Vijayaraj Mukundan

    User id: Vijayaraj

    Current score: 0

  104. suparnacr 08. May, 2010 at 8:29 pm #

    I have been working with Ayushevda for the past 3 months and recently crossed the 2500 income to claim payment in the month of May. But i am yet to receive any payment yet from Ayushveda. Wonder what’s wrong?

    Current score: 3

  105. aanchal 08. May, 2010 at 8:44 pm #

    Hello
    ya i had received my payment…quite late though bt the problm was with the courier service.But thanks for all the help and correspondence made from time to time.
    Aanchal Gupta

    Current score: 0

  106. aanchal 08. May, 2010 at 8:51 pm #

    Hello
    I had been away from Ayushveda for sometime was preoccupied with studies, this is one huge advantage while working with Ayushveda, it gives one enough time and space to pursue different things. Even then I received newsletters from time to time and remained connected to the team.
    However, I’ll be joining back to work now even though I have my exams next month but I think its been long time and I want to resume my writing. All thanks to Ayushveda that it gives me thid flexibility.

    Aanchal Gupta

    Current score: 3

  107. munmun das 09. May, 2010 at 8:40 pm #

    Hi,
    I am a new writer working for Ayushveda and am extremely happy to work with such a big enterprise know for providing space and scope that content writers opt for. Ayushveda has given me the opportunity to work according to my timing. Also, I can freely experiment with various subjects and topics which I think suitable. There are so many things happening in traveling, fashion, fitness, business, that anyone would hardly find out of ideas. The topics selected by the Ayushveda are also great as there are huge potential and scope in these various fields. I am hugely satisfied for my association with Ayushveda. I feel free, confident and positive while selecting titles or subject matters. For giving me this opportunity I am thankful and eager to work more to extend my potential.

    Current score: 0

  108. florencemarian 10. May, 2010 at 12:47 pm #

    Thanks for the new offer of writing in Top Ayushveda Magazines. I’m truly indebted to Ayushveda for unleashing my creativity. In fact I had been longing to work from home and that too with a job of my taste; Ayushveda gave me the wonderful opportunity and welcomed me to a stream of writers.
    When I read the newsletter I find a sense of belonging, there is active interaction of Mr. Sahil Mehta with the writers which is commendable. I would like to write more than 5 articles a day but due to frequent power cut, work is disrupted. There is a suggestion, when articles are published can the amount that is given for the article be specified alongside that can help us to keep a track of our earnings. It can also motivate us to write more articles.

    Current score: 0

  109. antonyk_1703 10. May, 2010 at 5:03 pm #

    Hi,

    I am Antony. I joined Ayushveda in March and I am writing/would be writing on the following sites: technologyihub, technotalks, study and education, business and finance. So far what I have written is very few but soon I am planning to contribute more and write on many other ayushveda blogs as well.

    Eventhough I have written only a few articles as of date and I am yet to receive my first pay check, I find Ayushveda to be a very genuine and honest site, the editors being fair in their treatment of articles written. Mr. Sahil walks the extra mile to help the writers. He is quick to clarify our doubts and help us, which is very much appreciated.

    Current score: 0

  110. Pankti Doshi 11. May, 2010 at 11:17 am #

    I have been working with ayushveda from last 2 months. I am definitely very happy with the payment terms of ayushveda. And now i think 2500 minimum amount is good as it excites you to earn more. But I am usually finding some problem in writing the topics which are not there in the site. Actually may be the blogs are old which are already covering the relevant topics according to the subject. Hope to see new blogs as early as possible

    Current score: 0

  111. munmun das 14. May, 2010 at 10:20 am #

    Sir,
    Thanks for the newsletters that you have been sending. These letters help me to grow. The last one will no doubt help me to enhance my skills and potential as a content writer. Also, I will try to follow all the instructions mentioned in the last news letter. This information is hugely effective to improve the writing skills. I will definitely follow each instruction carefully so that my articles get more perfect. With the help of these news letters I can rectify lot of things. I also want to inform you that I am hugely satisfied writer working with Ayushveda Informatics. I appreciate the entire working procedures and professionalism of Ayushveda Informatics. Also, the reviews or feedback of other writers who are working with Ayushveda Informatics clearly show that they are happy and growing as content writers day after day. I want to express my regrets not to be able to respond to the previous newsletters. But, I am thankful to Ayushveda Informatics for giving me this opportunity where I can work according to my schedule which is the best thing in this whole process. I am also very glad that too many sites are already in the pipeline, which is great; more sites mean more opportunity to write. Hopefully, Ayushveda will continue providing freedom and space to me and others which is the key to all creative compulsion.

