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There are millions of bloggers in the world and billions of blogs. When it comes to freelance writing and blogging, you would think that there are a lot of jobs available. If that’s the case then why are so many people looking for blogger jobs online and not being able to find work? The answer is simply that they don’t know where to work.

If you are a content writer then there is a whole world of possible jobs out there for you, many of which are focuses on writing for blogs or providing content for other sites. One of the new market places online that sync up content writers and site owners who need content, is blogging.org. It’s free to join and once you create an account you can start writing right away or even post your own jobs for the site if you need new blog content. The pay scale for all writing sites will vary based on what you are writing on and how well of a writer you are. The content and grammar are always key when determining your pay rate.

Other web sites that you should consider looking for writing jobs on are . ProBlogger.net has one of the most active and useful job boards in the blogging space. There are usually over 20 different jobs listed and they vary in all different niches. Find the job that is most relevant to you, then contact the job person and see if you can get hired for the job. Most of these writing jobs are part time, but it’s still a good resource to make money on the site.

Lastly you can look through mini job marketplaces like elance, odesk and freelancer. There are millions of jobs listed on these sites and once you create an account you can start building up your own resume and continue to bring in new work for years to come.

Be sure to look through all of the resources and job sites listed above. The and blogging niche is very competitive and you really have to put yourself out there to find work and get paid as a writer.

Zac Johnson is a online marketer with 15 years of experience and also a blogger at BloggingTips.com and ZacJohnson.com, as well as the author of Blogging Tips: Confessions of a Six Figure Blogger on Amazon.com.

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