freelance writing jobs

Freelance writing jobs are probably the most lucrative work from home job right now.

Why do I say that?

With so many websites coming up, there is a constant demand for content creation.

This is where freelance writers come in. Freelance writers can utilize their skill to write for blogs, magazines, online publications, etc.

They can also be hired by some big websites or bloggers to be a staff writer for their websites. That can become a steady stream of income.

There are many places you can look for good-paying freelance writing jobs like ProBlogger, Contena, and BloggingPro.com.

One thing you would have to be sure of when you are a newbie is that your grammar and English language skills have to be good when applying for writing gigs—this being the most important requirement.

I am not a professional writer, but something that helps me to write is Grammarly. It does an excellent job of error proofing (well, almost). It can be a huge help if you are just starting out as a freelance writer. Though it might not do a proofreading job like a real person, it does pretty well for an app.

Here is a list of websites that accept freelance writers even if you are a beginner, and they pay well. These websites are in different niches, so choose the ones that might interest you and pitch the editors/follow the guidelines.

Places to find freelance writing jobs for beginners

#1. DailyWorth

Topics should be related to money and things that interest women and money. This website pays $100–$150 per article.

#2. ClearVoice

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You have to register first and it pays via PayPal. When opportunities become available, they will contact you. The pay can be up to $250.

#3. Babbel

Babbel pays around $100 for articles. Topics can be anything from parenting to lifestyle to food to travel to beauty.

#4. Listverse

Listverse is a website that covers topics in list form. The pay is $100 per article, and you can submit a wide variety of topics.

#5. Upworthy

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Upworthy pays $100 per post, and you have to fill out a form to receive information regarding the stories it is looking for.

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#6. FreelanceMom

FreelanceMom pays around $75 to $100 for a post. This is more for moms and they have guidelines for the kind of posts they are looking for.

#7. A List Apart

A List Apart mainly is about web design and pays $100 per post in the same niche.

#8. LoveToKnow

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You will have to fill out an online application, and if accepted, then you can write many articles and get paid.

#9. Narratively

Narratively pays $100 for essays. They have a set of requirements for the stories they want.

#10. Scary Mommy

Scary Mommy accepts articles on parenting. It is a pretty popular website, paying around $100 per article.

#11. IncomeDiary

IncomeDiary pays around $50 to $150 per article. Topics are mostly around money.

#12. A Fine Parent

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A Fine Parent pays you to write parenting articles. The pay is $100.

#13. Mirasee

Mirasee pays for business articles, and the pay is around $200.

#14. The Toast

With this website, you get paid to write essays. You will have to negotiate the pay.

#15. The Krazy Coupon Lady

This is quite a popular blog, paying $50 per post.

#16. The Cosmopolitan

This website pays you to write essays, mostly about college life. The pay is $100.

#17. BookBrowse

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BookBrowse pays you to review books. The pay per review is $50.

#18. The Penny Hoarder

The Penny Hoarder is another super popular website with topics around money-making, work-at-home jobs, and saving tips. You will have to negotiate the pay.

#19. Make a Living Writing

Make a Living Writing pays for guest posts. Make sure read their guidelines before you pitch them. The pay is between $75–$100 per post.

#20. Textbroker

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You will make a fixed amount of money with Textbroker. Payments get deposited through PayPal.

#21. WritersDomain

For WritersDomain, you will have to register and take a grammar test. Once you are through, you can start writing, and once your article is accepted, you get paid.

That’s quite a long list, isn’t it?! Apart from these websites, you can find many writing gigs on freelancing sites like Upwork, Freelancer, Guru, People Per Hour, etc.

Want to learn how to be a freelance writer?

If you are just starting out and wondering how to go about being a freelance writer, then give Holly Johnson’s Earn More Writing course a go.

This course gives you a complete insight into the strategies that Holly used to earn $200,000 per year as a freelance writer. Cool, right?!

There are endless opportunities for freelance writing from prominent websites to blogs. If you are a freelance writer or just write for a hobby, try these websites and start your freelance writing career today.

Another alternative to freelance writing jobs

If you want to be on the other side of writing, then try proofreading. Proofreading or editing jobs are the next best thing if you are the creative type. You can choose to work as a proofreader or start your own virtual proofreading business and work whenever you want

In fact, Caitlin Pyle, the proofreading diva, earned over $43,000 working part-time as a proofreader. This could be a great way to use your grammar skills.

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About Sireesha Narumanchi

Hi, I am Sireesha, and thank you for stopping by to get to know me. I am a work-at-home mom, a side hustler, and a firm believer in making "working from home" a success for everyone. I have worked in a remote job for over 11 years and tried many side gigs. I have been featured on many popular websites like Forbes, Business Insider, American Express, QuickBooks, The Muse, Moneyish, Virtual Vocations, Spark Hire, Bustle, Fairygodboss, Side Hustle School, Payoneer, Jobbatical, and Skillcrush.Read more...

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  1. Thanks for sharing the valuable information, very helpful indeed. Keep on writing the similar articles. waiting for your next articles.

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