Wall Street Tools is in need of bloggers to write technology-related news. Candidates must have excellent English skills (writing and grammar), a high interest in consumer technology notably gadgets and new products and must be able to meet deadlines. Those with a degree in Journalism and two years writing and social media experience are preferred. The successful applicant can work either in the Portland office or at home. To apply, send a cover letter, your resume, salary expectations and at least three work samples to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aspen Marketing needs freelance copywriters with backgrounds in pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical advertising. Work includes writing and proofreading marketing materials, managing accounts and working with the art and creative directors. Candidates must have two to three years pharma experience and can write medical copy from scratch. For more details on how to apply, visit here.
HNW is seeking a financial presentation writer for a long-term assignment for a financial service company. Qualified are those with excellent writing/editing skills, strong organizational skills and with experience in writing for pitch books/seminar/presentations. To apply, send a cover letter, your resume, salary requirements to email@example.com and be sure to put Freelance Presentation Writer/Editor in the subject line. More details are available here.
An entertainment writer/ researcher with great creative writing skills and impeccable grammar is needed for a growing website. The site is all about finding and reviewing free and legal online content – music, video, games, software etc for their worldwide community. You can write about what you like and are interested in at your own schedule. There are no deadlines – just weekly quota.
Send your resume with a brief intro about yourself and your specific interest and 3 short writing samples (on topic, no more than 300 words) to be considered. They pay $2.5 per post of about 250 words with an image and some links.
Email entwriterblogger [at] gmail.com for more details or to apply!
Hello hello. How have you been? Job postings are a little thin lately, but I’m back! Here’s an interesting posting! The hours required for this job is 35-40 hours per week.
You must have excellent English skills. Some of your tasks will include the following:
• Article writing, rewriting and distribution
• Forum posting
• Blog commenting
• Social networking
• Posting articles to wordpress blogs
• Moderating blog comments
• Google research
• Keyword Research
I’m sure you’ve already heard of LIVESTRONG™.com, one of the biggest health and fitness sites online. They’re heavy on quality content, so do apply only if you feel that you’re fully qualified to handle this position. For starters, you need to have at least any one of these:
• a Masters of Science in a medical field
• Accreditation in health
• Experience writing about health-related topics in a medical or health magazine, newspaper, journal, blog or other health website
Here’s a sample article so you know what’s expected of you.
This is the link where you apply. Demand Studios is the content production studios for Livestrong.
The rate is at $20 – $30 per hour. Good luck! For more info, click more to see the full email.
If you’re a passionate blogger who can rave, rant, and review popular movies and TV shows then this gig would be perfect for you. Think top 10 lists, ‘what if’ scenarios, best moments, show comparisons and what not. The workload is pretty light at 3 500-word articles every week. Rate is okay at $8 per published article.
If your article manages to get on the frontpage of a social media site (Digg, Reddit, Delicious, Propeller, etc.) you’ll get a $20 bonus per article. Not bad right!
To apply, just email chumpstyle [at] gmail.com with either examples of your work, or an article based on the criteria previously mentioned. Suitable candidates will preferably have SEO experience, and know about keywords and in-site linking.
It’s Christmas in a couple of days! Happy holidays, y’all, and thanks so much for following Bloggerjobs. It’s only been a few months since I started managing it and I’m glad that it’s been a great experience so far. I hope that you continue supporting this blog until next year, better yet that you continue finding valuable jobs here as a blogger.
Aaaanyway, here’s a call out to all green living bloggers out there.
Breathe Magazine, a healthy lifestyle magazine for active women, is looking for a green living blogger to post twice monthly beginning in January for $15/post, minimum 250 words each. This is a great chance for emerging green living bloggers to increase their web presence as Breathe promotes their blogs through social media sites and e-newsletters. To apply, send a brief intro email with links to previously published posts to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Got an interesting letter from a band member. Basically, he needs someone to review their band online to get extra exposure. I’m not sure if this is a paid deal, but I guess it wouldn’t hurt to ask! Email him at itaisim [at] gmail.com. Here’s his full letter:
My name is Itai Simon, a member of the instrumental electro-pop music band named ‘Rendezvous’, i am looking to find/hire a creative writer to take upon himself/herself to write a review on the band, music, artistic vision and so on…
This review/article can be based (besides other things of course) on our facebook, myspace, youtube and reverbnation pages, which includes a bio, pictures, links, comments from fans, and most importantly… audio tracks and video clips!
We just finished recording our debut album and it is being mixed at this very moment by Dave Bascombe (Depeche Mode, Tears For Fears) in London.
Our goal is to have reviews and articles about our band on the internet so we would be in a position to search for publishing deals and record labels, but first we need someone to write a review or an article about our band and music…!
After reading some of your very interesting blogs, reviews and articles on the internet i wonder if you would like to rise to the challenge Please let me know what you think.
If you’re looking for a virtual assistant or blogging job, WorkSmartr sounds like a good place to start. It’s a company offering various virtual-assistance services, including research, resume writing, article writing, scheduling assistance, and the like.
Email info (at) worksmartr (dot) com for more details and pay rate.
Suite101 is looking for talented writers who can write 400-600 word non-fiction articles on (almost) any subject(s) they want. As a Suite101 writer you can enjoy the freedom to write what you want, when you want and earn a competitive income off your articles over the lifetime of your career – even if you decide to stop writing for them.
Apparently accepted applicants will be assigned a professional editor who is dedicated to helping you maximize your web writing skills and garner the most exposure for your articles. With over 24 million monthly readers, Suite101 writers enjoy a huge – and growing – audience.
Writing for Suite101 provides you with the opportunity to:
- Put your work in front of millions of monthly readers
- Build your writing portfolio and enhance your profile & reputation online
- Receive feedback and guidance from an established network of professional editors and writers
- Earn competitive income plus productivity bonuses
Most of the jobs posted here are US-centric, but here’s a nice opportunity for those who are in other countries and/or multilingual.
If you know French and love poker, then Delegate2 needs you to write for their French poker blog. They need writers to do five, 250-word posts in French each week on an ongoing basis. Topics need to include tips, news, rules etc.
The second project is for an ongoing Romanian football blog. This project involves writing 2 articles in Romanian per day during the Romanian Liga 1 season and 2 – 3 articles per week out of season.
Both projects are with Delegate2 and the pay rates are negotiable, but will need to be made through Paypal.
Applicants will need to send a 250 word sample in the respective language and topic to email@example.com including details of their pay rates. Good luck! PS, I did some Googling, these guys sound legit.