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5 Hot Write 2 Earn Sources
I know anyone who is looking for writing jobs will find it with this source.
For the serious writer looking to make some real dough with their writing skills you might want to consider this particular source. Freelance Writing is a great opportunity for writers to earn a steady income from home. This company offers a large data base loaded with job postings looking for writers. It's real, and legit. And here is the link for ease of usage:
This particular site is one of the picks of the litter, the way it works companies are seeking to outsource their projects to writers. This is a bidding community of writers. If you are not into bidding, this one may not be of your liking. I do want to let you ifreelance offers plenty of work to keep you busy as long as you have the time to commit to a project.
I like this website it works a little bit like feed the village, you earn $1 per tip. If you have information, or a good tip you want to share daytipper will pay you for using your tip. It can be something as simple as how to get a mustard stain out of your blouse. This would be considered a publishable tip.
Creamaid is a blogging community, you are paid to blog about the content of your choosing. You are free to blog about hobbies, crafts, fishing, hunting, they are a great community of like-minded bloggers interested in earning while blogging.
Here is one for all the financial writers. If you have a knack for financial topics this is your jackpot! They pay you 100% of all ad revenue. 100%!! Can you believe it. You can write about credit cards, debit, how to manage a budget, here's a good idea--how to save for your children's college education. Heck if you know something about mortgage banking you can really cash in. Well thats it folks. Sorry this list is short, but the carpal tunnel is setting in.
Until next time --enjoy!