Freelance Writing Jobs for June 22, 2010

Good morning FWJ Friends! Here are your leads for today.

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Freelance Writing Jobs

Content Writing Jobs

  1. Freelance Political/Finance Writer
  2. Can You Write?
  3. Local Quality Freelance Writers Wanted - Raleigh
  4. Freelance Search Marketing Copywriter
  5. I Need a Writer for my Website
  6. Independent Writers

Blogging Jobs

  1. Australian Mum Bloggers Wanted
  2. Mom Bloggers for Weekly Posts
  3. Accounting, Tax, IT – Multiple Bloggers Needed
  4. Bloggers @ – Several Topics Available

Copy Writing Jobs

  1. Interactive Copywriter
  2. Copywriter – Renton, WA
  3. Creative Writer – Toronto
  4. Copywriter for Real Estate Web Site
  5. Freelance Copywriter Needed
  6. Freelance Copywriter – Chicago
  7. Freelance SEO-Aware Online Copywriters – Sydney
  8. Copy Writer – Palo Alto
  9. Copywriter for Boutique Agency
  10. Copywriter -Bothell

Proofreading/Editing Jobs

  1. Writer/Editor Wanted – Houston
  2. Book Editor – Jacksonville
  3. Proofreader – Boca Raton
  4. Agency Proofreader – Manhattan

Journalism Jobs

Technical Writing Jobs

  1. Tech Writer – Madcap Flare – Hopkington
  2. Technical Writer – Web Based Tools -Manhttan
  3. Technical Writer for Software Manual

Plan/Proposal/Grant Writing Jobs

  1. College Student to Write Business Plan
  2. Experienced and Affordable Business Plan Writer
  3. Grant Writer – Durham, NC

Travel Writing Jobs

Sports Writing Jobs

Resume Writing Jobs

  1. Resume Needed

General/Misc. Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. Writing Tutor – Philadelphia
  2. Head Content Angler – Sydney

Magazine Writing Gigs

  1. Magazine Feature WritersManhattan Beach/Hermosa Beach’
  2. BG&H Publishing Seeks Writers for B2B Magazines


  1. Scarlett says:

    Just FYI, the “mom blogger” position pays in credit on the website. Just an FYI – for some people (like me) that might be a deal breaker.

  2. flag up on the “can you write?” offer — I looked up one of their websites and the content is, eh, questionable to say the least. not what I’d want on my CV…
    .-= Annie Mueller´s last blog ..How to Remember What You Read =-.

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