This article will provide you with educational links to how to make money by being a blogger, freelance writer, or reviewer/tester. It lists some websites that offer such opportunities. The article contains referral links.
Companies advertise for freelance writers, and then have them come into the office during set hours, while the local newspaper terms you a freelance writer if you contribute more than three articles for them. Meanwhile, freelance communities at some of the larger job boards seem to talk almost solely about magazine queries and submissions in relation to freelance writing. So what exactly is a freelance writer? What do you have to write in order to be considered a freelancer?
Hundreds of thousands of writing opportunities exist. Making the most of them is where the art of the freelancer really comes into play. A freelance writer is someone who writes without belonging to any single company or entity but acts like a small business or an independent contractor.
It’s possible to be a full-time freelance writer earning a living, or to be a part-time freelancer supplementing a regular income. Another role is to simply do it for fun or to build up a broader portfolio of skills. In this article, you’ll get the basics on what it takes to ease your way into freelance writing as a career or hobby.
There are many websites that offer some money for your reviews/writing content.
Currently, trying out ww.crowdtap.com
Ok, the website is running slow, so I’m doing other things, while waiting for the response on the site. It says that at the end I’ll earn a prize, which is a surprise & can be either a gift card or a scholarship. Will see 🙂
Update: the gift card never came 😦
Some online sources cite these websites. I have not tried all of them, so you will have to do this yourself.
- LinkConnector.com works well (Disclosure: referral link)
Some of these sites are worth a try, they have legit content and legit website platform & some don’t have that, but I still felt the need to post them here, just in case they might work for you.
And your commission at this program is from 5% to 50%. (Disclosure: referral link)
Try to publish your ad on http://www.Craigslist.com locally in order to offer your advertising-Writing for their business, and publish it on your social media accounts.
Also, the same is true for any other local advertising website, such as Yelp, Yahoo Local etc. Send businesses your emails and offer to advertise their business on your social media accounts, provide reviews, etc….for a small/medium/big fee ( depending on the size of your Social media accounts).