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Blogging Jobs, November 23, 2015

November is not yet over and already 2016 trend predictions seem to be running rampant. From the hot color for your interior design to the must-see vacation spots, everyone is trying to guess the next big thing.

What about you? Have you thought about your blog’s 2016 goals? If you’d like your blog to make more (or even a little) money for you in the coming year, maybe now is the time to consider how to make that happen. Profitable blogs are managed more from a business standpoint than a blog standpoint. Could treating your blog like a business help you achieve some of your financial goals?



  1. Personal & Business Development Blogger (Remote)
  2. Personal Finance Blogger at Investment Basics (Remote)


  1. Sports Copywriter for a digital marketing firm (Remote)
  2. Copywriter for a financial services firm (Full Time)
  3. Digital Copywriter (Freelance, Temporary)
  4. IT Copywriter for a digital marketing firm (Remote)
  5. Copywriter at NeoLife International (Full Time)
  6. Copywriter at TechSoup (Freelance)


  1. Associate Editor at Earnshaw’s (Full Time)
  2. Website Editor for a Jewish organization (Full Time)
  3. Assistant Magazine Editor at Boston Globe Media (Full Time)
  4. Assistant Web Editor at Into University Partnerships (Full Time)

Content Writing

  1. Content Writer at Larson Electronics (Full Time)
  2. Website Content Manager at (Freelance)


  1. Editorial Intern at Hoops Dream Magazine
  2. Web Editorial Intern at The Week (Paid)


  1. Online Marketing Ghost Writer at Web Profits (Remote)
  2. Writer for an academic writing service (Remote)
  3. Personal Finance Writer (Remote)
  4. News Writer for a Hamden newspaper (Freelance)
  5. Writer for a Philadelphia community newspaper (Part Time)
  6. Grant Writer at Korean American Family Services (Full Time)
  7. Legal Writer at LegalMatch (Remote)
  8. Social Media Writer for a startup (Part Time)
  9. Technical Writer at Accuray Incorporated (Freelance)


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