The work: Companies often don’t have the staff to create content for their websites, so they outsource the job to freelancers. With
new sites springing up every day, writers are in huge demand.
What you bring to the table: A talent for expressing yourself concisely, putting an idea into words and meeting deadlines reliably. Companies often want content pertaining to a specific field of expertise, so it helps to sell yourself in your areas of strength.
Expect to earn: There is a vast range of pay for writing Web content, from nothing up to hundreds of dollars per assignment. The median pay for a full-time content writer is $35,200. You can earn as much as $66,000.
Sign on: Check listings at indeed.com or register with the Yahoo Contributor Network (contributor.yahoo.com), which pays for assigned content; the more traffic a post gets, the more money the writer earns. If you think you're a fit for a specific company, e-mail a sample post and offer your services.