Write What You Know

Online Writing Jobs is about more than just getting words on the page. We want to pair the right writer with the right brand, creating authoritative, expert content. We do not simply want someone who can write well, but rather someone who can write well about something with which they have experience. Write what you know, and get paid doing it.


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Get paid up to $50 per article

Freelance writing can be extraordinarily difficult, not only because you’re working at the whim of your employers, but because so many people are willing to work for (and pay out) pennies. At Online Writing Jobs, we value our writers and the hard work it’s taken to become an expert in what they do. For that reason, you’ll find our rates are among the top in the industry.


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Brands contact us daily for writers

As a freelancer, one of the most difficult aspects of your profession is getting your name in front of the right people. Emailing a website owner or marketing manager is not enough. You need someone in your corner marketing your name and expertise to some of the recognizable brands in the world. Let Online Writing Jobs do this for you by signing up today.


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