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This means that you need to have a vetting system in place that will filter out unqualifed applicants if you choose to use Craigslist as your primary means of advertising for a freelance writer. The support team will be responsible for figuring out whether a refund should be issued. To post an ad on Craiglist , you will simply need to choose the respective category and fill out all of the necessary information.
Unlike Textbroker and WriterAccess, Compose. Instead, content is priced according to word count and the type of content being ordered e. Since Compose. However, this means you can count on it for delivering pieces of content that require little to no editing on your end. You can get started with Compose. If you prefer to manage content orders on your own, you can sign up for a free Self-Service account and order different types of content on an ad hoc basis.
Alternatively, if you want a larger amount of content or content on an ongoing basis, you can set up a consultation to discuss your specific needs. In this way, Compose. The answer will depend entirely on your needs and your budget.
ProBlogger is one such platform. Big freelance portals like Upwork are also great because they attract a huge number of professionals from all parts of the world. Many of the international freelancers working there have native language proficiency but they will charge a smaller amount than a freelancer from the US, UK or Australia, for example.
A combined approach will typically be the one that will give you the best results. Start with the platforms that give you an opportunity to publish a free job listing. Textbroker Textbroker is the first marketplace on this list that is dedicated strictly to finding writers and content creators. This online marketplace allows you to find up to 16, writers living in the United States. Contently Contently is not for the small business owner. ProBlogger ProBlogger is one of the most popular and authoritative blogs about blogging on the web.
AllIndieWriters This is another freelance job board entirely dedicated to writing gigs. However, you, as a business owner have two options when looking for a writer. Indeed This is a job board that features more traditional jobs rather than freelance opportunities. Good luck! Leave a reply Cancel reply.
These websites are good for general writers. Do you know where I can find employment, HR, and workplace culture writers? UpVote Reply 1 Upvotes. Thanks for posting this post! I need a good quality content and for the majority of the platforms just sell block of content without any informations about the writers.
With Google E-A-T concept, reputation of the writers is very important today. UpVote Reply 2 Upvotes. In many times, the word good quality is quite vague and it creates unnecessary unhealthy competition in the market. As you referred google in this case, therefore I would be prompted to say that first of all if you just go through the article then you can easily understand if the quality is good or bad and in most cases, uniqueness and clean writing matters more than a so-called piece from a 5 start writer.
At least google does not see any difference. Yet they are simply trying to create a bogus competition in the market only to increase the price against a writer, a writer can easily fetch tons of money if a 5 start, pro tag, excellent badge be attached with it. And that hurts the rising writers as if only the so-called 5 start writer can write and others are nothing.
So, when we are talking about quality then I think we should refrain from the marketing tricks. Good list. UpVote Reply 0 Upvotes. Great job on that and really informative, gone come back after to learn more. Glad that I turned to freelancing at some point in my career.
However, now that I get full responsibility in getting my workload, it can get tricky at times. Stoked to see new players in the industry. Just what I was looking for. A great collection of resources. Thanks for sharing. I am a freelance writer looking for clients!! Feel free to hire me! Thank you for your consideration! UpVote Reply 8 Upvotes.
Good information. Any other you know specific to technical blog? Hi Shilpa, you can post on some of these sites and then write these exact specs on your job posting. I would add one service that aggregates freelance jobs from mentioned services. It is a service that helps people spend more time working and less time searching.
The service aggregates freelance and consultant jobs posted online. Then it predicts if the user will get the job or not and shows jobs with the greatest chance of getting hired. UpVote Reply 3 Upvotes. As a freelance writer, most of my clients were acquired through referrals. I started getting clients from Medium earlier this year because I blog often there. I think there is really no size fits all when it comes to finding great writers. What might work for your business might fail for someone else.
You have to test and measure the results. Now I use upwork and I satisfied. Earlier I used cheap options like fiverr but the quality of the texts was terrible. Hi, I am a freelance writer and I utilize UpWork as a platform to find clients.
I stopped working on this platform and chose to remain with a few direct clients. Thanks for sharing the freelancer websites list. I have learned so many new information from here I was looking for something like this…. You should also look into WeGrowth - a marketplace where marketers offer their services. Writers can showcase their expertise by outlining what their service includes and how they plan to tackle the task at hand.
