Posts tagged with ‘writing gigs’

  • 5 Lucrative and In-Demand Writing Gigs

    By Francesca Nicasio on March 26, 2014
    Digital marketing. Engagement. Online advertorials.  These aren’t just buzz words that marketers throw around to sound smart; they’re clear indicators of businesses’ growing needs in the digital age. Why am I bringing them up? Because over the past few years, I noticed a sharp increase in the demand for certain types of content. I’m getting fewer requests for physical flyers […]
  • Using Social Media to Find Writing Gigs

    By Guest on January 22, 2013
    By: Adrienne Erin Freelance writers love the Internet. Whenever a company creates an ecommerce site, a newsletter, a blog or an informational website, they need people to write content. Writing opportunities abound online for writers, but only if you look in the right places. Scams and low-paying jobs are everywhere online. How often have you seen an ad demanding exceptional […]
  • A Freelance Writer’s Guide to Quoting for Social Networking

    By Yo Prinzel on May 28, 2010
    One of the very first gigs I got over a year ago when I started full time freelancing was to work on the Twitter account of a life insurance company. The company actually found me through my own Twitter ramblings and still decided to hire me to do the same for them. Since that time I’ve had many different social […]
  • 5 Signs You've Landed a Great Freelance Writing Job

    By Jennifer Mattern on January 21, 2010
    If you decided to search for freelance writing jobs right now, you would probably find thousands of them advertised. Many of those writing jobs are crap (and that's putting it nicely) to the bulk of writers here. After all, do you want to get paid $.001 per word (yes that's 1/10 of one cent per word)? Do you want to […]
  • How to Lose a $7,000 Freelance Writing Gig Without Even Trying

    By Yo Prinzel on November 13, 2009
    I thought I'd kick off my new series here on All Freelance Writing with an awesome story about something that happened to me this week. I started my week by losing a $7,000 finance course writing gig. Yay me! Why am I happy? Well, because I have to be or otherwise it would mean I did something wrong. Okay, kidding. […]
  • When it Rains it Pours (Writing Gigs that is!)

    By Jennifer Mattern on August 27, 2008
    I'm sure most freelance writers have heard that writing jobs can come in waves - you'll have very busy times and you'll undoubtedly have slow times as well. There are lots of reasons for this - some types of writing (or niches) are simply more seasonal, the economy can influence buying behaviors of freelance writing work, etc. When it starts […]