The next time you’re searching for a job, it might be worth considering how to get your name out there.
That’s because it’s possible to earn as much as $100,000 a year writing content for tech sites and sites like Glassdoor.
But it can also be as easy as hiring a freelancer.
And it can be incredibly lucrative.
Glassdoor is a site that helps job seekers find a new job, with a “hire a writer” option that will let you get your resume in front of potential employers.
And if you’re a writer, there are plenty of other sites out there that will give you the opportunity to make money writing for free, too.
To get started, head to the “Find a Job” page, where you can find the best-paying freelance writers in your field.
There are some things to keep in mind about getting a job with Glassdoor, such as your skills, experience, and what you’re looking for.
“You can earn as little as $10,000 as an individual writer,” says Ben DeFife, founder and editor of The Glassdoor Blog.
“For me, I like to be a little bit of a wildcard.
You can earn anywhere from $30,000 to $50,000 in a month writing for a site or for a company.
There’s a lot of money in the unknown.”
To get the most out of your freelance writing, you need to get creative.
Glassdoor gives you a variety of tools that let you do just that.
It lets you hire a writer for an hourly rate of $0.50 per hour, with additional tips like extra hours and additional perks.
It also lets you choose a title, and you can also use the tool to create your own writing.
You’re not limited to the word count you can expect.
“I can write a couple paragraphs, and it’s going to get a little more expensive,” DeFice says.
“And I can put out more content.
You know, it’s a little less time and energy to do the same thing over and over again.”
There are some other tools as well, though.
You’ll find a variety in the “Tools” tab.
There you can select your writing, like a blog post, and “Add Tags,” which will let Glassdoor know if you’ve written something else.
It will then take that content and put it into your “write” category.
Then, you can create an article with the “Write” button, which will take a screenshot of the page and put your writing into a Google Doc.
(Note that you can still use your own words in your article.)
You can also write your own articles and then use the tools to send them to the sites that need them.
The Glasshouse tool will take your article, and then it will send it to the relevant site, with the site’s content.
“It’ll send your article to the site and the site will put it in their portfolio,” DeFeife says.
It’s not as easy or as lucrative as a post or a short story.
“But it’s something that’s worth considering.”
You can’t just send your writing to any site, however.
“There’s no real way to do it,” DeBeoife says, “unless you’re the author.
If you’re not the author, there’s no way to get paid.”
So how do you do it?
“It’s kind of like a pyramid,” he says.
If a site is a good fit for your writing and the content is good, you’ll earn more than $20,000.
“If it’s not a good story or not a great article, you might not be able to make the money that you need.
It’ll still pay you, but it won’t pay as much.”
But if the site is the perfect fit for you, and the story is compelling, it’ll pay you $50 to $100.
“The best story that you write is one that you’re really proud of, but you can’t write the same story over and to the same audience,” DeFEife says (although you can “do the same one on a smaller scale”).
“It might work for a few years and then die.”
And the most important thing is that you know what your audience is looking for in your writing.
“Most of these are a little out of my reach, but the ones that are out of our reach are probably the ones where we’ve got the best chance of making money,” he adds.
“We don’t want to write the next big thing, but if it’s the right fit for the site, we’ll be able take the next step.”
Glassdoor, of course, doesn’t want you to write for free.
The site offers a 10 percent commission for writers, and a 15 percent commission on all content sold. And