Blogging is not just about writing and publishing content.Â For blogger mom Joanne Brady, it has provided her an opportunity to also work as a social media consultant. She started blogging anonymously about parenting tips, which lead her to understand the factors that make a blog successful – namely, driving traffic and learning about what your target audience wants to read from your blog.
Once you decide to become a freelance blogger, you will also have to undergo what Joanne went through. Blogging is more complicated than you’d think because of the marketing component involved, but it’s also much funner that way.
But before you get to this point in your freelance blogging career, below are blogging jobs you should apply for.
- SEO Blogger for Syd Writing Services
- UX Expert Wanted to Write Engaging and Insightful Blog
- Freelance Copywriter (can work anywhere in the US)
- Copywriter/Editor – B2B for Creative Circle (client open to offsite work)
- Freelance Copywriter for Digiscribe
- Freelance writer (remote but must live within Los Angeles area)
- Freelance writer (work from home but must live within Santa Clara, CA)
- Freelance writer (must live within the San Diego area)
- Contributing Writers for NO TOFU Magazine
- Writers for xoJane
- Security Product Marketing Manager
- Car Gadget Writer
- Grant Writer
- SEO Specialist for Simple Solutions
- Freelance Journalists and Photojournalists for Chronicle Media, LLC
Freelance writing tips of the day:Â 10 tips for landing more freelance writing projects by Susan Harkins at TechRepublic
Check out new week for a new round of blogging jobs for you. In the meantime, have a great weekend!