It’s a well-established fact that proofreading your writing can be a very painful task. People who write for a living—as well as anyone who has to write important emails or assignments—can tell you that proofreading your work before you turn it in or press send is essential. With proofreading, every little bit of help is welcome. The autocorrect and spell-check tools most word processors have are great, but they only amount to a single line of defense.
Maven Xchange lets people earn money by recommending products and services to other people. Those who love to shop, can now monetize their skill in an easy, natural way. Many people are calling it the Pinterest of Affiliate Marketing and with good reason. I believe that everyone is an expert at something. The experienced mother of four who recommends to her friend, and soon to be first-time mother, safe baby products to buy. The college student who is commonly hit up for fashion advice because of her stylish yet thrifty outfits. The tech enthusiast who knows exactly what to buy to create the ideal ‘smart home’.
There are a lot of great resources out there for finding writing jobs, but you have to spend time sorting through them to find the ones you’re a good fit for. That’s assuming you know all the right places to look.
It can be tedious and frustrating, especially when you realize that the time you spent looking for work could have been spent on writing. Similar to FlexJobs (a popular, membership-based site for people looking to work at home) there is a fee to access. You can read the review below and decide if you think it’s worth it for you.