You could always try PeoplePerHour. Yes, the rates on offer are soul-destroying, but:
1. You get paid something for the work you complete.
2. It’s great practice for writing pitches for “proper” customers.
I did a few gigs to get into the swing of things, so I’m speaking from experience. I would also suggest contacting a few content marketing agencies – they are always on the look-out for skilled writers.
Hope this helps!
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