Tag Archives: Writing Jobs

Strange Jobs You Find on Upwork and Other Portals

When it comes to work, there’s a new game in town. Freelancing is sweeping across the world. People everywhere are saying farewell to their brick and mortar jobs. The new trend is freelance, virtual work, or work from home jobs. Whether you’re looking to freelance part-time to supplement a regular job or to earn a […]

Write for Us Opportunities (Online Jobs; Guest Posts; More)

As a freelance writer, one of the most important elements to success is the ability to write well and in a way, that engages the reader. The second most important key to a successful freelance writing career is finding the clients who are looking for writers! If you’re like other freelance writers, you’ve heard of […]

Make Money from Home: Find Work on Craigslist

Looking to find work on Craigslist? This is something that FWU’s own PJ Aitken joked about in his book, The Online Writer’s Companion, but even he conceded that there are benefits to this site if you are a freelancer. And in this article, I’ll show you some of the ways that you can use this […]

Make Money From Home: Find Easy Freelance Jobs

Once upon a time, I was hitchhiking in St. Joseph, Missouri, when a man waved me over from his white pickup truck. He gave me a proposition: “Fifty bucks a day and a place to stay.” I did the math and it sounded good—after all, I was on some type of ill-advised Kerouac odyssey and […]

Make Money From Home: Find Freelance Writing Jobs

Consider this: every time you’ve see a written word online or in print, someone had to write that. The words in an editorial section of a newspaper, that instruction manual, that ad campaign—if you’re looking to find work as a freelancer writer, it’s right in front of you. That sounds harsh, and I can hear […]

Adjacent Skill Sets: Get More Freelance Writing Jobs

One of the interesting things about taking on writing as a career is as I’ve mentioned before is the ability to learn new skills. The more skills, the greater the benefits to your career. I call these “adjacent skill sets.” You’re not exactly transitioning your career in a direction that’s completely left-field from the industry […]