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Freelance Writing Jobs

This post goes out to my talented out-of-work or underpaid fellow writers who deserve some freelance opportunities. I have heard the reports and rumors that quality writing is one of the most lacking skills in our current workforce, but I didn’t see it in action until I started hunting for freelance writing jobs. For all the schtuff out there on the internet, there’s still a ridiculously high demand for clear, quality content.

Here are my three quality options for a good income:

Demand Studios

Heritage Web Solutions

And if you want to try to develop your own audience for content of your choosing, try joining the blogosphere:

  1. Create a Blogger Account
  2. Add Google Adsense
  3. Do lots of posting, promotion, and just write some good stuff.

I chose WordPress as a low cost, quality website with multiple pages (the blog is a bonus), but it doesn’t allow Google Adsense. Maybe I pretend to claim being principled and ad-free like my favorite magazine, but in all honestly, I find Google’s text ads very helpful and unobtrusive.

There’s also an interesting market for instructional videos, and there’s definitely work for filmmakers, too.

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Mustard Seed Training is a team of faith-based artisans creating materials for praying with children. Our ministry is to share the love of God and neighbor.

Our group was founded in 2018 by CGS catechist and woodworker Meagen Farrell. Meagen is an author, trainer, and PhD student in the fields of adult basic education and educational technology (that’s the “Training” part!).

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