Freelance Writing Jobs for September 27, 2010

Good morning, everyone!  I hope your weekend was as awesome as mine, and that you all have the energy you need to have a great week.  Here is the first batch of job leads for the week.

New Around the Freelance Writing Jobs Network

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Freelance Writing Jobs

Content Writing Jobs

  1. Article Writers for Health & Fitness (Phoenix)
  2. Education Content Writer

Blogging Jobs

  1. Industry Blog Writing/Editing Assistant (New York)
  2. Blogger – Marketing/Advertising (Remote)
  3. Fashionista Blogger (Chicago)
  4. Personal Finance Blogger (USA/Canada)
  5. Blogger – Relationships (Montreal)
  6. Comedian Blogger (San Francisco)

Copy Writing Jobs

  1. Copywriter for Suburban Momma (Online)
  2. Copywriter (Remote)
  3. Ecom Sales Copywriter (NY/NJ)
  4. Beauty Copywriter (New York)
  5. Talented Copywriter (Pasadena)
Proofreading/Editing Jobs
Journalism Jobs

Technical Writing Jobs

Plan/Proposal/Grant Writing Jobs

Travel Writing Jobs

  1. Travel Writers – Europe (UK)

Sports Writing Jobs

Resume Writing Jobs

  1. Resume Writer (Online)
  2. CV Writers (UK)

General/Misc. Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. Freelance Writer for Reviews (Manhattan/Brooklyn)
  2. MMORPG Game Writer (Bangkok, Thailand/Remote)
  3. Freelance Writers – Fable Streams Entertainment LLC (Carmel, IN)
  4. Press Release Writer (Chicago)
  5. Photo Editor (New York)
  6. Food Writer (Napa County)
  7. Writer/Researcher (Work from Home)

Magazine Writing Gigs

  1. Writers for Frugivore Magazine
  2. Writer for London Online Magazine (UK)


  1. says

    Dear Noemi, it’s a very useful and helpful post I think :) Have you accidentally met any job involving translation (English to Russian and/or Ukrainian) or may be it is not topical on the sources you used?

    Thank you for your time,
    Arevik (Ms)

  2. Stephanie says

    I applied to the Proofreading job “Part-time Copy Editor (Ohio/Telecommute)” and I think it’s a scam. I got an email back within a few hours and they said they are interested in working with me, but I must register with their site that costs $2.95. No thank you!

    • says

      Thanks so much! Just do it if there is no extra waste of your time :) After I overcome some circumstances in my life I will most probably go for Goggle Ads campaign)

      To Stephanie: sure it is a scam, good thing there are people who don’t believe it! I mean I read so much about those who do and then complain everywhere about it)

  3. Bob Hale says

    I know this is nit-picking, but this IS a writers’ hangout!

    The line above: “…and oh, is you want a pic…” is mixed! The Interjection, “oh” should come first, followed by the “and..” The “oh” suggests a second thought. As it is now, it makes no linguistic sense.

    “and oh…” has no meaning; “Oh,and…” does!

    Am I being too critical???:)

    Bob Hale

    • says

      Bob, It’s on the list of to do’s but that list is very long and this line of text is not at the top of that list. It really doesn’t bother me in relation to all of the other things we do here on FWJ each day. Besides, I imagine the person who originally wrote it was trying to sound conversational vs. completely grammatically correct, which is acceptable on a blog. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. Again, it’s on the list of to do’s.

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