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Blogging Jobs – September 9, 2016

Feeling sick? Though it can be intimidating to tell your clients, you should try to refuse work whenever you’re ill. Forcing yourself to work will only affect your writing. So unless you need to write something urgent, you really need to take a break.


  1. Blogger for sports website (Part Time)
  2. Business and Marketing Ghost Blogger at Canva (Freelance/Part Time)
  3. Lifestyle Blogger at (Full Time)


  1. Agency Copywriter for healthcare/pharma client (Temporary)
  2. Digital B2B Copywriter (Freelance)
  3. Content Copywriter at George Parker (Remote)
  4. Freelance Copywriter (Temporary)
  5. B2B Copywriter at Delia Associates (Part Time)


  1. Associate Automotive Technical Editor (Temporary)
  2. Writer/Editor for picture book (Part Time)
  3. Proofreader for advertising agency client (Temporary)

Content Writing

  1. Freelance Content Writer (Part Time/Contract)
  2. Content Writer for new website company (Remote)
  3. Internet Content Writer at SEO Direct (Remote)


  1. Technical Writing Intern at Ensenta (Part Time)
  2. Editorial Intern at Sweet (Paid)
  3. Editorial Intern at Fashion Unfiltered (Part Time)
  4. Copywriting/Editing Intern at Coalition Technologies (Part Time)


  1. Online Feature Writer at AmericanTowns Media (Remote)
  2. ScreenRant Freelance Scriptwriter at Valnet, Inc. (Temporary)
  3. Freelance Journalist at Blasting News (Remote)
  4. Freelance List Writer at (Temporary)
  5. Tech Writer at Wpromote (Remote)
  6. Home Décor Writer at Nyde (Freelance)
  7. NBA Desk Writer at Vox Media (Remote)


About Author

MJ is a Mass Communication graduate, freelance content specialist, and full-time community manager at She is a dog lover, Potterhead, gamer, and self-proclaimed chef of Asian cuisines.