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Quality writers are committed to providing their clients with professional and quality writing services. All their writers are well-qualified and experienced, and they are the most valuable possession of our company. You can choose projects which suit your interest and expertise. Moreover, you can work at your own pace, and hence can make as much money as you want. Some of the tasks you can do include essay writing, editing and resume writing.
They are a professional writing service that pay writers on time and provide required support. If you are looking for a writing company that will facilitate you to grow professionally, then QualityWriters.net is the best possible choice for you. If you are confident of providing quality, original essays, then you are most welcome to join their team of writers.
They do not award any project without writer`s request. If you found a project you would like to work on, you should place a bid. If your bid is accepted, you will be assigned to the project. You can find more information about this process in their System guide.HOW TO APPLY
Visit quality writers website and fill in their Sign up form with your personal and professional information. When the form is submitted, you will receive an email confirmation with further instructions. Their HR Department will approve the application within 1 week. If the information that you provide is not enough, you may be contacted to provide more details.PAYMENT SERVICES
Quality writers supports several payment options: e.g. Moneybookers and PayPal. Once you complete the project, you will see the earned amount in your financial report. You are free to request money withdrawal whenever you need and your request will be processed within 48 hours.TIPS AND TRICKS OF GETTING YOUR FIRST GIG AS A WRITER ANYWHERE
1. Start Cold Pitching
Do you know cold pitching is a fabulous way to land recurring gigs? There’s much less competition and you’ll have a better chance at landing a gig when you contact clients directly.What is cold pitching?
It’s when you contact bloggers, entrepreneurs, companies, small businesses or startups and let them know how you – a freelance writer – can help grow their business.
Yes, I know, it sounds hard (and scary) doesn’t it? Especially if you’re brand new to freelance writing. But, you know what? It’s totally easy to do.
First you need to locate businesses to cold pitch to. Maybe you noticed they don’t have a blog – but should. Or, on Twitter you see they are trying to grow their online presence and you think your content can help with that.
Once you locate these places, all you have to do is draft up a cold pitch and send it off!
In your pitch make sure to include:
2. Pitch to a Job Board Ad
- How you found out about them
- Who you are
- How you can help them
If you’re new to freelance writing and you want to find quality jobs, responding to job ads is your best bet. It’s also the main way many new writers use for finding consistent work.
And it’s something I tell my course students to do as it helps you gain confidence as a new freelance writer.
A bonus to using job boards over a freelance market place like Upwork or Guru to find a writing gig, is there isn’t any bidding. Entrepreneurs, small businesses and start-ups post job ads to freelance writing job boards and you pitch to these ads.
Sometimes you are asked to give your rate; other times the job ad specifies a starting rate for content.
While there are paid job boards you can use, I would suggest you first start using free job boards. I was able to find my first freelance writing job writing 800-word blog posts for $100 on a free job board.
Here are the job boards to start pitching to:
- Blogging Pro
- Canadian Freelance Writing (you don’t need to be Canadian to apply to these jobs)
- AllIndieWriters Job Board
Check out my step-by-step guide on an insanely fast way to find freelance writing jobs using job boards.3. Follow Tweets from Job Boards
Did you know social media can be a goldmine for landing gigs? I didn’t know either until it happened to me several times. Twitter is a great place to find freelance writing jobs quickly and it’s a great way to build relationships with potential clients.
And by following certain freelance writing job boards you won’t be hard-pressed trying to land a gig during a dry spell. For example, I found this tweet recently:
Want to know which job boards I follow:
4. Ask Friends, Family and Work
Okay, this may be a no brainer, but you never know until you ask! Before you make your leap into freelance writing, let your friends and family know.
Doing this can help secure your first samples as a new writer. Your friend or family member may need you to edit their résumé or just write an ad for their flower shop.
When you decide to quit your 9-5 job to do freelance writing full-time, let your work and coworkers know. They may end up being your first client and can provide you with your first testimonial!
It’s also important to be ready at all times for potential writing gigs in your day-to-day life. This means creating business cards that you can quickly give to friends and family.
You may also end up finding another writer in your town! I’ve met two freelance writers where I live and meet up with one of them regularly!5. Use Your Website
The best way to attract high-paying clients is to have a professional looking website. But, if you are just starting out, this may not be an option for you right off the bat.
Maybe you have a personal blog that you’ve built during your spare time. You can definitely use your site to offer your freelance writing services…in the beginning.
Eventually, though, to really ramp up your business you’ll want to invest in a self-hosted WordPress site and create a professional looking writer website.Click here to get started with Quality writers