Writing Jobs

by Amy Kennedy

Freelance writing is an excellent career to start if you want to work from home and have good writing skills and the desire to help people. But in recent years, the freelance writing market has become saturated with scam websites,...

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by Amy Kennedy

I love writing. I went to college, majoring in English, and never got anything below an A on my papers. There’s something about writing that gives me joy. Maybe it’s the fact that you learn so many new things through...

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by anvitalis

With freelance writing propelling forward as one of the top ways for independent contractors to earn money without traditional employment, there’s no denying that it’s a career with a lot of promise. Writers in all forms – creative writers, technical...

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by Amy Kennedy

One of the many forms of freelance writing that exists today is known as academic writing. Academic writing can take on a number of forms, but it mostly pertains to essay writing and other assignments having to do with helping...

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by Amy Kennedy

Calling all sports fanatics! Have you ever wondered not just how to write about sports, but also how to get paid to do it? Of course, if you really love sports and writing, you’ll enjoy writing about your favorite athletes,...

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by Amy Kennedy

You’ve probably heard of freelance writing. It’s quickly becoming one of the top ways to earn money online. You’ve also probably heard about how hard it is to compete with the hundreds of thousands of other people also clamoring to...

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by anvitalis

You might be amazed at how many writing jobs are out there today. There are loads of great jobs for you to look for that cover a vast variety of subjects and topics. But how are you going to find...

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by anvitalis

The world of article writing is great in that you can write about practically anything for just about anyone. But in order to make your career in writing stand out, you have to look at who you are working for....

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by anvitalis

Have you ever gone to a website and noticed how detailed some of the clients at such a place might be? You might have noticed that some of these spots are really elaborate with the content they offer. They work...

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by anvitalis

If you’re looking to write stuff online then you should see how Clearvoice works. I looked around the Clearvoice website and found that it’s a place that features quite a number of freelance writing jobs. But even with that, I...

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by Amy Kennedy

If you like correcting grammar, spelling, and punctuation, you may be able to proofread online for money! Whether you join a company as an employee or search for freelance proofreading jobs, there is good money to make in this career....

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by Erica Martin

There are many ways you can make money writing from home. You’ll find a lot of posts that talk about specific companies, but I wanted to do a quick run-down on the most popular ways to make money writing from...

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by Erica Martin

Love to write about TV and movies? Well, the good news is there are five sites where you can get paid for writing about TV and movies. In this post, I’ll provide a little more information on them. #1 – Screen...

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by Erica Martin

I recently found out about a writing website called  Article Document on a freelancing group I belong to on Facebook and decided to check it out.  This post will provide information on the different assignments available on Article Document and...

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by Leisa Good

Are you a freelance writer looking for a challenge? Are you a fast and accurate writer? Are you tired of making the least amount for your writing? Then ArticleBunny might have something for you. What is ArticleBunny? ArticleBunny is a...

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by Kelsey Sunstrum

Content mills seem like every freelancer’s nightmare, but WriterAccess has proved this is a completely unwarranted rep! Though admittedly not the highest-paying gig, WriterAccess differs from run-of-the-mill content mills in that they offer opportunities to premium projects, partnerships with high-profile...

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by Kelsey Sunstrum

Freelance writers, especially those just starting out, have a love-hate relationship with content mills. On the one hand, it’s a hard business to break into and content mills give you an opportunity to practice your chops while offering some compensation....

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by Miranda Grimm

If you are planning to begin a career in online freelance writing, you first have to learn about the industry and then determine the steps needed to make your way into this line of work. A lot of freelance writers...

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by Kelsey Sunstrum

Working as a freelancer for a content mill can be scrupulous. The rates are often laughable, the expectations fuzzy, the payments frequently delayed, and the credit nonexistent. Still, you have to get your foot in the door somewhere and for...

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by Miranda Grimm

Beginning a freelance career in writing is a great idea! There are many resources, your work schedule can be as flexible as you need and you can make a true full time working wage as a freelance writer. However, nowadays...

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by Leisa Good

Would you like to see education become “funny, friendly, and freaking fantastic”? Are you comfortable writing academically and lesson planning at the Masters and Ph.D. level? Would you like to do all of this while working from home? Then Shmoop...

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by Miranda Grimm

Many companies who utilize online marketing to increase brand visibility and boost sales have seen their websites affected by Google’s algorithm changes in recent years. However, for freelance content writers this represents a huge opportunity. If you are a freelance...

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by Miranda Grimm

Whether you are an experienced freelance travel writer with hundreds of published pieces or new to writing but have a passion for travel and exploring cultures, here are five companies that pay freelance writers to write, research and love traveling....

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by Miranda Grimm

Content mills have garnered a bad rap. Experienced freelancers bash them in forums and warn newbies away from them. But are content mills really that bad? No, they’re not, and if you haven’t ever written online, here are three reasons...

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by Megan Thacker

If you’re an online content writer who wants to get paid for writing original articles on topics you choose, TOOVIA may be right up your alley. Instead of choosing from a list of topics, TOOVIA content jockeys – the site’s...

