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If it is allowed, what sites would those be?
freelancewritinggigs.com, for one, has many leads. Contentauthority.com is one specific site.Craigslist, believe it or not, often has writing gigs that can lead to regular clients. Getting "direct orders" from clients who like your work is the best.
I checked out freelancewritinggigs.com. Do you ever actually get any of these? It looks like most are travel jobs with a few online which takes you to a craigslist page. Is this correct?
The offerings change daily with many diverse opportunities ranging from blogging to songwriting and ghostwriting. There are other websites that generate leads. I recently lost my motherboard so I can't recall them now. I'm nearly starting over again.
Oh, so sorry to hear that. I did respond to a couple of things....we will see. Thank you so much for sharing this with me!
You're welcome. Look around on the web, there are some great sites that offer daily leads to sites requiring writers for content, blogs, articles and more. It's big right now. Quality writing is at a premium. Payment usually goes to paypal weekly.
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Ann Leung says
Lol. I am sorry for that.
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Why not click ads in others' hubs?
No reason not to click, apparently people just do not.
there is a reason not to click on others ads - you'll get banned from HubPages - it's against the TOS
I thought there was a reason, just did not remember it. Thank you for reminding me.
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