I received a 30 day trial to WriterInbox, in exchange for honest review. WriterInbox send you a daily e-mail of freelance writing jobs from Odesk, Elance, Craigslist, and other websites. I was already a member of Elance prior to membership, but I have learned about Odesk too. I have applied for a few jobs as well, not to mention I took a few qualification tests for both Elance and Odesk.
You can read more information about the jobs, after you click on the link.
I wanted to review WriterInbox because I have wrote books, blogs, and I have a degree in New Media Journalism. I need to find more freelance work to gain additional income since traditional jobs are out right now, for me.
Just be careful though. Read the requirements. Not every job out there is for you. Not every job I have seen on Odesk or Elance, and other websites is on the up and up. For example, I seen one where the poster wanted someone to write their thesis.
You also have plenty of ghostwriting jobs to choose from. Maybe someone needs a screenplay or a resume. Someone is looking for an article on green living or how to use social media in the workplace.
The way WriterInbox works is each morning, you will receive a e-mail, listing daily jobs. The jobs are organized by jobs and then by premiere listings (Odesk, Elance, etc)
You can sign up for a 7 day trial on Writer Inbox. Then, you pay $30 dollars a month for the full subscription.