Content Writing 101: Where Can You Find Regular Gigs?

Where can I find content writing gigs?

This is a million dollar question. But it has a million answers. We narrow it down for you so that you can find work quick and easy — and how to avoid dealing with fraud.

Facebook Groups – For Beginners

There are content writing groups on Facebook too. Most of them are frequented by newbies, veterans and clients as well. 

You are more likely to find managers there who have assignments for you. They usually quote their rates and work requirements publicly. These people will gladly give you work, and their payment deals are usually better than what freelancing firms have to offer.

How to find these Facebook groups? Try searching for these terms:

  • Pakistani Content Writers
  • Pakistani Freelancers
  • Content Writing Pakistan
  • Pakistani Bloggers

These search terms will yield results for you. But be warned that some scammers are not too far behind on these Facebook groups. It can be very easy for people to get work done without paying you, and sometimes pranksters will have you do work for no reason, so you have to be careful.

Facebook Groups are a mixed bag when it comes to finding content writing projects. But if you do your research, check background of the people you are working with (there’s plentiful and public feedback from the community after all), this might let you build your portfolio in no time at all.

Freelance Websites – For Experienced Writers

The first place where you can look for content writing gigs in Pakistan is to opt for freelance platforms such as Fiverr, Freelancer, Elance, Guru, iFreelance and SimplyHired.

Why choose freelancing sites? You get to decide your own work hours. You also get to have one-on-one interaction with all your clients. Additionally, you can even find external recruiters who like your work.

Drawbacks of using freelancing platforms Inexperienced content writers may not find work easily due to their lack of a portfolio. Sometimes, weeks can go by without you getting any assignments.

If you want to make the most of these platforms, it is important to maintain a good work ethic, satisfy your customers, and make a name for yourself.

Some freelancing sites (like Fiverr) have reviews, and new buyers might be hesitant to make a deal with you if they know you were late delivering your last task or failed to satisfy previous customers.

While these are great, it can be difficult to get regular work unless you’re very persistent. Fortunately, other options exist.

Content Writing Firms in Pakistan – For Beginners & Experienced Writers

There are plenty of freelancing firms in Pakistan that can give you content writing jobs. Ask your friends around because chances are that one of them might have worked in a couple of places like these.

You’ll find ads for these companies almost anywhere, and you can always apply to see if you’d like to work there.

Pro Tip: Most of these firms go by “IT Solutions” in their descriptions, so put that on your Google or LinkedIn search tab. They also tend to post their ads in Facebook Groups too.

Why not to go for these? These firms have quite a lot of projects and sometimes, they might exploit newbies into doing more work for less. When applying at one of these firms, it is a good rule of thumb to ask them for specifics regarding workload and requirements beforehand.

Software Houses – For Beginners

In your city alone, there might be a hundred of these and they always need content writers.

Why go for them? Often times, these software houses will look for home-based content writers. This can be an inexpensive win-win solution for both you and the employer, so do reach out and see if it works for you. Again, ask around in your circles about any available opportunities.

Who is it not for? The problem with software houses is that their work can sometimes be too much tech-focused and even specialized. If you’re comfortable with that, everything would work out great. Otherwise, you might need to apply somewhere else.

Check LinkedIn and Facebook for these type of job vacancies.


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An Exciting Bonus

Now for all of the options mentioned above, you might find that your own hard work could not be published under your own name, for professional reasons nonetheless. But if you are creative, or hungry to make your own name in blogging circles, you can say bye bye to ghost-writing.

How? Well you can submit your blog here at ProPakistani and get it featured as a Problog! And if you are really good, come work for us!

We hope you find what you’re looking for. You can also check out our other article about what to keep in mind once you land yourself a content writing gig.

Content Writing 101: 5 Things to Keep in Mind While Scoring Your First Gig

Getting a real job means learning the secrets of the trade. There are certain things you should know before you get involved in any kind of work, and this is especially true for content writing.

This is the most popular means of earning a little extra cash in Pakistan, but you need more than just good writing skills in order to excel.

