Freelance Writing Jobs for April 21, 2011

CVGood morning, everyone! For those of you who commemorate Lent, I wish you a meaningful Holy Thursday. What are you doing to make this holiday meaningful? For those who do not celebrate Lent, I hope the rest of the week goes great for you.

Here are your freelance writing jobs for today.

Freelance Writing Jobs

Content Writing

  1. Freelance Article Writers (London/UK)
  2. Article Writers (Work from Home)
  3. Part-time Content Writers
  4. Article Writer – PTSD (San Francisco)
  5. Online Writers
  6. Part-time Writer for RetargetingNews.com (Austin/Telecommute)

Blogging Jobs

  1. Trading/Finance Blogger (USA or Canada)
  2. Dating Blogger (Brooklyn)
  3. Health Blogger Who Likes Celeb Gossip (Telecommute)
  4. Top Notch Blogger (LA)

Copywriting Jobs

  1. Copywriter (NY)
  2. Experienced Copywriter (Fairfield, NY)
  3. Part-time E-commerce Copywriter (Telecommute)
  4. Freelance Copywriter (San Francisco)
  5. Copywriting – Jewelry Item Descriptions (Telecommute)

Proofreading/Editing Jobs

  1. Copy Editor for Natural Health Magazine (Topanga, CA/Telecommute)
  2. Copy Editor/Proofreader (Boston)
  3. Medical Leaflet Proofreader (London/UK)
  4. Editing Help for a Book on the 60s (East Village, NY)
  5. Agency Proofreader (NY)
  6. Editor for a Novel (Telecommute)
  7. Japanese Language Proofreader (Downtown Boston)

Journalism Jobs

  1. Freelance Journalist (Wellington/RPB Area/South Florida)
  2. NYC-based Geek News Editor (NYC)
  3. Journalist with Connections to the Film Industry (LA/Telecommute)
  4. Freelance Writers for IBM (Telecommute)

Technical Writing Jobs

  1. Temp Technical Writer (Fremont/Union City/Newark)
  2. Technical Writer (Seattle)

Plan/Proposal/Grant Writing Jobs

  1. Grant Writer (LA)
  2. Certified Grant Writer (Valencia/Santa Clarita)
  3. Business Plan Writer (Austin)

Sports Writing Jobs

  1. Sports Media Writer (NY)

Resume Writing Jobs

  1. Resume Writer (San Francisco/East Bay)

General/Misc. Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. Writer for Art Gallery (Dumbo, Brooklyn)
  2. Math Practice Question Writer (Telecommute)
  3. Writer – E-mail Marketing (Work from Home/UK)
  4. Wikipedia Writer (London, UK)
  5. Expert Math Content Author Sought for Indian CAT Question Authoring (Anywhere)
  6. Freelance Book Reviewer (Greenwich Village)
  7. Affidavit Writer (NY)
  8. Press Release Writer for Book (NY)
  9. Finnish Translator (LA)
  10. SAT Writers (LA)
  11. Software Training Course Developers (Palo Alto)
  12. German Translator Needed (San Francisco)
  13. Chinese Translators – Finance/Banking (San Francisco)
  14. Italian Translator (Buckhead, Atlanta)
  15. Chinese Translator (Buckhead, Atlanta)
  16. Question Writer (Online)

Magazine Writing Gigs

  1. Writers for Natural Health Magazine (Topanga, CA/Telecommute)
  2. Call for Submissions: Magazine for 8- to 12-year-old Girls (San Jose, CA/US)
  3. Article Submissions: Magazine for Women (USA)

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. Thanks for the list.

  2. margosita says:

    It would be helpful if markets that have closed or been removed are somehow indicated on your lists. It becomes frustrating, clicking on dead links over and over again. I think it would also go a long way to giving this website a professional edge. So many freelance aggregation sites do little more than throw a bunch of links to the wall, hoping something sticks or remains open, without follow up. I would be more inclined to support your site and recommend if it were more reliable in this area.

    • Hi Margosita,

      Can you please be more specific in your report? What do you mean with ‘markets which have been closed’? Please do understand that we can not constantly monitor which jobs have been taken off the market. What we do deliver is a daily snapshot of available leads.

      Also do understand that we do not ask anyone to ‘support the site’: we do not offer any premium service at FWJ nor do we charge any fee to read the site. Noemi spends several hours every day compiling the lists, a free service for every reader of the website. We can not monitor if thousands have already replied to a listing and the listing has been closed between the post was compiled and you clicked on the link.

      Thanks for your understanding.

      Franky Branckaute
      Splashpress Media.

  3. Thankst! I needed it and will try luck with Journalism Jobs from Your list.
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  4. I’d like to thank you for the list too. Perfect timing for me!
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