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Telecommute Freelance Writing Jobs

July 24, 2008 0 comments

Since my weekly listings of telecommute freelance writing jobs weren’t generating comments, I wondered if y’all were actually viewing them. So, to find out if you wanted my weekly listings to continue, I ran a poll (results below). According to the poll, the majority of you want me to continue bringing you telecommute freelance writing jobs on a weekly basis. With that said, I’m bringing them back starting today. Please don’t be shy, though. Comment and let me know if my listings are helping you land new writing gigs. I love hearing about your success in the writing industry, especially when I was able to help in some way.

Without further ado, today’s telecommute freelance writing job listings follow. Enjoy and best of luck! …

Feature authors/contestants to create how-to craft videos and content with photos (winner receives a $300 beginning author contract and share of future sponsorship revenues).

Freelance reporter to cover business and technology news ($40-$60 for quick turnaround news stories).

OTR Global is seeking an investigative reporter for cyclicals and industrial markets (competitive pay and expense reimbursement).

RealFootball365.com needs writers enthusiastic about NFL and/or college football to contribute content to their website on a daily basis ($10-$15 per column).

Seeking writers for a B2B construction magazine ($.10 per word for first assignments, and $.16 per word thereafter).

UnwiredView.com is seeking mobile tech bloggers
($8 to $100+ per post).

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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