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Telecommute Freelance Writing Jobs

May 8, 2008 1 comments

I hope you enjoyed last week's telecommute freelance writing jobs, but most of all I hope you were able to land a writing gig or two. Following is the second edition of my weekly telecommute freelance writing jobs. Enjoy and happy job hunting!

Bloggers to write buyer guides for men: clothes, gadgets, cars and more.
($7.50 per post plus performance bonuses)

Feature writer who has written for publications such as the New York Times, Scientific American, Technology Review, Wired, Seed Magazine and Science News. ($9,000)

Gadget blog writer
($100 weekly plus revenue share)

Medical writers
(You specify your desired hourly or per piece rates)

Realtor seeking a copywriter to write keyword intensive Web content.
(Salary negotiable)

Writer for different topics on a particular subject. ($20-$45 per article)

Writer to write about mortgage or financial topics. ($15 per article)

Writers to compose 400-600 word articles for an education website ($.7 to $.10 per word)

Witty, sharp and entertaining blogger to write stories related to user generated content and how it is being used effectively in marketing campaigns. (You send your salary expectations.)

Are you looking to hire a writer or blogger? Contact me with the details and I'll include your announcement in next week's listings.


Disclaimer: I can't guarantee that any of the telecommute freelance writing jobs listed above will still be available when you apply for them. Furthermore, I'm not responsible for the credibility of the freelance writing jobs. Before committing to any writing gig, get the details and promised payment in writing. If you can't get it in writing, 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 warn your fellow writers by sharing your experience in the comments area.



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