Best freelance jobs without experience
So, you started a blog and are trying to figure out how the hell am I making money on blogs?
I was there with you!
Before I became a freelance writer, I was blogging.
Mostly I wrote on my blog about my experience with an ABA therapist helping children with autism, but it was a blog!
Over the years, I started many blogs and I got freelance writing jobs. As a blogger, you have some amazing skills that new authors don’t have.
You also know marketing strategies that are good for freelance writers.
So, if you really love blogging, then why not become an independent blogger and get a freelancer job?
And yes, that is the thing! Now is the right time to do these types of writing, while the world slowly returns to life.
So, let’s figure out how to start freelance blogging, and then dive into the best freelance jobs without experience! Make sure you read to the end, because I have a video showing you a cool hack to easily find freelance blog posts.
What is freelance blogging?
Freelance work with blogs is an online work, which, as a rule, is a constant work of the writer. As a writer, you write blog posts for a company’s blog or for specific clients, such as an author or trainer.
For example, Go Daddy is a domain registration and blog hosting company. You can immediately see that they are hiring writers and inviting authors from their blog page.
These types of freelance blogs are good because they are highlighted, which means that you can promote your content on your blog and attract more blogger jobs. It is also one of the fastest ways to make money as a blogger.
I mainly choose these types of writing.
As I mentioned, there are many types of companies that benefit from a blog and a freelance blogger:
1-Brands (Starbucks has a blog)
2-Schools (Harvard has a blog)
3-Large companies (American Express has a blog)
4-Small Business (Bidsketch has a blog)
Soloreprenurs – it can be anything from a blogger to an author, athlete or influential person on Youtube.
But there are non-experience blog posts written by ghosts. What does it mean?
Typically, if you are working on solopreneur with a niche site, you will find out that the owner wants to gain credibility in this niche topic, but often does not have time to create these blog posts.
Instead, they will hire their content needs to an external blogger.
For example, I visited Facebook live on niche sites, and one of the speakers talked about his niche site and how it was “hidden”, that is, he hired a letter to a freelance blogger and virtual assistant (VA) to outline and upload it to your WordPress backend.
Why do you want to become a ghost blogger? Ghostwriting is generally more profitable than freelance or blogging.
You receive compensation because you cannot advertise your letter if your name is not attached to the letter.
But I feel that the main reason you would like to pick up this type of freelance blogging is that niche bloggers will often open more and more websites, and if you have a good relationship with them, it may open doors for new online vacancies. ,