Internet, Networking, & Security Web Development 23 23 people found this article helpful Where to Find Paid Blogging Jobs A Collection of Resources to Find a Paid Blogging Job By Susan Gunelius Writer Former Lifewire writer Susan Gunelius is a marketing communications specialist who writes about branding through blogs. our editorial process Susan Gunelius Updated June 24, 2019 Aping Vision/STS/Photodisc/Getty Images Web Development CSS & HTML Web Design SQL Tweet Share Email As more and more people are recognizing the power of the internet in general, and blogs/websites in particular, more websites are popping up every day, many of which need writers. Websites that offer blogging jobs are usually more than willing to pay for the content, either on a per-post basis or every so many days/weeks/months, much like a regular salary. Tip: As with any job posting, do your research and make sure the opportunity is legitimate before jumping in blindly. If the job seems too good to be true, it probably is. Where to Find Jobs Blogging Following is a list of resources to find paid blogging jobs: ProBlogger: This website about blogging is one of the best places to find paid blogging jobs. You can search by keyword and location and even pick between contract work, freelance, and part-time or full-time.Indeed: Performing a search for "blogger" or something similar on Indeed will provide a list of results culled from various websites. You can even upload your resume to Indeed to have employers find you.FreelanceWritingGigs.com: This site provides an everyday updated listing of links to blogging jobs that were found by manual searches all over the internet.FreelanceWriting.com: Those looking for a blogger to pay to write for them can submit jobs here for bloggers to find. FreelanceWriting.com also posts jobs from other websites like Ineed.Writers Weekly: Writers Weekly is a site dedicated to helping writers. The blogging jobs listed on Writers Weekly include paid classified ads as well as a compilation of original market listings that are received from the editors at each publication.Mediabistro: Mediabistro occasionally includes blogging jobs in their job listings.Craigslist: Craigslist is not only a place for trading or selling physical goods but also for posting job openings, some of which could be blogging positions. Pick your city (or any city) and do a search for jobs.WriteJobs.info: Like most online job search websites, WriteJobs.info gathers its postings from around the internet and places them into one easy-to-use place. Read a description of the job on this website and then use the external links to find the original job posting so that you can apply to be a blogger.BloggingPro: Find even more updated job listings for blogging jobs specifically, over at BloggingPro.com. You can find writing jobs that are contract work only or even an internship, as well as freelance, full-time, part-time, and temporary jobs. In addition are categories so that you can browse just blogging jobs, content writing jobs, copywriting jobs, magazine jobs, technical writing jobs, etc.JournalismJobs.com: Work from home blogging jobs are advertised on JournalismJobs.com too. Sign up for alerts to get emails when there are new blogging jobs available.AllFreelanceWriting.com (AFW): Some of the blogging jobs here have the payment amount advertised too. These are taken from websites like Craigslist and BloggingPro, among others.