4 Creative Writing Careers That Actually Pay

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For some of us writing is a passion, inspiring us to major in this field and to dream about making money with the help of creative writing. However, is it really possible? Will you be able to succeed in building a creative writing career or will yo...

For some of us writing is a passion, inspiring us to major in this field and to dream about making money with the help of creative writing. However, is it really possible? Will you be able to succeed in building a creative writing career or will you find yourself putting away your diploma for the sake of a more realistic job that actually pays off?

We’ve all heard of these people that are lucky enough to write one book a year and earn millions from it; however, they are rather an exception than an example. Book writing is a rather unstable and unpredictable source of income – that’s why it’s important to find another job option and focus on book writing in your free time.

Lucky for you, this doesn’t mean that making money with the help of creative writing is impossible: you are still able to do it. Today I’m going to describe 4 amazing careers that can help you earn money with the help of your writing skills.

1. Try freelance.

There are so many jobs available for writers out there. For example, you could work for one of the many websites specialized in academic writing, write content for the various websites, create emails, and so on. What’s important here is to choose a freelance website that actually pays well for the writing services – and, of course, I’m not talking about the most well-known like Fiverr or Up work now.

If you want to get paid well for your work, search for jobs on the websites that are actually developed for writers, such as ProBlogger and Blogging.

2. Work for a company.

If you are looking for a stable job that’ll bring you money while allowing you to pursue your writing passion at the same time, working for a company could be a good idea. There are plenty of companies that need a person able to create strong writing content for them – and they pay well for it.

Of course, such jobs are hard to find. Sometimes, you are able to find them on various freelance writing websites but it doesn’t always work this way. It’s good if you have some companies that you like – in this case, you could contact them and ask them whether they need a good writer or not.

3. Become a ghostwriter.

If your writing skills are very good, you could become a ghostwriter for various clients, creating different types of books and EBooks for them. They are easier to write than ordinary novels and books: it’s mostly about doing a proper and thorough research and then putting all the data together nicely on paper.

Ghostwriting is a good job option for those who want to focus on doing their own writing and earning money with the help of writing at the same time. When you write books for others, you gain all the necessary experience that you can implement in your own writing later.

4. Start a blog.

Not all people can write on a certainly given topic – some find it very hard. If you think this is about you than you might find the whole job searching process a bit hard. However, there’s a way to write about things you really like and are experienced in (for example, about how you write a term paper or how you design your own postcards) and earn money with the help of that. Of course, I’m talking about blogging.

The Internet these days is filled with all kinds of blogs. Blogging has become a serious profession and many companies, brands, and private clients are willing to work with bloggers, paying them for promotion, feedback, and content. A blog allows spreading your own written content (EBooks, for example), promoting your own services, and finding affiliate partners as well.

Probably the most important thing you have to do before you start blogging is to choose a right niche. If you choose the one that is too popular, you might experience some troubles while monetizing it. However, if you choose the one that isn’t popular at all, the monetizing process might take a lot of time as well. That’s why I recommend sticking to a golden middle.

As you see, there are some great options out there for those who want to find a great job while not abandoning their passion for writing. If you know more ways to earn money with the help of your creative writing skills, feel free to share them with us in the comment section!

 

 



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