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16 Smoking Hot, Really Good Freelance Writing Job Leads

Every time I go on the hunt for job listings to post here, I have to say, I’m simply amazed at how much work there is out there. A couple of things stood out to me as I put together this list: (i) the number of companies looking for full-time writers to work offsite – and they offer full compensation packages (eg, vacation, dental, medical, etc); and (ii) how salaries for freelancers are continuing to rise.

I remember back when $3 to $5 for 500 words was common. I ran across a couple of listings today offering $10 for 100 words (400-word minimum). But, I didn’t even list those because there were so many others that paid so much better.

Yeah, there are still some cheapskates out there trying to get away with paying these wages, but thankfully, they are going the way of keyword-stuffed articles, ie, straight to the bottom of the heap. Yes, online (SEO) writing has finally matured. Hallelujah!

So, get your professional profile/resume ready, and polish up those writing samples. There are some good leads in today’s list. And without further ado, here they are.

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1. Personal Finance/RE/Insurance Writer: Position is for personal financial advisor Dave Ramsey of DaveRamsey.com. This person will join the writing team for our Endorsed Local Provider and SmartVestor programs and create written content on topics such as taxes, investing, insurance and real estate. Applicants must be able to cover these subjects in an engaging, informative way, while faithfully representing Dave Ramsey’s teaching principles.

Salary: Not listed.

2. Freelance SEO Education Writer: Solution Inn, an educational portal for students and tutors, is seeking a part time professional content writer for our website for SEO purposes.

Duties include, but are not limited to: creating high quality articles focused on college and university study material; write a press release for the website once a month, increase visibility to new content by sharing it on social media and posting articles on high PR websites for link building; etc.

Salary: $20,000/year.

3. SEO Writer: WebstaurantStore.com, the internet’s largest restaurant supplier, has an immediate opening for an SEO Content Writer with superior writing skills and an obsession towards improvement.

Working with a team of in-house writers, you’ll create copy for our industry-leading website, while learning fundamental SEO skills, such as keyword research, link building, and other tactics to help generate website traffic.

Salary: Not listed. Note: This is a full-time, on-site position, but I still advise applying. Why? See this post, and good luck!

4. Freelance Writer (Art Gallery): Agora Gallery is seeking experienced freelance writers to contribute to the Gallery’s blog as well as to write press releases and artists’ profiles for our magazine.

Salary: Not listed.

5. Freelance Video Script Writer: Filmless, a rapidly growing company that provides clients a fast, easy, affordable way to get professional videos is looking for a flexible, creative, ambitious copywriter to write, edit and review video scripts. Candidate must be able to generate great ideas and write scripts/treatments for a wide variety of client’s products and services. This is a work from home job so you can work from any city, state, or country.

Salary: Not listed.

6. FreelanceFashion/Lifestyle Blogger: Five Four, a men’s subscription clothing service, is searching for a freelance writer who is well-versed in creating content that aligns with the voice of their lifestyle blog, the Menlo House. The ideal candidate should available to contribute at least on a monthly basis, which can become more frequent over time. You are also expected to pitch and conceptualize post ideas, and source images for posts.

Salary: Not listed.

7. Content Writer: Big Leap, a digital marketing agency headquartered in Lehi, Utah, is seeking a content writer to write web content for our clients as part of their content marketing strategy. Scope of writing includes blog posts, articles, white papers, eBooks, and other forms of web-based content for a wide range of clients.

Salary: $28k-$35k DOE Note: This is another one of those full-time positions that I advise applying for as a freelancer. See linked-to post in#3 for why.

8. Freelance Associate Content Editor: Education Labs, a Seattle startup that connect consumers with online products, is looking for an individual with 1+ years of writing/editing experience to join our marketing department as an Associate Content Lead. You will be responsible for writing and researching short and long-form editorials, blog posts, rankings guides, academic resources, and site copy. This is a remote, full-time entry-level writing position with a salary range DOE. To clarify, we are located in Seattle but you can work remotely.

Salary: $45k DOE

9. B2B Tech Blogger: B2B technology news site seeks reliable blogger to write one to two news stories or analysis pieces per business day. We make the assignments. You generate the content. Expertise must include business technologies that drive growth for small, midsize and large companies. Winning candidate earns steady freelance gig writing roughly 20 to 40 blogs per month for fast-growing IT media company.

Salary: Not listed.

10. Medical Writer: Springer Nature, one the world’s largest academic book publishers, is seeking a medical writer to write and edit scientific content for a range of medical communications according to client needs, deadline, budget and internal quality standards, as directed by the Scientific Services Team Leader.

Salary: FT compensation that includes a comprehensive benefits package (medical, dental, vacation, etc.). Note: Flexible work arrangement available.

11. News, Political, Entertainment Blogger: Mediaite, a news and opinion blog covering politics and entertainment in the media industry, is seeking an ambitious, energetic newshound to analyze the names, the brands, the gossip, the digerati of news, politics, and entertainment. You will be writing opinion pieces and news stories using any and all of the tools of digital storytelling: Words, video, pictures, social interactions, book excerpts, you name it.

Salary: FT salary (DOE). Can work remotely.

12. Education Writer: PrepScholar, a leading online test prep program for the SAT/ACT, is seeking SAT/ACT test prep experts to write extremely high-quality test questions, explanations, and lessons.

Salary: FT salary (DOE). Can work remotely. Note: Job leads continued below.

13. Freelance Tech Writer: Successful software/tech company in need of some extra help with content. White papers. Ebooks. Blogs. Etc… We’re looking for a few writers with at least 3 years of content writing experience, including tech/software (preferably in the SaaS space) and a great portfolio to back it up. Work will be on a contract/part-time basis – anywhere between 5 and 15 hours a week, depending on our needs.

Salary: Not listed.

14. Freelance Tech Writers: nDash.co, a content creation platform designed to attract and reward the world’s best freelance writers, is seeking tech writers. We launched in Nov 2016 and have hundreds of tech brands on our platform who are willing to pay top dollar for insightful, expert content. BUT, we have a shortage of tech writers. The truth is, many of the tech companies who’ve signed up to the platform have yet to receive a single pitch! That’s where you come in. We’re looking for technology bloggers who are willing to pitch unique ideas and deliver high-quality content on a consistent basis.

Salary: $175+ per assignment.

15. Freelance Online Writers: HubShout, an online marketing firm and SEO agency, is looking for students, freelancers, and independent writers interested in doing contract work for us. These individuals will create and submit offsite SEO articles about small businesses all over the country using our proprietary software. The work is flexible — you can do as much or as little work as you want each week. You are paid weekly (via PayPal), and regular pay increase incentives are offered for quality and productivity.

Salary: $10 to $13 an hour.

16. Gardening & Product Description Writers: Remember when I posted about getting jobs via this site a few weeks ago? Well, Ijust received an email listing two new jobs — seeking multiple writers, ie: (i) Looking for writers with a background in horticulture who are interested in writing for a large gardening site; and (ii) seeking product description writers for sneaker company. The project is for 5000 product descriptions followed by about 500-1000 product descriptions per month.

Salary: Not listed for gardening writers; $2.00/description for product description writers. To apply, sign up at Constant-Content.

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