Showing posts with label freelancing. Show all posts
Showing posts with label freelancing. Show all posts

Thursday, 18 August 2016


Most People are continuously faced with writing unique and quality content for their blog as most of them would usually end up in copy and paste work which is not good for SEO. The aim of this post is to show how to generate quality articles using Kontent Machine.

Kontent machine is a unique software that allows User to scrape and re-write search engine friendly articles for their blog. With this software, you can create search engine friendly unique in Just less than 30 minute.

"Kontent Machine allows anybody to create thousands of articles that can be as unique, readable or media rich as you want them to be"

Here is a review of how Kontent Machine works

You start by searching the web for top performing keywords, insert them into Kontent Machine software and spin it to produce unique post articles. you can then review and correct some grammatical error such as spellings, punctuation etc. Such articles would usually make good post or you can submit to other blogs in your niche and link back to your blog to get traffic.

Wednesday, 11 May 2016


The aim of this post is to share with you how you can apply and get freelance writing jobs quickly. If you’ve been freelancing writing for sometimes now, you will know how time consuming looking for freelance work can be. Definitely, there are lots of great resources out there for finding writing jobs. But here are a few tips to apply and get freelance jobs quickly.

Act Quickly
Assuming you know all the right places to look out for freelance jobs. I would usually suggest that you act quickly when applying for a freelance job or you could miss out. Twenty-four hours is a long time in freelance writing, don’t delay to express your interest in a job you find attractive.

Friday, 29 April 2016


Here is a list of some of the best educational magazines that pays you to write for them. What you need to do is simply identify the one that suits your talent by visiting any of the sites to inform them of your interest to write for them.
Here is what I found

  • Pay per-word rate based on experience and skill.
They are interested in timely stories about current issues, local personalities, business, sport, health care, education, politics, art and culture, architecture and urban life, history, food, shopping, music and night-life, recreation and the environment.
They particularly looking for full-length featured stories with 2,500-5,000 words
If you are a writer, photographer or illustrator, write a brief pitch telling them why your idea is different, newsworthy and interesting for their readers.

  • Pay $150 per guest contribution
They welcome submission from subscribers, administrators and faculty in higher education and organization leaders with information on topics relevant to their readers. Their aim is to provide women on campus with practical ideas and insights to be more effective in their careers and lives so that they can gain the power the need to win respect, influence, sell ideas and take their rightful place in leading society.

Sunday, 17 April 2016


Freelance writing as changed tremendously in the last couple of years as I have seen many freelance writers gaining online presence and making it big. Ofcourse, every freelance writer has the same goal, he/she wants to become one of top freelancer and want to earn huge money but yet some of them are not getting success while others are.

Here are some of the reasons why some are behind the race. And in the end of this article you’ll know what you did was wrong or right. What are you doing is going to get you where you want to go.

1. Trying to cover all Niches

This is one of the top biggest mistakes in the freelance community. They are all trying to cover too many niche. This is a very serious setback at achieving success in freelance writing. The problem is you want to cover the entire niche yourself. Running a multi-niche writing task needs too much concentration and effort and dedicating writing, which you cannot do alone. As a newbie, always try to cover a specific niche and write about that particular niche.

Tuesday, 22 March 2016


There are online cultural magazines that pay writers up to $500 or more per article they accept. These online magazines continually seek writers who can provide them with reasonable information or happenings ranging from arts, culture, politics, music and other historic features. They accept articles that are fully researched and informative and entertaining with no less than 600 to a maximum of 3500 words.

Here are some of the cultural magazines that you can submit your post and earn up to $500 or more per articles.

Hightime publish articles on travel, entertainment and psychedelics. They accept articles, photos and illustrations from non-staff writers, photographers and illustrators. They are interested in getting field reports involving drug war as well as local content events that may be of interest to a large group of community. Your articles should not be less than 2,000 words. Meanwhile you can earn additional $50-$400 per photo that is attached for magazine usage.

Tuesday, 15 March 2016


Employers will always lookout for these five traits when they search for freelancers to hire.
Let me start by quoting that success is never accidental. It is a direct result of preparing, planning and aligning time with the most important goal. Successful people experiment with different activities until the find that morning routine that fits their lifestyle and set them up for a successful day.

Here are five “TRAITs” of highly successful freelancers

1. Detailed strategic planning

One of the major differences between highly successful freelancers and average performer is detailed strategic planning. Successful freelancers spend more time thinking about the big picture goals and ideas. They spend time to create attractive banners and write irresistible headlines for their post.

“Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe”- Abraham Lincoln.

Their detailed planning provides clarity on what they what they should be working on at any given time. And this helps to produce at high level because they separate the planning and creation process. Highly successful freelancers regularly schedule time to review their priorities, goals and road map to achieve them. They schedule time to monitor their progress on key objectives and make plans based on results and lessons learned. They schedule their project on a daily and weekly basis. They set aside time to plan and strategize as well as time to execute those plans.

Tuesday, 8 March 2016


I will show you more than 10 popular sites that you can render freelance services and get paid for it. I relied on one of this popular site for all my work because I earned better pay compared to what other sites pay peanut. payment could be as high as $500 or more per article though the minimum payment on any of this platform is $5.

Here are some of the great places online to find work as a freelance

Freelancer is one of the World’s largest freelancing, outsourcing and crowd sourcing market place used to get jobs done easily. You can post your project and receive competitive bids from freelancers within minutes. You pay for work safely and securely. Payment is only released when you are 100% satisfied with the work provided.

Guru first emerged in 2001 as a passion project. It provides business with the tools to find and hire talented freelancers all over the world. It is the best for employer and freelancers to connect, collaborate, and get work done.
To get started, you need to sign up and create a profile and define the freelance service you want to offer. Employers will find you by these service when the search for freelancer to hire. You can also search and apply for jobs that interest you in any category.
The employer pays the company before the work begins. When job is approved and completed and the employer is satisfied with the work, they pay you. It is a win-win arrangement for both sides.

Wednesday, 2 December 2015


When I started my freelancing job in 2004, I made lot of research about genuine writing jobs that can fetch me at least $500 monthly. in the course of my research I discovered many blogging jobs available on the internet. Freelance blogging still remain a fertile field and sure great way of making money online. With over 3 million websites online and many more springing up every minute, there is a high demand of quality content by website owners and freelance companies. If you have the quality and skill to write a good article, I can assure you that you will make money as a guest or freelance blogger. Before I go further, let me expatiate the following terms;

A freelance Blogger: is someone who is paid for writing posts for his client (either individual or companies).

Content Marketer: is someone who writes content to pull targeted traffic to his website.

Guest Blogger: is someone that writes blog post and get it published on another person webpage. Which he can either be paid by the owner of the website or exchange it for back-link into his website.
 Here is my list of 20 sites that pays up to $350 per article you write;

Worldstart: is a freelance site are related to computer tips, email newsletter and general computer programs. Payment range from $15 to $35 per article accepted. You can also back-link these articles to your site.
Article range: $15-250 words
and maximum length of 800word for $35.
Your writing should be in a way anyone can understand. It should be able to show users how to operate his/her computer. Payment method: PayPal and cheque.

Writersweekly: They are seeking for article on how to make money writing articles, ghost writing, publishing and general ideas that help writers support themselves performing the work they love. They pay $60 per 600words for each article they accept. Payment method: pay pal