What writing jobs do you take?
Which writing "jobs" do you do because you enjoy writing? Which writing jobs do you take for income?
I've never thought of writing as a job, even when I was a full-time staff writer in the daily press. My approach has always been "write what you love, and the money will follow."
Currently, HubPages is getting most of my stuff as I am engaged in building up my body of work here. At the same time, my primary blog is shaming me for being negligent where it is concerned. I've scouted out sites like Helium, Constant Content and Textbroker; but I have yet to seriously target them. Finally, I have a book-in-progress with Creative Space that glares at me from the far back burner.
I write for one other site. I think that writing is a job of constant discipline and one that you have to plan a certain amount of time each day to do. when I get off track it is hard to get back into the rhythm.
I like your philosophy Jim TXMiller. I'm finding the same right at the moment, that Hub is getting the majority of my writing.
You are doing Great Job! I like your punch line "write what you love, and the money will follow you"
Carol7777, I am like you in that I have to spend time with the writing everyday or I have trouble getting into it after breaks.
by Nicola Thompson 5 years ago
Another hubber, DrMark1961 asked if Hubbing could be a full time job, which got my attention. I have always wanted to be a full time writer, and while I know that Hubpages is not going to give me a hefty pay out what with the google adsense and all that other malarkey taking chunks out (as other...
by writer83 4 years ago
Does anyone know any more sites that pay per article, and not page view, that are not scams?
by charliegrumples 7 years ago
I've been using textbroker for some article sites I've done (not HP don't worry).. I write some of my articles myself but when I'm doing one for a subject I find tedious I outsource it there. I'm thinking bizarrely that maybe I should sign up as a writer there too and pick ones I fancy...
by J.T. 10 years ago
I´ve spend some time here at hubpages reading about writing jobs, and many of them talk about getafreelancer, as a good site, but i´m not sure how it works, do you have to be a genius writer to make some money there or can it be done by someone like me, I know that getting to the level of...
by Susannah Birch 8 years ago
I'm currently in need of some spare cash and I know there are plenty of sites that offer up front one of payments for articles. I'm willing to write on anything, however I was just wondering which sites are the best for things such as fast payment, not too picky (I've heard some sites will make you...
by skperdon 3 years ago
Fellow Hub writers, I would really like your input on this topic please. I am being offered writing jobs from individuals who would like to pay a writer to write on Hubages for them. Is this a legitimate?I've gotten offers from corporations looking content writers and offers from free lance online...
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