What: ProBlogger is not going to offer you a writing job, but it has a job board where you can find one for free.

Expected pay: Not applicable

Husl $core: $$$$$

Commissions & fees: none

Where: Nationwide

Requirements: None


ProBlogger is not going to offer you a job, but it hosts a job board where you can find one. There are no subscription fees; no catches. And the site offers all sorts of helpful advice to freelance writers, including how to safely apply to jobs (including those listed on the site); how to better format posts; and ways to use influencer outreach to make your blog more profitable.

Notably, the poorly-rated Contena appears to pull job listings from ProBlogger — but unlike ProBlogger where access to the job listings is free — Contena is going to charge you to see them.  

If you’re an aspiring writer — particularly if you hope to launch your own blog and make money through ads and affiliate marketing — you should bookmark this site. Founder Darren Rowse has also written a number of How-to books, helpful for aspiring bloggers. 

You may also want to sign up at other free job boards, such as Indeed and Glassdoor.


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