Great article! Thank you for interesting information! You can also add wiirk. Here is a list of legitimate freelance writing jobs you can do from home. They hire both ghost and by line writers to submit content on their site for a fee. They may not be taking contributors at the moment but are open to receiving samples from interested writers. They handpick their writers and ensure that they have good writing skills and exceptional work ethic to create content for their clients.
They are open to submissions of poetry as well as writings from writers that can be used in their cards. Payment is weekly via PayPal. Compensation is according to the popularity of a page. Cloud Crowd — To earn money for this company you must set up an account on Facebook and then complete tasks from home. Some of the tasks include data entry, writing, editing and translation.
Constant Content — If you write original articles, you can sell them through this company. Payment is via PayPal or direct deposit on a monthly basis. Payment from the sites are varied. CreateSpace — Make money publishing and selling your books, music, films, eBooks and DVDs directly on Amazon and other channels worldwide.
Custom Papers — This company hires essay writers as independent contractors on a freelance basis. To be considered for the position of writer, you need to write two unique articles for no pay from topics suggested by them. To be allowed to sell you must register on their site by providing appropriate details.
They accept short fiction between and words, and nonfiction between and words. Writing Types: Poetry, short fiction, and nonfiction. They read unsolicited submissions from July 1st to July 31st. They accept submissions from June 1st, to January 15th, They publish science fiction, fantasy, and literary horror.
Even though they accept stories that are up to words, their preferred story length is words. Writing Topics: Speculative fiction. They are currently open to submissions, but will be closed from December 19th, to January 8th, Daily Science Fiction. They look for flash fiction words or less , short fiction up to 10 words , poetry, and small press book review. Submission Dates: Check their submission guidelines for their publication schedule and reading periods.
Dark Discoveries. They only accept horror, dark fantasy, dark sci-fi, and dark mystery stories that are between and words. Writing Topics: Horror tales. Dark Fuse. They accept micro-fiction between 99 and words. Writing Types: Micro-fiction. Writing Topics: Mystery. Mad Scientist Journal.
They look for stories that are written in the first person, between and words, and related to mad science. Flash fiction stories should be between and words, and short stories should be between and words. Writing Topics: Mad science. They are currently open to submissions until December 31, Writing Types: Book reviews, comics, poetry, advice column. Writing Types: Book reviews.
Writing Topics: Books. Writing Types: Book summaries. Writing Topics: Business books. The Cincinnati Review. Writing Types: Book reviews, poetry, short fiction, and nonfiction. Submission Dates: They read submissions between August 15th and March 15th. The Georgia Review. They cover a wide range of cultural interests, such as literature, history, philosophy, anthropology, politics, film, music, and the visual arts. Writing Types: Book reviews, essays, poetry, and fiction. Writing Topics: Travel.
Literary Traveler. They look for articles about creative artists e. Orbitz Blog. Their main categories include the following: top destinations, occasions, roundups and lists, news and features, and infographics. Submission Guidelines: Contact them for more information. AOL Travel. Transition Abroad. They create planning guides for cultural immersion travel, work, study, living, volunteering abroad, and more.
Big Grey Horse. They look for writers from Texas with experience in travel writing who can write destination reviews for restaurants, hotels, events, music, bars, and more. Photos are required. Writing Topics: Texas. Check out their submission guidelines for a list of topics to choose from. They are not looking for chef profiles, restaurant reviews, or trend pieces. Writing Topics: Travel and food. Budget Travel. Perceptive Travel. They look for published print book authors and anthology editors who can write articles aimed at independent travelers.
Tales to Go. Writing Types: Travel stories. They look for articles, stories, and personal adventures in the North American Desert and surrounding regions. A major theme is natural and cultural history. Check out their submission guidelines for more ideas on what topics you could write about. Writing Topics: Deserts of North America, culture, and lifestyle of this area.
Writing Types: Story. Writing Topics: Business ideas that provide enough income for U. Writing Topics: Food and travel. Articles should be a maximum of words. They focus on long-term, independent travel. Writing Types: Feature articles. They specialize in inspiring longform travel journalism and travel stories, as well as comprehensive travel guides to little-known destinations.
Check out their submission guidelines for a list of what they publish. Payment: Pay varies, and is negotiated with the publisher on an individual basis. Wanderlust Magazine. They accept destination features between and words, dispatches shorter, topical features between and words, special-interest features, and consumer articles practical guides for travellers.
