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Telecommute Freelance Writing Jobs

October 1, 2008 3 comments

Blorge is seeking a content reviewer to review posts and make necessary corrections (pays $400 monthly).

Business writers needed to write research reports on the topics specified in their ad ($60 per report).

Established travel blogger wanted (pays $700 monthly).

Financial writer wanted to write articles on stocks (pays $8 per article).

Greeting card writers are needed to write verses for adults and children suffering with cancer (pays $75 per verse). is seeking writers to write on topics such as finding a job, professional strategies, money and personal finance, relationships, and apartment living ($20 to $30 per article).

Media Maxwell needs business bloggers/writers to write on topics related to running a small business and starting new companies (pays $20 to $100 per post).

Resume writers wanted (offers excellent pay if accepted).

The Committee to Protect Journalists needs an experienced copy editor for their books: Attacks on the Press (pays $28 an hour for up to 80 hours of work between mid-November and late December).

Wanted: Contract medical technical writers (pays up to $20 per hour).

Wanted: Writer to write a political-related article. The article will be published in the Think Weston Magazine. Deadline: October 11, 2008 (pays $.25 per word).

Wanted: Writer to write trivia questions and surveys. Writer must be a resident of Canada and knowledgeable about Canadian culture ($300 per month).

Recommended Reading to Help You Land One or More of the Freelance Writing Jobs Above

Punk Up Your Client Pitches from Amy Derby's Punk Duck Series.

Punk Up Your Job Applications. Another great article by Amy Derby, especially if you need a subject line that will draw attention to your pitch!

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3 comments: to “ Telecommute Freelance Writing Jobs so far...

  • Amy 1:17 PM CDT

    Hi Misti,

    Thanks so much for linking to my posts here. :-)

    I love this theme! I use it on one of my personal blogs and it's very soothing, isn't it?

    Hope all is well with you.


  • Misti Sandefur, Christian author/freelance writer 11:38 PM CDT

    Amy, you're welcome. I thought you did a wonderful job on the articles, and I thought my readers could benefit from them, before they responded to the writing jobs I listed above.

    I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the articles you have planned for your Punk Duck Series!

  • Amy 11:39 PM CDT

    Thanks Misti. That's very kind of you to say. :-)