Today's freelance writer jobs are brought to you by Delegate2. I stumbled upon this site and thought I would apply, since I really prefer upfront pay content writing sites that have a regular flow of work rather than submitting articles and hoping they get approved. Here are my experiences with the site so far.
I filled out the form on the website and received a response the next morning with the writer application pack. You're basically hired when you receive this but you must reply with your filled out paperwork. This consists of a writer "profile" and a non disclosure agreement.
The pay varies by assignment but as a general rule, they pay approximately $3 per 250 words. The pay increases from here depending on word count and complexity of the assignment. However, I don't think that pay rate is anything to turn your nose up at. How long could it take to write 250 words? You could easily write 4 or 5 articles an hour to justify the work.
The pay is via PayPal once per month. You'll have to keep up with all the assignments you've written and submit an invoice to be paid. This always puts me off but I did a little digging and Delegate2 does seem to be reputable. (I have never been paid by them so work at your own risk.) Here's a link to a forum post made by one of their writers who seems to be very happy:
The company is based in the UK and does accept International freelance writers. They claim to have more than 700 writers working for them right now. They also claim to have a lot of work available so it's definitely worth checking out.
I'm going to give it a go and see what they have to offer. I'm off to send in my paperwork now. If anyone is interested, I'll be glad to let you know how it goes and post more information as the situation unfolds. Good luck!