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make money with money online Writing for online markets seems to have gotten a bad reputation. I blame the rise of “content mills” that pay writers a pittance (think $5 or $10 for a feature-length piece). A lot of writers now seem to think that writing for the Web means writing for peanuts, but that genlization is untrue.
In fact, there are thousands of online writing opportunities for freelancers, many of which pay well. It’s knowing how to find and pitch the best potential markets, deliver writing that works well online, and grow initial assignments into ongoing relationships that can set you apart from other writers. Follow these best practices, and soon you’ll be turning pixels into paychecks.
Finding the Best Opportunities Writing for the Web
Recent years have seen an increase in Web-based publications as well as print publications that publish additional content online. Beyond these more obvious markets, consider also that virtually every business with a website needs copy—and lots of it. Countless corporations, nonprofits and even small companies are turning to Web-savvy writers as they look to appeal to consumers through blog posts, articles and other content supplementing their products and services.
So how can you find out which of these lucrative markets are looking for writers like you?