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Telecommute Freelance Writing Jobs

September 3, 2008 1 comments

Creative Weblogging needs experienced car bloggers to write about 15 car articles per day. Before you apply, know that Creative Weblogging requires authors that have intricate knowledge of the UK car market (may be paid up to $11 per post, depending on qualifications).

iPhone/iPod Touch blogger needed for 20 to 30 postings a month ($400 per month).

East New York Preparatory Charter School is hiring a competent, talented writer to write their monthly newsletter ($200 to $250 per edition).

Freelance web writers wanted to write articles (300 to 500 words) on a variety of different topics ($10 per article).

How Stuff Works needs freelance writers with substantial knowledge and experience in the home and garden/do-it-yourself topics. (Pay rate is not stated, but I've heard that How Stuff Works pays fair rates and not slave rates. If you apply and find out they do pay slave wages, please leave a comment or contact me with their rates, because I don't list telecommute freelance writing jobs that pay slave wages.)

A marketing company needs an amazing sponorship writer to write business sponsorship proposals or marketing pieces ($350-$750).

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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, which can be done anonymously.

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  • Michelle Kafka 2:42 PM CDT

    Thanks for the leads. I just added the U comment thing to my blog. And I added a link to your article about the writing job responses in my own blog. Take Care.