18 Writing Websites That Attract Online Writing Jobs

Are you new to freelance writing? Want to start but not sure if you need a writer freelance website?

One of the first things I did when I wanted to become a freelance writer was start a blog for my business.

This one thing helped me land gig after gig, project after project and freelance writing job after job.

18 Writing Websites That Attract Online Writing Jobs

Even today, after three years as a freelance writer, I get weekly inquiries from my contact page of prospects wanting to hire me for my digital marketing writing.

Having freelance websites is the way to make a living as a writer.

It’s true, and I know many of you are unable to do that right this moment.

That’s okay. You can get started quickly without a website (but, as I mentioned, it’s almost impossible to make a living without a website).

To help you out, I created a non-techy step-by-step tutorial on how to start a business blog for your freelance writing business.

I even included a video! Super simple! Go check it out!

For right now though, check out these 18 writing websites that attract clients every day!

Use them for inspiration, learn from their copy and create your blog from these examples.

18 Writing Websites

1. Francesca Nicasio

Francesca Nicasio’s site is a very optimized writing website for her service- retail writing for the ecommerce industry.

When landing on her site you knew that she is a paid freelance writer. If you’re a business looking for a blog writer for your ecommerce store, Francesca is your gal.

2. Ashley Gainer

Ashley Gainer has a great introduction to her service and is one of the best in this list of writing websites. It immediately tells you that she’s experienced in freelance writing and that entrepreneurs seek her out for her strong copy skills.

She also is marketing to other freelance writers and tells them how. Her writing website is easy to read and navigate, making the decision to hire her easier.

3. Samar Owais

Samar Owais‘ writing website is right to the point. It takes less than 3 seconds to learn what she does: does email copy for SaaS and ecommerce brands.

And for clients with an online business, this is exactly what they seek in a writer!

4. Colin Newcomer

Colin Newcomer has a lead generating site which shows how writing websites can be profitable. We are immediately introduced with his welcoming smile when you land on his freelance website. Next to him, he has a blurb asking specific questions to help prospects identify what they want.

What I like is the social proof right underneath of where he has been featured.

5. Deevra Norling

Deevra Norling shows you what type of writing she does as well as her niche (travel). I like how she featured one testimonial to help prospects trust Deevra as a great writer.

Another thing I liked about her writing website is her blurbs about her writing services. This can help prospects figure out if Deevra is their writer!

6. Lizzie Davey

Lizzie Davey is a freelancer friend of mine and I really love her writer website. It’s quirky and get’s my immediate attention when I land on her site. Her neon colors work with her copy and I just love her little profile pic!

7. Cyrus Vanover

Cyrus has a very streamlined writing website that’s easy to navigate. I like his tagline, “persuasive writing that achieves results.”

It hits a pain point for many entrepreneurs and shows them that he can help.

8. Michael Keenan

Michael Keenan’s coloful and bright writer website captures his personality as an SEO writer.

He opens his page with being highly personable and introducing his himself as a friendly content writer. While he doesn’t have a traditional writer website with a hire me page and a portfolio page, he is using his blog exclusively as his portfolio, which works for hime.

9. Jessica Pereira

Writeto1k course student, Jessica Periera has a highly optimized writer website. She is attracting B2B SaaS digital marketing companies and direct prospect to immediately see her writing quality.

I also find her “work with me” page informational about her industry to help companies see the value in her writing service.

10. Wendy Coop

Wendy Coop’s writing site tells you exactly what type of writing she provides: fitness/nutrition and healthy eating.

I really like her homepage as it sort of reads like a pitch you would send to a prospect.

She tells you her niche topics, her experience, and links to what her clients say as well as her samples.

11. Flash Fit Trainer

Flash Fit Trainer is Jessica Collin’s blog. I decided to include a blog because I know a lot of bloggers want to do freelance writing.

And you know what? You can use your blog to attract freelance writing jobs!

12. Elise Dopson

I love Elise Dopson’s website.

Elise clearly states on her site that she is a B2B SaaS writer and she cleverly shows her credibility by listing out popular SaaS brands she’s worked for.

13. Azahar Media


David Hartshorne has a professional writing website. His niche is highly specific and centers around tech copywriting. He shares highly credible portfolio sharing his clients in his niche.

14. Aisha Preece

Aisha Preece is a freelance travel and finance writer.

Her website is simple but effective in letting users know what she’s all about.

