Job boards are great if you’re just starting out as a freelance writer. They’re accessible, (mostly) free and can lead to high-paying writing gigs.
There’s just one problem: How do you know which ones to use?
If you do a Google search for freelance writing jobs, your eyes will eventually glaze over just looking at the search results. Too many links and no idea which ones to click first.
When I first searched for writing jobs online, it took me hours to figure out which ones can bring me quality clients. I certainly crossed off Craigslist and Upwork from the list, but even then I still struggled to weed out job boards that just plain sucked.
Don’t let the same thing happen to you. I’ve listed five job boards that I personally use and highly recommend.