Freelance Writing Jobs for May 24, 2010

We had some fun discussions at the FWJ Facebook page over the weekend. Feel free to drop by and chime in.

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Freelance Writing Jobs

Content Writing Jobs

  1. IT Geeks – $17/article
  2. Freelance Writer Wanted
  3. Freelance Writer for Internet Brands – $10/article
  4. Content Writers for a Variety of Topics

Blogger Jobs

  1. Tattoo Bloggers Needed
  2. Google Apps Review Blogger – $25 – $60
  3. Bloggers Familiar with Laptops and Laptop Repair
  4. Real Estate Blogger – Miami
  5. Twitter Blogger
  6. Freelance Blogger – Philadelphia – $20 – $30/hour
  7. Freelance Blogger – Parsippany
  8. Arts  & Crafts Blogger
  9. Bloggers Wanted – Columbus
  10. Blogger Wanted

Proofreading/Editing Jobs

  1. Online Health Editor – NYC
  2. Proofreader – Indianapolis
  3. Website Content Editor – Full time telecommute – Requests “full focus” during work hours (no kids.)
  4. Editors for Grammar 101
  5. Freelance Copy Editor – AOL

Copywriting Jobs

  1. Freelance Copywriter – NYC
  2. Freelance Interactive Copywriter
  3. Freelance Corporate and Investor Communications Copywriter – Chicago

Journalism Jobs

  1. Freelance Correspondent – Bremerton WA
  2. Freelance Journalist – Elma NY

Food Writing Jobs

  1. Food Writer – Cleveland

Sports Writing Jobs

  1. Freelance Sports Collectible Writers

Resume Writing Jobs

  1. Freelance Resume Writers

General/Misc. Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. Experienced Interviewer Wanted
  2. Business Guide Writer
  3. Biographer Wanted
  4. Writer Wanted – Albany
  5. Freelance Business Writer
  6. Astrology Writers

Magazine Submissions, Guidelines and Markets

  1. Writer for Scene Magazine

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  1. Bob Hale says

    “Tell us what you’re thinking…
    and oh, if you want a pic to show with your comment, go get a gravatar! …”

    Make that “Oh, and…” The interjection should come first…then the thought. ‘And, oh…” puts the beginning of the new thought before the “Wait-I-am-having-and-additional-thought” interjection.

    As one who had the same habit, which was difficult to break, I am now aware of the inversion of words in that expression.


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