Finding your first freelance client can be a tough gig, especially if you have no idea where to look for freelance writing jobs online. When I first started out, I knew of two freelance writing jobs online sites. Luckily, I managed to find my first client in that way. But, I want you to know that you have plenty of options when it comes to finding decent paying writing gigs. Some of my favourite sites are listed below. Here, you’ll find a range of paying gigs, as well as a bonus download of sites that pay for guest posts!
If you’re considering branching out into freelance work, then adding a services page to your blog is the perfect way to let clients know that you’re available for projects. As I mention in my free e-course, From Blogger to Freelancer, a services page is a great method of self-promotion, and its also one of the most underrated pages on a blog.
A services page can be added to your blog as a separate page, and its best to link this in your navigation so visitors to your site can easily see it.
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