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.
Politix (politix.topix.com), a fast-growing news and discussion site, is looking for freelancers who can not only write compelling, must-read pieces, but are just excited about selling them on social media. They offer competitive pay for freelance pieces that writers play an instrumental role in helping go viral. Specifically through Facebook shares – meaning traffic referral back to their site – but through other social media tools as well.
118Group builds custom web pages loaded with features which track & increase sales, fuel a vibrant online presence, and create compelling content which boost a Small Business Owner’s local reputation.
They are seeking versatile writers / bloggers / researchers to aid in the reputation building piece.
Articles per week needed range from 300-1000 words.
The ideal candidate will have experience writing short copy and banner ads for online marketing. You will be revising and rewriting existing copy on their website and creating new content. You should be able to write, edit and proofread your work and write copy that easily explains complex data.
Author: Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
Editor of Splashpress Media, writer, and geek bitten by the travel bug.