Where can I find good part-time online writing jobs? What are some good sites to get part-time writing assignments?

Updated on : January 21, 2022 by Heath Warner



Where can I find good part-time online writing jobs? What are some good sites to get part-time writing assignments?

** Please note that I have not used most of these sites, due to the fact that I have not written anything to pay for. **

With that said, Writer's Digest has recommended the following sites:

  • freelancewritinggigs.com updates freelance writing jobs daily.
  • fwointl.com is the official website of the Freelance Writing Organization International. There are writing resources as well as information on available freelance jobs and writing grants.
  • journalismjobs.com lists full-time, part-time, and freelance journalism jobs. You can search using a location filter, a specific industry in which you specialize.
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** Please note that I have not used most of these sites, due to the fact that I have not written anything to pay for. **

With that said, Writer's Digest has recommended the following sites:

  • freelancewritinggigs.com updates freelance writing jobs daily.
  • fwointl.com is the official website of the Freelance Writing Organization International. There are writing resources as well as information on available freelance jobs and writing grants.
  • journalismjobs.com lists full-time, part-time, and freelance journalism jobs. You can search using a location filter, a specific industry you specialize in, the position of the job offered, etc.
  • mediabistro.com offers news on copywriting workshops, freelance jobs, contests, and more.
  • Writersmarket.com also provides updates on the freelance market, but a paid subscription is required to get the best information.
  • allindiewriters.com also allows you to search writing jobs.


As far as I know, Writer's Market is the only website where you have to pay for information.


Thanks for the A2A!

All good answers. Full Disclosure - I haven't written anything for pay while building my resume on Quora and other blogs.

Regardless, I follow @Writing_Gigs on Twitter and peruse screenwriting, blog posts, and various other opportunities. Basically, they review Craiglists from all over the country and tweet opportunities directly from their "Concerts> Writing" section.

While Twitter is fine, there may be some scams within Craigslist. My litmus test for a scam is when the title is "Write from home, earn billions of dollars!" or a variation of it. Good luck!

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