You want to expand your horizons and get paid for your writing. Here are some services you might want to check out for possible jobs.

  1. Sign up at Scripted to join their stable of writers. After completing a detailed profile including a photo, writing samples and niches for which you are particularly qualified to write,  you will be circulated into the system. As you pick up jobs, get them done well and on time, you will hopefully be favorited by customers who are so pleased with your work, they will return to use your services time and again. Positives about the site include a built in workflow model that keeps you updated on deadlines and a payment guarantee of 50% even if the client isn’t totally happy with the final product.
  2. Textmaster begins their writer recruitment with a simple test to determine your current writing level: Basic, Standard or Enterprise. Your level will dictate the rate at which you may charge for your services. Compete a profile and you’re on your way. As your writing and feedback for services improve, so will your rate. They also specialize in translation services, so writing fluently in another language is a distinct advantage.
  3. Content Writers advertises that they are writer friendly by charging no sign up or membership fees and by paying writers within 7 days of completed assignments. They also host a free forum and webinars for their writers.