Freelancing isn’t for everybody. If you are anything that this postÂ tells you, then skip freelancing and stick with your office job.
There’s nothing wrongÂ if you can’t manage money properly or require encouragement to get the work done, but these are red flags for freelancing. This type of job requires people toÂ have initiative and must learn how to take care of their finances.
In order to enjoy the “freedom” that is attached to freelancing, then you need to possess certain qualities to become a successful freelancer.
If you feel that you are ready to take up the challenges, then try your hands on these blogging jobs and writing gigs below.
- DIY flower crafts photographer/ blogger for Flower Explosion
- Digital Marketing Writers for Arbor Business Writing
- Freelance Blog Post Editor for Arbor Business Writing
- Copywriter/ Content Writer for Creative Circle
- Copywriter for Creative Circle (Onsite to start 40 hours a week at Portland, OR, with an opportunity to transition offsite)
- Copy Writer/Editor – Recipes/Cook BookÂ for Creative Circle
- Sports Writers for TheSportster.com
- News/Politics Writer
- Lifestyle Writers
- Branded Content Writers
- Entry Level Writing
- Web Culture Writers
- Fashion/Beauty Writers
- Books Feature Writers
- Breaking News Writer for Bleacher Report (US residents only)
- Reporting Fellow
- Content Strategist
- TV Writers
- Sex/Dating/Relationships Writer
- Entertainment Writers
- Freelance staff writer for SMTX/Bobcatfans magazine
- Technical Writer for CSI
Freelance writing tips of the day:Â How to become a successful freelance at The Guardian
Check out tomorrow’s post for a new batch of blogging jobs and writing opportunities in store for you!