After you’ve learned how to write quality pieces and deliver them on time, here are 5 main things that you need to keep in mind beforehand.

Decide on Deliverables

Often, a writer will send a piece of work thinking that he/she has done a pretty decent job, but the client will point out errors and ask for revisions. It is not at all uncommon for some clients to end up canceling the order in these cases.

So what can you, the content writer, do to prevent this? You need to protect your interests as well, and within reason.

You can:

  • negotiate and settle on a mutually-agreed rate for work being done, based on the project type – essays, blog posts, descriptions, website content, etc.
  • decide on the number of article revisions beforehand. You may encounter the odd client who, no matter how many times you revise your content, will not be satisfied. Insist on them paying you more if they exceed the revision quota.

Remember, in the content writing business, the document you share with your client is the final product, and they can choose not to pay once they’ve gotten it. But that doesn’t mean that they can exploit you for the hard work you’ve put in your work so far.

Again, we must stress this, as a writer your work must be easy to read, presentable and to the point. Otherwise no client will take you seriously, one revision or fifty.


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Advance Payments

While the general idea of advance payments can come across as too much, but for those in the freelancing content writing business, it is necessary.

Discuss the deliverables with your client. Based on the project size and requirements, you will have to insist on either 25%, 30% or 50% advance payment (whatever suits you).

By doing this you are treating your own work fairly. It also helps weed out unscrupulous clients who have no intention of paying you once you turn your work in. Content writers are all too aware of this situation here.

Inform Availability Dates Beforehand

In the event that you should need to pause your freelance work, you can do so.

Talk to your employer and clients beforehand, if you have some family or other commitments coming up.

If not, clients will be at liberty to penalize you over canceled orders etc. Your freelancer profile also shows bad feedback left by clients who were not informed of any emergencies in such cases. It pays to be courteous and careful.

Understanding Order Maturity Dates

For most firms, your payment doesn’t get processed immediately. It can take one week, two weeks or even a month. This is known as order maturity.

Ask your employer about order maturity time periods and estimate the date on which your payment will be processed.

Consider this: you’ve sent an assignment on a Monday and the processing time is a week. Your order will be matured by the following Monday. Suppose that Monday is the 30th of January, and you get your paycheck on the 1st of February. If your order had matured before 1st of February, you would have gotten paid for it then, but because it hadn’t, you will get paid for it on the 1st of March.

Also it helps if you can dig into the client’s history. Check their ratings on freelancing platforms. In Facebook groups, you can check what others are saying about a client before signing up for a project with them.

Keep a Task Sheet

When you’re being paid on a monthly basis by your employer or manager, it is not uncommon for you to lose count of the number of tasks you’ve done over 30 days.

Always keep a spreadsheet handy and jot down the order number, date, type, payment and order maturity dates.

You will need to prepare an invoice at the end of the month anyway, but it’s good to update your task sheet while you do your work in order to avoid any errors or miscount.

While content writing may be great, you don’t have fixed work hours. This might mean some days where you can type away frantically in the middle of the night, but you’ll get used to that.

Our next post will feature where you can find content writing gigs in Pakistan.

Cute, Creepy, and Cool Collective Nouns – Online Writing Jobs & Freelance Content Writing Opportunities

What do word nerds and animal-lovers have in common? I’ll give you a hint: It’s not a love for Latin names. It’s an appreciation for a fun and quirky collective noun. What is a collective noun? These words describe a group of humans, animals, or concepts as one single entity. In the human realm, you’ve likely come across some really common collective noun examples, like a class of students, a team of baseball players, or a party of politicians, but once you stray into the animal kingdom, you’ll find terms in the collective nouns list that are unexpected and even downright adorable!

Common Examples of Collective Nouns

Some collective nouns are shared by humans and animals. You’ve heard of a troop of soldiers, for instance, but a troop is also a group of kangaroos, monkeys, apes, or baboons. And a group of disturbingly talented cookie-sellers is called a troop of Girl Scouts.