    Current score: 0

  112. Meera M.Das 14. May, 2010 at 4:48 pm #

    Dear Sahil,

    I am Meera. Besides other sites I have also written couple of articles for http://www.ayushveda.com/blogs. But they have not yet been reviewed. when I checked i came across 28 articles that are yet to be reviewed. I know you have many number of articles to look into in a day. But if you could please check the articles it would be really nice.

    Thanks,
    Regards,
    Meera

    Current score: 1

  113. smriti10 01. Jun, 2010 at 4:11 pm #

    hello to everyone

    I have been working with Ayushveda from last 2 and half months. I have received my first payment and pretty much satisfied with the support of the team. theyr are prompt in payment.

    I am writing on various sites these days earlier I wrote for 2500 in 45 days this time i did it in 14 days of my work.

    I have some serious queries. Many of my good articles are getting rejected . Like i wrote one of the how get rid of smelly refrigerator? I thought the heading is not suitable or may be the editing is some where bad. but it still got rejected i do not why?

    I want to suggest you have a live chat or some to assist the writer to improve their flaws.

    I want to grow with this family as i found it the most favoring one for those who love to work from home.

    thanks
    Smriti Sharma

    Current score: 0

  114. admin 02. Jun, 2010 at 5:12 pm #

    Smriti.. do you find any search-able keywords in that article? I have send several newsletters showing how to search article topics

    Current score: 0

  115. sreejith 09. Jun, 2010 at 3:03 pm #

    Ayushveda is a professionally managed company, with lots of sites and subjects to write on. The onus on us writers is to provide meaningful and consumable content.

    Current score: 0

  116. debarati 09. Jun, 2010 at 8:03 pm #

    Hi

    Working with Ayushveda has been a learning experience. I have been working as content writer for last two years with a different company. However, after joining Ayushveda on 04.05.10 I have learned about Google insight, developing and searching for relevant keywords and topics. I am yet to receive any payment but find the payment structure quite good.

    Newsletters are really helpful but I am facing problems to find relevant topics. I am currently registered with moneyihub, pregnancyihub, travelihub and goodeveningworld. I have written mostly for moneyihub.

    It would be helpful if you can provide me some interesting ideas about title / topics. I am getting quite confused with Wonder wheel, Google Insight, adwords. Number of submission is not as good as I expected or capable of writing.

    I hope to overcome this hurdle with practice. Your valued experience may guide me in right direction. Money is not my only concern. I enjoy writing articles. I expect to mature as content writer under your guidance.

    How do you determine score?

    Current score: 0

  117. soumitra chakraborty 07. Jul, 2010 at 7:42 am #

    Hi Everyone, This is Soumitra Chakraborty

    I have been associated with Ayushveda for the past 2 years, but due to my health issues I had to take a leave. Now I am back and shall try to work hard as before.

    Thank a lot to Mr Sahil Mehta for all his support.

    Regards
    Soumitra

    Current score: 0

  118. admin 08. Jul, 2010 at 11:29 am #

    Hello Ashima,

    If you ask payment related questions during the days the payment is to be released, yes the response will be late. We are busy checking the work of several hundred writers and checking their invoice, informing them about their mistakes, getting invoice corrected, making checks and releasing their payment on time.

    Moreover, no one can give you instant answers. You have also been provided with a phone number if you need immediate help. 24 Hours is a normal response time by email.

    Current score: 0

  119. natsunomikan 08. Aug, 2010 at 11:00 am #

    Okay, I must say, I’ve tried way too many freelancing sites, but none of them were really as good as this. I’ve had my bad days here and I do admit I must be the biggest slacker. I should be thankful I wasn’t kicked out ^^; Thank you very much for all the support until now.

    Regards,
    Seema

    Current score: 1

  120. natsunomikan 08. Aug, 2010 at 11:08 am #

    And I must apologise for the extremely late review. I Haven’t been around for quite a long time. But i’m back now

    Current score: 0

  121. Chhavi Khullar 12. Aug, 2010 at 4:10 pm #

    Hello,
    i m Chhavi Khullar. I have been working with ayushveda since last month. The experience is great as you have so many websites to write for. I get the freedom to write about anything and at any time which is very good. No pressure for submitting minimum articles, write as much as you want and earn accordingly. This concept is very good for a housewife like me.
    The team at ayushveda is very supportive.
    I am glad i got the opportunity to work for ayushveda.
    I am yet to find out about payments as i have not reched the minimum level of 2500.

    Current score: 0

  122. chea 15. Aug, 2010 at 12:58 pm #

    Hi..

    I am a recent member of the ayushveda family.Even though its been only a very short period of association I am very glad to say that the experience of working with Ayushveda was very pleasant.The newsletters by Mr.Sahil Mehta are very informative and gives the writer an excellent idea about the topics and keyword usage.I am very glad to say I am hugely benefited by the newsletters.