The payment for other sections are agreed on commissioning. They look for first-person accounts of a unique trip and destination mini-guides to a favorite region or city. National Geographic Traveler. Traveler feature stories are between and words, and Traveler departments are usually between and words. Arizona Highways. They look for feature stories about experiential travel, history, nature, and long-form profiles, usually between and words.
Submission Dates: Check their website to find out when the query acceptance period ends. Delta SKY Magazine. They look for expertly executed stories about travel, lifestyle, and business. Their features range from — words. Writing Types: Stories. Writing Topics: Travel, lifestyle, and business.
Escapees Magazine. They look for writers who are interested in sharing the RV lifestyle. Writing Topics: RV lifestyle. Hana Hou! They look for creative nonfiction with a fresh approach to travel, culture, people, and life in Hawaii. Keep in mind that they only rarely accept unsolicited submissions. Writing Types: Creative nonfiction. Writing Topics: Hawaii. Los Angeles Times Travel.
They look for two kinds of stories: Weekend Escapes and destination features. Any trips that writers base their stories on must have been taken in the previous two years, and writers must follow specific ethical guidelines. Writing Types: Feature stories. MotorHome Magazine. Oregon Coast Magazine. Check out their submission guidelines for a list of suggested topics.
Writing Topics: Oregon. Pathfinders Travel. Road and Travel. Writing Types: Reviews, articles, and guides. Writing Topics: Automotive, travel, and safety. They look for stories that provide a good sense of place and that are informative, friendly, and opinionated. Check out their submission guidelines for more details on what topics you could write about.
Writing Types: Stories shorter stories rather than features. Trailer Life Magazine. They deliver travel and technical information related to the RV lifestyle to help RV enthusiasts, so all submissions should have an RV focus. Transitions Abroad Magazine. They create inspirational and practical planning guides for cultural immersion travel, work, study, living, volunteering abroad, and more. Writing Topics: Working, living, and studying abroad. Verge Magazine.
Writing Topics: Travelling, volunteering, working, and studying overseas. Alaska Airlines Magazine. Can you write a travel piece with anecdotes, vivid visual images, and a strong narrative flow? New Mexico Magazine. Writing Topics: New Mexico. International Living. Writing Topics: International.
Writing Topics: Jewish wisdom. Eureka Street. Writing Types: Articles and poetry. Writing Topics: Politics, religion, popular culture, and current events. Tablet Magazine. They are a daily online magazine that covers Jewish news, ideas, and culture. They do not accept freelance opinion or editorial op-ed writing, or unsolicited fiction or poetry.
Writing Topics: Jewish arts and culture, life and religion, and news and politics. Payment: Pay varies, so be prepared to negotiate. Judson Press. Writing Types: Devotions. Writing Types: Meditations. Eating Well. They look for writing about food origins and traditions, cooking, nutrition science, and culture. Check out their submission guidelines for more details on what topics you can write about. Writing Types: Stories and recipes.
Writing Topics: Food. They look for true wine experts to write about the best ways to choose, use, install, or enjoy wine cellars, racks, cabinets, and cooling equipment. Writing Topics: Wine. WineMaker Magazine. Some types of articles that they accept include immersive narratives, tip guides, city guides, cultural guides, recipe stories, news, and angle-specific roundups.
Writing Topics: Food, wine, and culture for the ethical traveler. Kashrus Magazine. Writing Topics: Kosher eating. Lucky Peach. They only accept complete articles. Writing Types: Articles and recipes. Whole Life Times. They look for stories about holistic and integrative health, alternative healing, spirituality, personal growth, organic food, sustainability, and other topics related to a healthy and progressive lifestyle.
Writing Topics: Topics related to a healthy and progressive lifestyle. YAM Magazine. Writing Topics: Home and garden, food and wine, experiential travel, arts and culture, and health and fitness. Payment: 0. Healthy Living Magazine. They accept articles about health related topics, as well as anti-aging, beauty, and parenting.
News features should be — words and features should be — words. Writing Types: News features, features, and recipes. Writing Topics: Health. They accept articles about health, fitness, self-improvement, reaching goals, enjoying life, success, beauty, and other topics that relate to improving the quality of life.