In the same vein, we refer to an army of soldiers, but a group of ants or frogs is also known as an army. You might also call this a plague, particularly if the army of frogs has fallen from the sky. (But all jokes aside, a group of locusts really is called a plague.) And groups of ants are also known as colonies of ants. There is no collective noun for a group of aunts, but maybe it should be called a knitting circle.

Speaking in government terms, you can come across a parliament of owls, a coalition of cheetahs, or a committee of vultures, none of which you would like to have in charge of anything. Or maybe you would, especially if you’re putting yourself in the hands of a wisdom of wombats (which is a collective noun that has never been used to describe a group of humans).

Unusual Animal Collective Nouns

Now that we’ve taken a look at the familiar, let’s venture into some more obscure collective noun examples.

A group of crows is ominously called a murder. I suppose a group of murders is sometimes called a spree, but I think “Game of Thrones plot point” would be a better term.

On a similar creepy and nefarious note, you should avoid an ambush of tigers, a battery of barracuda, an intrusion of cockroaches, a shiver of sharks, a mischief of rats, or an unkindness of ravens.

If you’re creeped out enough, recover by enjoying the cuteness of a clowder of cats, a business of ferrets, a romp of otters, a tower of giraffes, a prickle of porcupines, or a waddle of penguins.

It seems that collective nouns are for the birds, as some of the most interesting terms are applied to flocks of our feathered friends. For instance, a group of bullfinches is a bellowing, a coop houses a clutch of chickens, a group of cormorants is a gulp, eagles gather in a convocation, a goldfinch flock is a charm, and a group of flamingos is, naturally, known as a flamboyance.

Hopefully, these animal collective nouns have inspired you to try out some new and unique terms for groups. Either that or you’re going to spend the next 15 minutes scrolling through cute animal pictures. We’ll call it a win either way.

Allyson serves as an SEO optimization specialist for Online Writing Jobs. She also contributes to copy editing and assessment of client content needs. Allyson has taken fiction and non-fiction writing courses at SUNY Potsdam and the College of St. Rose, and she has a bachelor’s degree from SUNY Potsdam as well as a master’s degree from Sage Graduate School.

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Content Writing 101: Why Should You Opt for Content Writing [Guide]

Content writing is a good and relatively inexpensive way of earning money.

It doesn’t matter if you are a student or a professional in an established business, you can do it if you possess good grammar and language skills. As an added bonus, you can improve your written expression.

Why Take Up Content Writing?

Here’s why you should take up content writing if you’ve got time on your hands.

  • You have a good source of earning a little extra money while doing work that is not entirely taxing.
  • Content writing gigs are plentiful and very easy to find,
  • You can set up flexible work hours for yourself in many cases. Sure beats being chained to a desk all day long.

If you’re good with your written expression, this is just about the best thing for you, but you can set yourself up for content writing all the same because you’ll always be able to learn.

It’s a great gig to take up — especially for females — but there are a few things you have to keep in mind.

Deadlines

You will be dealing with a massive number of customers, and as a writer, it is your responsibility to ensure that work is delivered in a smooth and orderly way. Time is of the essence here.

Its not unheard of for your customers to leave negative feedback on your profile if you miss their deadlines. A good rule of thumb is to set a timely work schedule between you and your client(s).

Most seasoned content writers will have you know that this is the most important work ethic to maintain.

In order to make sure you meet your deadlines and don’t procrastinate while scrolling through your feed (don’t lie, we’ve all done that), you can use the Forest app. It’s even got a Chrome extension so there’s no way you can fall behind schedule with this one.

Originality

Make no mistake, because plagiarism is a serious issue. With content writing, it is looked down upon more so.

A quick and hassle-free way to check your work and thrash out plagiarism issues is to use Small SE Tools, but you can also opt for Turnitin. There’s also Copyscape.

Fair warning, though: Save and Download your plagiarism reports because once you upload your file to the Internet, the next time your project is fed to a detector,  it announces 100% unoriginal work and we don’t want that.