    Keep the good work going

    Regards
    Chithira

    Current score: 0

  123. akil 15. Aug, 2010 at 4:16 pm #

    The service is simply amazing!……I have just been associated with Ayushveda
    and I must say, everything about them is simply marvelous. Way to go Ayushveda. Thanks for giving us this opportunity…Glad I came across here!….:-)

    Current score: 0

  124. pooja gogia 21. Aug, 2010 at 2:24 pm #

    hi, it’s being one week that i have started writting for this site.I feel it’s really amazing.But due to my accident I am not able to write much.Will surely catch up soon……….Really enjoying the work I am doing till now.

    Current score: 0

  125. Richa Kumar 24. Aug, 2010 at 8:15 pm #

    I have recently started writing for Ayushveda a few days back. Looking forward to a good writing experience, prompt payments and a professional attitude. So its too early to say anything about the overall experience..

    Current score: 0

  126. Reshmi 25. Aug, 2010 at 6:15 pm #

    Hi,
    I am Reshmi from Bangalore. I changed my focus to content writing just a few days back. As a content writer, I am a beginner.As for now,Ayushveda Newsletters are guiding me through the basics of content writing.

    I appreciate the freedom of own will that Ayushveda is giving to its writers.

    And about the income, I haven’t reached the target yet. So its yet to find out.

    Thank You for this opportunity.

    Regards
    Reshmi Sathishchandran

    Current score: 0

  127. sreejith 26. Aug, 2010 at 11:54 am #

    Hi,

    I am back again. I went on leave for my marriage. Now I have come back and going to write and write and write for Ayushveda!!

    Current score: 0

  128. Parul Solanki 26. Aug, 2010 at 8:28 pm #

    Hi

    I have just joined Ayushveda and have received my first pay as well which thankfully was quite prompt. I love the fact that the Ayushveda gives me the flexibility to write on a wide range of topics.

    I have been working as a freelance writer for quite some time now but the flexibility that Ayushveda offers is simply great. Thanks a lot for this great opportunity!!! Hope to increase my daily contributions soon.

    Current score: 0

  129. Nimaya 16. Sep, 2010 at 10:25 am #

    Can l send you my article in Ms word format ?

    Current score: 0

  130. vibhuti.mittal 19. Sep, 2010 at 9:17 pm #

    Hi
    I am vibhuti. This is my first month with ayushveda. I am enjoying the writing experience and greatly acknowledge your support. thanks

    Current score: 0

  131. vibhuti.mittal 23. Sep, 2010 at 4:27 pm #

    Hey
    Can some one please brief me about the things we should mention in our invoice?

    Thanks

    Current score: 0

  132. lavinia 08. Oct, 2010 at 11:47 am #

    I thank Ayushveda for giving me an opportunity to work with them as a freelancer. I need to say that the freelancing process of your company is very impressive. It makes me think as to how an article can be made interesting. I only had one humble request. I am finding it a bit difficult as far as process guidelines for finding keywords is concerned. Indian and American people have radically different choices. This was something I never knew much about before. I have one suggestion for improving the process guidelines of a freelancer. I request you to please open one PROCESS GUIDELINE website that is accessible only by the freelancers. This will help a new freelancer like me to know your procedure in a better way. I also found freelancing articles through WORDPRESS very commendable.
    Thanks,
    Lavinia Tauro

    Current score: 0

  133. chea 08. Oct, 2010 at 1:08 pm #

    I have been working for Ayushveda for the past one month.I received my first payment in time.But now,I regret to say that i haven’t received any confirmation regarding my second payments yet.The umpteen number of mails sent has remain unanswered.

    I sincerely request the management to look into the issue regarding payment delay.

    Regards

    Chithira

    Current score: 0

  134. chea 08. Oct, 2010 at 7:18 pm #

    Hi

    I am glad to say that the delay in payment has been sorted out.Thanks to the Ayushveda team for the support

    Regards

    Chithira

    Current score: 0

  135. ashima.bhatnagar 18. Oct, 2010 at 2:25 pm #

    Due to the launching of more and more websites by ayushveda, I have been able to associate myself with several websites. At present Iam writing for 8 websites of ayushveda, but the problem is when time comes to claim payment, I cant do so because the space in the online payment format that I have downloaded is quite limited. This issue has been bothering me for quite sometime.

    Kindly allow the writers to modify the payment format (excel) by themselves or please upload the modified version of the format.

    Please solve this impending problem.