Writing Types: Article. Writing Topics: Fitness. Tai Chi Magazine. Writing Topics: Various topics related to tai chi. Yoga Journal. Writing Topics: Yoga. Vibrant Life. Writing Topics: Physical health, mental clarity, and spiritual balance from a practical, Christian perspective. Fitness Magazine. The Health Journal.
Writing Types: Feature stories and columns. Writing Topics: Medical. Writing Topics: Running. Payment: Need to negotiate. Writing Topics: Health and cancer. They cover topics related to spirituality and health, such as faith, eastern philosophy, meditation, nutrition, yoga, holistic medicine, and more. Writing Types: Personal essays, how-to and service pieces, recipes, news, reported narrative journalism, and investigative reporting. Writing Topics: Spirituality and health. American College of Healthcare Sciences blog.
They look for posts — words on your favorite topic related to holistic health and wellness. Writing Topics: Healthcare. Sex, Etc. You have to be a high school or college student who is 19 years old or younger if you want to become a contributor here. Writing Topics: Sex education. Chicken Soup for the Soul. They look for inspirational true stories or poems about ordinary people having extraordinary experiences.
Writing Types: True stories. Anxiety Foundation. They look for unique, family friendly articles written by people who want to share their experience, knowledge, and tips about mental health. Each article should be a minimum of words. Writing Topics: Mental health. They look for informational pieces or light-hearted opinion pieces written in a friendly but knowledgeable way, for parents and pregnant couples.
Writing Topics: Pregnancy and parenting. Their main themes include the following: the science of parenting, the art of parenting, nature, humor, powerful personal narrative, parents as people, and relationships. Writing Topics: Parenting. Stork Guide. The blog posts should be a minimum of words. Writing Types: Blog posts only original feature posts are paid for. They cover a wide range of topics under the following main categories: pregnancy, the kids, and lifestyle.
They publish content under the following categories: pregnancy, food, health, style, life, love, DIY, entertainment, Latina, and community. Red Tricycle. They look for Chicago-based writers to join their team and help parents discover new things to do with their kids. The Bump. What To Expect. Adoptive Families. They cover topics such as open adoption, infertility, adoption from foster care, talking about adoption, older child adoption, the adoption wait, and much more.
Check out their submission guidelines for a list of topics. Writing Types: Articles and essays. Writing Topics: Adoption. A Fine Parent. They look for writers who can share their parenting wisdom through articles with actionable advice and personal stories. Writing Topics: Parenting, pregnancy, fitness, and nutrition. Piedmont Parent. Writing Types: Writing Topics: Parenting. Brain, Child Magazine. Writing Types: Essays, blog posts, debates, opinion pieces, book reviews, and news items.
They will resume reading essays on January 1st, Chicago Parent Magazine. They only accept submissions from writers who are local to the Chicago area. Short articles should be — words, the average feature story should be — words, and parent essays should be — words and written in first-person. Club Mid. Writing Types: Lists, short essays, and humor pieces. Family Fun Magazine. Check out their submission guidelines for a detailed list of the different types of content that they accept.
Her View From Home. The categories that they cover include the following: faith, recipes, lifestyle, fitness, fashion, family, humor, grief, and kids. Payments are based on unique views. Check out their editorial calendar to see the article topics planned for each issue.
Payment: Pay varies, and is based on the assigned word count. Submission Dates: Check the editorial calendar. Lies About Parenting. They look for feature essays between and words. They accept other types of content as well, but they only pay for feature essays. Writing Types: Feature essays, stories, poetry, and reviews. Writing Types: Features, department columns, and stories. Raising Arizona Kids. The Green Parent. They cover the following topics: pregnancy and conscious birth, breastfeeding, family life, alternative education, natural health and beauty, food and drink, eco-house and garden, green travel, and ethical fashion.
The features should be between and words. Check out the different categories on their website to get a better idea of what kind of writing they want. Focus on the Family. Western New York Family Magazine. Parents and Kids Magazine. Alaska Parent. They want feature stories — words , short feature stories — words , and tips — words. Writing Types: Feature stories, short feature stories, and tips. Catholic Digest. They look for word feature articles.
Check out their submission guidelines for a list of possible topics. Writing Topics: Faith and family. They provide strategies and support for ADHD and other learning disabilities. They only accept articles that are retail-focused and that fit into one of the categories listed on their website. Writing Topics: Ecommerce. The Dollar Stretcher. They look for in-depth articles with practical ideas that people can employ to help them stretch their dollars.
