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And it’s something I tell my course students to do as it helps you gain confidence as a new freelance writer.
A bonus to using job boards over a freelance market place like Upwork or Guru to find a writing gig, is there isn’t any bidding.
Yes, I know, it sounds hard (and scary) doesn’t it? First you need to locate businesses to cold pitch to.
You may also end up finding another writer in your town!
Are you interested in working from home and becoming a freelance writer? I know when I first started, I was obsessed with landing my first client. I went to their websites, looked at where they were writing, read blog post after blog post, made a ton of mistakes along the way, but eventually found how to attract high-paying clients. I’ve found 20 ways a beginner can land freelance writing work. I’ll go through each of them in detail for you today!
I’ve been a freelance writer for over three years now and I get asked a lot about where to find freelance writing jobs. I had no clue what I was doing; I was a stay-at-home mom who decided to leap into freelance writing full-force…well, part-time full force…from scratch. If you’re just thinking about freelance writing, bookmark this post and come back to it when you’re ready to take action.
Entrepreneurs, small businesses, and start-ups post job ads to freelance writing job boards and you pitch to these ads.
Sometimes you are asked to give your rate; other times the job ad specifies a starting rate for content.
In your pitch make sure to include: FREE: Click here and grab my ultimate cold pitching swipe file If you’re new to freelance writing and you want to find quality jobs, responding to job ads is your best bet.