Well Written Work

You don’t need to be Shakespeare to provide quality content in these gigs. It is, however, very important that you use proper English with the right grammar and punctuation because most of the work is for international customers who take language very seriously.

Grammarly is a great source for making sure you nail this one.

Tips for Turning in Quality Content Writing Work

It is never difficult to manage a content writing task once you’ve gotten the hang of it, and most pieces aren’t very long. However, here are a few tips for making sure you have everything covered in your piece:

  • Run a background check for the topic you’ve been assigned to write about. You can find relevant information in almost 99% of the cases, and incorporate them into your work
  • Make sure you know what you’re writing about. There is no room at all for ambiguity. Be clear in what you are trying to say.
  • If there’s something you feel you need to add but cannot find, do not hesitate to reach out to the client in question.
  • Always ask clients for an overview of what they’re looking for in the piece they want to be written so you don’t start off blank.

This is not all. After you’ve landed yourself a freelance gig, you need to know how to handle things responsibly and not get hoodwinked on your first day at work.

But not to worry. We’ve got you covered.

Our next post will dive into things you need to keep in mind when you get your first content writing job.

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What Is SEO Content Writing

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There are basically two primary goals of content writing. The first goal is to make the content reader-friendly so that they get enough interest in reading the content till the end and take interest in the product, service, or other relevant contents on the website. The second goal is to make the content search engine-friendly so that search engine crawlers find the article relevant to the users based on certain keywords and rank it high on the search engine result pages. If you have a popular social media page, huge regular readers on your website, and great promotional strategies, your content’s priority should be the readers. But when you do not have them and you need to drive readers through your content, you need to write search engine optimized(SEO) content to rank higher and get unlimited organic traffic. In other words, any content writing with search engines as the first priority is SEO content writing.

What Makes SEO Content Writing Different From Others?

There is a huge demand for SEO content writers in the online world and people even hire freelance SEO expert to optimize their contents for search engines to rank them higher. For writing a general content, a little bit of research and good writing style are enough. But for SEO content writing, there needs to be a detailed keyword research so that the content gets ranked higher easily with the selected keywords. The writer needs to be aware of the current SEO practices for such content writing as the density of keywords, placement of keywords and likewise. Furthermore, the content must be written in such a way that there could be scope for external and internal linking so that link juice can flow smoothly for higher ranking automatically. There is a misconception that SEO content writing is only for search engines. It is true that search engines are the first priority but there is rather an equal weight must be given to writing the content properly for the users to take an interest, increase engagement, and make it viral in a short period of time.

Elements Of SEO Content Writing 

For writing SEO content, one needs a proper SEO content strategy so that every content becomes SEO-friendly and in the long run, they get ranked higher for the keywords used.

Deciding The Goal – The first element of SEO content strategy is deciding the targeted audience and the goals to achieve your content. Depending on whether it is for selling a product or service or a simple blog so that readers check out other blogs too, the keywords will be decided. The reason is that the categories of readers are different and so will be their search queries on search engines. Based on the assumption of those queries, keyword research will be done.

Keyword Research – The second thing one needs to do is find out the keywords to be used in the content. The keywords need to have low competition and high search volume. There should be multiple keywords some of which should be primary and others should be secondary, long-tail, and semantic keywords. You can hire freelance SEO expert to do this part.

Deciding The Essentials – For any SEO content, the title and the sub-headings play the most important role. Therefore, enough time should be spent to decide a keyword-rich and catchy title that could come close to matching with the query that the targeted audiences might search on the search engines. The long-tail keywords must be used for the sub-headings. Similarly, the meta description should also be prepared with keywords and it must be very intriguing because the targeted audiences might check the meta description before click on your link on the search engine result pages.

Placing The Keywords – It is finally time to write the content. It should be written like a general content keeping the targeted audiences in the mind. But the most important thing should be placed on the keywords in the content so that all keywords are properly utilized and spread the content. Furthermore, the density of the keywords should be according to the latest SEO standards. There should not be any keyword stuffing. Furthermore, you cannot write large sentences and long paragraphs.

