Looking for creative writing and advertising jobs? These sites can help you find work.
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WorkingNotWorking connects writers, editors, designers, illustrators, developers, animators, photographers, directors, and producers with companies that want to hire them. Currently a division of Fiverr, the site operates independently. It puts all of the cost of finding workers on the companies, allowing freelancers to earn 100% of the rates they set. Learn more about WorkingNotWorking here.
Creatively connects creative artists of all stripes — animators, creative writers, fashion designers, web designers, fine artists, advertisers and producers — with companies and individuals who need their services. The brainchild of fashion brand alice + olivia founder Stacey Bendet, the site makes it easy to post a portfolio and apply to jobs offered by a wide array of local and national brands. Creatives sign up and post a profile for free. Brands/employers are asked to subscribe to connect with creatives. Launched in 2020, the job listings on this site already impress. And Creatively appears to get more attention — more top creative companies looking for highly skilled freelancers — every week. You can learn more about Creatively here.
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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. Read our full review about ServiceScape here.