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Blogging Jobs, March 5, 2015

iStock_000011060791_SmallGood day!

If you’re looking for additional income to support your full-time work, you should try applying for the blogging jobs listed below.

These jobs are independent of location – you can blog after you’ve come home from work. This way, you can maximize your time earning more to support your lifestyle and family.

Best of all, if you’ve done well with blogging, you can turn it into a full-time job so you don’t have to leave home and have more time with people you love and your hobbies.

But enough talk – onto the writing and blogging jobs that you take a crack at.

Blogging jobs

  1. Ghost Writer / Marketing Blog for The LOOMIS Agency
  2. Viral/Engaging Blog Writer for Big.Discount


  1. Digital Copywriter – Web! – Offsite for Creative Circle
  2. Copywriter
  3. Radio Spot Copywriter for Creative Circle
  4. Science Copyeditor for Quesbook
  5. Freelance Copywriter for ICE Worldwide

Content writing

  1. Freelance Writers for Demand Media Studios (Santa Monica, CA)
  2. Featured Writer for Global Leadership Adventures (San Diego, CA)
  3. Freelance writer for Birkhoff Research Group
  4. Looking for Experts in Technology/Engineering writing for
  5. Freelance Writer – Law Enforcement Topics
  6. Editor/Writer/Web Content Manager for Global Yodel


  1. B2B IT Content Marketing Specialist for Intellectsoft
  2. Nursing Alt-Tag Writer
  3. Academic Freelance Writer
  4. Medical Writer II / Senior Medical Writer
  5. Seeking Creative Lifestyle Content Journalists-Wine, Spirits and Beer Space
  6. Guidebook Writer
  7. Lesson Reviewer for
  8. Special Features Writer for Hamptons Lifestyle Magazine

Freelance writing tips of the day: Quit getting paid peanuts: 10 tips for freelance writers at Success Works

Check out tomorrow for another round of the latest blogging jobs and writing opportunities to apply for!

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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.