Freelance Writing Jobs for May 5, 2011

CVHappy Cinco de Mayo everyone! Has anyone ever seen those ads for writers where one of the requirements is the ability to lift 15-35 pounds?  I’ve come across several in the past week, and the fact baffles me!

Anyhow, here are your freelance writing gigs for today.

Freelance Writing Jobs

Content Writing

  1. Real Estate SEO Content and Marketing Writer (Burlingame, CA)
  2. Content Writer – Dental Procedures (Vancouver)
  3. Pet Articles Writer (Telecommute)
  4. Project-based Content Writers for Shmoop (Telecommute)
  5. About Page Writer (Anywhere)
  6. Special Events Content Writer (North Hollywood)
  7. Content Writer (Austin/Telecommute)
  8. Technology Articles Writer (Remote)

Blogging Jobs

  1. Game of Thrones Fan Blogger (Online)
  2. Writer/Editor for Blog (Danvers, MA)
  3. Bloggers/Writer – Online Dating Reviews (Online)
  4. Car Blogger for High Gear Media (Telecommute)
  5. Online Strategy Games Blogger (Anywhere)
  6. Mom Bloggers (Work from Home)

Copywriting Jobs

  1. Legal Copywriter (Telecommute)
  2. Direct Response Copywriter (Telecommute)
  3. Copywriter for Beauty Line (LA)
  4. Website Copywriter (Work from Home)
  5. Article Headline Copywriter (Atlanta)

Proofreading/Editing Jobs

  1. Freelance Editor/Proofreader (Ocala, FL)

Plan/Proposal/Grant Writing Jobs

  1. Part-time Grant Writer (Denver/Remote)
  2. Business Plan Writer (Brooklyn)
  3. Proposal Writer (NY)
  4. Grant Writer (Telecommute)
  5. Business Plan Consultant (Northern VA)
  6. Book Editor (San Francisco)

Sports Writing Jobs

  1. Adventure Sports Writer

Resume Writing Jobs

  1. Resume Writer (Telecommute)
  2. Resume Writer (Upper East Side, NY/Telecommute)

General/Misc. Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. Writer for Short Speech (Anywhere)
  2. Ghostwriter (San Francisco)
  3. ARDMS Vascular Technology Flashcard Writer (Telecommute)
  4. Korean to English Translator (NY)
  5. Ghost Writer for Memoir and Self Help Book (NY)
  6. Writing Partner for Screenplay (LA)
  7. High School Level Physics Practice Questions Writer (Telecommute)
  8. Web Publisher (Vancouver/Telecommute)
  9. English to (Canadian) French Translator (Anywhere)
  10. Screenplay Writers (Atlanta)
  11. Professional Writer – Book (Atlanta)
  12. Spanish Freelance Writer (Telecommute)

Magazine Writing Gigs

  1. Writer for Buddhist Mag (Chicago)
  2. Magazine Story Writers (Vancouver)
  3. Writers and Editors for Lifestyle Mag (DC Area)

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. Well, when I was a proofreader/copyeditor for a company, I had to carry stacks of thick files around, which I think could get that heavy. Maybe that’s a factor?

    I bet it’s a warning sign of “There’s more to this job than writing,” though. :)

  2. The ads with “lift 15-35 pounds” is more likely a shipping scam, relating to credit card fraud. The perps scam on freelance writers because they now they work at home.
    The job is to called a shippper: Open packages sent via UPS, FEDEX and some times Express Mail. Then, repackage and ship Express mail to Russia or Ukraine.
    The perps are easy to spot with incorrectly spelled words and the importance of mailing the packages right away.
    The credit card fraud is the product purchased online and then shipped to your home with your address,but another person’s name on the address (not yours).
    Two of the perps have been caught. But, it is happening throughout the States.
    The key point is “Why would someone need to repackage product to send to Russia or Ukraine?”
    The perps promise high pay and bonuses, which you will not see. UPS has a shipping fraud page explaining this in details.
    Also, any home that is receiving packages not in the addressee’s name is report by the UPS driver to their fraud department.
    If you are not sure and still think the scam is legit, google Russian Federation shipping scam.

    • Noemi Twigg says:

      That’s awful. But yeah, those ads are ridiculous. Thanks for letting us know about this scam, Kenna. I am sure everyone appreciates being informed.

  3. Yeah I love to write, and i have been doing it ever since the age of fifteen. My dream is to become a published writer. I am not trying to be another Zane Or Allison Hobbs, whose writing I find spellbounding! This has been my dream for many years, to take readers in another world. I want to be published! I want to live my dream.

  4. Tricia says:

    Maybe they’re looking for parents of toddlers and preschoolers. ;-) I don’t qualify any more, as mine is now closing in on 50 lbs.

  5. Noemi, Thanks for posting this stuff on writing. Awesome blog. I will be back for sure!

    Kudos, Beula

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