Freelance Writing Jobs for December 9, 2009

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Deb’s note: That bit was written last night. Editing to add – Sorry for the short list.I have a flooded basement and need to deal. Please see About Freelance Writing for more leads. Thanks for understanding.

New around the network:

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Content Writing Jobs

  1. SEO Writer Wanted
  2. Web Content Writer – Baltimore
  3. Write for – $20/article
  4. Web Content Writer Needed – Sarasota, FL
  5. Wikipedia Writer
  6. New Website Seeks Freelance Writers

Blogger Jobs

  1. Freelance Blogger Wanted
  2. NYC Food Bloggers

Proofreading/Editing Jobs

  1. Medical Editor Needed – Telecommute OK
  2. Proofreaders Needed
  3. Proofreading/Editing Web Content
  4. Temporary Proofreader – NYC

Copywriting Jobs

  1. Interactive Copywriter – Long term freelance opportunity – Plano TX
  2. Freelance Copywriter – Seattle

Technical Writing Jobs

  1. Temporary Technical Writer – San Francisco

Ghost Writing Jobs

  1. Ghostwriter for Indie Feature

Business Plan/Proposal/Grant Writing Jobs

  1. Resume Writer for Presentation – NYC

General/Misc. Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. Freelance Writer – Barnes & Noble/Sparknotes
  2. Writer/Editor Wanted – Reno
  3. Qualified Legal Content & Press Release Writer
  4. Writer for Building Commission/Energy Management Training Manual – Washington DC
  5. Freelance Writers Needed – $15 – $25/submission
  6. Romance Writers Wanted
  7. Writer Needed – Caution: “Rewrite ” project. Not sure if that means overhauling his own article or rewriting another writer’s content. If it’s the latter, that’s not too cool.
  8. Freelance Creative Writer – Westchester

International Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. Web Content Writer – Toronto – $15/hour
  2. Writer/Reporter – NYC

Magazine Submissions, Guidelines and Markets

  1. Magazine Article Writers – $10 – $200

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  1. Lizzie says

    Writer Needed – Caution: “Rewrite ” project. Not sure if that means overhauling his own article or rewriting another writer’s content. If it’s the latter, that’s not too cool.

    From what I’ve seen most articles for Demand are rewriting of someone else’s work.

    • says

      Hi Lizzie,

      Thank you for your comment. As any DS writer can attest, there are procedures in place to make sure it’s not all regurgitated crap. There are editors, fact checkers and each writer has to provide references and sources.

      It’s a concern for sure. I’m not a fan of the Google and rewrite method of writing and I wish more writers would do better research.

      • says

        LOL I so don’t recall rewriting anything for Demand. I tend to take articles I know the answer to, write and put a little research in. Feels like more of a short term paper rather than plagiarism. But rewriting – no!

  2. Anne G. says

    Basement flooding is the pits. We go through it now every spring after the people across the street put in drainage tiles and directed the water flow down the hill towards these houses. I truly feel for you!

  3. Phil says

    Anne G. points out a good solution — drainage tiles. Though there have been two floods — with boats in the streets — since we had them installed, we’ve suffered “only” major seepage. We also have a portable sump and shop vacs. Had foundation cracks recrack and a cap blow off a pipe (and I was out of town with one daughter) last time (remnants of hurricane as system went north) otherwise seepage would have been minor.

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