It’s brag day! My friend Becky McCray features a “Brag Basket” at her small business blog. Each week, she invites her community to brag about their goals and achievements. I’ve only had the guts to participate once (Mom didn’t take kindly to bragging), but Becky’s community totally digs it. Since we’re all writers at various stages in our respective careers, I want to invite you all to brag today. Tell us about something totally cool that has happened either in your personal or professional life. Go ahead and drop your links. If there’s ever been anything you want to scream [Read more…]
It’s a holiday here in the States, a day we honor civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. For many in our country, it’s a day to give back and perform community service. For others, it’s a day of reflection. Whether you’re working,relaxing, giving it back or paying it forward, I hope today is everything you wish for it to be. Your Daily Lists Hope you enjoy today’s goodies. New around the Freelance Writing Jobs Network: How Freelance Writing Bloggers Are Profiting from the Content Sites They Decry How I Landed My First Freelance Writing Jobs Without Clips Positivity [Read more…]
I’m presenting at the Girlfriend’s Guide to the Business of Blogging this afternoon at 1:00 EST. It’s an affordable webinar, geared towards helping grow blogs. If you can, stop by! Deb’s note: That bit was written last night. Editing to add – Sorry for the short list.I have a flooded basement and need to deal. Please see About Freelance Writing for more leads. Thanks for understanding. New around the network: What is Your Twitter Sharing Personality? Why People Will Pay for Content Easy to Forget Income Tax Deductions Link Love Why You’re Not Driving Down the Freelance Writing Rates Keeping [Read more…]
Name of the business: www.7tutorials.com Cotact Person: Ciprian Rusen – [email protected] Payment Details: 15$/article Job Title: Writer of Windows 7 tutorials Job Description: Write Windows 7 tutorials for both beginners in computing and computer geeks using Windows 7. Requirements: Good knowledge of English; Good Windows 7 operating skills (no need to be an expert but you must know the basics very well); Ability to explain technical terms to non-technical audiences; Willingness to write original content instead of copying ideas & content from others.
It’s Monday, the beginning of a new week and a clean slate. Hope it’s a good start for you. I want to congratulate a friend of FWJ, Sandy Mitchel, on publishing her second book. Sandy has been a member of this community for years and we worked many of the same places. It’s a treat to be able to witness Sandy’s success. Check out “Cleveland’s Slavic Village” and support a long time member of the FWJ community. Here’s what’s new around the network: Is Writer’s Block an Excuse for Procrastination? 8 Places to Network Offline Weekend News and Awesomeness Winning [Read more…]
Here’s a list of freelance writing jobs to get you through a somewhat snowy Sunday. Don’t forget, it’s time for my end of year link love offering as a way to say thank you to the FWJ community. If you would like your blog mentioned in the end of year link love post, please send the details to [email protected] Now, leads… Graphic Design Blogger Freelance Real Estate Reporters Freelance Writer – NYC Copywriting for Male Fashion Website – $125 Freelance Writer for Web 2.0 Site Freelance Gamin Writers Fire Equipment and Emergency Apparatus Magazine – $600 Freelance Writer and Marketing [Read more…]