Writing Topics: Finance. Leaving Work Behind. Writing Types: Guest posts. Writing Topics: Making money. Writing Topics: Entrepreneurship. Writing Topics: Business. The Krazy Coupon Lady. Writing Topics: Money-saving. The Motley Fool. The New York Opinionator. Writing Types: Opinion articles.
Writing Topics: Finance and business. Wall Street Journal. The topics that they cover include business, breaking news, personal finance and family budgets. They look for articles between and jargon-free words, with strong arguments about issues in the news. Afro-Chic Mompreneur. Writing Topics: Personal finance. They look for guest posts between and words.
Check out their submission guidelines for a list of ideas. Income Diary. They look for useful articles about creating awesome websites, driving traffic, social media, and making money online. Writing Topics: Earning money. Money Crashers. They look for articles on investing, money management, retirement planning, estate planning, tax preparation, credit and debit, real estate, mortgages, frugal living, and lifestyle. Doctor of Credit. They look for writing from lawyers or those with a legal background , manufactured spenders, and unique credit card finders.
The Penny Hoarder. You need to negotiate pay with the editors during the pitching process. Michelle Pippin. Michelle looks for articles written by experts in a business-related topic e. Writing Types: Blog articles.
Pays every 1st day of the next month via PayPal. CEO Hangout. They look for longer, well-researched articles — words by professional writers and journalists, but they very rarely accept articles from writers with low social media reach. Writing Types: Articles, case studies, interviews and success stories, and book reviews. The price needs to be agreed on beforehand, and is based on the social media reach of the writer.
They look for articles between and words that offer practical and actionable business advice. Some types of posts that do well include highly personal articles, highly researched articles, and educational articles.
Their focus is on helping small business owners run their businesses. They look for experienced and established writers to write blog posts between and words that inform, enlighten, or entertain. Their readers are web entrepreneurs. Some of their most well-received articles are about creating great content, interviews with experts, buying and selling websites, driving traffic to websites, SEO, creating awesome websites, blog design features and functionality, and affiliate marketing. But, they emphasize that the article needs to be of the highest standard and of interest to their audience.
Are you an expert in marketing, business growth, or audience building? Mirasee look for posts on audience and engagement e. Writing Topics: Business and marketing. Submission Dates: They are temporarily not accepting posts, until January Writing Topics: Data and economics.
They look for actionable articles that will teach their readers about SEO, content marketing, and social media. Writing Topics: Online marketing. The Work Online Blog. The articles must be at least words and no more than words, but this could be extended if necessary.
Writing Topics: Working online. Writing Topics: Consumer guides. Writing Types: Features, articles, and mini-articles. Writing Topics: Design. Writing Types: Articles and tips. Writing Topics: IT. Payment: Depends on the submission quality, length, and usefulness. They look for field notes, best practices, lessons learned, white papers, guidelines, how-to articles, technical explanations, and more. Writing Types: Articles, field notes, and white papers. Writing Topics: Technology.
A List Apart. They accept mini-articles between and words, articles between and words, and features between and words. Writing Topics: Web design. Spyre Studios. Writing Topics: Web design and development. Photoshop Tutorials. Writing Types: Tutorials. Writing Topics: Photoshop. UX Booth. Some of these websites may even offer to pay you for a guest post — however, check the fine print on these offers! You want to be sure your author byline will appear on the piece so that you have the opportunity to attract more clients and can use the post as one of your writing samples.
Make it as easy as possible for them to offer you freelance work! Once your guest post has been published, add it to your online portfolio. This can be as simple as a bibliography with links provided to each piece, or you can add some clippings. For example, provide the title and link to your guest post on your portfolio page, then include a brief excerpt that showcases the best or most intriguing part of your piece as well. I also recommend that you follow up with the website or blog for which you guest posted!
Let them know that you would love to be considered should they ever have a paid contributor position available. If never hurts to plant a seed for the future, and maintaining positive business connections is paramount. Besides, you never know what might be available to you if you simply ask. You may not be able to get a steady stream of paychecks from these sites, but they do pay for accepted articles from guest contributors. And, many offer a byline.
This is a great way to build out your portfolio of writing samples without doing it for free. As you can see, there is no shortage of places to find freelance writing jobs. A little perseverance will have you a new gig in no time. You should be well-equipped now to get out there and produce some writing samples! Need some more ideas? Miss it and your email is going straight into the Trash.
