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Blogging Jobs – September 12, 2016

As with any other career, you sometimes need to make the difficult decisions as a freelance writer. You should never tie yourself to anyone, client or middleman, especially if they’re holding you back in this field. Never settle and remember that there are plenty of opportunities in the writing industry—yours for the taking.


  1. Vegan Blogger for travel website (Remote/Part Time)
  2. Wide Open Eats Contributor at Wide Open Media (Remote)
  3. Blogger at Capitol Sound DC (Remote)
  4. WordPress Blogger for shoe/sneaker blog (Remote)
  5. Blogger at (Freelance)


  1. Contract Copywriter at (Temporary)
  2. Copywriter for boutique agency (Freelance)
  3. Freelance Copywriter at Goldstone Partners (Freelance/Temporary)


  1. Academic Writer/Editor for international graduate student (Part Time)
  2. Assistant Web Editor at (Part Time)
  3. Freelance Copywriter/Digital Editor (Freelance/Part Time)

Content Writing

  1. Content Writer at The Girl Side (Temporary)
  2. Legal Content Writer at UserEdge (Remote)
  3. Content Writer at Chococurb (Part Time)
  4. Content Writer at Ironpaper (Part Time)
  5. Web Content Writer at TCG (Freelance)
  6. Freelance Content Writer (Part Time)
  7. Content Writer at A Women’s Lifestyle Co (Temporary/Part Time)


  1. Editor/Student Intern for college/graduate school counselling firm (Paid)
  2. Journalism/Writing Intern for multi-city blog (Temporary)
  3. Creative Writing Intern at (Part Time)


  1. Technical Writer at (Temporary)
  2. Freelance Writer at Apollo Digital Media (Part Time)
  3. Editorial Assistant at (Part Time)
  4. Tech Writer at Computer Help (Freelance)
  5. Sports & Celebrity Writer at Proday (Temporary/Freelance)

About Author

Romeo works as a freelance writer, content manager at GoSMRK, and community manager at BloggerJobs.Biz. He started freelancing at age 20; working in the shadows as a ghostwriter in many niches such as digital marketing, health, self-help, and religion. But now, you can see his face. Say Hi!