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by Miranda Grimm

If you’re a freelance writer or content creator, speed is your friend. When you’re starting out and you don’t have very lucrative contracts, you often have to write multiple articles a day to achieve your target income. For example, if...

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by FStewart

Newslines is a new site that pays you to write 50 to 100 word summaries about news stories in a particular timeline.  For example, there are Newsline about celebrities, televisions shows, events, and more.  A celebrity newline might list happenings...

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by Leisa Good

Are you tired of large bidding sites? Would you prefer the quality of jobs over the quantity of jobs? Do you appreciate a site that advertises at several other sites? Then Kinzer Projects might be the place for you.  ...

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by FStewart

If you ever browse Craigslist looking for freelance writing jobs, especially if you have done so lately, it is very possible you have come across the writing site Zemandi.com. On first glance they look like an outstanding opportunity, especially for...

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by Miranda Grimm

Copify is a copywriting service website that hires Freelance writers from the US, UK, Australia and Canada. Based out of the United Kingdom, Copify claims to only hire skilled writers to provide services to a variety of markets and niches....

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by Erica Martin

Yahoo! Voices, previously called Yahoo! Contributor Network or Associated Content, is one of my favorite sites to write for. You can write about what you want to write about, or you can write articles about any topics that Yahoo! Voices...

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by Miranda Grimm

TextMaster offers Copywriting, Proofreading and Translation services to a variety of clients. They provide web content for blogs and articles as well. Today we will be reviewing the basic jobs offered to freelancers at TextMaster as an overview. Later, in...

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by FStewart

It appears that a few years ago Internet Brands was a jumpin jivin’ content mill for freelancers.  They work with several reputable companies, pay well, and at the time had plenty of work.  After a while it seems, as with...

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by Leisa Good

Do you enjoy reading and feel passionate about promoting books that you believe in? Do you ever fantasize about the glamorous world of book publishing? Well, then Outskirts Press might be the ideal work-at-home (WAH) job for you!   What...

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by FStewart

Constant Content is a platform for buying and selling articles. There are two different ways to make money writing for constant content. Writers can either fulfill a request for an article, or they can post articles on the topic of...

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by FStewart

HireWriters is a newer content mill that seems to be doing well.  There is not a lot of chatter about it on the forums or online, which probably means people are getting paid.  Typically if there is anything negative to...

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by Miranda Grimm

Note: This is a Guest Post from Greg Secrist Buykeywordarticles.com (BKA) Review In today’s write from home industry, content creation services are a dime a dozen with most being small start-ups with a very limited client base. However, in every industry there...

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by Erica Martin

Revenue share sites like Yahoo! Contributor Network, Hubpages, and Squidoo can be a great way to make extra income writing, because they allow you to write on topics that you’re passionate about, rather than topics that someone else wants you...

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by Leisa Good

If there is one thing that we work-at-homers (WAHers) know, it is that our opinions count. Not only do our opinions count, but with the right work-at-home company, we can also get paid for our opinions. One place of these...

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by FStewart

ConsumerSearch.com is a website that offers consumers comprehensive, comparative reviews on tons of products. This is a great place to do research on anything you want to purchase. Making an informed decision is ever important, and ConsumerSearch takes its role...

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by FStewart

Interact Media is a standard content mill in which writers can select orders from a job board. Workflow varies, but the board is rarely empty. Pay for each article varies as well, and as usual the writer’s ranking dictates which...

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by FStewart

Article Marketing Co. is a web content and SEO company that provides writing services. As such, they hire writers to fill orders for their clients. They often advertise on Craigslist, ProBlogger, and other job boards, and I have applied for...

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by Miranda Grimm

What is PeoplePerHour? PeoplePerHour is similar in its core to sites like Odesk or Fiverr where you list your services and/or bid on tasks posted by freelance seekers. As a freelancer you can quickly set up a profile page to...

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by FStewart

Textbroker seems to be a very common starting place for those looking to start a career in freelance writing.  While they are a good start, most freelancers need several eggs in their basket.  Following are some sites similar to Textbroker,...

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by FStewart

Squidoo is a writing site loosely comparable to Yahoo Contributor Network and HubPages. It is different from a content mill in that you can write whatever your little heart desires, within reason. Any topic, any stance, any length, you can...

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by Jess Weaver

  Since I began working at home in 2011 things have really changed. I started out writing for companies and now I benefit from mostly private clients. It’s great to know that I can make a lot more money through...

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by FStewart

Need an Article is a content mill where writers who are hired can select articles from a job board and get paid upon completion. In this way it is similar to several other content mills out there such as Textbroker,...

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by FStewart

A few months ago I decided to try my hand at Elance again, since I had been doing this writing thing for a while. I have not let go of my other eggs, but I wanted to try something new,...

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by Miranda Grimm

What is RedGage? “RedGage is a website that pays you for the content you create and share. Upload your blogs, photos, videos, documents or links and start earning money.” RedGage claims to pay users for being active socially and sharing...

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by Erica Martin

11/08/2018 Update: Blogmutt changed to “Verblio.com”. Bonny Harper recently did a guest post on Real Ways to Earn Money from Home about Blogmutt, a site that pays you to write blogs posts for their customers.  There are a few things that...

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