Make it easy on yourself and avoid trying to appeal to the masses. It will be far easier to market yourself and demand a good wage if you can offer specialized services. If you want to learn how to be a freelance writer, first assess your knowledge and identify your specialties.
If you come from an educational or medical background, there is a large demand for that knowledge online. If you have a passion for travel, fashion or food, there is plenty of room for you too. Anyone can rehash general information. Website owners and bloggers are looking to hire those that know what they are talking about and can connect with readers on a personal level.
If you are great at coupon matchups, there is a job out there for you. Her blog, over at horkeyhandbook. Figuring out what you want to write about is a great first step. How do you do this? By brainstorming what you have experience or expertise with. What do you have career experience in? Management, IT, marketing or sales? All of these are viable niches. How about your hobbies or daily life? Action step: Brainstorm a list of up to five niches that you have some experience or interest in.
This catches a lot of people up out of the gate. Create some. The point is, that you need to have samples to verify you can write and display your unique voice and style. Action step: Have pieces ready in the niches that you want to write in to be prepared for pitching jobs. Would most people including myself recommend it? There are other ways to display your portfolio instead. I have two portfolios; one on my website and another on Pinterest. Pinterest is an easy and free way to display your portfolio.
The only prereq is that each post needs to have a photo to go along with it, in order to pin it. Action step: Decide if you want to display your portfolio on your own website or start a Pinterest board to display your samples instead. One of the easiest ways to source writing job leads is job boards. Where do you find jobs to pitch? Action step: Start looking for jobs to pitch. Use the list I gave you above, reach out to companies and websites individually or network with friends and family to see who might be in need of a writer.
Last, but not least you need to start pitching! Chalk up each rejection or non-reply as a win. Each No is getting you closer to a Yes! Angie Nelson began working from home in when she took her future into her own hands and found a way to escape the corporate cubicle farm. Today she balances several successful online ventures and loves to share her passion for home business with others. Angie Nelson began working from home in when she figured out how to take her future into her own hands and escape the corporate cubicle farm.
That story really affected me. Best of luck! Great tips, useful inks and excellent post! For those who are looking for a writing site that pays a bit more than most, try Constant Content. You need to be a decent writer with good grammar, but you set your own prices and can make reasonable money if you put the effort in. Angie, I should also mention that I got a nice blogging job from this very list of resources! Great clients who appreciate quality, and at least for now steady work.
Writers often feel they have to look for work locally. Not so: this job was in Texas, and I live in Australia! This post is a fantastic resource, and you clearly know your stuff. I found the transition from writing for print books to writing for websites a bit of an adjustment too. The main difference is the length of paragraphs. These can go one forever in print, but I try to reduce my online paragraphs to sentences for the shorter-attention -span web reader.
Thank you for sharing! Great post! Definitely a great resource for writing opportunities. This is excellent. I have a whole list of things to do now this weekend! Thank you! When I started doing freelance writing, I went with who I knew locally. Hooking up with some marketing companies and website designers who always had a need for copywriting really helped get me started. This is really helpful information, thanks so much for sharing! I write for television, and am just transitioning now to print.
It is quite different, but I am so enjoying the challenge. Thanks for the great post! I am forwarding this to someone who may be interested in doing this sort of thing. I also like writing articles about parenting, pregnancy, relationships, animals, writing, and language. I would like to enquire about any jobs available in those categories. Your best bet is to follow the Problogger Job Board linked to above.
There is always a wide variety of freelance writing jobs listed. Thank you very much, Angie. This article was very helpful. I am totally new to this, and have zero experience, so…. Most sites will tell you the rate per article before accepting any assignments. It changes frequently and is often based on experience.
Most pay by PayPal or direct deposit. Amazing article Angie, just wandering if you have the same or similar research done for website owner , blog owner on how to heir a freelance writer on a giving topic? You say there is a high demand for education writers online. If you have a background in education, there are several companies that hire for curriculum writers.
Look into Shmoop and depending on the time of year I frequently see job listings on Indeed. The demand seems to be seasonal. Do you have a degree in education? Test scoring is also an option. Great post and helpful info! I love elance for finding new clients. In many cases one job turned into an ongoing relationship. You have to submit a profile, and they choose you if the job fits. Useful tips for beginners, especially the one about free samples. Thanks for the information, really helpful.
