Ever wondered how freelance writers find markets for their craft and talent?
Don’t look further than to these websites, which are regularly updated, either on a weekly, and sometimes even on a daily basis. Just click on these links:
This site is chockfull of valuable content, including international market listings.
Duotrope’s Digest is a free database of more than 2,300 markets for short fiction, poetry and novels/collections.
Editor C. Hope Clark delivers the inside scoop on freelance writing, writing jobs (full-time), grants, markets, contests and fellowships. Sign up for her free e-newsletter – you will be glad that you did.
Freelance Writing Organization–International is a free online database with thousands of job listings and freelance opportunities.
Daily job listings for journalists, editors, online media and more.
This database of markets and contests that pay has been going strong for more than a decade.
Every freelancer should bookmark this site and frequent it often for the latest industry news and the great section dedicated to job listings.
Job Search & Find site for Canadian writers, journalists, editors, marketing & PR-specialists and radio & TV personnel.
Media Job Market houses hundreds of job postings along with several must-read articles on job hunting in the writing industry.
Mixture of publishing news, tips for writers and freelance writing, jobs, grants and contests
Be informed by Writer Gazette’s regularly weekly submission calls to paying markets.
Update your portfolio regularly, and don’t forget: the decision makers can be found on social media sites, such as Google+ or Twitter as well. Keep in contact and post regularly the best of your writing there as well. Being familiar with you and your writing can improve your chances of getting more assignments.
Do you know any other websites for writing jobs?
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