Freelance Writing Jobs for February 18, 2010

So how is everyone doing with their freelance writing goals for 2010. I know I’ve asked this before but I like to check and see where everyone is, and if you’re still keeping true to your goals and resolutions. I’m so far so good. Definitely building up my own stuff, with some setbacks that have nothing to do with freelance writing. For example, the recent blizzards and having children in the house for days at a time did serve as a distraction. I can’t complain though, the Freelance Writing Jobs network is off to a great start in 2010, I’m off to a great start – and I’m hoping you’re off to a good start as well. Let us know how you’re doing with those goals in the comments.

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Freelance Writing Jobs

Submissions Guidelines

Deb’s Note: These aren’t jobs. They’re guidelines. Please follow directions carefully.

  1. Women on Writing – $50 – $150
  2. Make – $25 – $100

Content Writing Jobs

  1. Web Writer – Facebook – 3 Month Contract
  2. Online Shopping Guru Who Can Write – El Segundo
  3. Writers Needed for Online Luxury Publication
  4. Digital Magazine Needs Business & Luxury Writers
  5. Web Content Writer
  6. Website Content Creation and Editing

Blogger Jobs

  1. Poker Writer/Blogger

Proofreading/Editing Jobs

  1. Freelance Copyeditor/Proofreader - NYC
  2. Editor for Novel
  3. Freelance Editor - Ft. Myers
  4. Freelance Editor – Pittsburgh

Copywriting Jobs

  1. Senior Copywriter and Editor – 3 – 4 Month position NYC
  2. Copywriter - Charlotte NC
  3. Copywriter – Chicago
  4. Copywriter -Newark
  5. Freelance Beauty Copywriter- NYC
  6. Freelance Sr. Copywriter - NYC
  7. Landing Page Copywriter
  8. Freelance Marketing Copywriter -NYC
  9. Advertising Copywriter- Bend

Journalism Jobs

  1. Caribbean News Writers
  2. Reporters Needed – San Francisco Bay Area

Technical Writing Jobs

  1. Technical Writer – NYC

Ghost Writing Jobs

  1. Ghost Writer - Burbank
  2. Ghost Writer Needed
  3. Ghost Writer for Automotive Website – Rockland County

Business Plan/Proposal/Grant Writing Jobs

  1. Grant Writer - Los Angeles
  2. Grant Writer Needed - Lansing
  3. Grant Writer - Milwaukee

Sports Writing Jobs

  1. Sports Writer – Memphis

Resume Writing Jobs

  1. Resume Writer- Music Industry – Nashivlle

General/Misc. Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. Catalog Writer - Boston
  2. Product Description Writer
  3. Writer to Help With Various Projects
  4. Product Description Writer for Catalog
  5. Bio Writer - Los Angeles
  6. Writer for Online Press Kit – Los Angeles
  7. Press Release Writer -Los Angeles

Magazine Submissions, Guidelines and Markets

  1. Freelance Writers with Magazine Writing Experience – Los Angeles

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Comments

  1. I love the daily postings. They have landed me great gigs. However, when I click on the link under Food Writing Jobs, I am directed to my Gmail account. Is this a problem others have? If anyone can offer insight into this hiccup, I’d appreciate it. Thanks.

  2. A couple of these are “no-pay” gigs. How are these freelance jobs?

    • Hello Scarlett, thanks for dropping by. I do try and make sure every single gig pays. If there are no payers on the list, please let me know which ones and I’ll remove them. Keep in mind the Craigslist default is for no pay and there are a few where “no pay” is stated at the bottom but then the advertiser requests rate quotes in the body of the ad.

      Have a nice day!

  3. Thanks for including a few magazine guidelines with the rest of the leads! Very helpful.

  4. Thanks for list.

  5. Just a heads-up: Pauline Marshall is back on Craig’s List again…seemingly with an absolute vengeance.

  6. Having trouble getting started, ie, earning a living doing this. I can pound out the writing (two feature scripts and the first 30 pages of a novel, all since October) but I can’t seem to find a gig that works for me. Demand Studios is hard; “How to Build a Jet Engine Out of a Margerine Tub,” is a tough article to write. Any suggestions?

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