Things to Know Before Using Freelance Bidding Sites

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I used freelance bidding sites a few times over the past 15 years. Freelance writing is a competitive, feast or famine career choice, and auction sites can look attractive during those “famine” periods.  To be honest, I’ve never had much success with these types of sites. Sure, I’ve found work here and there. For me,  freelance bidding sites aren’t the place to look for well-paying, long-term clients.

But this is just my experience. While I don’t recommend using these types of sites, I would recommend doing your research before signing up.

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35 REAL Telecommuting Job Leads

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Good afternoon, telecommuters! Welcome to a new day and a new list of telecommuting job leads. Fortunately for all of us, there are plenty of companies looking to hire people who work on a remote basis – All jobs listed today are current and accepting applications as of this writing.

Today we’re sharing jobs in customer service, marketing, project management, Administrative Assistance, and more.

Brands hiring today include Amazon, Dell, HireVue, Pizza Hut, Teletech, and others.

Today’s REAL Telecommuting Job Leads




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How to Find Entry Level Telecommute Jobs

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Many of the people who land on this blog via search engines are searching for information on finding or landing entry level telecommute jobs. Apparently, there are a lot of folks who are just starting out, changing their career focus, or heading back to work after taking time off to raise a family.

Because there’s so much interest, today’s post focuses on how to break into telecommuting and find the right kinds of jobs for you.

You would search for entry level telecommute jobs the same way you would seek this type of employment outside the home. The only exception is the types of jobs you’re searching for, where you’re searching for those jobs, and the type of work you want to do.

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57 REAL Telecommuting Job Leads

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Happy Monday, telecommuters! Let’s start this week on a positive note – with a nice long list of telecommuting job leads. All jobs on today’s list are current and accepting applications as of this morning.

Jobs listed today include medical coders, marketing, writing and editing, and customer service jobs (among many others!).

Brands hiring today include  Upworthy, The Neilsen Company, Toptal, The Wirecutter, Zapier, and more.

Don’t want to wait for Telecommunity’s job leads lists? Join the Telecommute Job Leads group on Facebook where we share leads throughout the day.

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Freelance Friday! 41 Freelance Job Leads

real-freelance-job-leadsIt’s Freelance Friday, telecommuters! Today’s list focuses on remote jobs  that are open to freelancers, consultants, and independent contractors.  As always, jobs are current as of this writing and we did our best to only post freelance job leads that are less than a week old.

Today’s list features jobs for developers, writers, customer service professionals, freelance marketers, editors and more.

Brands hiring freelancers today include Fractl.com, JobHero.com, Net Transcripts, Highmark Health, Upworthy, Snopes.com, and more.

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38 REAL Telecommuting Jobs You Can Apply to Today!

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Happy Thursday, Telecommuters! I have a long list of telecommuting job leads for you today. All jobs listed today are current as of this writing and I did my best not to list anything that has been available for more than a week. Hopefully, you won’t find any “expired” jobs on this list.

Today’s list features full and part time jobs for telecommuting marketing professionals, customer service reps, medical coders, project managers, virtual teachers and more.

Brands hiring today include Dell, Harris Teeter, Philips, Tenable, and others.

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3 Tools to Help With Grammar and Usage

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Writers and people who have to use writing as part of their jobs aren’t perfect. We typo and we make mistakes. Sometimes, though, despite our best proofreading, we turn in content with mistakes.

If you have to do any form of writing for a living – whether social media posts, memos to the staff, emails, or a blog post like this one – you know how embarrassing it is to have someone else point out a mistake. That’s why I use some apps to determine whether or not my writing is ready for clients or public consumption.

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