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17 Freelance Writing Job Leads

Here are some job leads to start off the week. What I remain struck by is just how many different kinds of writing jobs are out there — and how much content is needed.

Many companies are looking for writers to produce various types of content, eg, lead-generating emails, ebooks and lead magnets, long-form web content, etc. So whether you’re a new freelance writer, or a more experienced one, there’s something for everyone….

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How to Make a Lot of Money Selling Self-Published Ebooks Online: 9 Tips from a Successful Self Publisher

Publisher Note: I first wrote this post in 2012 (Aug 6), and decided to circle back and update it almost five years later.

I’ve learned a lot since then and wanted to share the insights I’ve gleaned with a lot more ebooks under my belt (almost 100 as of this update), and with some things I’ve seen in my business that have changed and/or stayed the same. Here’s how I originally started this post ……

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Affiliate Marketing Tip for Newbies: What to Do When You Get Rejected by an Affiliate Program

When you first start applying to a lot of affiliate programs — especially the biggies like CommissionJunction — you’re likely to be rejected for lack of traffic. Your blog will probably be new, so it’s totally understandable. But don’t despair, there is a way around this; or at least other things you can do to start making money in affiliate marketing in spite of this….

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“I Want out of My 9 to 5: Can I Really Start a Freelance (SEO) Writing Career with No Experience?”

Today, I received the following email from someone working a full-time job. She wants to find a way to work from home. She wrote:…

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Freelance Writers: How to Transition from a FT Job to Freelancing Full Time — Without Impacting Your Income

Yes, it’s actually possible to make the leap from a full-time job to a full-time freelance career, and not have your income tank in the process….

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A Freelance Writer’s Life Abroad: Inside Peek at My Life as an American Living in Negril, Jamaica for a Year, Part XXX

I can’t believe I started writing this series in 2010. June will be 7 years, which makes the title of the post kinda incorrect. I’d only planned to update it for a year, but readers kept requesting more and more and more information….

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The Pros and Cons of Selling a Self-Published Ebook on Clickbank

As a self-published author of almost 100 ebooks, I’m constantly amazed at the number of outlets there are to sell and make money. One of those outlets is Clickbank. But, mention to some indie authors the possibility of selling there, and you’ll likely receive one of three reactions, ie:…

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How I Consistently Write 5,000 to 10,000 Words Per Day — And You Can Too

Since 2002, I’ve written and self-published almost 100 ebooks; the bulk of them since 2011. That year, I uploaded 50 titles to Amazon; 38 of them were brand new ebooks and the rest were old titles that I revised. Between 2013 and 2016, I wrote 42 romance novellas; short titles ranging from 10,000 to 35,000 words….

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Start Making Money in Affiliate Marketing: 10 Simple, Effective Ways to Promote Affiliate Products On Your Blog

Ahh, the feeling of getting your first affiliate sale. Most never forget it. When you first start out, it may take a day, a week, a month or even a few months before it happens. The longer it takes, the more frustrating it can be though. It’s why many don’t stick it out to experience that feeling. But I’m here to tell ya, what a feeling if you do!…

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Freelance Writing, Blogging, Editing & Marketing Job Leads

There are a couple of interesting job leads this week, ie, a RFP with the NYC Metropolitan Transit Authority. One contract like this could be worth thousands of dollars — over numerous years. I remain astounded — simply astounded — at the amount of work out there for qualified online (SEO / web) writers. If you market consistently and your rates are competitive, there’s no reason you shouldn’t be swamped in work….

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How to Write Traffic-Generating, 1,000+-Word Blog Posts – FAST!

If you’ve spent any time on this site at all, you know that I earn my living as a writer in several different ways – ie, writing for clients, self-publishing my own line of ebooks (fiction and non-fiction), writing and developing e-courses and affiliate marketing (blogging)….

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Self-Publishing a Book in an Obscure Niche: Is It Worth It, or a Complete Waste of Time?

If you’re a regular reader, you know that I have several streams of income. One of the main ones is self-publishing. The others are online teaching (developing/selling ecourses); writing for clients; and affiliate marketing in case you’re wondering….

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