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Blogging Jobs, September 25, 2015

Why do you blog? Maybe you have a personal blog, maybe you write for other people’s blogs, or like many writers, you do both. Businesses are often encouraged to maintain a blog for sales and marketing purposes. This article has lots of different reasons people blog, either for business or pleasure. Maybe you’ll be inspired to start a new blog or re-invigorate your current one.

Good luck with today’s jobs and have a great weekend!

 

Blogging

  1. Blogger at DenverWebsiteDesigns.com (Remote)

Copywriting

  1. Copywriter for an accessories brand (Freelance)
  2. Pharma Copywriter (Freelance, Remote)
  3. Copywriter at Martin Advertising (Full Time)
  4. Social Copywriter for a digital agency (Full Time)
  5. Junior Copywriter for a digital agency (Freelance)
  6. Annual Report Copywriter (Freelance, Contract)

Editing

  1. Assistant Editor at U.S. News & World Report (Full Time)
  2. Assistant Web Editor at UCSF Medical Center (Part Time, Contract)
  3. Associate Editor at Fatherly (Full Time)
  4. Editor for an online real estate news site (Part Time, Remote)
  5. Associate Editor at Yellow Scene Magazine (Part Time)

Content Writing

  1. Content Writer at Gummicube (Full Time)
  2. Content Developer/Writer at Cenlar FSB (Full Time)
  3. Art Content Writer for an art startup (Remote)
  4. Automotive Content Writer at Web2Carz.com (Full Time)

Internship/Unpaid

  1. Content Writer at Roomi Connect (Remote)
  2. Digital Editorial Intern at ShopBazaar.com

Miscellaneous

  1. Writer at International Dredging Review (Freelance)
  2. Reporter at WorkCompCentral (Full Time, Remote)
  3. Contributing Editor at SparkNotes (Remote)
  4. Infographic Outline Writer at Brafton (Full Time)
  5. Political Writer at MapLight (Full Time)
  6. Curriculum Writer at ArborBridge (Part Time, Remote)
  7. Fanfic/Fandom Writers at Fan/Fic Magazine (Remote)
  8. Cloud Writer at CloudNetwork (Remote)
  9. Colorado Guidebook Writer at Avalon Travel (Contract)

 

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