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What Are the Best Freelance Writing Sites to Learn From?

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What Are the Best Freelance Writing Sites to Learn From?

Are you new to freelance writing? Check out these amazing freelance writing sites.

There are some amazing freelance writing sites out there to help you with this journey. From tips to be successful as a freelancer to fixing your writing or helping you with the blogging world.

I’ve been freelance writing for over three years now and have read a lot of writing websites. Here are the best writing websites from freelancers filled with actionable information.

Best Freelance Writing Sites

1. Elna Cain

This is my site 🙂 I started this freelance writing site over two years ago and I’ve niched down to help brand new freelance writers. Most of my topics are around marketing your business, but also changing your mindset and getting started successfully.

Here are some popular posts to help you:

2.  Creative Revolt

Jordan Roper has an amazing blog to help not only freelance writers but also other creative entrepreneurs. What I like most about her content is that it’s highly informational, provides loads of great strategies and tips and she’s enhanced a lot of her posts with video content from her YouTube channel.

Some great posts to help you with freelance writing are:

Jordan has a TON more valuable posts for writers, so make sure to check out her blog.

3. The Quiet Type Blog

 

Katie is a freelance writer and creates amazing content for bloggers and and freelancers. What I enjoy about Kates’s freelance writing site is how relatable each blog post is. She shares her perspective on freelancing and the business of being a freelance writer.

As a digital marketing writer, I value all the content she provides on this topic. I suggest you check out some of those types of posts, but here are some posts for freelancers:

4. Miranda Nahmias

Miranda is a VA – Virtual Assistant – and her blog is filled with awesome posts to help you grow your own freelance business. I started following her when she was tracking her income for her VA business and was excited to see her growth and how she scaled her business.

Even if you’re not a VA or have a VA service as part of your overall freelance writing package, her blog can help you with streamlining – and automating – your business.

Here are some valuable posts to check out:

5. Nesha Woolery

I’ve been following Nesha for a couple of years now and love how much she’s branding and changing her niche topics. She helps freelancers (mostly designers) with finding clients and streamlining their productivity.

If you need help, check out these Nesha posts:

6. Carrie Madormo

I LOVE Carrie and this another best freelance writing site! We connected in my Facebook group for mom bloggers and I asked her to do a Facebook Live for my Writeto1k course students about breaking into medical writing.

Her freelance writing site is filled with great content (even videos) to help moms become more successful as a freelancers or mompreneur.

If you’re a mom thinking about freelance writing, make sure to check out these posts:

7. Single Moms Income

Alexa of Single Moms Income has really been a huge help for moms. Her blog is filled with highly valuable resources to earn income online and to help pay off debt.

Alexa has done freelance writing in the past when her kids were little and she has some amazing tips to help you!

8. Leaving Work Behind

Tom Ewer has been around for a while! A lot of successful freelance writers have probably found themselves reading his freelance writing site (I know I did when I first started) at one time or another!

Each post helps a freelance writer become better in their business. Make sure to check out these posts:

9. Write to Six Figures

 

Rebecca’s freelance writing site is a great blog for moms that want to be a freelance writer. She also has a mom blog and love reading both her websites.

Take a look at some posts to help you be a freelance write!

10. Lisa Tanner Writing

Lisa Tanner is a stay-at-home mom to 8 children and freelance writes! Oh, and she also homeschools! She is the supermama!

Her writing website has awesome tips if you are a freelance writer or VA and mom! Check them out:

The Best Freelance Writing Sites

Personally, I love going to solopreneur blogs for freelancers. Sure, there are the big blogs, but getting a personal perspective on their business and seeing how they grow is much more relatable to me.

I hope you check out these freelance writing sites!

Elna Cain is a B2B freelance writer  for SaaS businesses and digital marketing brands and the co-founder of Freelancer FAQs. She's been featured on Entrepreneur, The Ladders, The Penny Hoarder, Leadpages and more. If you want to learn how to freelance write, check out her free course, Get Paid to Write Online.

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Gush! Except 1 and 2, the rest of the freelance writing gurus are new to me. There’s really more I need to know about this niche. I guess it’s because I follow more of bloggers in the blogging tips niche. Thanks Elna for sharing. You’ve exposed me to a whole new set of people today. Emenike.Reply to Emenike
Thanks so much! Glad you enjoyed the post and I hope you enjoy the new gurus!Reply to Elna