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With the newly re-launched writers' markets directory here at All Freelance Writing, I have the ability to create and share specialized markets with you that will automatically update when markets are added, removed, or changed in the database. For example, if you're...read more
If you work from a home office most of the time, things can start to feel a bit dull before long. There might come a time when you want to work on freelance writing projects pretty much anywhere else just for a change of scenery. You could take the traditional routes...read more
How would you like to earn $100 per blog post? You can earn that and more writing online if you know where to look. While I often point out that the best gigs are rarely advertised, that doesn't mean you can't find some public gems out there for newer freelance...read more
Over the past couple of months we've talked a lot about freelance writer sites -- 5 great freelance writer sites as inspiration, what your freelance writer site should include, why I think you should include rates on your freelance site, and more. Today let's look at...read more
Recently I sent out newsletters to subscribers inviting them to apply for an upcoming freelance writing experiment where I'll work with a writer one-on-one for a few months to improve or revitalize their career. Today I was pouring over those applications, and the...read more
Latest Freelance Writing Jobs
|Date||Job Title||Category||Pay Range|
|09/18/2018||Professional Writer (Spanish required)||Other Freelance Writing Jobs||$1000+ (PRO RATE)|
|09/05/2018||iPhone Photography Writers Needed||Blogging / Web Content Writing||$100 - 250 (PRO RATE)|
|09/05/2018||Freelance Medical Content Writer||Blogging / Web Content Writing||$25 - 50 (LOW PAY)|
|09/04/2018||Freelance Automotive Writer||Blogging / Web Content Writing||$25 - 50 (LOW PAY)|
|09/03/2018||Conference Session Cliff Notes||Business Writing / Copywriting||$50 - 100 (SEMI-PRO)|
Find Freelance Writers
(Or advertise your freelance writing services in the freelance writer directory.)
|Sophia Murphy||Freelance Writer, Content Writer, Editor||Other Freelance Writers|
|Kasey Fox||Freelance Content Writer||Blogger / Web Content Writer|
|Lizzy Saxe||Food and Pop Culture Writer||Magazine Writer / Feature Writer / Journalist|
|Jared White||Web Content Author & Editor||Blogger / Web Content Writer|
|Max Dorfman||Experienced Science and Health Writer||Health or Medical Writer|
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