    Current score: 0

  136. dr surabhi jain 19. Oct, 2010 at 10:11 pm #

    Hi Everyone
    I am a new member in the family of ayushveda.
    If am a medicine graduate with degree in health management but due to my personal responsibilities I have taken leave from my work. This is an amazing website which gives me freedom to write what I want to.
    There is no limitation of any kind. The management of the sites are excellent. To be frank I took this opportunity as a part time hobby. But now I take this work very seriously. As I am new I have not claimed any payments till now.
    I am completely satisfied with everything associated with ayushveda. I really cant believe that these people are so professional and helping in every way possible.
    Anyways, I am sure my association with you people is for long term.

    Surabhi

    Current score: 0

  137. anjana.mariposa 21. Oct, 2010 at 4:20 pm #

    I have been working with Ayushveda for more than 9 months and its only for the first time I am facing problem with clarification on payment, this left me wondering if there is any problem in my generated invoice, wrong e-mail or my server problem since Ayushveda’s team working quite perfectly so far. Till last payment I never faced any problem infact after submitting Invoice, very next day I used to receive the confirmation. I have been sending mail to clarify if there is any problem but no response.

    I have been lucky to associate with Ayushveda and have their support whenever needed. I am sure after this review submission my query shall be clarified.

    Current score: 0

  138. dr surabhi jain 21. Oct, 2010 at 4:53 pm #

    hi everyone
    It’s a pleasure interacting with you all.I am a new member in the family of ayushveda.
    I am a medicine graduate with degree in health management but due to my personal responsibilities I have taken leave from my work. This is an amazing website which gives me freedom to write what I want to.No restrictions of any kind.
    The management of the sites are excellent. the newsletters are extremely helpful.To be frank I took this opportunity as a part time hobby. But now I take this work very seriously. As I am new I have not claimed any payments till now.
    I am completely satisfied with everything associated with ayushveda. I really cant believe that these people are so professional and helping in every way possible.

    Anyways I am enjoying my association with such great people. They are helping me to grow as a writer and enriching my knowledge.

    thanks

    Dr Surabhi Jain

    Current score: 0

  139. Rakesh Kumar Lakshman 21. Oct, 2010 at 5:05 pm #

    Hi Anjana!

    Ayushveda pays regularly and timely (as I have experienced in the past 8-9 months) but last month even I faced payment problem. My invoice/mail could not reach its destination and bounced back. I mailed again and again but every time it bounced back.

    Then I got help from the admin to mail at payments@ayushveda.com and not to mail at payments@www.ayushveda.com

    This time I had sent my invoice on another email ID and the payment team received my mail and they have made my payment (which is yet to come in my Bank. I am expecting the payment in my Bank in a day or two).

    May be you too need to send your invoice on payments@ayushveda.com

    Hope your problem is sorted out soon.

    Regards!

    Current score: 0

  140. ankitasingh 23. Oct, 2010 at 10:21 am #

    It hasn’t been very long that I started working for Ayushveda but I am doing it full time. I make sure that I submit about ten articles in a day. It would be wonderful to do client work if I am considered for it.

    Current score: 0

  141. ankitasingh 23. Oct, 2010 at 10:21 am #

    It hasn’t been very long that I started working for Ayushveda but I am doing it full time. I make sure that I submit about ten or more articles in a day. It would be wonderful to do client work if I am considered for it.

    Current score: 0

  142. Grace Arundhati 30. Oct, 2010 at 10:26 am #

    I have only recently joined Ayushveda. I love contributing here as Ayushveda offers me amazing opportunities to write on a variety of topics of interest – beauty, health and nutrition. Although I am new, I am sure I will soon settle in thanks to the constant guidance and support from the admin and team that ensure growth. I hope to soon get the flow of things so I may submit more articles every day and do this on a full time basis!

    Current score: 0

  143. anuradha 30. Nov, 2010 at 5:42 pm #

    It is really a gud site to work with. The kind of creative freedom it gives is really gud. Due to severe health problem i had to quit my job. But Ayushveda gives me good platform for people like us. My only request is to reduce the payment limit to Rs.1,500

    Current score: 0

  144. sanjeevk 01. Dec, 2010 at 1:16 pm #

    Hi Friends. I had joined Ayushveda about 3 months back and i find this writing platform fabulous. Payments are sent in time and writers can definitely bet on Ayushvada for their career progress.

    Current score: 0

  145. Mugdha 09. Dec, 2010 at 11:48 am #

    Hi , i have joined ayushveda recently. It seems great to write for this site. relatively easy. So many sites are available to write on. But i do not know how people manage to send 10 articles/day. May be i am a little slow. I will try to improve. Hope i get the payment on time. Yet to totally get accustomed to all sites of ayushveda.
    Just little disappointed with the pendency seen in some blogs. Because of it the publishing of articles get delayed.
    Overall its a wonderful site.

