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Back when I was a hungry writer, I would take on work from places like odesk
(now called Upwork). The service gave me exposure to the international
marketplace. I picked up gigs that I would never have found locally. One gig
from an Australian company turned into steady work for 8 months.
Hope this helps,
Will Husa Documentation Solutions
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Subject: PT/Contract Writing Sites
I need information on Websites listing part-time, contract, freelance
writing/editing work. The work can be any kind of writing/editing/proofing
(not just tech writing).
Can list members recommend any such sites? Or comment on their experiences
with different sites?
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