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14 Places To Find Paid Blogging Gigs

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  1. Hey Cori Ramos,

    It’s my pleasure to find this post useful for me thanks for making aware the top fourteen places for paid blogging gigs. Great tips for improving skills and making your blog famous, I means reading and writing is the best key for it. I agree with you on the sense of different social media sites. Social media sites are best places for finding blogging gigs, surely. I prefer Facebook, twitter, LinkedIn and Google+.

    Thanks for making familiar with the paid blogging gigs sites. I had knowledge about the GuestCrew and ProBlogger only. Excited to know upwork and Zip recruiter. Thanks for informative share.
    – Ravi.

    • Hey there Ravi,

      I’m so glad you found this post helpful. Gosh, it’s been a long time since I logged in to my Guest Crew account. I need to get back to that one. 🙂

      Have you been successful finding paid blogging gigs on Problogger?

  2. Well said Cori; the simplest recipe to improve writing is write, write and write.

    The resources you shared here are quite reputable and one can get paid without any delay if his work is accepted.

    Yes….. to get the first order is damn difficult but once a person gets it then after sometime he has to be choosy to get the high quality orders only to earn more in lesser time and with complete satisfaction.

    Thanks for sharing such valuable resources.

    • Hi Mi Muba,

      Yes sir, one of the first lessons I learned was to read and write as much as I could to improve my skills.

      I already love to read so that wasn’t hard. But writing was a bit challenging. I was all stuffy at first and wanted to come across professional. 🙂

      Thank you for reading my post and for your awesome comment! Have a great week. 🙂


  3. Hi Cori,

    These are definitely some great tips for bloggers to monetize their blogs. I think that’s one of the biggest things that bloggers struggle with.

    Most of them have no clue how to monetize their blogs or when they should start.

    I agree with you, learning how to write great posts takes a lot of hard work and practice. I am sure that we all have posts on our blogs we’re not particularly happy with.

    My goal is to make it a point to write 1,000 words each and everyday. Whether it’s a new blog post or an email autoresponder. By doing that I’ve noticed that it’s becoming easier to write.

    Thanks for sharing these tips and useful resources, I know that they will help so many people.

    Have a great day 🙂


    • Hi Susan,

      I’m glad you liked this post. Yes, there are plenty of was to monetize our blogs – it doesn’t have to be selling ads or posting sponsored content.

      I only started writing 1,000 word posts this year. It took me five years, lol! What helped me was Ryan’s tip to tell a story when we’re writing. It really made hitting the 1k mark easier. You should give it a try. 🙂

      Thank you for reading my post and for your awesome comment! Have a great week. 🙂


  4. Hi Cori, this post is very timely for me as I signed up on problogger just the other day.
    We have to be careful not to be in too many places at once or we can lose our focus on our own blog though.
    Funny too that you mentioned your earliest posts. I recently archived a bunch of my old ones, i was embarrased reading them.
    You are right that we should write everyday to improve our skills, it takes practice.
    Thanks for sharing these tips with us and have a great day ahead Cori!

    • Hi Lisa,

      You have a great point there – we need to have a balance of side gigs and time dedicated to write content for our own blog.

      Girl, I was cringing on mine. I was like what the h*ll was I smoking, LOL! Some of them were about 500 words and I was like, wow…I remember thinking man, I can’t write 500 words. 🙂

      I hope you find some blogging gigs on ProBlogger! Let me know how it goes for you!



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