Ever thought about getting freelance work through government contracts?
You’re probably thinking something like:
- There’s a lot of red tape to cut through
- It’s too hard
- It’s not my niche
- I don’t know enough about government
FYI, those are just excuses. Maybe this will change your mind about pursuing this kind of freelance work.
Take the time to cut through the red tape, and you can find government contracts that pay writers $100 to $200 an hour.
Bill $5,000 to $25,000 in a month writing for one client? This is happening for writers hired to create content for government contracts at the federal, state, and local level.
Can you see past the red tape now?
Sure, finding clients and writing content for government contracts is a little different than writing for magazines and businesses.
But there’s lots of work. It pays well. And if you’re willing to cut through the red tape, some of it can be yours.
Here’s what you need to know to get government contracts for freelance work: