Wondering where all the GOOD freelance writing jobs hide out?
You’re not the only one.
Lots of freelance writers, especially beginners, go to Google and type in freelance writing jobs when they want to find work.
I’m guessing you’ve tried that yourself at least once.
So you already know there’s a ton of websites that put up freelance writing job ads, or run bidding wars in which writers compete to win gigs. But there’s too much to look at — you could spend hours scanning these opportunities and still be no closer to getting hired.
And when you check out blogs and podcasts for help, you quickly realise that they all recycle the same few tips… some of which are likely to work for the majority of people who use them properly, and some of which are MAJOR long shots that rarely work for anybody.
Problem is, you can’t tell which is which.
What you need is a way to narrow down your freelance writing job search and *only* do the things that are worth your time.
This guide shows you where to find good freelance writing jobs, how to get hired, and how to make yourself even more hireable (so you can win more work with more fantastic clients for more money).
You’ll probably find tips in here that are familiar to you, but you’ll also find ideas beyond the usual boilerplate advice — and sane expectations to balance the overoptimistic bullshit you might read elsewhere.[Read more…]