Archive for the ‘Jobs’ Category
Who’s following the NBA Finals? Who are you rooting for?
Whichever team, here are the job board highlights.
Data Approach is growing and are looking for a data journalist to join their team. First off, what’s a data journalist? A data journalist is someone who can distill a complex set of numbers, find the story in it and write about it in such a way that the layman would be able to understand what you’re saying.
And so another month ends. How did May treat you? Lots of good work, I hope?
Here are the job board highlights from this week. See you in June!
Ifeelgoods is looking for a content crafter to become Ifeelgoods content manager and blog writer. The individual mission is to write relevant and impactful content on the blog, social media accounts and other marketing materials with the end goal of growing Ifeelgoods awareness to brands & advertising agencies as well as demonstrate Ifeelgoods expertise, value and vision.
I hope everyone’s having a great morning. Here are the job board highlights from this week. Have a relaxing weekend!
A gifting website is looking for a talented, creative and clever writer who can contribute 1 originally written article (800 words) per month. You can not include affiliate links or information you will personally benefit from in your blog posts.
We’re at the half-way mark this month. How are your jobs going?
Here are more job board highlights to keep you busy. Have a great weekend!
Adopt a Highway are looking to add 3 people to their freelance content blogging group. They have some of the topics already identified and are looking for quality writers to flesh them out. The average word length they are looking for is around 1000 words or so. They are looking for content that highlights the outdoor advertising industry.
Who’s looking forward to a weekend of work? I hope you do get some downtime in the next couple of days, though.
Here are the job board highlights from this week, hopefully to give you more jobs next week!
Saving Dollars and Cents is looking for someone who can contribute 2 originally written articles (800 words) per week. Subjects include personal finance, credit cards, personal loan, and savings.
Who needs more jobs as we start a new month? Here are the week’s job board highlights, which I hope can help you find more jobs to work on.
Have a good weekend!
Sovereign Media, a D.C.-area publishing company is looking for warfare gaming bloggers. Applicants should be versatile writers who can write consistent weekly articles pertaining to the historic and military aspect of console gaming.
Apologies for being away last week due to Easter weekend. We’re back, though, and we hope the job board highlights will give you a reason to smile today.
A high-end fashion brand is seeking a Freelance Product Copywriter with romance copy and SEO knowledge to join their team. The candidate will be writing romance copy for 550 product copy pieces. All the descriptions, images and specific information about the items will be provided.
Good morning, everyone! I hope you all had a good week.
Here are the job board highlights for today. Enjoy the weekend!
Does bad grammar give you a grimace and careless copy make you cringe? Vixen, VIBE Magazine’s sister brand, is looking for a grammar-obsessed copy editor/writer to top edit (and cover) beauty, fashion, entertainment, and celeb interviews for vibevixen.com. Candidates must have a highly developed editorial voice with a distinctly feminine perspective and urban edge.
Good Friday morning! Here are the job board highlights from this week.
Have a great weekend!
Trusted Tech are looking an experienced computer / IT expert to write informative and interesting articles and how-to guides for their computer support / repair website, http://www.trustedtech.com.au. You’ll be writing about a variety of computer topics which relate to individuals and small businesses.
Last Friday of the month! How’d March go for you?
Anyhow, here are the job board highlights. Good luck!
Wearable Tech are looking for more bloggers to join their team at wearable.co.uk. Writers must be able to write high quality articles and have a knowledge of tech. There will be a mixture of generic posts and reviews.