Freelance Writing Jobs for July 2, 2010

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Content Writing Jobs

  1. Web Content Writer – Missouri
  2. Writers for Examiner.com
  3. Writer for Media Javelin
  4. Environmental Writer

Blogging Jobs

  1. Business Blog Writer
  2. Writer for Dance Music Blog

Copy Writing Jobs

  1. Freelance Pharma Copywriter – D2P (New York, NY)
  2. Ma1L Freelance Copywriter
  3. Social Media Marketing Copywriter for Beauty Products/Services
  4. Can you channel Jon Krakauer? (Los Angeles)

Proofreading/Editing Jobs

  1. Instructional Designer/Technical Editor

Journalism Jobs

  1. Freelance Reporters/Writers

Technical Writing Jobs

  1. Peer Reviewers Needed – PhD or MD

Plan/Proposal/Grant Writing Jobs

  1. Writer Needed With Business Plan Experience
  2. Grant Writer – Middletown, RI
  3. Proposal Writer/Procurement-Acquisition Specialist (Washington, DC)

Travel Writing Jobs

Sports Writing Jobs

Resume Writing Jobs

General/Misc. Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. Freelance Writers for iPad App
  2. Freelance Marketing Writer (Lincoln Park, IL)
  3. Freelance Writers for Educational Materials
  4. Grant Writer (Seattle)
  5. Television Writer Producer (Seattle)
  6. Curriculum Writer
  7. Wordsmith/Writer

Magazine Writing Gigs

  1. Writer for Canadian Bridal Magazine

About

Noemi Twigg has been writing for Splashpress Media for several years. An English teacher by profession, she has a penchant for words and likes to play around with them. Having been bitten by the travel bug, she aims to discover more languages in the near future as she continues to do what she loves most - writing.

Comments

  1. Jeff McQ says:

    Just a heads-up…I write for Examiner.com (ad near the top of this post), and I can tell you it probably doesn’t belong on a job site. It is a pay-per-click gig, not paid per article, and most people are unable to draw enough traffic for it to be lucrative. I knew this going into it, but I have other reasons for writing for them than for the money. Not saying Examiner is a bad gig–I enjoy writing for them–I’m just saying it’s better suited as a hobby than as a job.

  2. Noemi Twigg says:

    Thanks for the heads up, Jeff!

  3. I also wrote for Examiner.com, and no it does not pay much so I haven’t been on there in a long while. I did like what I was writing about though, but like Jeff said it is really more like a hobby than an actual writing gig.

  4. I write for Associated Content and Suite 101. I know there’s no big pay in writing for these sites, but I like what I’m doing. I’m new to this work, so right now it’s all about getting clips together and getting exposure. Hopefully before long I’ll have real paying work. I look forward to job postings as well because even though I don’t get a lot of responses to my applying for writing gigs (yet), I’m getting my name out there. I hope one day someone will remember my name and give me a chance they may have not given me before.

  5. Wow, Deb’s been gone for what, two weeks? This site is already suffering! Hope Deb made lots of money on the transaction because this site is about two more weeks away from being irrelevant!

  6. No job listings for 10 days now? Yeah, I’m going elsewhere.

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