Freelance Writing Jobs for February 22, 2010

Good morning Freelance Writing Jobs community. I had a full on working weekend, yet didn’t even cross off half the items on my “to do” list. Mind you, that’s not a complaint.  I did some fun family things, but mostly the other residents of Casa Ng were doing their own things and it was a good time for me to play catch up. Someone once asked me if I wouldn’t rather spend weekends doing what I enjoy. The truth is, I enjoy my work and I’m not quick to ditch it once the weekend comes around.  I’m a workaholic for sure, but not so much that my family never sees me or I don’t take some time out for myself. Some folks like to relax with a movie or a good book on the weekends, I like to blog or write.

Here’s to a positive week. Remember, on Monday everyone has a clean slate.

Enjoy your daily lists.

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Also, don’t miss this interview at Freelance Folder: Deb Ng on Getting Started, Success, the Future and More

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Freelance Writing Jobs

Submission Guidelines

  1. The Sun Magazine – Pays $300 – $2000
  2. One Story – Pays $100/story
  3. Chicken Soup for the Soul – Not sure about current pay, but when my story was accepted (several years ago) I received $300 in payment.
  4. The Bank – Negotiates payment individually.
  5. Cricket Magazine
  6. Calliope Magazine – .20 – .25/word
  7. Highlights – Payments vary.
  8. The Progressive – $50 – $1300
  9. Craft – Unspecified pay.
  10. Sierra Magazine – Payment is implied but unspecified

Web and Content Writing Jobs

  1. Write About Israel – Santa Monica
  2. Freelance Writer for KCTrucker Online Magazine
  3. Freelance Writers for Online Magazine
  4. Writer for Cycling Website
  5. SEO Writer – NYC
  6. Google Adwords Writer
  7. Legal Web Content Writer – Inland Empire

Blogger Jobs

  1. Freelance Men’s Fashion Writer – $10 – $25
  2. Automotive Blogger – Unspecified Pay

Proofreading/Editing Jobs

  1. Proofreader – Carson CA
  2. Editor for Research Reports – $20 – $25/hour
  3. APA Editor – San Francisco
  4. Freelance Editor – South Bend

Copywriting Jobs

  1. Copywriter Needed – NYC
  2. Copywriter Needed – NYC
  3. Ad Copywriters/Financial & Technical Writers/Proofreaders – Baltimore
  4. Fashion Copywriter – San Francisco

Journalism Jobs

  1. Freelance General Assignment Reporter – Philadelphia
  2. Freelance Investigative Journalist – Washington DC
  3. Freelance Reporter for AOL/Patch – Needham MA
  4. Freelance Writers – Brooklyn

Technical Writing Jobs

  1. Technical Writer – Seattle

Ghost Writing Jobs

  1. Ghost Writer for Manuscript
  2. Ghost Writer
  3. Ghost Writer for Technical Proposal

Business Plan/Proposal/Grant Writing Jobs

  1. Business Plan Writer – Austin

Travel Writing Jobs

  1. Freelance Travel & Leisure Blogger – $10 – $30

Sports Writing Jobs

  1. Sports Writer Needed – $100
  2. Sports Writer for Fan Huddle
  3. Sports Writers – Binhampton

General/Misc. Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. Art/PR Writer
  2. SEO/Social Media Writer
  3. Career Guides for Fab Jobs – $150 – $2000
  4. Freelance Writers Needed – Chicago
  5. SAT Question Writers – Chicago
  6. Freelance Language and Reading Writers – Carson CA
  7. Ebook Help
  8. Product Description Writer – $2000
  9. Freelance Writer for Small Business
  10. Freelance Writers Needed – Medford OR
  11. ACT Science Writer

Magazine Writing Jobs

  1. Seeking Freelance Writers for Demolition Derby Magazine

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  1. says

    Love Mondays but a bit behind on volunteer work for a newsletter. That happens some times when other work (paying) gets in the way.

    I am now a Twitter and finding that it will definitely help my writing career.

    Have a great week as we round out the end of the month. February is my favorite month, love them humming birds!

  2. Tish Davidson says

    Am I the only one who thinks this is scary:

    The majority of the articles are simple to write and require little to no research. The topics we need articles for are Small Business Advice, Finance, Tax Advice, …”

    Do people really want to be getting finance and tax advice from people who wrote the articles based on “little to no research”?

    • Anne G. says

      That ad’s a scam anyway. If you click on the application link, you get taken to a site that requires you to pay $19.95 via Paypal to access their “job database.”

  3. Kristen says

    FYI, on the Chicken Soup website it states “If the story or poem you wrote is published by us, you will be paid $200 upon publication of the book plus you will receive ten free copies of the book your story or poem appears in.”


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