Freelance Writing Jobs for April 2, 2010

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Content Writing Jobs

  1. Female Technology Writer
  2. Writer for Website
  3. Talented Writer for Web Content
  4. Freelance Writer
  5. SEO Article Writer
  6. Writer for

Blogger Jobs

  1. Tech Blogger
  2. Writer/Editor @
  3. Blogger @ Dedicated Server School
  4. Geek Writer for Tech Blog
  5. Freelance Blogger @ Baby Gooroo
  6. Music Blogger @ Magnet Media
  7. Bloggers @ Dead Tree Media

Proofreading/Editing Jobs

  1. Editing Job – New York
  2. Freelance Proofreader – Vernon Hills, IL
  3. Proofreader Needed with Quick Turnaround
  4. Web Content Proofreader – Des Peres, MO – Freelance to Hire

Copywriting Jobs

  1. Writers for Commercials and Print
  2. Super Talented Online Retail Copy Writer Wanted
  3. Freelance PR/Copywriter Needed – Ventura
  4. Web Copywriter @ Baruch College Continuing & Professional Studies – New York

Journalism Jobs

  1. Investigative Reporter -Memphis

Technical Writing Jobs

  1. Freelance Technical Writer

Ghost Writing Jobs

  1. Writer/Editor/Ghostwriter

Business Plan/Proposal/Grant Writing Jobs

  1. Experienced Grant Writer
  2. Need Help with 2 Business Plans – Charlotte
  3. Business Plan Writer – Columbus
  4. Grant Writer – Las Vegas
  5. Charity Needs Grant Writer for Project

Travel Writing Jobs

  1. Seeking Author for Travel Guide – Montreal and Quebec City
  2. Travel Content Contributor –

General/Misc. Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. Script Writing
  2. Curriculum Writer – Reston, VA
  3. Press Release Writer

International Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. Fashion Writer Based in Italy
  2. Business Plan Writer – Toronto
  3. Professional Resume Writer -Toronto

Magazine Submissions, Guidelines and Markets

  1. Luxury Magazine Seeking Writers – New York
  2. Freelance Writer @ UPTOWN Magazine – New York
  3. Writer for Magazine Articles
  4. Writers/Editors for Magazine – Detroit

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  1. says


    Just wanted to say thanks for creating this website. Over time, I’ve scored a few writing leads as a result, one of them being my most favorite, the Helium website. One of my greatest challenges is to find writing for my specialities – engineering and scientific technical writing. I’m either under or over qualified. Any suggestions on how to break into that market?

    Once again, thanks.

    Best regards,

  2. says

    I LOVE #7 under Blogging. It says, “We’re still figuring out the payment structure, but we know you probably won’t work for free and the chance to get in on the ground floor, etc. etc.” ROTFL!! Probably doesn’t cut it with me!

  3. Andrea says

    @Jeff: Have you considered writing science curriculum material for educational publishing companies? Science projects are very hot right now. It’s not my area of expertise, so it does me no good, but a lot of firms are looking for people with extensive science backgrounds to write material for middle school, high school, and college texts, supplemental materials, or online courses.

    • says

      Hi Andrea,

      I’ve looked at several scientific publishing ads before. Mostly, they required previous writing experience for a publishing company. I’ve written in various industries for various levels of understanding, but not for a publishing company. So, I’ve stayed away from them. Maybe I should look again and just submit an application just based upon my qualifications?


  4. Andrea says


    Google Words and Numbers in Baltimore, MD. (I’d give you the direct link, but then my comment will sit in moderation for awhile. This seems faster.) They’re an educational publishing firm. That means they manage projects for clients in the educational publishing industry. W&N recently redid their website, so things look a little different than the old site. I’d click on the Contact us link at the bottom of the page and briefly detail your science background. I’d be shocked if someone didn’t get back to you. I know that W&N was actively looking for people with science backgrounds several weeks ago. Since science isn’t my area, I can’t be certain, but I got the impression that they were gearing up for a lot of work ahead. If you have scientific expertise, it can’t hurt to apply.

    You’ll have to take a writing test, but they pay well if you make the cut. I’ve done several projects with them and been very pleased with each experience.

    Good luck!


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