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Telecommute Freelance Writing Jobs

May 2, 2008 3 comments

Telecommute freelance writing jobsWelcome to my first weekly listings of telecommute freelance writing jobs. All of the following freelance writing jobs pay, and according to the jobs' details, they're not "peanut" paying writing jobs. If you're looking to hire a writer or blogger, contact me with the details and I'll include your announcement in next week's listings.

If you're ready to add more clients to your writing schedule and increase your monthly income, check out this week's telecommute freelance writing jobs. Good luck!

Article writer/blogger to write on a variety of web-centric topic ($15 and $20 per article)

Article writer to write about infidelity, affairs and relationships ($10 per article to start)

Bankers' Edge hiring writers to research and write articles related to the banking industry ($500 per completed assignment)

Bloggers to write daily updates for First30Days.com ($500 monthly)

Blogger for Banks.com's personal finance blog ($15 per post)

Corporate media relations blogger ($20 per post)

Credit report-related article writer ($25 per article, which will increase to $30 per article after one month)

Legal writer for a bi-monthly newsletter ($30 to $40 hourly, based on experience)

Newsletter article writer ($15-$20 per article)

Real estate blogger (Pay is negotiable depending on skill, experience and commitment.)

Tech and Pop Culture Bloggers ($250-$500 monthly, plus traffic bonuses)

Writers to write how-to guides (Payment varies, but averages between $50 and up)

Writers to write on technology topics ($.12-$.14 per word)

I scour the Internet to save you time and share some of the better work-at-home writing gigs that I can find. With that said, I can't guarantee that any of the telecommute freelance writing jobs (or blogging jobs) listed above will still be available when you apply for them. Furthermore, I'm not responsible for the credibility of the freelance writing or blogging jobs. Before commiting to any writing gig, get the details and promised payment in writing. If you can't get it in writing, then at least save all e-mail communications between you and the company or individual you will be writing for.

If you're scammed or have been scammed by any of the companies or individuals from one of the telecommute freelance writing jobs above, please share your experience in the comments area.

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