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Blogging Jobs, March 4, 2015

Blogging Jobs, March 4, 2015Good day!

Find blogging jobs to get your writing career on the upswing. These can be done on your spare time or after you’re done with your full-time jobs. Best of all, you can do your blogging job at the comfort of your own home.

If you’ve built a career out of blogging, you can even take this freelance opportunity as your full-time gig so you can enjoy the benefits of working at home and having more time for yourself!

Below are blogging jobs and other writing opportunities to get you started.

Blogging jobs

  1. Social Media Marketer/Blogger Part time (Sparta NJ) for Beciga
  2. Ghostwriter: Online business, finance, tech (trends), and marketing blogger for Digital Scribes

Copywriting

  1. SEO Content/Copywriter – Freelance – Offsite! 
  2. Copywriter (Luxury/Lifestyle) – Freelance (mix of offsite and onsite at New York, NY)
  3. Copywriter – Part-Time Freelance – w/ cosmetics and product experience
  4. Copy Writer/Editor
  5. Junior Copywriter

Content writing

  1. WEB CONTENT WRITER (both on and offsite at Stamford, CT)
  2. Editors and Writers for TripleCurve
  3. SEO Article Writer
  4. Lesson Reviewer
  5. Writer for Wink
  6. Freelance Writer for SFX Entertainment, Inc.

Miscellaneous

  1. E-Book Project Manager for Thrive Market
  2. Experienced Writers
  3. Academic Freelance Writer
  4. Writer/Editor – Communications Specialist
  5. Guide – Widow & Widower Support
  6. Principal Medical Writer
  7. Freelance Reporter (Vienna)
  8. Healthcare Writer for Marketing Communications Firm (Sarasota/Bradenton)
  9. FREELANCE REPORTER/STRINGER-PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS for WhoWhatWhy.org
  10. Contributing Film Critic for Atlas & Aeris Magazine

Freelance writing tips of the day: 10 Tips on Marketing Yourself as a Freelance Writer Online at Freelance Writers Online

Check out tomorrow’s post as we find blogging jobs and freelance writing gigs hot off the press!

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Content marketer during the day. Heavy sleeper at night. Dreams of non-existent brass rings. Writer by trade. Pro wrestling fan by choice (It's still real to me, damnit!). Family man all the time.