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Corporate writing jobs, which range from writing annual reports to writing copy to fill company and industry websites, pay reasonable rates and are relatively easy to find. Here are three sites that can help you find corporate writing jobs.


Contently connects companies looking for copy with writers willing and able to produce it. One of the things that makes this site special is that it does not allow writers to bid against one another. (Competitive bidding tends to push prices into the basement.) Instead, it establishes a price for each piece and offers the job to writers qualified to complete the work. While the jobs are not all high paying, they fall into a reasonable range. And each job is clearly described so freelancers can decide whether the pay is worth their time. 


Skyword connects Fortune 1000 clients with content creators, who produce blog posts, infographics and corporate videos. The client sets the rate of pay, which can be accepted or rejected by the freelancer. And Skyword charges the client (not the freelancer) a fee for the matchmaking service. All contracts also include a “kill fee” to ensure that freelancers won’t walk away empty-handed if a client changes his or her mind.


FreeUp enlists freelancers to create content for websites, brochures and other projects. Rates are set by your experience level. Experienced content creators earn $30 or more per hour.

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ServiceScape connects freelancers in writing, editing, translation and graphic design with people who need their help. The site’s clients can be almost anyone — students and academics looking for help with research papers; business people needing proposals and projects written or edited; and/or writers of books, screenplays and other manuscripts. Freelancers set their own rates of pay, but the site takes half of the money you earn. So, you’ve got to factor that steep fee into your rates. That said, several freelancers that charge steep fees have copious positive reviews. So, it seems as if the prices are not a deterrent from winning work. learn more about ServiceScape here.