Freelance Writing Jobs: Clean Slate Monday Edition

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Freelance Writing Jobs

Content Writing Jobs

  1. Freelance Writers for How To Articles
  2. Freelance Content Strategist
  3. Entertainment/Celebrity/Fashion Writer
  4. Article Writers Needed
  5. Freelance Writer for Word Clerk
  6. Web Content Managment
  7. Wikipedia Writer Wanted – $60/hour
  8. Finance Content Writer
  9. Freelance Writer Needed – Minneapolis

Blogger Jobs

  1. Gambling Blogger
  2. Blogger Needed
  3. Press Release Writer/Blogger
  4. Fashion Blogger
  5. Fashion/Home Decor Blogger
  6. Blogger/Writer Needed
  7. Blogger for Men’s Health Product Site

Proofreading/Editing Jobs

  1. Freelance Proofreader – Indianapolis

Copywriting Jobs

  1. Freelance Copywriter – HBO
  2. Freelance Interactive Copywriter
  3. Search Marketing Copywriter – S.F.

Journalism Jobs

  1. Journalist Needed – L.A.
  2. Journalist Needed
  3. Reporter/Columnist – Las Vegas

Technical Writing Jobs

  1. Technical Writer Wanted – Full time consultant

Business Plan/Proposal/Grant Writing Jobs

  1. Business Plan Writer
  2. Grant Write r– SLC – $500

General/Misc. Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. 300 Word Articles Needed
  2. Real Estate Writer Wanted
  3. Freelance Writers – .10/word – Seattle
  4. Freelance Business Writer
  5. Healthcare Writer – Sacramento
  6. Need Help Writing a Book
  7. Freelance Writers Wanted – Los Angeles
  8. Music & Arts Writer Needed

Magazine Submissions, Guidelines and Markets

  1. Makeup/Skin Care Writers – Southern California

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  1. scalet05 says

    The link for the “makeup/skin care writers” isn’t working. Is there any way you can resubmit the link?


  2. says

    Deb, the Emerging Cast lead (#1 on the list) is really low paying. I signed up for them and they are paying between $1.80 and $2 (there may be a few higher ones but I couldn’t find them) for how-to’s that end up being about 300-400 words.

    Also, it says on the site that they are paying weekly but in the email and in the FAQ in the writers section it says they pay monthly after you hit payout. The lowest payout is $50 by paypal.
    .-= Danielle McGaw´s last blog ..7 Awesome Chrome Extensions for Writers =-.

  3. C David says

    Sketchiest ad of the day!

    “These are not academic articles so please do not apply if you expect to make 10 dollars per article.”

    PS : They were looking for 500 word articles, too.

  4. says

    Thanks for the leads as always. About five years ago I landed two jobs from this site that have sustained me for the past few years. This site is a wonderful resource. My only complaint about the current market–based upon my observations lately–is that there should be a minimum wage for writers. Say, 10-20 cents per word for starters. It’s strange that every other job on the planet has a minimum wage, but employers continue to screw over freelance writers. I understand people need to take what they can get and since writers are always willing to work for such low wages this makes it acceptable, but it’s just a shame. Anyway, keep up the great work and thanks for everything you do with the leads. This site is one of the reasons I’ve been able to live and write in paradise for six years. Just wish writers would call their own shots and set their own rates so the rates would go up. I think they are actually going down, or just staying the same. I’ve also worked for 2-3 cents a word (Love to Know, other content sites years ago) and even for free, but I would like to see all great writers making a decent wage. This will never happen, but thanks for the leads. We can all imagine….


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