4 Great Ways to Find Freelance Writers For Your Next Company Project

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Photo by Toa Heftiba on Unsplash

Everybody needs help sometimes. Whether you're a multi-national company working under a deadline or a solopreneur building your brand, finding a quality freelance writer is important. Nearly 2/3 of your customer's buying journey is done before they even contact you and ensuring they can find quality content about your solution is the key to increasing conversions and sales.

Hiring a freelance writer is an efficient way to fill the gaps and ensure your project achieves the targets you've defined. Below are some great ways to help you find the partner you need.

Freelance Sites

Over the past 10 years freelancing sites have grown into one of the best ways to connect companies and freelancers. There are a lot of sites out there and more and more seem to crop up everyday but some of the best ones include:

  • Scripted - This site is for finding freelance writers to support your content marketing.
  • Freelance writing gigs - As the name implies, this is a site specifically focused on finding freelance writers.
  • Upwork - This site is useful for finding all kinds of creative professionals to support your project. It's also one of the largest and oldest players in this market.
  • Freelancer - This is another one of the largest sites in the market today and can help you find creatives to tackle nearly any type of project.


Linkedin is one of the most widely recognized professional networking sites in the world. Over the past couple of years there's been an increase in the number of freelance job postings. As a freelancer, it's a place to find quality jobs. For a company that's hiring, it's a great way to get more information about the freelancer you're considering by seeing their profile and finding a link to their portfolio.


This can feel a little old school, but one of the best ways to hire a good freelancer is to reach out to your existing network and find someone that a colleague has been happy to use. It also allows you to ask more detailed questions about the freelancer's deliverables and how it was to work with them.


It may seem strange in today's digital world, but there are a lot of freelancers that don't have their own website. Finding a freelancer with their own site creates one more level of assurance that the person is professional and runs their venture as a proper business. It also showcases what kind of services they offer, as well as the level of quality and detail they can deliver. Ever seen an ugly website with lots of spelling mistakes? Probably not the type of person you want to do business with.

So there you have it. 4 ways to find your next freelancer, written by a freelancer who uses these places to find quality jobs. Good luck with your company's next project!