7 Easy Ways to Find Blogging Jobs
Here is the part of the post that you probably want to know the most about. Where can you find blog jobs?
Let’s look at a few ways you can easily start your first freelance job as a beginner.
1. Problogger Job Board
Problogger is probably the largest freelance bulletin board and can be used for free. There are mainly blogs on this bulletin board, but they also have assignments for writing content (for example, writing a landing page) and other projects, such as writing articles or writing case studies.
Look for new writing jobs and contact them as soon as possible. Since this is a free job board – and one of the largest – thousands of freelancers are looking for their next freelance blog here.
2. BloggingPro Job Board
BloggingPro is a blog-only bulletin board! How awesome it is!
It’s also a free job posting board, so don’t forget to check it regularly and submit applications as soon as you see the work of a freelance blogger that suits you.
3. Contena Job Board
Contena is the only bulletin board on this list that is a premium bulletin board.
This is one of the paid jobs that I use and love. Why? Because these are sources of all types of written work from all over the Internet. There is also a large library of companies that regularly hire writers.
I can find freelance writing jobs and cold-tone companies using Contena. This saves me the hours that I usually spend on pitching.
4. Use Facebook Groups
Another way to find freelance writing jobs is to use social networks. Facebook groups are the perfect place to find other bloggers who hire freelancers.
Find niche Facebook groups – finance Facebook groups or work on Facebook groups – and join Facebook groups.
Take some social listening, pay attention to topics and offer valuable tips and suggestions before contacting or mentioning that you are an independent blogger.
Always come first!
5. Use Twitter
Another social media platform that has helped me find many freelance blogs is Twitter. Twitter is a great place to follow the brands for which you want to write, chat with other freelance writers, and look for freelance jobs.
If you’ve never used Twitter, check out my guide to using Twitter as a freelance writer.
6. Guest blog
Guest blogging is a fantastic way to not only increase your audience, but also attract potential freelance bloggers. I have a website for authors, FreealncerFAQ, which offers guest posts for freelancers. For new freelancers, this can help them get writing examples and new projects.
Go to Google and find your niche + write to us to start a guest blog. You can get many good potential customers. Take the time to read the recommendations and get all the necessary information to present your idea.
Pro-tip: check the blog to see if the blog posts are up-to-date and if the blog contains an author biography with links. It is imperative that when you visit your blog, you have an author biography that links to your blog or website for freelance writers. If you find that some guest sites use only your name, then go ahead. This is not worth it for you!
7. Use a cold pitch hack
Cold pitching can seem intimidating and intimidating. I have heard stories about how writers spent hours looking for suppliers, and they hired them for hours, just to hear nothing.