My Paid Online Writing Jobs is a resource that I wish I would’ve had when I got started as a freelance writer.
What a novel idea. Getting paid while you’re practicing and honing your craft.
Almost like being an apprentice.
But it’s more than that. They provide freelance writers with thousands of writing opportunities to make real good money right now.
How about this?
Provided you have a few minimal qualifications:
My Paid Online Writing Jobs has freelance writing jobs available to suit all levels of skill and experience.
And once you’re signed up, paychecks will show up in your bank account or PayPal account every week.
Here are the kinds of freelance writing jobs you can expect to find. Obviously, none of these pay rates are guaranteed. They'll vary depending on which of them you decide to accept.
They are listed below to show you what you can expect for each type.
1. Get Paid To Write Articles And Stories ($250 a day) - These postings hire people from all over the world for entry-level positions. Every single website … and there are millions of them … need content. Content is the lifeblood of all online businesses. And most of them don’t have the time to write new content. You only need basic English writing skills and the ability to research topics.
2. Write Reviews Of Websites & Products ($40 per review) - Write reviews about websites, online software and books. This is a very popular job writing job available right now. Businesses need regular product testers and reviewers. Like all of these freelance opportunities, these are work-at-home positions with no experience needed. Just a willingness to learn.
3. Write Blog Posts ($35 an hour) - Get paid to write these from home or from anywhere you want. Blog writing pay starts at $35 per hour. Full training is provided. You’ll usually be working for e-commerce stores writing short blog posts introducing their new products.
4. Twitter Writers ($15 per Tweet) - Do you use Twitter? Understand how it works? Do you have basic English skills? These listings pay $15 per Tweet. You simply summarize a blog post into a Tweet (280 characters or less) and find a relevant image to go with it.
5. Moderate FB Comments ($30-$40 per hour) - Facebook comment sections can get pretty crazy. Businesses all over the world are hiring people to help manage ... or moderate ... the comments section on their Facebook pages.
6. Write eBay Listings ($15 per listing) - This freelance writing opportunity requires writing simple ads for eBay listings. You can apply for these jobs no matter what country you’re from. Businesses hire writers to write new sales listings for all their new products each week. This is an ideal entry-level job.
7. Write Forum Posts ($20 per post) - For beginners. Businesses get a lot of traffic to their website by replying to comments and posting in forums online.
8. Writing On Facebook ($28.50 per hour) - Companies need Facebook writers. These are beginner-level writing jobs. You need to know how to use Facebook, have basic English writing skills, and be able to start immediately.
There are minimal qualifications to make $25-$40 per hour working on any of the thousands of jobs in their database.
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