    Current score: 1

  146. pooja gogia 16. Dec, 2010 at 2:27 pm #

    Hi all………I just love to write for this site under different blogs…..the exposure here is really very good. We can write on any topic…….Plus the income is also good. though I am not earning much which is because of my own schedule…but still i manage to write and want to increase my efficiency………Hope to write so many many article for you people……….Just loving my experience.

    Current score: 0

  147. sgwriter 18. Dec, 2010 at 1:52 pm #

    Hi,

    I have recently joined here and so far, it has been a good experience. I am currently writing for travelihub, fitnessihub, moneyihub and fashionihub. As I have been into content writing before and the newsletters here are so helpful, therefore finding keywords or topics are easier. I’m glad that there is a lot of flexibility here, so I can manage this along with a full time job where I’ll be joining soon.

    Thanks

    Current score: 0

  148. priya_baranwal 30. Dec, 2010 at 5:21 pm #

    Hi. I am new to Ayushveda and I am quite happy to join it. I hope I’ll prove myself as a wonderful Ayushvedan. Thanks Ayushevda.

    Current score: 2

  149. priya_baranwal 05. Feb, 2011 at 10:11 pm #

    Hi Admin,

    I am Priyanka Baranwal, a new Ayushvedan (hope you would not mind using this term). Unfortunately my 1st two articles got rejected. but m sure I have done mistake somewhere. I am trying to get full guidelines and has queried on Ayushvedainformatics.com. Hope to get the reply asap. I know I can contribute at a huge level but need some time to get acquainted with Ayushveda.
    But I must say that I ahve found ayushveda as a perfect platform to hook up my writing skills. I feel internal satisfaction expressing myself through writing and happy to found out Ayushveda. Only thing that can boost me up is the acceptance of my further articles but I’ll make sure that it’ll pass on every guideline laid by Ayushveda.
    Looking forward to have a great and wonderful bonding with this whole team.
    Thanks a lot!!!

    Current score: 0

  150. G.Sumita 22. Feb, 2011 at 5:34 pm #

    Hi Everyone! I am probably the newest entrant in this team of writers and thinkers, having joined just three days back. The general guidelines and newsletters are of great help for a beginner. Because of the constant communication, it does not feel like a stand-alone work.

    Looking forward to lots more creative work and hopefully a steady remuneration too.

    Cheers,
    Sumita

    Current score: 0

  151. mamta sharma 13. Apr, 2011 at 12:20 am #

    Hi All,

    I have started writing for Ayushveda from this month only hence not much comfortable with the trend and policies. But I am hopeful this association will last long. Read great feed backs from old freelancer hence quite confident of performing well in the coming days!

    I wish all the new comers the very best and welcome them all!

    Cheers,
    Mamta Sharma

    Current score: 0

  152. mamta sharma 14. Apr, 2011 at 10:55 am #

    Hi,

    Hopefully Ayushveda has come a long way till date and it should now strive only to get to the higher pedestal of success compare to its contemporary site. Hence this concept is worth considering and take my word, it will prove to be a right decision.

    Now, Ayushveda should not worry about the target audience and market, it has already created a decent market and has already established as a leader, now it’s time to take the virtual lead.

    Of course you will not get much writer to accept this but the small bunch of writers will push you to the peak of excellence, I am sure of it! Your next step should be to take the right decision, recognize the right writers and retain them as your assets. A better rate proportion would also work miraculously!

    Cheers,

    Mamta Sharma

    Current score: 0

  153. garythegr8 25. Apr, 2011 at 10:43 am #

    working with ayushveda for less than a month and it has been a great jouney till now. writing your articles and getting them published satisfys the writer within me. I had been working for past 7-8 years in variuos companies but had to leave my job in order to raise my kids and after 4-5 years never wanted to leave my house and kids for a 9-5 job . But ayushveda has been like a jackpot for me , here i can work whenever i want and earn money too, although i have not claimed even a single payment till date then too i am very happy writing for the site.

    Current score: 0

  154. garythegr8 25. Apr, 2011 at 10:57 am #

    It has been an awesome and quite satisfying journey so far with ayushveda and looking forward to a long term association . In fact i have told a few of my friends who are willing to join as freelancers.

    Current score: 0

  155. Arpita Bora 15. Jul, 2011 at 11:01 pm #

    Hi all of you…
    I am very pleased to be a part of Ayushveda freelancing process. I am writing articles in five different sites, but mostly i write for home remedies-natural Supplements site. One more thing I want to raise is to reduce the minimum payment limit to Rs.1500.

