Freelance Writing Jobs for December 23, 2010


Good morning, everyone!  Here are your freelance writing gigs for today. I’ll be hitting the road tonight to spend Christmas with the family, so there will be no job leads tomorrow.  Everyone will probably be busy with preparations as well.  I’ll take this chance to wish you all a blessed Christmas! New Articles Saying No After Receiving Deposit Do You Have a Blog Mission Statement? Freelance Writing Jobs Content Writing Article Writer (Chicago) Web Content Writer (Remote) Entertainment Writer (Las Vegas) Web and Article Writer (Las Vegas) Writers/Photographers (Las Vegas) Fitness/Nutrition Writers (Remote) Blogging Jobs Website Design Blogger (Toronto/Telecommute) Bloggers [Read more…]

Freelance Writing Jobs for December 22, 2010


Christmas stress getting to you?  Here’s a timely reminder from Larry Wilde of The Merry Book of Christmas: Never worry about the size of your Christmas tree. In the eyes of children, they are all 30 feet tall. Now here are some writing gigs for you to look at. New Article Deck the Halls with Freelance Writing Freelance Writing Jobs Content Writing Freelance Writer for January (Philadelphia/Telecommute) Freelance Website Writer (Boston) Article Writers (Brooklyn) eCommerice Content Creator (Milwaukee) Web Writer/Editor (Pittsburgh) Content Writers (Santa Monica) Part-time Article Writers (LA) Blogging Jobs Blogger (New York) Bloggers for Curve Wire (LA/Telecommute) College [Read more…]

Freelance Writing Jobs for July 19, 2010

Here’s a batch of fresh leads for you guys.  Here’s to a great week ahead! New Around the Freelance Writing Jobs Network What Is a Comma Splice? Clips ‘n Things Saving for Tax Time Freelance Writing Jobs Content Writing Jobs Writer for Website Content Creative Writers for Website Content Writer for Fasteners – DIY Math Content Writer (Houston) Blogging Jobs Part-time Bloggers for Family Site (Michigan) Celebrity Blogger (Toronto) Automotive Blogger Blogger  for Craft and Jewelry Making Sites Bloggers for Crowdsourcing Street Style and Music News Blogger (Vancouver) Copy Writing Jobs Copywriter for Affiliate Network (LA, Santa Monica, LB, Valleys) [Read more…]

Freelance Writing Jobs for February 8, 2010

Where is everyone in the Freelance Writing Jobs community located? You don’t have to give specifics, but a general region. My son and I are geography buffs and I’ve been thinking about maptacking the FWJ community as part of  project for him. Were you caught in the blizzard this weekend? It wasn’t bad in my neighborhood – maybe six inches of snow – but I know some areas received a couple of feet. Fortunately blogging is terrific for shut ins and social networking helps to keep the cabin fever at bay. On Friday I mentioned Carson Brackney would be contributing [Read more…]

Freelance Writing Jobs for February 4, 2010

What is everyone working on? To be honest, I’m not writing too many client freelance writing jobs lately. This blog and a few personal projects take up the bulk of my time, but I did stumble on some of my old clips from ten years ago which I’m going to rework with a more current slant and pitch to markets. Mostly though, I’m just doing my thing here. Your Daily Lists I’m pleasantly surprised by the wonderful comments and suggestions being put forth on our survey. If you haven’t yet filled out the Freelance Writing Jobs Network community survey, may [Read more…]

Freelance Writing Jobs for February 3, 2010

Have you taken the FWJ survey to tell us what you think of the Freelance Writing Jobs network? If not, I hope I’m not too forward in asking you to do so. Our periodic surveys are how we learn how we’re doing and if we’re bringing you everything you’re looking for. We received a good response so far and with the exception of one comment (hugs and kisses to my BFF.) we’re receiving positive, constructive criticism. This will help us to bring you the tips and advice you’re looking for, do away with the stuff you’re not feeling and tweak [Read more…]

Freelance Writing Jobs for Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Good morning FWJ Friends! It’s a chilly Eve of Christmas Eve, but we have a selection of leads today that will hopefully make you feel warm and fuzzy. Leads will be back on Monday. I want to wish everyone in the FWJ community a warm and wonderful Holiday. Enjoy you daily lists… New around the network: 5 Solutions to Prevent Fear from Hindering Your Freelance Writing Success How to Write a Press Release Part 4: The Follow Up Recommended Reading: Here’s to a Happy, Healthy 2010 at the Demand Studios Blog Building Online Communities: Are We Preaching to the Choir? [Read more…]

Freelance Writing Jobs for October 5, 2009

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…]

Freelance Writing Opportunities for June 5, 2009

Something I’ve been struggling with for the past year is what is more important – my brand, or the brand I’m paid to build up. Don’t get me wrong, if I’m paid to do a job, I give it 100%, but if there’s one thing I learned recently is that my own brand is just as important – if not moreso. It’s not an ego thing at all. As a writer, blogger and social media consultant, I want potential clients to choose me over someone else. Without my reputation, a good brand, that’s not going to happen. How can others [Read more…]

Freelance Writing Jobs for Sunday, March 1, 2009

Here’s some interesting food for thought: My first paid blogging gig wasn’t for a blog network. It was for a major cable women’s network and I was paid $500 for 200 words a week. That’s $500 for 800 words a month. Nowadays, of course, most blog networks are struggling. I’ll be doing a series at Network Blogging Tips on whether or not one can really earn a living as a blogger for hire, but in the mean time I’m always interested in your thoughts and experiences. Do you blog for a living? If so is it for a network or [Read more…]

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