By: Jason Parker
Whether you’re just starting to search the net for freelance writing jobs or you’ve been doing it for years—if you want to score jobs, this article is for you.
After searching high and low, every corner, every avenue, every gray area—every freelance writing jobs site on the net—I’ve come up with a top 5 list of the greatest freelance writing jobs listing sites. The following sites you need to visit daily if you want to bring in steady work. Jobs are being posted around the clock, and the best part is that these top five sites are free to use.
CraigsList.org is a massive database of classified ads and job listings. CraigsList.org will lead you to CraigsList San Francisco; whereas, all other major cities such as New York and Atlanta, are included in sub-domains. For instance, search for freelance writing jobs in Atlanta by going to atlanta.craigslist.org.
FreelanceWriting.com is first on all major search engines. The site contains a regularly updated freelance writing jobs listing in three fields—High-Paying, Low-Paying, and Non-Paying. Since it’s such a popular site, you really have to watch the listings like a hawk if you’re to score jobs.
Indeed.com is an amazing search engine that pulls from sites such as Monster, CraigsList, and all major sites. You get all freelance writing jobs listings on the net at the convenience of one site.
GoldenProse.com presents a similar idea as Indeed. Through ten pages of RSS feeds, it pulls from at least 90% of freelance writing jobs listings on the net. Feeds are also organized by major US cities and particular key word searches.
WritersWeekly.com is another site that’s been around for a while, one that will show up on your first page of a major search engine. The freelance writing jobs listing is smaller, yet you don’t have to deal with the spammers and scammers who post at CraigsList.org and FreelanceWriting.com.