6 Awesome Websites for Finding Freelance Writing Work.

Are you struggling to find quality freelance writing jobs? Or maybe you’re looking to start out in freelance writing and don’t know where to search for work. Whichever struggle you find yourself in, these websites can help lift you out of your writing work slump and find the quality job opportunities you’ve been searching for.


Upwork is one of the most popular sites for finding freelance work online. Upwork is not only for writers, but many other types of freelance work as well. After signing up, create a profile showcasing skills, completed projects, and even complete tests to increase the probability of finding writing work. Upwork is free to start, but there is a small percentage taken from any earnings made through the website. This percentage gets even smaller as you complete more work for clients. Upwork is a popular site for freelance writing work due to its massive quantity of job offers which require different levels of skill.


Freelancer is an online job bidding marketplace that provides job opportunities in multiple freelance categories. Freelancer is similar to Upwork because you create a profile page and use it to bid on jobs clients post on the site. Creating a clean and professional writing profile, and bidding on as many projects as possible are the tricks to finding success on this website. Freelancer does have its downsides, such as the competition and the fact that smaller bids usually win.

Problogger Jobs

Problogger is an online job board for writers and bloggers. This job board is an extension of the famous Problogger website, which provides top blogging tips and guides. Updates are made to this board daily and sometimes multiple times a day, making it an excellent source for freelance writing work. Advertisers pay to post jobs to this board, which also ensures better quality writing jobs. This job board has opportunities for every freelance writer, no matter what you enjoy writing about.

Bloggingpro Jobs

Bloggingpro is another job board where freelance writers and bloggers can go to find job opportunities. Bloggingpro is a popular website for freelance writers and bloggers looking for tips and advice, so their job board is a gold mine for quality job postings. They only accept jobs that pay writers, requiring the postings to pay at least $15/hour or 500 words. This site is not only for bloggers but offers postings in other categories such as copywriting, journalism, proofreading, and editing.


Contently is a website where freelance writers can create a portfolio of their work and be connected with clients. This site is great for any writer searching to build an attractive and professional looking portfolio of their work samples, and eventually land clients from it. Utilizing this site for the portfolio alone is worth it, even if it takes a while to find work. This is because it organizes all of your writing work and can be shared all over the internet, then viewed by potential employers.


As its name suggests, Flexjobs is a website where freelance writers can go to find flexible jobs. This site is popular because many different kinds of writers have found jobs quickly on it. Flexjobs is only a paid service, but it is worth it due to how quickly you can find work and the number of freelance jobs listed. Also, the monthly payment ensures the posting of quality jobs. Many writers who have used this site recommend taking as many skill tests as possible to increase your chance at success. This helps clients on the site find and hire you.

These six websites are just a few of the many opportunities for freelance writing work online. If you are ready to start a career in freelance writing or are looking to expand your writing experience, there are plenty of job opportunities out there for you.

If you have any more suggestions of websites you use to find freelance writing work, or any tips for fellow writers, leave them in the comments below!

9 thoughts on “6 Awesome Websites for Finding Freelance Writing Work.

  1. Sarah

    I’ve never considered doing freelance writing before, I guess I didn’t realise there was so much out there. Thanks for the tips and sires, I’m going to check some out now 🙂 x

    1. Arika Post author

      No problem! I love sharing my experiences with freelance work! I am super glad that this post helped you out!

  2. Segilola Salami

    Hello from Twitter 😀

    As a freelance writer myself, I have tried most of them. I would say that anyone who is interested in working as a freelance writer should develop their niche and try to get work outside of those sites.

    In my experience, supply outstrips demand on those sites, so rates tend to be really poor. That said, they are a good starting point to develop your portfolio and possibly get some reviews.

    Thanks for sharing

    Segilola Salami
    Author | Blogger | host of books podcast The Segilola Salami Show
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