How to Place and View Freelance Writing Job Ads

Please see the new Freelance Writing Jobs Ad Submission Form.

We bring Freelance Writing Jobs to you two different ways. The first is the daily jobs list. We troll the freelance writing jobs boards and post the best gigs for you on our Freelance Writing Jobs for Web and Print page. The second way is when clients email gigs for me to manually place in a stand alone blog post on the same blog. The problem with the second option is that gigs are emailed to me and I post them directly to the blog. This isn’t working. Potential clients have to wait too long for me to get to my email and set up the ads, and if they want them removed I sometimes have to go back weeks to find them.

Today we installed the AWCAP (Another WordPress Classified Ads Plugin ) Plugin in order to streamline the process a bit. A major change taking place as a result of this installation.

There is now a charge to post freelance writing jobs. Anyone wishing to place a classified ad will have to shell out $10 for a post lasting 30 days and $25 for a post lasting 90 days. It’s all fully automated meaning no one has to wait for me to post and remove ads anymore. If you’ve ever seen the amount of email I get in one day, you’d understand why this is necessary.

These ads can be viewed on the Freelance Writing Job Ads page or at the Freelance Writing Jobs for Web and Print page where I will link to any new jobs in the daily leads post.

Please note that ads for the following jobs are not accepted at Freelance Writing Jobs:

  • Jobs that don’t pay
  • Jobs that only pay revenue or traffic bonuses
  • Jobs that pay anything other than money
  • Jobs for term paper mills
  • Jobs that pay under $10

Thanks for understanding and bearing with us as we make some necessary changes. Expect more surprises in the next couple of months.






3 responses
  1. Brian Avatar

    Glad to hear you’ll get paid and it’ll take less of your time. Is there an RSS feed for the jobs, or will they come through with the usual job lead article?

  2. Phil Avatar


    You may want to reconsider “shell out,” don’t think the wording is professional enough for this portion of the blog….just my option.

  3. Melody Wright-Joseph Avatar

    I don’t understand freelance writing, I thought you write whatever you feel. I don’t know how to do ads. I can’t tell people how to do this step by step because many time I am looking for how to projects myself. I don’t know how to do anything but write novels, short stories, and poems. I don’t know what freelance writing have to do with this. Why do you have to pay to work as a freelance writer, how do you know it’s not a gimmick like many other sites on the internet. I just want to explore and work in a career that I really love and that is writing. How do I come up with articles that don’t tell lies, don’t force you to say what others are saying, and articles about something you know. I can talk about topics on why children aren’t very smart in school, how to overcome abuse in a relationship, or maintaining a good selfesteem about oneself.

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