Whether you're a full-time, most-of-the time, or fledgling freelancer, you're always on the lookout for new places to submit your work, whether it's a new publication or some other kind of writing outlet. Luckily, the Internet holds no shortage of possible freelance opportunities.
Below is just a sampling of the many sites dedicated to posting freelance jobs:
FreelanceSwitch. Everything you've ever wanted to know about freelancing--not just writing--can be found on this site. There is a whole host of freelance jobs, blogs, articles, and other resources available to make your freelance career easier!
Media Bistro. A job board for job seekers and job posters alike. MediaBistro often posts opportunities for Fortune 500 companies and high-paying markets.
WritersWeekly.com. One of the most informative and comprehensive writing publications out there, WritersWeekly.com is a free e-newsletter that lists paying markets and freelance writing/editing opportunities.
Freelance Daily. There is a minimal cost to subscribe to this site, but the variety of jobs that are sent to your inbox every day are well worth the cost. Some of the opportunities look a bit iffy at times (I'm generally wary of any Craiglist posting), but the majority are legit. If you think your niche is a bit too specialized, fear not--there is someone out there looking for your specific brand of writing expertise!
Any that I missed? What other sites are dedicated to posting freelance job opportunities?