Posts Tagged ‘Blogging Jobs’
Good Friday morning to all of you! How did the first week of June treat you? Are you ready for more jobs coming your way?
Here are some of the most interesting listings we had this week. Once again, we bring you the job board highlights.
The Blog Herald is one of the oldest and most respected blogs about blogging and WordPress, and they need an experienced writer who can write about the platform – tips, tutorials, news, etc. – as well as the blogging scene in general. You also need to be able to track down bloggers and interview them. Got what it takes?
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Are you a blogger who uses Google+ more than Facebook? Do you have more than 2,000 followers on the platform? If so, Reputation Changer wants to talk with you.
Good morning, folks! Here are the highlights from this week’s Job Board. Best of luck!
This one is for beginning writers based in San Jose, CA. A company needs an enthusiastic individual to work on their social media and blogging profiles. College students are welcome to apply.
Good morning, folks! I hope everything’s going great in your part of the world. As usual, every Friday morning, we bring you the best of the Job Board.
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Verity Content is looking for excellent writers from all over the US, so if you can write posts from 300-500 words each and can meet deadlines, this telecommute position is waiting for you. Creativity, geekiness, and excellent English a must!
Good morning, folks! How’s the weather where you’re at right now? It’s been scorching hot in my neck of the woods, and I’d give an arm and a leg for a bit of rain. I hope that you’re all doing well, and that you’ll get some good job leads today.
USA Today is looking for a sports writer who can be based anywhere. They prefer someone in McLean, VA, though. Make sure you’ve got the talent for writing grabby headlines before you apply.
How’s it going, folks? The last weekend of April is around the corner. Are you going to do something special to reward yourself?
Before you kick off those shoes, here are the highlights from this week’s Job Board.
A virtual newsroom is looking for a digital copy editor to work remotely. They use browser-based CMS, InDesign CS4, Adobe PDFs and Google documents, as well as basic in-house systems. If you’re more reliable than anyone else you know, hit Apply!
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Here are the highlights from this week’s ads. Good luck!
Are you a passionate copywriter who can get your emotions across with your words? If you can speak in truth and love, aiming to influence people positively, GetStoried wants you!
Did you guys miss us last week? We just took the long weekend off, but we’re back on track. Here’s to a good weekend ahead, short as it is.
Good luck with the jobs!
Write Recruit, a top marketing agency is looking for work from home writers who can work either part-time or full-time. You can decide how many articles you want to write each month, and you get paid anywhere from $9 to $12 per piece.
Happy Friday once again. Here’s to an awesome weekend ahead!
Here are the highlights from this week’s Job Board.
This gig is for passionate auto enthusiasts who can write decently. You need to have your own voice backed with expertise on the various subjects covered by the blog. This is a telecommute position.
Good morning, everyone! Here are the highlights from this week’s Job Board. Good luck!
Freelance journalists who have extensive experience, you might want to take a look at this high-paying opportunity from USA TODAY. They need people who can find the most interesting angles in complicated stories. And if you’re a photographer, too, there’s even more work for you.