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Market Report: The 5 Worst Kinds of Freelance Writing Jobs

Skip these dead end freelance writing jobs. Makealivingwriting.com

When you’re looking to earn a living as a freelance writer, there’s one important thing to know: Not all freelance writing jobs are created equal.

Some types of writing offer terrific pay, while others always seem to pay peanuts. If you focus your efforts on better-paying opportunities and avoid wasted time on niches that don’t offer pro rates, you’ll improve your odds of building a serious freelance income.

Recently, I’ve had quite a few coaching students announce plans to focus on niches where I believe there is little or no paid opportunity. So I think it’s time to call these out, so writers can avoid them.

Wondering which types of writing are unlikely to pay the bills? Here’s my list of the five worst types freelance writing jobs:

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How Writers Can Fulfill Their Mission — Today

As a writer, how do you know if you’ve really made it? Here’s an idea: You can say you’ve done it if you have fulfilled your mission. This thought was put in front of me by literary agent  Donald Maass,

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What You Can Learn from One Writer’s Unlikely NY Times Bestsellers

Success as a writer often happens much as it does in any other type of business — from recognizing a need in the marketplace and filling it. I recently met one writer who’s an inspiration in this area. He’s got

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The Key Thing Aspiring Writers Need to Do to Become Legit

Do you feel like you can’t call yourself a pro writer right now? If you introduce yourself to people as an aspiring writer, I want to help you change that today. Yes, by the end of this post. Insecurity is

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