Top Writer Marketplaces

Writing is a great way to make money online, either on the side or full-time. To find consistent work as a freelance writer you must know where to look to find legitimate and consistent writing opportunities. While some projects may be contract based, some writer marketplaces have a steady stream of new projects posted by clients from around the globe. Below are three great writer marketplaces to consider when looking for legitimate work online.
Content Runner
Content Runner is a website that allows business owners to post writing projects for writers to pick up or request to write. What makes this site unique is that writers are given the title of each article along with a style guide, instructions, word count requirements, and rate per article. Each writer and each company posting articles has a profile that allows you to learn more about them. Payment for articles is done either through PayPal or through Content Runner’s direct deposit, depending on the preference of the client who posts the project. The site is user-friendly, intuitive, requires no monthly fee, and it only takes a few minutes to create an account and begin writing.

Elance is a site that is designed for freelance writers, graphic designers, web developers, and programmers. You only have to have one of these skills to create an account. Once you create an account you need to complete a detailed profile and take tests to showcase your skills (such as English comprehension and grammar skills). Once you join the site you can bid on projects that clients have posted, or you may be contacted directly by clients and asked to bid on their projects. While this site is great, you never know just how many bids you have to place before you land a gig. The site also limits your number of monthly bids if you opt for a free account, meaning you will have more opportunities for work if you pay a small monthly fee.

oDesk is somewhat similar to Elance in that it has a variety of freelance positions available for individuals who work online from home, either full-time or part-time. But oDesk places far more value on writers’ tests results and uses them as a factor in rating you as a writer—even before you have completed a test. All writers have to pass an English comprehension test prior to bidding for projects, and you will have more success after passing grammar and other writing related tests. Once you invest a bit of time into creating your profile and passing tests, you can begin bidding on projects. Many projects will be one-time opportunities—but if you impress your clients they might become repeat customers.

If you are a writer who has been looking for a way to gain more clients or for a way to make your dreams of writing full-time come true—the writer marketplaces above are a great way to begin. You can join them all, or only the ones that best fit your needs. As a freelance writer, it may take you some time to build your client base—but the sites above are an excellent place to start. You can join the sites above at any time and close your account at any time.

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Sheldon Armstrong
Sheldon Armstrong is a regular contributor for INFOtainment News. He loves writing about technology and keeping up with the latest gadgets on the market. In addition, he contributes articles covering a wide range of topics together with his friends who appear as guest writers every now and then.

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