Content mills and bidding sites such as Upwork and Elance might seem like great options to break into the world of freelance writing. After all, they offer paid work that, on paper, seems like it will eventually pay well in addition to looking great on your portfolio. Many writers hope that these mills will offer them the much-needed leg up to freelance full time, but unfortunately it’s not very likely. [Read more…]
Archives for April 2017
Hey, everyone! It’s been a while.
How was Easter weekend? I had a great break and am getting ready to get back to normal work – everything will be back to normal once I get some more sleep to shake off the headache and irritation due to my flight being delayed for hours. That meant staying at the airport overnight! (I hope this didn’t happen to any of you.)
I have been away for far too long now, though, so let’s not wait any longer for writing jobs. Here you go.
Good morning, everyone!
Today’s going to be the last time we post writing jobs online this week. We’ll also be taking a break on Monday, so the jobs will be back on Tuesday.
Who’s taking a break, too? I hope most – if not all – of you are.
Before that, do take a look at today’s writing gigs. I hope you end the week on a high by landing a new gig or two.
Good luck everyone, and see you on Tuesday. Have a great weekend!
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Good morning, FWJ folks!
It’s the start of the Holy Week in some parts of the world, so it is going to be a short one for some of us. In fact, I am going to take a break on Friday (and next Monday). Who’s got plans, too?
For now, though, let’s take a look at writing jobs online and on-site. Go through the list of freelance, part-time, and temporary writing jobs. I hope you land new jobs that will add to your income this April.
Have a good week ahead!
How did the week go for you?
If I were to use describe my week using only one word, it would be “bittersweet”. How about you?
How about this weekend, do you plan on NOT working at all? I am hoping to do just that, but we’ve got tasks to finish. What is a freelance writer to do? Still, you can never have enough jobs to make sure you’ve got enough stashed away for those lean months, so here are the last of the writing jobs for the week. Slim pickings, but let’s hope things get better next week.