15. Sally Aquire

Sally Aquire’s freelance website tells you her writing niche as well as the types of clients she works with. Way to go!

She also makes sure to show prospects what her content can help with their business (build their brand, improve SEO etc..).

16. Bree Brouwer

I love Bree Brouwer’s writing website. Her headline is highly powerful and let’s business owner’s know that her writing is effective.

She introduces herself as a professional content marketing writer letting prospects know her experience in her niche.

17. Jennifer Locke

Jennifer Locke’s website is simple yet effective. Her copy sells her service and her headshot is very inviting. I like that the font size is large (makes it a cinch to read) and her menu isn’t flooded with choices.

Writing websites should be easy to skim and read. Having a large font is an easy way to allow skimming and quick reading.

18. Innovative Ink

Innovative Ink is my writing website. I’m sort of in love with it. My service-based website has had a lot of facelifts, but this one is sticking so far.

I love the copy, the design and the voice on this website. As soon as I honed my niche and spoke to my ideal client, I ramped up my freelance writing business and income.

That’s the power of a writer website.

Writing Websites to Get Inspired By

If you don’t yet have a blog for your business, I highly suggest you start one today! I have a super simple tutorial with a video to boot to help you get started quickly!

I hope these freelance websites inspired you to become a freelance writer! Yay!!!

When you have your new blog, please comment on this post and tell me your website! I’d love to support it 🙂

