Freelance Writing Jobs for October 20, 2010


Good morning, everyone!  Hump day is here, but I hope that you guys don’t fall into a slump. Before you take a look at the job leads, here is our mid-week quote:

Good humor is a tonic for mind and body. It is the best antidote for anxiety and depression. It is a business asset. It attracts and keeps friends. It lightens human burdens. It is the direct route to serenity and contentment.
Grenville Kleiser

Have a good day!

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Freelance Writing Jobs

Content Writing Jobs

  1. Freelance Legal/Law Writers (Online)
  2. Article Writer – Seduction Website
  3. Web Content Writer – SEO Experience Preferred (Mountain View, CA)
  4. Nutrition Writer (Work from Home)
  5. Nightlife Writer for NBC Website (Dallas/Fort Worth)
  6. Freelance Beauty Writer
  7. Freelance Writer for Internet-based Music Publisher – Classical Music

Blogging Jobs

  1. Lifestyle & Real Estate Bloggers (DC/Baltimore)
  2. Blogger – Diabetic Food Topics (Online)
  3. Blogger Needed for Attorney Website (Anywhere)
  4. Freelance Blogger for Web TV Company (Los Angeles)

Copy Writing Jobs

  1. Catalog Copywriter (Dallas)
  2. Commercial Copywriter (Venice)
Proofreading/Editing Jobs
Journalism Jobs

Technical Writing Jobs

  1. Freelance Technical Writer (Austin, TX)

Plan/Proposal/Grant Writing Jobs

  1. Experienced Grant Writers for Non-profit (Boston)
  2. Grant Writer (Detroit)

Travel Writing Jobs

Sports Writing Jobs

Resume Writing Jobs

  1. LinkedIn Resume Writer
  2. Resume Writer (Boston)
  3. Resume Writer (Chicago)


  1. says

    The $100 for a fitness ebook was a good laugh this morning. I wonder if he/she really knows how much work goes into an ebook that is worth buying.

    Thanks for the list.

  2. nz says

    And another from cheapsville:

    Writers/Photographers for Outdoors Magazine (New England)

    Our articles run anywhere from 300 to 3,000 words . . . We pay $25 per story.

    • says

      I guess they count on people really wanting to see themselves in print.

      For 300 words $25 bucks isn’t TERRIBLE. For 3,000 though… ug.

      That said, I’d be curious to know what most people who visit this site set their rates at. At this point, for a standard SEO article I won’t go below $25-35 bucks for 300-500 words. Of course, it wasn’t always that way…

      For blog posts, it depends on the topic. If it’s something easy, I’ll accept low pay… if it interests me and I have the time.
      Chris´s last blog post ..When’s It Time to Let a Client Go

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