Check out these free-lance writing offers:
Women’s Health Writer / Practitioner
Looking for a professional-level (MD, DO, RN, BN, Ph.D, NP, PA,RD) practitioner / writer to participate in creating a women’s holistic health website / resource. The ideal candidate is a
practicing licensed health care provider with a strong interest in holistic women’s health; looking for opportunities to market herself and expand her reputation online, nationally; and is
deeply familiar with holistic health concepts without being overly dogmatic about any one specific approach. We are particularly interested in someone who can write knowledgably about
psychological issues such as depression, anxiety, and psychological aspects of being a woman. Ideally, we want to feature the writing / person / practice of the right person on our beautiful and classy website for women. Our target audience is women of reproductive age, and the ideal candidate would be someone in that same demographic.
Two types of writing are involved: ~1200 word articles that are scientifically referenced on condition-specific topics and much more informal and personal 250 – 600 word blog posts on
topical women’s health subjects.
Health Guru for Web Article Writing (Online)
We are an established online lifestyle publication, looking to add another writer to our team who will:
• Produce 1 article per week (to start), between 300-500 words, submitted by 6 pm EST on Tuesdays. Articles will be original and exclusive to our publication, not to be published elsewhere.
• Author should be experienced with creating articles in WordPress, have a cursory knowledge of SEO, be familiar with placing outbound links throughout content, and using heading tags if/when applicable
• Write eye-catching article titles to promote click-thrus and sharing
• Be willing to respond to readers who leave comments or questions on the article
Articles should be about an interesting healthy living from the day (current is a must!), including things like:
• Discoveries about the human body (i.e.. brain, heart, muscles, diseases, illness, etc.)
• Announcements about the impact of eating certain foods (ie. Do bananas help your cholesterol?)
• Pregnancy, and health-related family care
The article will be written from YOUR angle, but is to include all relevant details for informational purposes, and should include embedded links back to your sources. We want your personality to shine through in your writing. We will provide you with resources you can use to source, if required.This position has room for growth, and if articles are popular we will increase the number of articles paid for per week.
Freelance Writer (News / Comedy) San Diego
One of the hottest start-ups in the education space is looking for freelance writers who can produce witty summaries of news stories. Do you have a solid writing background? An amazing sense of humor? A desire for a flexible part-time opportunity with genuine potential to grow into more? If you answered “Yes” to all of the above, we’d love to hear from you. Please reply with a resume, cover letter and a writing sample of 150-200 words reporting on a recent news story you find interesting. Location: Offsite Compensation: $10 – $20 per hour depending on experience
Enthusiastic, creative bloggers needed (Seattle)
We are a close-knit group of writers who are excited to offer consistent, long-term blogging opportunities for our writers. We value our team and enjoy having a great group of people that we can depend on. The opportunity we currently have available is blogging about language translation. This position requires 3 entries per day for a total of $60.
All of our entries are between 450-500 words and written in a personable, opinionated voice that offers insightful analysis, not a restating of well-known facts. If this subject interests you, we’d like to see a brainstorm of 4-5 topics you would blog about for it, as well as 2-3 paragraphs on one of your topics showing us how viral your writing can be. We’d like to fill this position immediately, so it would be great if you could respond today!
The American Gardener Magazine
This magazine features inspiring color photographs and in-depth articles on new and native plants, influential garden personalities, garden history, and earth friendly gardening techniques and products. There are also regular departments on design, children’s gardening, conservation issues, and reviews of the latest gardening books, as well as a calendar of gardening events nationwide. Pays $300 to $500 for articles and $100 to $250 for columns. Query with outline,topic description, and why the piece is suitable for thereadership. Include clips or writing samples and a commentabout your gardening experience.
Freelance Business Writer – Citygrid Media West Hollywood, CA
CityGrid, a leading local online media company that owns and operates leading local consumer properties including Citysearch, Insider Pages and Urbanspoon, is looking to hire a freelance business writer to craft copy and copyedit byline articles, case studies and create copy for our blog. Job Responsibilities: Write up to 5-7 byline articles/ blog posts per month on everything from the local landscape, small business marketing ideas to advertising trends Craft customer case stories and marketing materials when needed Work directly with key executives on copyediting articles and blog posts Deliver products in a timely fashion to meet set deadlines Oversee and prioritize work effectively Requirements: Prior experience writing business/technology articles needs to be a published writer.
American Spirit Magazine
The magazine’s focus is on Early American history; genealogy; civics education; historic preservation; collectibles such as furniture, porcelain, textiles, tools and artwork; women’s history and biography; historic travel and tourism; patriotism; Americana and crafts. Its primary timeframe encompasses the Colonial period, the 200-plus years between the Jamestown colony and 1820s. It also tends to focus on the American experience as it relates to women, and we like stories that link past and present. Non-fiction features average 1,500-2,000 words; non-fiction departments average 750-1,000 words. Published by the Daughters of the American Revolution, for its members.
Temporary Freelance Catolog Copywriter Ball Horticultural Company West Chicago, IL
Write, proof, edit copy for trade catalogs, print ads, brochures and direct mail pieces. Provide same to layout artist(s). Research product attributes, features and benefits. Participate in brainstorming. Work well in a collaborative environment. Our ideal candidate will be able to create compelling product copy for B2B and consumer-facing initiatives in a collaborative, fast-paced environment. Previous catalog copywriting experience 5+ years ad agency experience. BA in Journalism, Advertising, Communications or related. Proven track record in developing B2B and Consumer-facing communication. Proficient in Microsoft Office and Mac OS in a shared, server-based computer configuration Excellent attention to detail.
Freelance Senior Copywriter Company: Razorfish Chicago, IL
Razorfish is one of the largest interactive agencies in the world and currently has more than 2,000 employees in 20 offices in seven countries (Australia, China, France, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States) focusing exclusively on digital marketing and technology. Each office is filled with opportunities for people who want to invent the digital future. We are seeking a Freelance Senior Copywriter in our Chicago office. The Copywriter is responsible for conceptual development and copy deliverables, including advertising, web sites, email and other forms of interface design. These responsibilities include creating and communicating concepts, implementing marketing strategies and developing short and long form copy solutions.
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