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Freelance Writing Jobs for the Week of 9/2/2013

Note: Some of these jobs, although freelance, may be location specific. In those cases, the location is listed. For my American friends, I hope you enjoyed this long holiday weekend. Now everyone dig in and prepare to land some writing gigs, for, the busy season officially kicks off after Labor Day! 🙂

Freelance Law Firm Blogger: PaperStreet Web Design, an award-winning Internet marketing firm, seeks experienced legal bloggers to draft 500-word blog posts for law firm clients. This is a freelance, work-from-home position. Pay: $30 per post. Get full details on this legal blogging job.

Freelance Financial Blogger: We’re looking for a freelance personal finance writer/blogger to weave our internal market research data into concise, reader-friendly narratives for the general public. Pay: $35 per short post/article. Get full details on this financial blogging job.

Freelance Tech Writer: Small boutique internet marketing and web design company seeks freelancer copywriter to write series of articles about PPC best practices and strategies; how Google’s seardch engine works; and Google authorship. Pay: $15 per per 450-550-word article. Get full details on these positions: tech writing job; tech writing job; tech writing job.

Web Content Writer: We have a huge need for great content and are looking to pay $60 per article for every quality article you can provide. Pay: $60 per 1,000 to 1,500 word article. Get full details on this web content writing job.
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Poetry Writers: The Pedestal Magazine is accepting poetry for Issue 73 to be published at the end of this December. All styles, themes, and genres welcome and there’s no limits on word length. You can submit up to six poems. All submissions must be original and not published elsewhere. Deadline: Nov 30. Pay:  $40/poem. Get full details on this poetry writing job.

Seeking Freelance Writers for Higher Education Topics: Online marketing agency seeks professional writers to produce highly engaging articles about higher education for various online media outlets and proprietary sites. Content should be well-researched, concise, and very informative. Some knowledge of current discussions and trends in higher ed and/or experience writing about higher ed is preferred.  Pay: $TBD. Get full details on this education writing job.

Freelance Copywriter: We are seeking an independent freelance copywriter that has exceptional writing and marketing ability. The copywriter will be utilized for various types of projects that include copy writing, content development, marketing material, and branding content. The projects will vary in time and number depending on business. We intend on working with a freelance copywriter on a regular basis whom we can use as our primary subcontractor for copy writing and editing.  Pay: $Hourly/per project. Get full details on this freelance copywriting job.

Freelance Writer/Blogger w/ Legal Exp: A small firm is looking for a talented blogger/writer who has the ability to create engaging site content, blogs, and press releases. The right candidate will have experience writing legal content, is capable of meeting deadlines and possess excellent writing skills. Prior experience writing legal information and news for the web is a plus. Pay: $20 per 700-word post/article. Get full details on this freelance writing/blogging job.

Freelance SEO Content Writer: We are a rapidly growing marketing agency that is looking to hire a bright content writer with choice copywriting skills on a freelance basis. A steady stream of assignments awaits the right candidate; once you’ve earned your spot, your workload will only be limited by your ability to turnaround assignments in accordance with supplied guidelines. Pay: $Not listed. Get full details on this SEO content writing job.

Freelance Sports Writer: SportsEh is looking for writers who are passionate about Canadian sports to write articles on a weekly basis. Writers will cover secondary and post-secondary athletes, mainly in football and basketball until SportsEh expands its reach. Pay: $Not listed. Get full details on this sports writing job.

Freelance Photography Writer: LensCulture is one of the most authoritative resources for contemporary photography. We’re looking for an energetic, talented, creative freelance copywriter for a great part-time gig. Ideally, you have knowledge and passion for contemporary photography along with 3+ years of experience writing compelling marketing copy, website content & messaging, emails, and key corporate communications. Pay: $DOE. Get full details on this photography writing job.

Web Content Planner/Writer: I am looking for someone to manage a new blog for my SaaS business. You will be responsible for:  1) planning out the content schedule; 2) brainstorming new types of posts; 3) writing all content; 4) managing other writers; and 5) formatting all posts. For the right person, this will be an ongoing gig of at least one article a day indefinitely. Pay: $Submit a bid on a one month content plan and 5 articles. Get full details on this content writing/planning job.

Business Travel, Hospitality, HR Bloggers: We are looking for great writers who would blog once a month on our main blog. We are seeking passionate writers with noteworthy publication histories and/or large audiences in social media or otherwise. You must be able to consistently produce high-quality articles. You should be a self-starter. Articles will be about 400-800 words each. Pay: $Submit rates. Get full details on this blogging job.

Freelance Technical Copywriter: Our client is a leader in the high-end consumer goods space. They are looking for a Tech Writer to join their team for a long-term freelance assignment. Qualified candidates will be capable writing and editing operational, instructional, maintenance, or test procedures for paper, multimedia, or web-based publications. You’ll also be asked to conduct interviews and document specific processes and specs. Pay: $25-$30/hour. Get full details on this technical writing job.

Encyclopedia Writing Job: M.E. Sharpe, a well-known publisher of academic texts, is inviting writers to contribute to its special-interest project, World Democracy, a new two-part global encyclopedia which the company intends to publish. This website has a list of articles that the company needs to assign to writers. Word length averages from 500 to 4000 words. Pay:  Rates range from $25 to $200/article. Get full details on this writing job.

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Tomorrow: Regular contributor Niall Roche tells his experience with what he calls “the vanishing client syndrome?” You know, when clients just seem to disappear out of the blue for no reason. Three of his steady clients disappeared, leaving him about $2,000 in the hole when it came to “expected income.” You’ll learn how he handled it, what he did to ensure that it doesn’t happen again, and how many of these disappearing clients actually came back.

Wednesday: Regular contributor Karen Cioffi talks about how to build your list as a freelance writer. It’s necessary — whether you want to land more writing clients, or build a secondary stream of income (eg, sell ebooks), you need a list to do it effectively. Many of the old listbuilding strategies just flat out don’t work, or are so ineffective they need to be put out to pasture. Karen will share how to effectively build your list with quality (ie, money-making!) subscribers.

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