What are the top freelance sites where people can find writing jobs?

by mbomb
6 replies
Off the top of my head I can think of:

mechanical turk

Are there many others?


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  • You might want to check out odesk.com.

    Elance and Guru are the biggest of the lot. Some freelancers have found great success with Rentacoder and getafreelancer.com.

    Others include:


    I hope this helps.

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  • Profile picture of the author mbomb
    Thanks Ash, very helpful.
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    • Profile picture of the author stacyfox
      VirtualVocations.com is a membership site (I think it's $14.95 a month) that has lots of work from home opportunities in a number of fields. About a quarter of their offerings are for writers. The people who advertise through VV are not IMers, but they need IM content. They seem to pay quite a bit better than people in the IM niche. It's not uncommon to find articles at 5 cents a word there. Some of the jobs are one-offs, but others want a steady flow of content. Other than the monthly membership fee, there are no fees to apply for any jobs.

      BTW - that's not an affiliate link.
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  • Hi Mcomb,

    Here are more

    If you think you can write and sell them off royalty free:

    • dailyarticle.com
    • constant-content.com
    Among the two, I found dailyarticle.com simply amazing.

    Some good places to learn more about telecommuting:

    • Freelance Switch
    • telecommuter.com/
    Wish you the very best

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  • Also, search for demand studios. They are in charge of sites like ehow.com They pay like $15 per 400 word article, and approve new writers pretty quickly. At least with them, you can expect immediate work.
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