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FREELANCE COMMUNITIES FOR STAY AT HOME MUM WRITERS

Are you a stay at home mum who has a strong flair for writing and wants to become a full-time writer? Or you are a stay-at-home mum who writes but has no idea where to find writing jobs and it feels like you have tried your best with nothing coming your way? Then this article is for you.

From this post, you are going to discover and learn about the places to find online writing jobs that are legitimate.

Below are some freelancing communities you can join to get writing jobs.

UpworkUpwork is a great place for writers, editors, translators and copywriters. This is a good marketplace for freelancers because of its wide opportunities but it is also very competitive.

An Upwork freelancer recently wrote his experience using the app: ‘I remember the day I earned NGN182, 600.00 (or $550) in a single writing project on 

All Freelance Writing: All Freelance writing was founded in 2006 but launched in 2013 by a female professional blogger, author and business writer Jennifer Mattern. Joining this community means you get to connect with other freelancers from different parts of the world, find ebooks, tools and templates which would be useful in building your freelance writing business.

Blogging Pro: Blogging Pro helps you find daily freelance writing jobs, copywriting jobs and paid blogging jobs. It is also a great space for writers interested in marketing because of its blog; which is filled with marketing tips and tools useful for writers.

Fiverr: Fiverr offers wide writing opportunities like blog posts write-ups to research writing, press releases and legal writing. The downside to Fiverr is that it usually doesn’t pay well but it is also a great place to learn from and grow for new freelance writers.

Freelancer: Freelancer has over 24,000,000 million freelancers and employers and it is probably the largest freelancing and outsourcing marketplace. It is also a great place to start your freelancing journey.

 

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