10 iWriter Alternatives For Writers And Clients

iWriter AlternativesThere are many iWriter alternatives for people who want to get fresh content for their sites and for those who want to earn some money by writing articles.

When I was preparing this article, I was looking for writing jobs opportunities but if you are a website owner you can find freelancers on these websites too.

Below you can see 10 iWriter alternatives divided into 4 categories:

Sites Like iWriter

1. HireWriters

2. Textbroker

Two websites that are really similar to iWriter. The clients submit their projects and the writers choose one of them at a time. When they complete it, they submit the project for approval. When a client accepts an article, the money will be credited to the writer’s account.

The pricing depends on the length of the article and the membership level. It is the simpler way on the internet to find writing jobs but you will not earn a lot of money in the beginning. However, you can increase your earnings per article as you climb the membership levels.

Gig Sites

3. Fiverr

4. Seoclerks

You can use these popular websites with many ways. You can create some gigs to earn money, find freelancers and there are many other business opportunities for new and experienced marketers.

If you are a writer, you must create some writing gigs. The process is really simple but you need a nice photo and a description to attract buyers. The buyers can contact you with a personal message, show them a sample of your work to increase your orders.

If you are a buyer, you can ask for a sample and you can see the reviews before you choose a writer. Also, you have the option to list a project, I am sure that many writers will apply for the job. Here is a Fiverr’s guide.

Freelance Sites

5. Upwork

6. Freelancer

7. Guru

8. Flexjobs

You create an account on these websites and you give information about your skills and experience. Then you can apply for jobs that individuals or companies have posted.

You explain why they should hire you, how much you ask, your experience and anything else could help you to find a job. Some times you can find posts for full-time writing jobs.

The best way to get started here is by applying to many jobs daily until someone contacts you back. A sample of your job can increase you chances to get hired.

If you want to find freelancers, you post a job and you wait for applicants. As the gig websites, you will have many writers to choose from.

Other Sites

9. Craiglist

A well-known website with classified ads on many different categories. You can also make your research for writing jobs. People and companies still using it to hire writers.

10. LinkedIn

If you have a LinkedIn account you can use it to connect with other freelancers, website owners, companies in your niche etc. You can also look for job opportunities as you connect with those people.

You could also use other social media like Twitter and Facebook but they do not work so well as LinkedIn.

An Extra Way To Find Writing Jobs

In my opinion, blogging is the best way to promote any product or service on the internet. You can start a blog to promote yourself.

People who are interested in hiring you, they can find samples of your work and posts on relevant topics. When you apply for a job, give them a link to your personal website, connect it with your social media profiles and get extra traffic from search engines.

If you are already a good writer, you will only need to learn some simple skills like keyword research and SEO. Join a training program to learn these skills and get started.Start a business banner

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