The devotional writer’s market is a much larger market than one might first think. If you’re a writer who wants to reach and inspire people in a time of need, devotional writing might just be your thing. I’ll show you how you can get paid to write devotionals. What is a Devotional? Simply put, a […]
Online Writing Jobs Reviews
The core of my job every day is just writing, writing, writing. That's why I'm super confused why natural writers will sell their work online. Inside my head I'm screaming, "You could be making bank with your own affiliate website!
Writers are the lifeblood of online commerce, so there's tons of gigs out there. However, there are a lot of scams as well, and somewhere in the middle there are just crappy jobs that don't pay very much and are unsatisfying.
These articles are a mix of reviews I've done of writing gigs (or outsourced them to writers for them to review). Some are website which claim to pay you for articles, while others are portals where you can source writing gigs.
My favorite is UpWork, and that's what I use to hire writers, but from a writer's perspective, you may prefer other platforms.
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There’s just not much substance to the actual course. Jeff is a great writer, and he makes a lot of valid points in this course, but it’s all theory — general information without any actual How To. In fact, the actual course itself is the worse part of Tribe Writers 2.0, but it does have some great bonuses and resources that provide more help than the core lesson-plan.
There are a lot of sites like Freelancer and eLance where you must bid for project to get the chance to do them. Many people find this process incredibly frustrating, especially when you take a look at just how many others you are competing against. Freelancing sites in general do have a lot of value and there are some tips and tricks that you can use to improve your likelihood of winning a bid.