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All Freelance Writing has 12+ years of advice, tips, tutorials, and industry insight for freelance writers. These hand-picked articles will give you an introduction to the kind of content you can find in the freelance writing blog archives. You'll also find a small selection of my free writers' resources on this page.

While these articles will remain online, and many will be updated from time to time, most new content for freelance writers will be for more experienced pros at an upcoming site, Freelance Writing Pros. As your business grows and you're looking for more advanced marketing tactics and business advice, I hope you'll join me there.

If you're a new freelancer and you have a question you'd like to see me answer here at All Freelance Writing, submit your question any time.

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Websites & Blogs that Pay Writers $500 or More

One of the more popular posts here at All Freelance Writing is my auto-updated list of websites and blogs that pay $100 or more per article. But $100 per post isn't the great rate some newer freelancers think it is. That's a low rate on the professional scale, though...

Poetry Writers’ Markets Paying $50 (and more!)

Most freelance writing markets promoted here revolve around nonfiction writing. But plenty of outlets are interested in your more creative writing as well -- such as poetry. These poetry writers' markets can pay $50, and sometimes much more, for accepted poems. Like...

Updates & Improvements to the Job Board, Writer Directory, and More

In my last update here I let you know that the All Freelance Writing blog would no longer be updated regularly but that the site as a whole would continue to serve as a resource through more frequent updates to the freelance writing job board and writers' market...

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Updates & Improvements to the Job Board, Writer Directory, and More

In my last update here I let you know that the All Freelance Writing blog would no longer be updated regularly but that the site as a whole would continue to serve as a resource through more frequent updates to the freelance writing job board and writers' market...

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