Happy Wednesday! Following are a few telecommute freelance writing jobs for this week's listings. I know many of you get tired of seeing freelance writing jobs and blogging jobs from Craigslist for several reasons, so this week I've decided to share some leads from other sources that I use. There are still a few listings from Craigslist, but beginning today and continuing each week, I'll do my best to share telecommute freelance writing jobs from sources other than Craigslist.
Blogger with fundraising experience, as well as a blogger addicted to coffee (bonuses and competitive pay).
Demand Studios is seeking writers to write short step-by-step how-to articles on a variety of topics in their areas of expertise ($15 per article).
Note: I'm a regular writer for this company, and so far they've always paid me on time. They're great to work with as well.
EyeglassBlog.com is seeking a writer who loves fashion and knows a bit about glasses and sunglasses ($15 per blog).
LovetoKnow is seeking a freelance writer to create web articles on topics pertaining to dance history, instruction and accessories. Experience with cheer/drill team/twirling is a plus ($20 for a 650+ word article).
Web writer wanted to draft content for an education/career site section ($850).
Writer/blogger to write two articles per day (400-600 words) Monday - Friday one or more of the topics listed in their writing job description ($15 to $100 per published article/post).
Are you looking to hire a writer or blogger? Contact me with the details and I'll include your telecommute freelance writing job in next week's listings.
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