    Current score: 0

  156. princetvm 13. Aug, 2011 at 12:33 pm #

    My Thoughts on Ayushveda Freelance Writers Network

    I have been a writer for some time now and I came across Ayushveda freelance network a few months back. I successfully applied for a position as a freelance writer here. However, I didn’t submit any articles for many months. It was partly because of my regular assignments and partly because of my apprehensions about spending too much time for someone you are not sure about. However, my doubts are all now at rest. I got my first payment from Ayushveda (for the months June and July) on August 10th.

    The payment is only Rs.3875, but I now know Ayushveda pays its writers. And, I am now very happy to dedicate more time writing articles and submitting them. However, I now have a regular employment and I only have evenings and weekends to spare. I am happy with that since my free time also can be very productive.

    About Not Getting Paid

    I have seen content buyers that are not interested in paying the writers. They would bombard you with instructions and demands. Once they get the output, they just vanish. I am very happy I don’t have to deal with such people any more.

    Database System has Made Life Easier

    Before the database system came into existence in June, I had some trouble researching the keywords and topics that Ayushveda would be interested in. The database system is now better. Now a writer can pick from several thousands of topics.

    I have some thoughts about the database system. Have you thought about an automated database? That is, when someone submits an article on a specific topic, that topic will be removed from the database. It is not just possible with PDF files.

    About Writing as a Job

    Writing is a lonely job. You are all alone while you are at work. Writers don’t like any disturbances while they are at work. What is the output? They are the articles. And, it is not something you can easily show off to your friends. And, this makes it difficult to stay motivated to producing more articles. I am very lazy and easily give up after a little while. Nobody else can do anything about that. You have to find your own ways to stay motivated.

    About Ayushveda’s Business

    Ayushveda pays writers to create excellent content for their websites. No business can stay in business unless they make a neat profit. I understand I am selling my services to Ayushveda, so that the company can make a profit, stay in business and continue paying the writers.

    The commitment of writers thus is to provide good quality articles that appeal to the audience. If the articles don’t do any good, they are only waste of time and money. I understand that I can get an idea about the quality I deliver simply by looking at the rating system.

    I want to achieve an 8+ rating. A rating of 6 is almost too basic. I will not quit, but will improve the quality of output to take my ratings to 8 and above. Once, I cross that mark, I will write one or two more articles to help other writers in the network achieve the same.

    Current score: 1

  157. Anuradha Malhotra 02. Oct, 2011 at 3:37 pm #

    Hi
    My association with Ayushveda is only three months old, but I have garnered some quality experience in this short span of time. Having written articles for sites like travelodestination, travelihub, menscosmo, lifemartini, ladyzona, fashionihub, skinicare, stbotanica, foodquad, sheradiance,natural-homeremedies, ayurvediccure, gracenglamour, girlishh, health & lifestyle magazine, and findhomeremedy I have appreciably grown as a writer.

    Most of my articles get published without hassles, yet sometimes there is confusion regarding the use of non existing keywords, though I have always used the corrected ones. Anyways, that too gets resolved sooner or later. As far as quality of the websites is concerned, most of them are up to the mark; the recent renovations in some of them is worth applauding. But still, there are some sites like stbotanica that lack visual graphics; this being the reason they appear less attractive to the visitors.

    That Ayushveda cares for the quality and not the quantity is a what distinguishes it from other websites. Company pays decent amount, though I wish it could be more…

    When I get time, I write more and able to draw up to 10k per month. Due to some reasons,I could not write much this month. Soon I would be looking for some regular job in Delhi but will continue working for the company as it lets my creativity to flourish and lets me write whatever I like. Freelancing is what I cannot remain aloof from; now when it has unleashed ways to explore myself, I cannot keep myself restricted.

    I had little apprehensions before joining the company,but the day I received their newsletter containing instructions, pay structure, ratings, things started becoming crystal clear.

    I do not know the reason, but I have seen that publishing of articles get suspended 3-4 days before 15th and 31st of any month. Why is that so?

    Hope that Ayushveda’s network becomes more wide and global in future and it continues to maintain its quality-approach.

    Current score: 2

  158. admin 10. Nov, 2011 at 7:00 pm #

    Anuradha ” publishing of articles get suspended 3-4 days before 15th and 31st of any month. “.. that’s your perception.. There is no such thing

    Current score: 2

  159. Aparajita Banerjee Sahoo 04. Jun, 2012 at 12:42 pm #

    I am a psychologist cum HR professional and I always had a deep passion for writing. My husband’s work has compelled me to keep shifting from one place to another and I am also a mother. Therefore, every time change of jobs was a frustrating issue for me. Working with Ayushveda has given me the chance to pursue my passion, freedom of work from anywhere and a confidence and pleasure from work like never before. I hope and wish to keep my commitment to Ayushveda for years to come.

