Freelance Writing Jobs for October 28, 2009

Ok, I have to know. Where do Phineas and Ferb live that they get 104 days of summer vacation? That’s where I want to be.

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So here’s what’s going on around the Freelance Writing Jobs network:

Enjoy today’s freelance writing jobs

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Content and Web Writing Jobs

  1. Writers Affected by the Recession – Associated Content (w00t!) $30 – $40/article
  2. Writer/Blogger – CMS – $200
  3. Writer for ExactEvents.com
  4. Recipe Website Editors
  5. Local University Looking for Content Writer - Sunnyvale

Blogger Jobs

  1. Fitness/Weightloss Blogger – Treadmill Review
  2. Freelance Legal Bloggers
  3. Blogger/Ghostwriting - Seattle – $10 – $20/hour
  4. Boston Blogger for Travel Website
  5. Bloggers Needed – $12/hour
  6. Social Media Blogger/Editor
  7. Freelance Wedding Bloggers

Proofreading/Editing Jobs

  1. Editor – Fitness & Diet – AOL
  2. Freelance Proofreaders – Lakeshore Learning Materials – Carson CA

Copywriting Jobs

  1. Jr. Bilingual Content Copywriter - Los Angeles
  2. Copywriter/Editor - Contract – San Francisco

Journalism Jobs

  1. Freelance Reporters - Researchers – Denver
  2. Correspondent Freelance Writer – Manchester NH
  3. Reporters for Radar Online

Technical Writing Jobs

  1. Freelance Tech Writer

Ghost Writing Jobs

  1. Ghostwriter Wanted - Portland
  2. Ghostwriter Needed – Scottsdale

Business Plan/Proposal/Grant Writing Jobs

  1. Freelance Proposal Writer - NYC

General/Misc. Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. Freelance Writer - Fashion & Travel
  2. Book Reviewers Needed – $50
  3. Writer Needed for Heavy Metal Grassroots Website – San Francsico
  4. Freelance Data Center Writer/Expert
  5. Freelance Writers for Automotive Trade Publication - Seattle/Portland
  6. Temporary Researcher for Author - Ft Collins CO
  7. Freelance Legal News Writers
  8. Course Writer for Continuing Education Seminars
  9. Freelance Writers to Review Movies
  10. Marketing Writer
  11. P.R. Writer – Austin
  12. Urban Freelance Writers Wanted
  13. Math Content Developers
  14. Freelance Writer
  15. Freelance Creative Writing Professionals
  16. Online Writer – $250 – $350

International Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. Content Writer Required - Toronto
  2. Short Article Writer - Toronto – $10
  3. Freelance Writers – Montreal – $50
  4. Energy Industry Article – UK

Magazine Gigs, Submissions, Guidelines and Markets

  1. In the Fray Magazines – $20 – $75
  2. Writer for Weekly E-Magazine – Baltimore
  3. National Geographic Traveler
  4. The Christian Science Monitor
  5. Writers for Urban Style Magazine – $200 – $400
  6. Writers for HipHop Magazine - $150/article

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Comments

  1. The AC job on Writers Affected by the Recession – it’s only going to work for a select few. You have to live in one of these towns/cities: Laughlin, Nevada; Bullhead City, Arizona; or Gulfport, Mississippi

  2. The ExactEvents.com job looks like it is for Chicago based writers.

  3. Thanks for the list!

  4. Careful of number 16 under general writing jobs (Online Writer – $250 – $350). Seems like a phishing scam. You are expected to sign up for adult websites to write reviews.

  5. Just wanted to let everyone know that #16 under General/Misc is that Pauline Marshall woman again, the one who wants you to sign up for ‘adult’ websites and then review them.

    • is 16 the pauline marshall one a scam so? I have not seen it before

      • The Pauline Marshall postings have been popping up here and there for a while now. The postings look quite legit, which is how they end up on job boards. The job itself may be legit too, for those who want to review ‘adult’ content sites. The scammy sounding part is that in the email response you get it states that you would have to sign up for each site you are reviewing for free, but if you didn’t cancel within 3 days you would get charged.

  6. The 16 review job is a scam. i tried it: you get an automated email that you cannot reply to. They get you to sign up for a site that is difficult to cancel the free membership of. DO NOT Do #16 Pauline!

  7. Gee, I thought I was the only one who took the time to calculate that my kids get 84 days, not 104 days of summer vacation….

    Thanks for the leads.

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