Any regular Leaving Work Behind reader will know that I’m a huge fan of freelance blogging.
It got me my start in terms of making money online and being able to quit my job, and my writing business (which evolved from my freelance blogging efforts) is my largest source of income to this day.
I see it as my responsibility to help others achieve the same success in freelance blogging as I have. That is why my team and I have spent the past several months developing a service that enables freelance bloggers to:
- easily find freelance blogging job opportunities, and
- pitch effectively for them.
That service is known as Paid to Blog Jobs, and today I am delighted to announce that it is finally ready for you.
Read on to discover how Paid to Blog Jobs can help you land more jobs with quality clients, and ultimately make more money from working on your terms.
The Problem With Freelance Blogging
Many people who have tried freelance blogging have ultimately given up frustrated. The reasons for their frustration are often the following:
- They felt like they were competing with writers who were offering their services for absurdly low rates
- They couldn’t find (or don’t think they found) enough viable opportunities
- They didn’t get replies to their pitches
I get this. I’ve submitted my fair share of pitches to prospective clients to no response. I’ve seen the writers out there willing to create content for pennies. I’ve struggled to find viable opportunities without digging deep for the diamonds in the rough.
Ultimately I succeeded, but I recognized that not everyone might be as fortunate as me. With that in mind, in terms of wanting to help others become successful freelance bloggers, I knew I needed to provide solutions to the above three issues.
That’s Where Paid to Blog Jobs Comes In
Paid to Blog Jobs is the ultimate resource for freelance bloggers – both those who are completely new to the scene and looking to get a start, and those who have been blogging for a while and want to build up their income.
In a nutshell, Paid to Blog Jobs provides quality job opportunities on a daily basis and teaches you how to pitch in a highly effective manner.
It’s an online jobs board and an educational course, all in one.
Every single day, my team and I scour the web for high quality freelance blogging job opportunities. We sift through nearly 50 (and growing!) different sources in an effort to uncover every single viable job opportunity on the Internet.
To put it another way, we save you from doing a job that currently takes us over two hours a day.
Once we’ve found these jobs, we bring them altogether into a single, consistent, and easy-to-scan interface:
At a glance, you can see the job title, category, client name, rate, and a brief synopsis of the job itself.
But that’s not all. For those who don’t yet have samples with which to land jobs, we have a paid guest posting directory – an ever-growing list of over 75 blogs that will pay you to write for them. We’re also working on a far bigger unpaid guest posting directory, for people who want to bolster their samples portfolio even more.
When it comes to pitching for jobs (or guest posts), we’ve got you covered with our two extensive pitching guides. They tell you everything you need to know about pitching effectively.
We also offer an unlimited-use Pitch Review service – send a pitch to us before (or after) you submit it to a prospective client, and I’ll come back to you with my personal feedback.
I also post exclusive opportunities to work on my team within PBJ – these opportunities cannot be found elsewhere.
While I believe that PBJ is already the best resource out there for freelance bloggers, that doesn’t mean that we’re resting on our laurels. We’ve got plenty more features planned for the future, not least simply more job opportunities.
What Does It Cost?
You can choose to pay for PBJ monthly, quarterly or annually, and it costs from as little as $21.67 per month.
In other words, you’re paying 36 cents for every hour you save searching for job listings – and that’s of course not to mention the paid guest posting opportunities, pitching guides, pitch review service, and future features.
Membership is risk-free too. We have a no-questions-asked 30 day money back guarantee, and you’re only tied in for as long as you choose (e.g. monthly, quarterly or annually). You can make big savings by choosing a longer membership, or just go month-to-month and see how you get on. It’s totally up to you.
Put simply, I have no interest in you being a PBJ member unless it pays for itself.