You know, one of my favorite blogs on the tech channel is The Craigslist’s Curmudgeon. The “Curmudgeon” exposes the @$$ side of Craigslist, a site dedicated to online work mostly related to copywriting. But really though, Craigslist can help you earn a few hundred bucks on the side if you’re a freelancer. As an alternative to blogging, Craigslist can become a good source of online income for us starving artists.
Have you ever browsed through Craigslist’s job board? Have you ever taken up any offers from there? What was it like?
Jayvee Fernandez is a tech enthusiast, EAN certified SCUBA Diver and underwater photographer based in Metro Manila, Philippines. His photos and videos have appeared in various international and local publications including Random House Germany, Discovery Channel Canada, and CNN.
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i think you’re anything but starving, and an artist you’re certainly not!
I submitted an application once for a part-time narrator or something like that. They required me to send them a sample narration of a paragraph they chose. NO response yet. Hmm… But that was like eons ago so I ain’t expecting anything anymore. 🙂
I haven’t tried craigslist, do you recommend it? 😉