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Online Writing Jobs: The Inside Scoop on 17 Job Boards

The Inside Scoop on 17 Writer Job Boards. Makealivingwriting.com

Do you regularly scan job boards looking for online writing jobs, but only find low-paying gigs? If so, you might need to get a little choosier about where you look.

If your typical rates are above what the listings offer, it may be time to stop checking the job boards altogether. In general, you’ll do better with proactive prospecting to find your own clients, rather than applying to mass-online-job ads where you compete with hundreds of writers.

But if checking online job ads is still a part of your regular marketing routine, at least be an educated freelancer and target boards that are the best fit for you. We interviewed site owners and researched listings to bring you this inside look at what’s available on 17 top boards:

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3 Simple Ways to Find Better-Paying Freelance Writing Jobs

Do you feel like it’s a pipe dream to make a living as a freelance writer? I hear a lot of comments like this from writers who are about ready to give up on their writing dreams. They write me

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The Very Best Place Online for Freelance Writers

Earlier this week, I wrote about the many ways being fully booked helps your writing business. Several readers asked if I could discuss the marketing strategies I used to help fill up my schedule.

I’m happy to do so. I think many writers are wondering what the best marketing methods are, particularly what Web sites and online strategies are really useful.

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