Freelance journalist must be up for the challenge of sourcing stories, pitching ideas, and rightfully getting paid by publishers for their written work. Without the necessary fortitude and right guidance, the rigors of getting published at high profile publicationsÂ can break their will and force them to give up.
That’s what there’s a seminar being held at The Guardian, home of the 2014 Pulitzer Prize winner, on August 9, 2015 about the basics of freelance journalism. The seminar will be taught by some of Britain’s finest journalistsÂ also writing for The Guardian such as Stuart Heritage, Will Storr, and Nell Frizzell, as well as Buzzfeed UK’s culture editorÂ Bim Adewunmi. If you’re near the area and wish to work on your writing craft, then attending the seminar will hasten your progress as a freelance journalist.
Until the day comes, one way of honing your writing skills is to apply them in practice, which can be done by applying to any of the blogging and writing jobs featured below.
- Technology blogger for Better Batt
- Technical Experts for Writers Career
- B2B and eCommerce Marketing Bloggers for Open a Store Now
- Sports/Betting content writer
- Wedding Bloggers for My Bride Fairy
- Yoga Blogger for BOC Branding Limited
- Copywriter for CREATIVE CIRCLE ($33 +/- DOE)
- Digital Copywriter for BlueFlame (Freelance)
- REMOTE FREELANCE COPYWRITER (PART-TIME)
- Freelance writers for Edible Austin
- Content Writer / Content Strategy for Harvest Financial Group, LLC (only for US residents)
- Freelance Investment Writer for Betterment (work anywhere in the US)
- Freelance Writers for FashInvest (In-Office/Remote)
- Freelance Writer for Talent Inc. Careers (remote)
- Freelance Business Writers for Industry Dive
- Freelance Writer for PR Brigade
- Writer for The Tampa Tribune (remote)
- Restaurant Criticism/Food Reporting for Phoenix New Times
- Social Media Coordinator-Part Time/Freelance for Twenty5A (Williston Park, NY)
- TECHNICAL WRITER
Freelance writing tips of the day:Â 5 TIPS FOR FREELANCE WRITERS at Luke Writes What You Read