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3 Freelance Writing Jobs | 19 Dec 2023

'Three of this week's well-paying freelance writing jobs from across the web.'

Helping You Master Content Strategy Creation For Your Writing Clients

This week we're looking at a couple of freelance writing gigs that you pitch for and one that's a j.o.b. (as in you're an actual employee). Check them out and see what you think. What would make you want to apply (or not apply) for each of them?

Travel Writer | @thisisinsider

@thisisinsider is open to pitches from writers who are planning a ferry trip. Can be a ferry trip in the US or from the US to another country. Pay starts at $200 USD.

Freelance Writer | GriffethReview

GriffethReview are currently accepting non-fiction pitches for GR Online, their online publishing platform. This is where they showcase short (1,000–1,500 words) pieces of commentary, analysis and critique on subjects as diverse, esoteric or topical as you like. Pay = $0.75/word AUD

Freelance Writer | DigitalPromo Pros

You'll be developing creative and strategic content for various digital channels, including websites, blogs, social media, email campaigns, and more. Pay = commensurate with experience.

The Road Less Travelled - Alternative Ways To Get Paid For Your Writing Skills

In this section, we highlight people who are successfully building businesses based on their (or other people's) writing skills.

Kath Walters is a professional business writer, who not only writes, but is also a business book coach. She helps experts turn their ideas and frameworks into books that people WANT to read.

Kath was a guest on my Online Business Launchpad podcast and I thought you might enjoy listening in.

Ep. 35: How To Write A Business Book That People Will Want To Read With Kath Walters
Learn how to write a business book that people will want to read with Kath Walters. Online Business Liftoff.

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