Freelance Writing Jobs for September 16, 2011

WriterGood morning, everyone! How does your Friday look? My day has started out to be rather stressful, but the weekend is in sight, so I remain positive. I hope your Friday rocks!

Here are your freelance writing jobs for today.

Freelance Writing Jobs

Content Writing

  1. Writers for Brain Health Websites (Online)
  2. Insurance Article Writer (Telecommute)
  3. Web Content Writer
  4. Web Content Writer – Financial Service (North York, Toronto)
  5. Part-time Web Content Writer/Social Media Manager (West Seattle)
  6. Freelance Content Writer – Legal Website (Telecommute)
  7. Content Writer to Rewrite Website Content (Irvine)

Blogging Jobs

  1. Experienced Tech/Geek/Media Blogger (Anywhere)
  2. Interior Design Blogger (Remote)
  3. Natural Hair Bloggers (Houston)
  4. Beauty and Style Blogger (Vancouver)
  5. Real Estate Blogger (Anywhere)

Copywriting Jobs

  1. Freelance Copywriter (NYC)
  2. Real Estate Brochure Copywriter (Chicago)
  3. Copywriters – Email Editing (Anywhere)
  4. Copywriter for Real Estate Development – ASAP (Vancouver)
  5. Direct Mail Copywriter (Vancouver)
  6. Bilingual Copywriters – French Canadian/English (Telecommute)
  7. Website Copywriter (Philadelphia)

Proofreading/Editing Jobs

  1. Editor for Tech Startup (SoHo/Telecommute)
  2. APA/MLA Editor (San Francisco)
  3. Editor for Orthopedic Manuscript (Telecommute)
  4. Proofreader (West Coast/Telecommute)
  5. Professional Book Copy Editor (Vancouver)

Journalism Jobs

  1. Freelance Conservative Journalist (Telecommute)
  2. Tech Reporter (San Francisco/Telecommute)
  3. Business Researcher and Reporter (Brookline/Telecommute)
  4. Writers for Local Town Feature Stories (DC/MD/VA)

Technical Writing Jobs

  1. Skilled Technical Writer (Washington Metropolitan Area/Remote)
  2. Technical Marketing Writer (Remote)
  3. Software Technical Writer (Orange County/Telecommute)

Plan/Proposal/Grant Writing Jobs

  1. Grant Writer (LA)
  2. Grant Writer (Minneapolis)

Sports Writing Jobs

  1. Freelance Sports Writer (Telecommute)

General/Misc. Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. Professional Sponsorship Proposal Writer (Battery Park)
  2. Dance/Visual Arts/Film Editors – ArtsAmerica Website (USA)
  3. Media Kit Writer for Reality TV Show (LA)
  4. English to Spanish Translator – URGENT (LA)
  5. Psych Researcher/Writer (LA)
  6. Yelp Review Writer (LA)
  7. Gaming and Script Coverage (Century City, CA)
  8. Writer for Professional Bios (Tarzana)
  9. English to Mandarin Freelance Translator (Vancouver)
  10. Japanese Writer/Translator/Editor (Vancouver/Telecommute)
  11. Food Writer (Kendall, South Florida)

Magazine Writing Gigs

  1. Freelance Writer for Life Extension Magazine (Remote)
  2. Magazine Editor (Oregon)
  3. Writer for Social Conscious Magazine – Travel (Boca Raton to West Virginia)

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. Hope your day got better–

  3. That Yelp job sounds very sleazy and scammy. It seems like they want to pay someone to post fake reviews and violate the site’s TOS.

  4. I looked at a job for proofreading that requires up to 20 hours if “training” before one can be hired! This is ridiculous. Last week I worked on an audio transcription “test” to try out for a transcription job that was eight minutes of audio; after two minutes I realized there was no way they really needed me to transcribe an entire eight minutes of audio (which takes considerably longer than eight minute to complete) in order to determine if I was capable of doing the work, and I decided to just bag it.

    I have been wondering if some of these “employers” are scamming job applicants in order to get free work done? Why else would these “hiring practices” be so rigorous and so focused on producing the kind of work required? It all feels very fishy to me.

  5. Ha ha, oops, should have written 20 hours OF training! Bad proofreader, no job for you….

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