Freelance Writing Jobs for June 30, 2011

Writer's Block

Writer's Block

Good morning! Is anyone writing a story? Here’s a piece of excellent advice from the Fake AP Stylebook:

If you’re having trouble ending your story, introduce cute baby dragons! Bonus points if you work them into a bond levy story.

Here’s to ending the month – and the first half of the year – with a bang!

Freelance Writing Jobs

Content Writing

  1. Freelance Tech Writers (Online)
  2. SEO-optimized Web Content Writer (Anywhere)
  3. SEO Article Writer (Anywhere)
  4. English Content Writers (Work from Home)

Blogging Jobs

  1. Blogger/Content Writer for High End Furniture (Telecommute)
  2. Freelance Writer – Blogging/Social Media (Orlando/Telecommute)
  3. Part-time Blogger (NYC)
  4. Dog Blogger (Manhattan)
  5. Editor/Content Creator for College Girl Blog (Online)
  6. Blogger – Health/Celebrity (Anywhere)
  7. Blogger (USA/Canada)

Copywriting Jobs

  1. Freelance Copywriter for Startup (SoHo/Telecommute)
  2. Financial Copywriters (Salt Lake City)
  3. Website Copywriter (Miami-Dade & Broward County)
  4. Freelance Copywriter – B2B Experience (Brooklyn)

Proofreading/Editing Jobs

  1. Editor for Non-fiction Manuscript (Silver Spring, MD/DC)

Journalism Jobs

  1. Freelance Writers – Journalistic Pieces for Land Use Publication (California/Telecommute)
  2. Freelance Reporter (Seattle, WA)
  3. Weekend Reporter (Danbury Area, NY)
  4. Clubs Editor for East Bay Express (Oakland Downtown)
  5. PR Journalist (LA)

Technical Writing Jobs

  1. Technical Writer – iPad Project (LA)
  2. Technical Writer – Solar Panel Install Instructions (USA)

Plan/Proposal/Grant Writing Jobs

  1. Business Plan Writer (Vancouver)
  2. Documentary Proposal Writer (Hancock Park, LA)
  3. Business Plan Writer (Hollywood)

Resume Writing Jobs

  1. Resume Writer (LA)

General/Misc. Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. English to French Translator (Toronto/Telecommute)
  2. Freelance Science and Social Studies Item Writers (NYC/Telecommute)
  3. Translators – Surveys and Website; Various Languages (Remote)
  4. Translators – All Languages (NYC)
  5. Freelance Fiction/Non-fiction Writers (Online)
  6. Press Kit Creator/PR Guru (Chelsea)
  7. SEO/Social Media Writer (NYC/Telecommute)
  8. Social Media Savvy Freelance Writers (London, UK/Telecommute)
  9. Script Writer/Editor for Feature Film (Vancouver)
  10. Japanese Kanji to English Translator (Surrey, Vancouver)
  11. Comedy Screen Writer (Toronto)
  12. Talented and Creative Writers (San Francisco/Telecommute)
  13. Russian Translator (LA)
  14. Tagalog Translator (Encino)
  15. Ghost Writer for CEO (Long Beach Area/Telecommute)
  16. Writer (VA)
  17. Newsletter Writer (Seattle)


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.


  1. I think there are several movies that have taken this “introduce a baby dragon” approach. Perhaps not implementing your literal baby dragon, but, say, waxing scifi in the last ten minutes of a romance. The Ninth Gate comes to mind.

  2. Thanks for the list.

  3. Hey,

    I am really interested in getting the freelance jobs. Could you please help me?? I don’t know how to apply for these jobs


  4. Thanks for these links :-) I am checking some of them out right now. I am not sure I understand the dragon concept can you write another post and expand on it? Thanks!

  5. Sidra, with all due respect, maybe freelancing isn’t quite for you.

  6. Hey,

    Why it is not for me??? :) In fact, i work on various freelance sites :)

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