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Good morning, everyone. Here are the job board highlights for this week.
Enjoy the weekend!
Bustle.com is looking for freelance contributors for its Fashion & Beauty vertical. The writers will work directly with the channel’s editor to contribute daily news posts, personal essays, and features.
Applicants should have at least two years of experience writing/blogging about fashion and beauty (a personal blog is fine as long as it showcases your writing skills).
Good morning, everyone! I hope you’re busy with lots of jobs this September.
Here are the job board highlights for this week. Good luck!
Contentprosper.com are looking to work with an experienced, capable and reliable individual to help us continue to secure coverage and placements for infographics produced for our clients. They need you to work with editors at top-tier online publications as well as bloggers at niche-specific websites to ensure our client gains maximum exposure for their visual content. Telecommute position.
Good morning, everyone. Here are the job board highlights for the week.
Have a good weekend!
1776 is looking for writers to help aggregate and produce original, short form content on our website. Subject matters include health, education, energy, smart cities as well as other highly regulated industries and how they relate to startups and tech.
Are you ready to say goodbye to August and hello to September? Here are the job board highlights to help you with that.
Got experience writing press releases? Know the mobile apps world in and out? Go for this telecommute position! Read More
Good morning, folks! How was your week? I hope you’re looking forward to something good this weekend.
Here are the job board highlights for the week. Good luck!
I think that everything Brazilian is beautiful, even the language. If you’re fortunate enough to know Brazilian Portuguese, then this gig could be interesting for you.
How’s everyone doing? Aren’t you glad the Job Board is back to normal?
Here are the Job Board highlights from this week. Have a great weekend!
Know everything there is to know about Apple products, news, and rumors? Got your own opinion about everything that’s said about the company and its devices? Go for this telecommute blogging position, and make your mark in the Apple niche.
Blogging is not an easy scene to crack, although practically anyone can start a blog. The road to success is not clear cut, not to mention the fact that the definition of a successful blogger will differ depending on whom you ask. The truth of the matter is that a decent writer with common sense and a healthy dose of responsibility will be able to make some money blogging – maybe not always for himself alone – but the other side of the coin is that the money he earns may not be enough to pay all the bills and have something left over to do superfluous things.
So what is a blogger to do? The same as any other driven person: find alternative streams of income.
That may sound like bad news to some – having to find something to supplement their earnings from blogging – but there is good news, too: there are many ways by which a blogger can earn aside from his main activity. Here are some supplemental job ideas for bloggers. Read More
Good morning! Here are the job board highlights from this week. Have a good one!
Designed by m is looking for guest bloggers who have a fresh perspective to share with readers. Articles are 300-350 words and cover a wide variety of topics including product design, industrial design, advertising, graphic design, and more.
And so another week ends. How was yours?
I hope this week’s job board highlights help you end your week on a good note!
A new start up needs fresh content for their launch. They are looking for a blogger with interest and experience in women’s fitness/fat loss to produce a total of twenty 500 word articles. Payment will be on a per article basis through PayPal.
Belated Happy 4th of July to our US friends! How did you celebrate your Independence Day? What are you most thankful for that you can do freely?
Here’s one thing to be thankful for: the freedom to work for yourself as a writer/blogger. Here are the job board highlights from this week.
Sports writer looking for freelance work? If you can reliably cover NCAA sports, then this “anywhere gig” might be the break you’re looking for!