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I’ve been stuck with the idea of having my writer website for over three months now. Thank you, Elna. I’ve seen light at the end of the tunnel!Reply to Panafrick
Thanks for these! I am also a new freelance writer with only a year of experience blogging and I found these sites helpful for my new website!Reply to stephanie
Hi Stephanie! That’s great to hear! It was the same for me too! Looking at other freelance writing websites helped me with my website! Have fun creating!Reply to Elna
Thank you so much for sharing these wonderful websites. I’ve been struggling the past few weeks on how to market myself on my website as a new freelance writer with no experience and these sites gave me some helpful ways on describing what I do and what I have to offer. Hopefully, I can figure it out soon because I’m excited to get my new venture started already but I know that patience is virtue. My struggles have been trying to come up with the right words to say on both my ‘hire me’ and about pages. I just started my blog the beginning of this year, revamped it in June and relaunched it in July. And I’m reading so many of your articles. This helped me to narrow down things even further. So thank you again.Reply to Tammy
Hi Elna! Is it good if on my homepage, I introduce myself and immediately explain what niche I serve and the content I create? It’s something like this: Hi, I’m Mira, B2B ______writer. I create content that generates revenue for _______ industry. I specialize in making _____ content for _____ industry/brands.Reply to Mira
Hi Mira, Yea, that’s what I do on my writer website homepage!Reply to Elna
These sites certainly inspired. I just keep getting hung up on the niche. I love words and research. I just have a plethora of hobbies and skills to go with them.Reply to Maryann
Hi Maryanne, You might want to consider being a generalist as a freelance writer. Choose blog writing and list a few topics you are interested in on your page that are hobby based. To help you decide here’s my post on creative writing jobs https://elnacain.com/blog/creative-freelance-jobs/Reply to Elna
I’m trying to get my freelance career back in swing! Just saw your article as I was looking for an idea for my website.Reply to Renee
Hi Renee! That’s awesome you want to get do some freelance writing! Good luck!Reply to Elna
Hi Elna…always valuable content. Thank you. Question: For newbies that can’t afford to invest in a paid theme as yet, is it okay to start out with a free theme, especially if we’re targeting the B2B market? Can you suggest any good free theme for a writer’s website? Divi is my dream theme…sighs.Reply to Angela
Hi Angela, Yes, it’s possible to look professional with a free theme. This post helps you out how to do that: https://beafreelanceblogger.com/free-wordpress-site/Reply to Elna
Thanks Elna. That link was very helpful.Reply to Angela
Thank you so much for this list, Elna! One of the sites listed above has helped me get an idea about how I’ll design my own soon. Have a great day.Reply to Tomasz
Hi Tomasz, That’s great to hear! I always like looking at writer websites to get inspired for my own! Have fun designing your writer website!Reply to Elna
Thank you so much for this list Elna. I am trying to build my freelance website too and these samples come in handy.Reply to Durotimi
Hi So glad it did help you!Reply to Elna
Elna, thank you for this review of websites. I’m curious, though. These sites are attractive, but how can you tell they attract clients? (Lots of things are pretty but don’t draw clients/sales.) Thanks!Reply to Greg
Hi Greg, I’ve heard of these writers on other sites and I know many of them too!Reply to Elna
Thanks for the mention!Reply to Ashley
I love all these writer websites and thanks for sharing! I am just steps away from launching my site and I am going with a brand name for the domain. I’m curious if I should combine my personal social media accounts using the brand name, my own name, or have separate accounts. What do you think?Reply to Deena
Hey Deena! That’s awesome you are launching your freelance writing website! For combining your social media accounts I would stick to your name for your business!Reply to Elna
I just loved the way you described it all and your writing style is amazing. Feels like I know you already. I have a website but I am not able to get traffic and money out of it. Freelance writing sounds so good. Can you help me with it? I am totally new to blogosphere.Reply to Harminder
Hi! That’s great and thanks so much! My free course can help you get a plan to start freelance writing! Make sure to sign up!Reply to Elna
Hi Elna, I’m excited to finally have my website up and running! It’s far from perfect but I just wanted to get something up. Sometimes I spend so long perfecting things simply because I’m afraid of the next steps, which in this case would be the actual writing and pitching! I end up missing opportunities because of fear and I didn’t want that to happen now. PS: Hope my new gravatar works!Reply to Lorraine
Hi Lorraine, You have a beautiful site! Good luck on the writing and pitching part 🙂 I know you’ll do great!Reply to Elna
Really great examples here, Elna!Reply to Allison
You’re welcome Allison!Reply to Elna
Thanks for the helpful post. Have been wanting to set up my own website but haven’t had the courage to take that leap as yet. Your course sounds just what I need!Reply to Kathryn
Hi Kathryn, Thank you so much! Yay!!! Creating your own writer website is the first step to doing this and making a living out of this!Reply to Elna
I’m really appreciating your info-packed posts. Do you have any suggestions for a website of someone who is marketing themselves as both a freelance writer and a copy editor? I don’t love copywriting (at this point in my life, anyway), but I do love copy editing. And I write articles for magazines…Reply to Sandi
Hi Sandi, Thanks for coming over! As a freelance writer you can promote yourself as a writer and copyeditor! I don’t know any writers that do that off by hand though!Reply to Elna
Really interesting and helpful article, Elna. I’ve read quite a few of your posts of late and always find your blogs useful and informative. I would absolutely love to get your opinion on my website if you have time? Any feedback you have would be most welcome!Reply to Hollie
Hi Hollie! Send your URl over to me and I’ll take a quick looky-look!Reply to Elna
Hi Elna, Great list of writer websites, looks amazing. I completely agree with you, it’s necessary to have a blog/website to showcase your portfolio and attract clients. Not to mention, your blog looks stunning as well! Thanks for sharing!Reply to Adithya
Hi! Thanks for stopping by. Yes, a professional website is necessary nowadays!Reply to Elna
Hi Elna! This is a test comment with my new Gravatar (Hope it works!) Great blog post, btw. Cheers! ImranReply to Imran
Looking good! ElnaReply to Elna
Thanks so much for including me, Elna!Reply to Sally
Hey Sally! Love your site!!!!Reply to Elna
This is a great post as usual, Elna. I do have a question, though, after reading the article. I was wondering if I should call myself a freelance writer or a blog content writer. What do you think – what are your thoughts?Reply to Lizzie
Hi Lizzie, It’s up to you what you name yourself. I like freelance writer for hire. Businesses know the term freelance writer. Currently, I call myself a professional B2B digital marketer writer. So you can change it and see what response you get.Reply to Elna
Great List, Elna! Ill the whole use these to benefit me come happening behind my brand for my website!Reply to Robert
Hey Robert, That’s great! Enjoy customizing your website!Reply to Elna
Thanks for mentioning me, Elna! I’ve been meaning to redo the copy on my site but I can never seem to find time now 🙂Reply to Colin
Hey Colin! I know what you mean. It took me a couple revisions to my site to get it just right. I like your website copy however and if it’s working for you, might as well keep it eh?Reply to Elna
Great examples, Elna! I’ll certainly use these to help me come up with my brand for my website!Reply to Jennifer
Jennifer! That’s awesome! I LOVE looking at other people’s service-based sites!Reply to Elna
Great collection! This had reminded me that I need to update my freelancer website. JoeReply to Joe
Hey Joe! You’re welcome! Thanks for coming over!Reply to Elna