    Current score: 0

  160. Rajan Dhir 04. Jun, 2012 at 6:22 pm #

    I think it is the best platform for freelance writers to make a career out of it. You can choose from hundreds and thousands of articles. The payment and rating system is accurate. It would be difficult to find any other organization matching the standards set by them.
    I have not been able to write for them lately. It is the best site to refer to any friend or colleague who has passion for writing and looking to hone his/her skills.
    Thank you.
    God bless.

    Current score: 0

  161. sumer 04. Jun, 2012 at 8:42 pm #

    ayushveda is really a wonderful platform for people who are not able to go out from home and work. You are able to utilize your knowledge and experience into writing with the help of working with ayushveda. The opportunity to write for various types of articles pertaining to variety of areas helps to develop great skills, thus enhancing our knowledge. I love writing for beauty and hair styles, and therefore focusing on best hairstyles these days. However, I have been writing for other areas like health, skin care, weight loss etc. The payment terms are quite good and the way of reviewing the articles and giving feedback is quite appreciable, which enables us to perform better.

    Current score: 0

  162. swati9 05. Jun, 2012 at 3:40 pm #

    Ayushveda is the best online company for experienced content writers as well as freshers in this field. I joined this company a few months back and i have only positive things to say about it. I can only say that i consider myself blessed to work for this company as it offers me the flexibility to work at my space and convenience. Furthermore, it is the only company in India which offers such a great pay rate per article. I have recommended this company to a few of my friends so that they too can get the opportunity to enhance their writing skills and earn a considerable amount of money per month.

    Current score: 0

  163. Meenu27 16. Aug, 2012 at 7:04 pm #

    Hi,

    I joined Ayushveda in June as a freelancer and yes, initially I had some problems regarding signing in and posting my articles. But, once I visited the freelancer discussion forums, all of my queries were cleared and I started writing and posting my articles. Some days back I received my first cheque and so I felt like sharing my views. Although my association with Ayushveda is not long, but still I am quite happy with the overall maintenance of this website. Ayushveda gives me the required freedom to work from anywhere and as much as I want, which is difficult to find anywhere else.
    Thank you Ayushveda and I hope to continue this association in the coming future. :)

    Current score: 0

  164. gayatrishyam 27. Aug, 2012 at 2:27 pm #

    Hi,
    I am into Ayushveda since May 2012 and my journey has been quite exciting as I have a whole lot of topics to choose from unlike other content writing jobs where we force ourselves to a subject, sometimes least interesting. Whenever I get some extra free time I feel like logging on to Ayushveda and do some writing and yes! it has become a way of life for me. I am yet to claim my first bill and as I read from other mail, hope the payment mode will be hassle free.

    Current score: 0

  165. romana 23. Sep, 2012 at 3:28 pm #

    Hello team Ayushveda,

    I am not associated with Ayushveda since long (joined in July) but i would like to share what i have experienced in these months. Ayushveda is doing a commendable job by providing an unbiased opportunity to people across the country by furnishing a platform to showcase talent and (more importantly) turn it into money. It is certainly a worthy platform where people like me (who puts family obligations prior to career).

    I have had only one payment claim and suppose it was made timely. I write mainly for parenting, health-related and relationship blogs, although i would like to write more on business. money or similar topics (which unfortunately i haven’t found till now).

    I have been doing freelancing earlier also (not for Ayushveda) and have a few suggestions to provide (if you are comfortable with).

    1). The feedback and rating somehow do not seem comprehensive and complete. I wish there was a more elaborate (and simple) method to get feedback to help improve my work as i am the type of person who do not write for past time but to hone my talent and make some worth out of it.
    2). Although there is an email address which can be communicated for getting feedback and help for improving work quality, i haven’t received any feedback (although i have written once) yet. Since i am putting hard work into writing, i would definitely want to improve my work (and rating) instead of making guesses and (may be) losing the rating. You may reply with a ‘refer to guidelines’ but i suppose mistakes would not get repeated if i am understanding guidelines.
    3). Sometimes, an article is attempted by two writers. In such a case, it would be kind of you that instead of rejecting it, you provide an alternative for submission (like to some other site which i may not be aware of). This will serve a motivation to keep up with the hard work.

    Thanks for giving the opportunity of providing feedback.
    Regards,
    Romana

    Current score: 0

  166. Jayanti Anubhav 12. Oct, 2012 at 7:25 pm #

    Hi

    I am a freelance content writer, based in Mumbai. I have been writing with you guys for past two months and contributing mostly to Girlscosmo.com & Girllish.com. I am enjoying my writing stint with you and have also received the payout on time. The sites are of good quality and informative. However, I feel that there can be more variations in keywords for both the sites.

