Freelance Writing Jobs for February 24, 2012

Writing JobsHappy Friday, everyone! I hope you all had a good week. Here are your freelance writing jobs for today.

Freelance Writing Jobs

Content Writing

  1. Website Content Writer (Chicago)
  2. SEO Content Writer (Norfolk)
  3. SEO Content Writer – Internet Marketing Agency (Telecommute)
  4. Content Writer – Engineering/Mining Website (Telecommute)
  5. Atheist Writer (Anywhere)

Blogging Jobs

  1. Hair Care/Style Writer (Telecommute)
  2. SEO Blogger (North America/Europe)

Copywriting Jobs

  1. Freelance Copywriter (West Village, NYC)
  2. Blogger – Orlando Tourism (Telecommute)
  3. Copywriter – Self-help (Telecommute)
  4. SEO Copywriter (Oakland West/Telecommute)
  5. Professional Copywriter (LA/SFV)
  6. Copywriter – Apparel Descriptions
  7. Part-time Catalog Copywriter (Romulus, Michigan)

Proofreading/Editing Jobs

  1. Copy Editor (Remote)

Plan/Proposal/Grant Writing Jobs

  1. Grant Writer
  2. Marketing Plan Writer (Dallas-Fort Worth)

General/Misc. Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. Game Writer/Reviewer (All Locations)
  2. Screenwriter (NYC)
  3. Personal Statement Writer for Law School
  4. Translator for Social Media Project (Santa Monica)
  5. Screenplay Writer for Episodic Pilot (Pasadena)
  6. Ghost Writer – Short Story (Anywhere)
  7. Screenwriter to Polish Script (LA)
  8. Part-time Political Writer (DC)
  9. Chinese Translator (Telecommute)
  10. English to Russian Translator (Portland)
  11. Italian to English Translator – Technical Documents (Detroit Metro)
  12. Ghost Writer for Book (Dallas-Fort Worth)
  13. Script Writer for Historical Museum (Salem, MA)
  14. Professional Business Writers (Telecommute)


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. trying to get into comedy writing, any helpful suggestions?

    • Jessie Fitzgerald says:


      Why don’t you try starting a blog alongside a professional services Web site? Think about the kinds of clients you want, and post things on your blog that will interest them.

      Then, create a prospect list of potential clients, and use direct mail, email, or LinkedIn InMails to make contact and offer to talk with them about how you can help their business.

      Hope this helps!

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