Are you on the hunt for freelance writing jobs?
If you’re not looking in the right places, you might spend a lot of time chasing tracks that lead to nowhere.
Maybe you’re in a barren client landscape. Or you’re surrounded by hoards of other hunters looking for freelance writing jobs. Or maybe you took a wrong turn, and you’re completely lost.
It happens. But don’t panic. All you need to do is reorient yourself and get back on track.
If you haven’t seen any well-paying freelance writing jobs lately, it doesn’t mean they’re not out there. In fact, there’s more than enough to go around in almost every niche.
So how do you track down good freelance writing jobs? Use these tips to find work. Happy hunting.
Wondering where to focus your efforts to find well-paying freelance writing jobs in 2019?
Let’s start with the obvious. It’s not content mills or bids sites, and never will be. (Check out last year’s forecast, and I think you’ll see that’s been true for a while.)
If that’s where you’ve been spending your time, you’re only going to get more of the same crap freelance writing jobs.
The good news. There’s never been a better time to be a freelance writer. If you do it right, you can absolutely make a living writing.
Trade pubs and niche magazines always need writers. And every legit business trying to capture a piece of their market needs content: blog posts, web page copy, case studies, email campaigns, etc.
So what does the freelance writing jobs forecast look like for 2019?
This year, I’ve reached out to a wide variety of commentators, including other coaches, freelance experts, and working freelance writers — and you’ll find not all of them agree on what 2019 will bring. Check out these predictions from 10 experts to help you move up and earn more.