    I only have slight discomfort at one point and that is the minimum threshold of 2500 to clam the payout. To get to the minimum threshold, the writer has to contribute on regular basis, almost daily. Since, your organisation is mostly aimed at freelancers, it might be difficult for writers like me, who prefer to write mostly during the weekends or in the spare time. If you can reduce it a bit, it will be easier for writers like me to claim it monthly. Hope, you can do something around it. Rest all is great about you and I hope to contribute for a long time.

    Regards
    Jayanti

    Current score: 0

  167. Joy Natarajan 20. Nov, 2012 at 12:43 pm #

    Dear Team Ayushveda,

    This is just a mail to clarify whether my account is still active and
    whether I can continue to submit articles.

    Request you to please let me know as I would like to continue writing
    with you as I have enjoyed doing so for almost three years.

    Current score: 0

  168. komal.rathi276 04. Jan, 2013 at 1:55 pm #

    Thanks, ayushveda team for updating us with these information, there is one
    little query that i had, actually i did write an article on diarrhea
    treatment and followed the same procedure while copying and pasting it on
    the dashbash but i did’nt get any response, as to whether the artice was
    published or rejected nothing of that sought, and i also wanted to know
    that how can i claim my payments.
    I’ll be really greatful to you if you can resolve my queries as soon as
    possible so that i can carry on writing with my articles.

    Thank you

    Current score: 0

  169. sushma 06. Apr, 2013 at 3:56 pm #

    hello Ayushveda team,

    I joined ayushveda recently. I thank Ayushveda for giving me an opportunity to work as a freelance content writer despite me being from a different educational background. Its been an amazing learning experience with good guidance and feedback from the editors. This helps us improve on our own standards to perform better and enhance our skills. The flexibility to work is the best thing about ayushveda giving homemakers and young mothers an excellent job opportunity to prove their potential.

    Regards,
    Sushma

    Current score: 1

  170. purbani 30. May, 2013 at 12:52 pm #

    Hi,

    I’m grateful to the Ayushveda team for being such an organized and trustworthy forum. I have been writing articles at my convenience and enjoying it a lot. A hearty thank you!

    Current score: 0

  171. arc456 31. May, 2013 at 8:36 am #

    Hi,

    I had been writing contents since 2 months, and happy to work with Ayushveda. It is a good platform for housewives who can earn money comfortable from home; good for students who want to earn their fees, and the retired persons who likes to earn in their spare time. It is the exact place for the professionals to showcase their talent as well as their skills.

    There are many things that made be happy to work for Ayushveda. Firstly, I’m glad with the editors feedback to make me improve my writings, the way editors respond to the doubts or queries, and guide all new writers to become experts.

    Another thing, that made me glad is the recognition of my contents. There are many companies, who consider writers as ghost writers, where there is no identity for us. But, this is not the case with Ayushveda, as contents appear with writers name itself.

    The other interesting part is the images for the contents. I loved the images they upload for each contents; they are so impressive. This interests not only to the writers, but also for the readers that make them to read our content.

    However, I’ don’ t know about the promptness in the payment; as i’ ve not received my first payment because of less submissions. Will have to check further. Hope, they are even good at making prompt payment too. But, one suggestion for ‘payment/account team’ is that, it would be great, if payments are made on weekly or bi-weekly basis, instead of monthly payment. It would help writers a lot.

    Thankyou very much… Ayushveda Team for giving me this good opportunity.

    Current score: 0

  172. Archana Kuratti 31. May, 2013 at 8:50 am #

    Hi,

    I had been writing contents since 2 months, and happy to work with Ayushveda. It is a good platform for housewives who can earn money comfortable from home; good for students who want to earn their fees, and the retired persons who likes to earn in their spare time. It is the exact place for the professionals to showcase their talent as well as their skills.

    There are many things that made be happy to work for Ayushveda. Firstly, I’m glad with the editors feedback to make me improve my writings, the way editors respond to the doubts or queries, and guide all new writers to become experts.

    Another thing, that made me glad is the recognition of my contents. There are many companies, who consider writers as ghost writers, where there is no identity for us. But, this is not the case with Ayushveda, as contents appear with writers name itself.

    The other interesting part is the images for the contents. I loved the images they upload for each contents; they are so impressive. This interests not only to the writers, but also for the readers that make them to read our content.

    However, I’ don’ t know about the promptness in the payment; as i’ ve not received my first payment because of less submissions. Will have to check further. Hope, they are even good at making prompt payment too. But, one suggestion for ‘payment/account team’ is that, it would be great, if payments are made on weekly or bi-weekly basis, instead of monthly payment. It would help writers a lot.

    Thankyou very much… Ayushveda Team for giving me this good opportunity.

    Current score: 1

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