Freelance Writing Jobs for April 7, 2010

Today at the Freelance Writing Jobs Facebook group we’re talking about our worst freelance writing job ever. Won’t you join us?

Speaking of social networks, we’ll soon have a social network right here at FWJ. Stay tuned for details…

New Around the Freelance Writing Jobs Network

Recommended Reading

Freelance Writing Jobs

Content Writing Jobs

  1. Little Known Facts
  2. Article Researcher/Writer
  3. Web Content – Los Anglees
  4. Content Strategist – Chicago

Blogger Jobs

  1. Blogger for Author/Advocate
  2. Data Geek/Blogger
  3. Social Media  Blogger
  4. Blogger for Corporate Blog

Proofreading/Editing Jobs

  1. Fiction Editor for Y.A. Novel
  2. Construction Editor – Chicago/Telecommute
  3. Coverage Editor for Yahoo! – Telecommute OK

Copywriting Jobs

  1. Freelance Copywriter – Chicago
  2. Copywriter – Chicago
  3. Freelance Copywrite r– San Francisco

Journalism Jobs

  1. Freelance Writer for the Great Falls Tribune
  2. Good News Writer and Reporter for AOL
  3. Freelance Reporters – Belmont –
  4. Freelance Journalists –  NH

Business Plan/Proposal/Grant Writing Jobs

  1. Online Education Grant Writer – SOMA
  2. Grant Writer – Orange County
  3. Business Plan Writer – San Diego
  4. Grant Writer – Portland

Food Writing Jobs

  1. Fusion Foods Writer – Cambridge

Sports Writing Jobs

  1. Extreme Sports Writer – Miami
  2. Sports Writer – Binghamton

General/Misc. Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. Orange County Columnists
  2. Writer for Medical Canabis Magazine
  3. Graduation Education Online Instructor
  4. Freelance Writers Needed – On Site/Contract – Conshocken
  5. Writer for TV Pilot – Providence
  6. Medical Writer – San Diego
  7. Freelance PR Person
  8. Real Estate Writer

International Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. Political Writer – Montreal

Magazine Submissions, Guidelines and Markets

  1. Birder’s World – Guidelines
  2. The Lookout – Writer’s Guidelines
  3. CURE Today – Writer’s Guidelines
  4. Seasoned Writer for Upscale Publication

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  1. says

    Sorry, Flexjobs, but I’m not paying you a monthly or lesser annual fee just so I can search your database. How about if I instead agree to pay you a 5 or 10% commission on work I actually get?

    You’re great, Deb, but I don’t like sites where I have to pay to search for work and hope I get a worthwhile investment. (If I had that kind of money to spend, I wouldn’t be trying to scratch and claw my way as a freelance writer but would instead be focusing on my true love–writing fiction). I’ve tried the pay-to-play before, and, frankly, it was $30 I’ll never see again. Most of the clients wanted to pay pennies on the dollar.
    .-= Richard´s last blog ..Zen in the Art of Writing: ‘The Secret Mind’ =-.


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