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3 History-Focused Freelance Writing Gigs | 12 March 2024

'Three of this week's non-fiction, history-focused freelance writing jobs from across the web.'

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Non-Fiction History Freelance Writers | Contingent Magazine

Contingent Magazine is calling for pitches for a variety of different types of non-fiction, history-based writing. Check their "Pitch Us" page for what they are looking for and their rates.

Writer-Freelance | Stacker (US Remote)

Stacker is a data-driven online journalism outlet and newswire that covers a range of verticals with real-world relevance (U.S. and world news, politics, history, money, science and health, entertainment, sports, and lifestyle). Pay dependent on type of content produced, word count and experience levels.

Freelance Writer | National Geographic

This was in last week's post, but take a look at this one with fresh eyes. National Geographic is looking for pitches for timely culture, history, health/wellness, and trend explainers/stories. More specifically: mythology, supernatural, strange history, and fitness trend stories. Can intersect with travel. Pay: $1/word.

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.

Rachel Smith (from Rachel's List) and journalist and content writer Lynne Testoni serve up weekly short bites of advice, tips and strategies for freelancers who make a living from using their words.

Their Content Byte podcast is full of really useful interviews with freelancers who use their expertise and skill with words to make money.

Check out this episode with Bec Haddad who talks about Web 3 and content marketing. Listen on:

We hope you are inspired to get out there and start earning (or earning more) from your writing.

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