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 true clean slate Monday – a new week and a new month. What will you do to make a positive start? Your daily lists Enjoy today’s lists. I think there’s some good stuff here, hope you think so too! New around the Freelance Writing Jobs network Setting a Freelance Writing Rate Equal to the Task Freelance Writing Jobs Presents 19 Parenting Markets Freelance Writers: Are You Just Going Through the Motions? Recommended reading from around the blogosphere Practical Social Media Measurement: Leads, Conversions, Sales How to Write a Viral Blog Post at Daily Blog Tips Weaving with Words: [Read more…]
bionicturtle.com looking for educational writer (financial certifications) We are looking for a careful writer (i.e., blogger with pro research skills) to add content to our new Career Guide service. Your focus will be researching and blogging helpful information to visitors who are evaluating various certification/designation options (e.g., CFA, FRM, CFP). Interest in professional finance is desirable (deep experience/expertise not necessary, curiosity and diligence is more important). Please provide compensation requirements and writing sample(s). Contact information: Suzanne ([email protected])
I am a photographer. I’d like to find someone to help me shape my bio and various artist statements. Please view my website: www.lorenaturner.com, to see my work and what I have now that needs to be improved. I would like to work with someone who is an excellent arts writer, and is not afraid to write conceptually or creatively. It’s a small job right now, but I’d also like to find someone I can work with in the future too as my work evolves. Please send a list of your accomplishments as a writer as well as a sample. [Read more…]
Wish Factory Inc. is an emerging company in the interactive greetings market. We are making premium e-greeting cards that are fresh, interactive and fun. See our current catalog here: http://www.wishfactory.com (you may need to login to Facebook). We are launching a brand new class of greeting cards that are highly interactive and we’re looking for writers that can come up with original ideas. We’re paying between $25-50 per each idea accepted, with a potential for a share from our revenue. To apply, please send samples of relevant work you have created to [email protected] If relevant, we’ll contact you and share more information.
I had a cable outage for much of yesterday. I don’t think I need to tell you how much that puts a damper on things. When you rely on your web connection for your livelihood you’re only as good as your WiFi. Fortunately for me I only had one deadline, for the Demand Studios blog, everything else can wait. It reminds me of how important it is to have a backup plan. That can mean tapping a trusted collaborator, or it can mean working at a remote location. I was able to contact my editor, thanks to my Droid, and [Read more…]
Deb’s note: Welcome to the last daily leads and reading lists for the year…the decade even. If single jobs come in, I’ll go ahead and post them. Otherwise, unless I’m feeling overly ambitious, no leads until Monday. I’d like to thank Jodee for getting these leads together for the past couple of weeks while I spend time preparing for the holidays and cleaning up business loose ends. My very best wishes to the FWJ community. Here’s wishing you a happy, healthy New Year – one that is profitable, prosperous and positive. I look forward to spending even more time with [Read more…]