Freelance Writing Jobs for July 20, 2010

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Freelance Writing Jobs

Content Writing Jobs

  1. Content Writer for SEO Firm
  2. Content Writers (Seattle Metro Area)
  3. Website Content Writer
  4. Writer for “About Us” Section (Queens)
  5. Article Writers on Freelance Writing
  6. Website Promo Writer (Atlanta)
  7. Website Writers Needed
  8. Website Content Writer (Mississauga, Square One Area, Toronto)
  9. SEO Content Writer (Austin)
  10. Web Content Writer (Chicago)
  11. Website Content Writer
  12. Psychology Writer
  13. Creative Content Writer (San Francisco)

Blogging Jobs

  1. Blogger Needed – IT/Business/Marketing
  2. Political Blogger (Canada)
  3. Fashion Blogger (Houston)

Copy Writing Jobs

  1. Experienced Copywriter (Chicago)
  2. Pharma Copywriter (South Jersey)
  3. Part-time Copywriters

Proofreading/Editing Jobs

  1. Fashion Editor (Chicago)
  2. Proofreader (Oaks, PA)

Journalism Jobs

  1. Technology Journalist
  2. Political Investigating Reporter (Boston MSA Region)
  3. Part-time Assignment Editor (Toronto)

Technical Writing Jobs

  1. Technical Writer with Software Design Background (Detroit)
  2. Technical Writer (Vancouver)
  3. Technical Writer (Downtown Toronto)
  4. Web and Technical Writer (Van Nuys)

Plan/Proposal/Grant Writing Jobs

  1. Part-time Grant Writer (Delaware County)
  2. Proposal Writer (Seattle)

Travel Writing Jobs

  1. Travel Writer for The Black Lyst (Brooklyn)

Sports Writing Jobs

Resume Writing Jobs

General/Misc. Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. Writer/Blogger/Webmaster
  2. Freelance Writer
  3. Ghostwriter for Non-fiction Book on Dating
  4. Ghostwriter for Technical Book
  5. Marketing Assistant/Writer (Washington, DC)
  6. Freelance Writers (University Park/Riverdale Park, MD)

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  1. says

    Under, part-time copywriter, what kind of PR firm is forgiving of spelling and grammar errors? And they ask copywriters do do mystery shopping??

    I’d stay away from that one.

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