It used to be that my name was synonymous with freelance writing jobs, or helping freelance writers to land jobs. Now I’m learning there are people who feel I’m only for the promotion of content “mills” for freelance writing jobs, and that’s so far from the truth it’s silly. I’m about keeping freelance writers busy and employed. I’m for encouraging freelance writers to make the choices that work best for them, but to also aim high. Because I won’t knock writers for starting with content sites, and because I won’t pretend I never wrote for content sites, my name is being bandied about as someone who recommends writers only write for content sites or as someone who doesn’t care to “empower” writers. Because I do something more than complain, people feel I’m an advocate for low wages. It’s silly, really. The good thing about negativity is how it breeds opportunity. Here it is:
15 Posts About Finding the Best Freelance Writing Opportunities
- 40 Freelance Writing Markets Paying $100 or More
- 30 Types of Freelance Writing Jobs and How to Get Them
- How to Find the High Paying Freelance Writing Jobs
- Score High Paying Writing and Blogging Gigs
- Why You Should Consider Cold Calling to Find Work
- 5 Ways to Step Away from the Job Boards and Create Your Own Freelance Writing Opportunities
- Networking in Your Community: Finding the Freelance Writing Opportunities in Your Area
- 5 Places to Find Higher Paying Freelance Writing Jobs
- 10 Marketing Tips for Freelance Writers
- The Secret’s Out: Non Profit Gigs are Profitable
- Do You Have All Your Eggs in One Basket?
- 60 Tips for Getting Started in Your Freelance Writing Career
- How to Turn a Low Paying Client into a High Paying Client
- How to Find the Confidence to Ask for a Raise
- The Best of FWJ: 15 Posts About Rates
So much gold in this roundup! Thank you for putting it all in one place.
Tania Mara says
I had bookmarked 40 Freelance Writing Markets Paying $100 or More when you published it. In fact, I already knew many of these posts. But I also found some I had overlooked, so I’m going to read them all and probably add a few more to my bookmarks.