Using Quality Anchor Link – The external and internal linking plays a major role in SEO content writing. You should use high-quality external anchor links to relevant websites in your content. This will increase the credibility of the article and the search engine crawlers will consider your content more relevant. Similarly, you should never miss out on the scope of linking the web pages of your website in the article. This will help to pass the link juice evenly and the reader can also check them out to increase page views and engagement and reduce bounce rate.

Other Miscellaneous Aspects – You should use creative images after every couple of paragraphs because content with least images is not considered good by search engine crawlers. The images have to be SEO-friendly as well which means you have to specify titles and alt texts with primary keywords. After finishing the content, you have to revise properly and use of SEO plugins will help you to iron out the content.

The clients post freelance jobs of high budget all the time to hire SEO content writers. If you want to make a living from content writing, you have to elevate yourself from a general content writer to SEO content writer.

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What Is the Difference Between Technical Writing, Content Writing and Creative Writing?

Content is the king in the online world. It is the content that you write on your website or on social media pages that drive the targeted audiences to your product or service. Just as you need web developers to create your website perfectly to represent your business online, you need to hire freelance content writers with specific skill sets to write impactful and SEO-friendly content. When it comes to the skill sets of the content writers, you need to be aware of the different types of content writing possible and post freelance jobs according to hire specialized writers who can deliver the best content possible.

There are basically three types of writing possible – technical writing, content writing, and creative writing. A technical writer may not be strong in creative writing and hence, understanding the difference between these three categories is important for both clients and writers to choose the best candidates and projects by the respective people. Some people consider technical writing and creative writing as sub-divisions of content writing which is completely wrong. The writing styles and the knowledge required in all these three categories are completely different and hence, you should understand the difference before posting freelance jobs to hire writers.

Difference Between Technical Writing and Content Writing –

For technical writing, a writer needs to have a deeper knowledge of the particular technical subject he is about to write on. It can be industries, machinery, products and services, technologies and likewise. The information provided in a technical writing has to be scientific, authentic, and relevant to the technical topic. In technical writing, a strict format is followed and the tone has to be professional. For example, a technical article on how to operate a washing machine needs the writer to know the technicalities of the washing machine and write the article in a specific format following a set of conventions without any exaggeration of words. A technical writer needs to know the technical jargons associated with the technologies he is specialized in. The purpose of technical writing is to educate and inform the targeted audiences. As a technical writer, you will find projects to write manuals, guides, tutorials, academic stuff, product specifications and likewise.

For content writing, a writer needs to be a jack of all trades as it is a vast field. It can be anything like electronics, science, spirituality, reviews, sports, and even social media writing. The best example of content writing is blogs. The writing style of content writing depends on the requirements of the clients as well as the topics. For example, if you are writing content for web pages, the tone of writing has to be professional yet flattering and the content has to be informative and marketable. But when you are writing a blog sharing your personal experience, you can write any way you want it so that that the readers find the blog interesting to read.

The main convention of content writing is that the writing should be engaging. But the goals of content writing can be different based on where it will be posted. For example, if you are writing it for social media, it has to be intriguing and something unique so that people share them and make it viral. It can also be for the promotional purposes for a product or service. When you are writing a review, it must convince the readers to buy a certain product so that you get a commission from the affiliate link. When you are writing for a website and want organic traffic, the content has to follow certain SEO guidelines. You do not need any deep knowledge about the subject you are about to write as most of it are already available on the internet in lucid form to read and understand before writing on it.

For creative writing, a writer needs to be imaginative, understand the psychology of the targeted audiences, and have a strong command over the language he is about to write on. It is not something that you can learn as such writing a poem, novel, story, script, and even creative articles. You need to have an inner passion for writing and literature to become a creative writer. Furthermore, a creative writer needs to have a vast vocabulary and know different writing styles so that he/she can stay the readers with his/her writing. There is no particular format, convention, or formula in creative writing. The content is self-created and ideas may be completely imaginative or inspired by the reality.

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