Seeking Homeschool Education Technology Journalists

We are looking for adults with homeschooling and consumer and/or business journalism experience to research and write articles and blog entries about the latest developments in educational technology applicable to the homeschool environment. We have launched one “consumer facing” site, with another on the way. You can see the first at We are now […]

Freelance Writing Jobs for Wednesday, October 22, 2008

by Jodee Redmond Good morning FWJ Friends! I’ve got leads for technical writers, editors, and copy writer for your consideration this morning. There is an interesting opportunity for someone to work at a game design company in Seattle. There are opps for lesson plan writers, financial writers and political writers on today’s list as well. […]

Network Blogging for Beginners

If you’re looking to gain blogging experience and learn from established bloggers, a reputable blog network is a great way to go. Here are some benefits of network blogging for beginners: On the job training:  Your editors and managers provide plenty of traffic building and seo tips and ideas for helping you to succeed. Technical […]

Freelance Writers / Editors needed for Sports Website is a brand new online sports destination. The site blends the immediacy of local sports coverage with the user-friendly interface of national websites. Featuring an interactive calendar, superb writing and reporting, and high-quality video and photography, is your one-stop localized sports information destination. The site will officially launch in January 2009. We are […]

Greeting Card Writers Wanted

New company is looking for freelance greeting card writers. Specifically, for both adults and children suffering with cancer. Please submit greeting on an index card with name and contact information on the back to: Maxey, LLC P.O. Box 701 Mooretown, NJ 08057 Contact: Tammy Maxey Pay rate: $75.00 per verse

Is Blogging the Revenge of the Shy People?

Today on FWJ Radio we talked about blogging for a living. As we were talking, I noticed a certain phrase came up more than once, “I’m normally very shy…”. I hear this a lot from bloggers. In fact, for me blogging helped to overcome my shyness. There is no way ten years ago I’d be […]

Got an Angle, Give an Angle – Need an Angle, Take an Angle


By Terreece M. Clarke Ever have an article topic that has been written about so many times you can’t see any new way to cover it? I have. This is especially true for evergreen topics. While evergreen topics are promoted because of the their timelessness and consistent audience, they can become a writer’s block trap […]