Freelance Writing Jobs for March 20, 2012

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Good luck with today’s jobs!

Freelance Writing Jobs

Content Writing

  1. Legal Website Content Writer (Houston)
  2. Freelance Content Writer – Sleep Products (Work from Home)
  3. Freelance Writer – Gaming/Casino Experience (Telecommute)
  4. Writer for Christian Articles (Orange County)
  5. Project-based Content Writer – Dinosaurs (Remote)
  6. Content Writer for Motivational Social Network (NYC)

Blogging Jobs

  1. Outdoor Blogger (Santa Cruz County)
  2. Bloggers – Insurance/Personal Finance/Marketing/Pick Up Trucks (LA)

Copywriting Jobs

  1. DRTV Commercial Writer (NY/NJ Metro – Telecommute)
  2. Freelance Copywriter – Consumer Goods (RI)
  3. Freelance Copywriter – Financial Background (Manhattan)
  4. Business to Business Writer (NYC)
  5. Contract Web Copywriter (USA)
  6. Senior Copywriter (LA)
  7. Writer for Suite of iPhone Apps (NY/Possible Telecommute)
  8. Real Estate Marketing Writer (San Francisco)

Proofreading/Editing Jobs

  1. Technical Copy Editor (Chicago)
  2. Professional Editor – Fiction (Telecommute)

Journalism Jobs

  1. Full-time Web Editor (Remote USA)
  2. Freelance Reporters for BizBash (Boston, MA)
  3. Online News Editor for InfoWorld (San Francisco)
  4. Part-time News Writer (North Ridgeville, OH)

Technical Writing Jobs

  1. Technical Writer – Thesis Review and Update (King of Prussia)
  2. SEO Report Writers (Telecommute)
  3. Part-time Science Writers (Lambertville, NJ)

Plan/Proposal/Grant Writing Jobs

  1. Temporary Part-time Grant Writer (NY)
  2. Grant Writer for Music Project (LA)

Travel Writing Jobs

  1. Writers for NFT Guide to NYC (Telecommute)

General/Misc. Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. Remote Freelance Writer
  2. ISO Writer to Re-write Website Material and Blog Entries (Telecommute)
  3. Social Media Strategist (NYC)
  4. Part-time Online Marketing Coordinator (Work from Home)
  5. Screenwriter – TV-friendly Storyline
  6. Senior Freelance Writer (Telecommute)

 

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. I applied to Stripes 39 and got a response immediately. They asked me to write a 750 word article on a topic they chose, which they said was only a test. I submitted a well-written article and in two weeks, I have not heard anything. I have also sent a follow-up email which was not responded to either, so this may be a scam.

  2. You want to know what is a scam? Alex Hammer and Media 2.0, the guy should be in jail.
    Mike´s last blog post ..Offering Press Release Services for iPhone/iPad Developers

  3. Thanks for the heads-up on Alex Hammer of Maine. After close to three months since I answered a blind ad for writers, he contacted me via email wanting to talk. With his name I was able to do a fast Google search and what came up was not pretty. I decided not to answer his email.

    • I agree with these comments about Alex Hammer’s scam. During one week when I wrote for his blogs without any pay, he constantly harassed me with emails and phone calls of an oddly personal nature. Even after I declined his offer to do more work for him, he spammed me with emails. I blocked him.

  4. Had a similar experience with Mr Hammer. Nothing in writing, nothing signed, no compensation. After several requests, he refuses to take down my content. He’s been blowing up my email. He’s really annoying and quite weird.

    • Can you believe this scam is still being run? I was very close to getting taken. His new editor..if she is new or working with him, was pushing me after one day to start releasing content to her. I asked about a contract, there was none. I was told to have faith and trust. Sorry but faith and trust will not pay my bills!

      I sent them both an email stating why I was declining all the while knowing that there are about 200 people behind me ready to be taken. He shouldn’t be allowed to even post ads anymore!

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