Blogging is a great tool to promote your products and services, as well as reach out to your target audience. Aside from publishing on your own blog, you can also get your own content posted on other sites.
This practice is called guest blogging and is covered in depth in this article at the Huffington Post. It details the step-by-step process of landing a guest blogging gig from looking for prospective sites relevant to your niche down to the actual writing.
Guest blogging is also a great way to build your portfolio to increase your chances of landing blogging gigs from this site. Therefore, before applying for the jobs below, try to find a way to incorporate guest blogging into your daily routine to make the most out of your blogging career.
- Security & Risk Management Blogger for SecurityScorecard
- Blogger / Writer for DigitalBlock
- Blogger for Philadelphia-based painting company
- Retail Blogger for Insider Trends (Â£10/hour)
- Marketing Copywriter for Veterans Advantage (Full-Time)
- Freelance Copywriter/Editor for NewsBank, inc.
- Marketing Copywriter for NIC
- Freelance Writer for Your Voice
- Content Writer for Media Society (Freelance)
- Freelance B2B Reporter to Cover State Legislation, Regulation & Advocacy for CQ Roll Call (Freelance, 15,000 to $20,000)
- Staff Writer for Creative Loafing Atlanta (Full-Time, Under $45,000)
- US Immigration Writer for Joorney LLC
- Video Game Review Writers for GamerU ($25 Per Approved Review)
- Social Media Content Manager for Vacation Living Los Angeles (Freelance, Part-Time, $15/hour)
- Contract Grant Writer for The Edible Schoolyard Project
- Technical Writer for Padron Social Marketing (Part-Time, $20-$25/hourly)
- Options Writer for Wyatt Investment Research (Freelance)
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