I have been thinking of trying it out since I am a stay a home mum. Are there are any specific qualifications needed to begin online writing. It is getting really frustrating. I started writing in 9th grade when my English teacher insisted i had a knack for it. I am currently working on a novel, but would love to venture into some other projects as well. Thanks so much in advance. I am fluent in English but I like to write and read more in Spanish.
Is here any website looking for Spanish speaking writers. Hi, Christine. We also have this post on bilingual work at home positions with some other ideas. I have been trying to get clients for a month now but not a single one. Iv been sending samples but no response. Am very creative, relevant and good in both spoken and written grammar. Am a house wife and have all the time to deliver any article whenever required.
Please advice. I actually started my blog as a freelance writer portfolio in the beginning! Thanks for another awesome post Angie. Can someone from Nigeria in west Africa find job with any of the clients and get paid. Its like pay pal does not work in Nigeria. How can I be paid in case I earn some money. Thanks in advance. Sorry, Kennedy.
Join over 7, writers in my free class right here, all about how to land high-paying clients with a simple, 3-step, proven writer marketing strategy. This arts magazine centers around culture in Chicago. They are especially open to stories about marginalized voices, and seek submissions from minority writers.
Art papers looks for interviews, reviews, features on an artist or an artwork. It also publishes original photography and pieces. Critical Read wants bios on artists that explain a specific piece or a collection of work. They want news, reviews, and other related content. Covering the business-related aspects of being a professional artist, the magazine delves into everything from marketing, making sales, and useful online tools.
As the name suggests, this is a magazine for artists by artists. They are looking for people who understand technique and who can write how-tos, interviews, and reports on exhibitions and art-related events. This magazine is all about forests in America. Earth Island covers anything having to do with environmental issues. They seek pieces on technology, policy, profiles, public health, cultural survival, and more. This Australian magazine is all about sustainable living.
They want profiles on trail blazers, useful infographics, travel, and more. Hakai publishes on the science of coasts and their ecosystems. They want well-researched articles and have a long lead time. This high-paying and highly-respected magazine covers topics having to do with American National Parks. Belonging to the Sierra Club, this magazine seeks to bring positive stories to the discussion of environmental conservation. Tenderly focuses on vegan lifestyle. They cover a wide array of topics, including environmental justice and animal rights.
This magazine covers climate change, pollution, and wildlife conservation. Affiliaise is looking for bloggers with expertise on monetizing through affiliate marketing. They want useful advice on this topic, as well as stories on business and technology.
This blogs seeks experts who have knowledge on how to build a profitable small business and how to hack your way through headaches and failures. Forbes is the authority when it comes to business and finance. To break in, you need a story that is high-caliber and that has not been covered elsewhere. This is an online freelance writing job that may be more well-suited to writers who have some experience, so consider that before pitching!
Anyone who makes money online, works from home, or has a successful website is welcome to pitch to Income Diary to help others who want to do the same. They note on their website that you should specify wanting to be paid when you send your pitch. If you have been successful at making money from home and online, Income Voices wants your knowledge and advise.
The more creative, the better. Remark Me focuses both on making money and saving money, covering diverse topics like working from home, passive income, and tech. This blog covers all aspects of online marketing. They accept guest posts and useful tutorials on email marketing, WordPress, and other relevant tools.
Freshbooks helps freelancers and small business owners handle their finances, so it only makes sense that their blog would focus on this as well. Toggl is used by freelancers to keep track of the time they spent on tasks. Their blog focuses on aspects of working from home, freelancing, and personal finance. They specifically ask for unusual takes on common subjects. If you have great knowledge of the stock market and have advice and commentary on trading and its trends, send your ideas over and help others increase their nest eggs.
This highly-respected publication is seeking deep and interesting reports on all things food. In harmony with its name, Eating Well wants to show the world how to eat more cleanly and sustainably. They focus on health, recipes, and trends, but also accept travel stories. This Seattle magazine wants to honor its city by showcasing its incredible food scene.
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This magazine focuses on the wonderful delights that can be found along the Oregon coast. They have a food section that highlights local restaurants, as well as travel and shopping sections. Plate is a respected food magazine that accepts recipes, food and drink stories, and exclusive profiles. If you have an amazing food story of national interest though not necessarily based in the US submit it to this widely recognized blog.
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