Friday, January 30, 2015

Freelance Writing and Blogging WAHM jobs January 30th


We're a marketing psychology firm, and require an ongoing content writer (blog articles, opt in reports, etc).  Our target market is B2B service firms with $1M-$20M in revenue (typically the CEO or marketing manager).

We're looking for articles bw 1000-3000.

This is a Permanent part-time position. LOTS of content required on an ongoing basis.

Your writing must be full of personality to engage our audience, but you must also be comfortable researching/writing about research studies and integrating that into the content (eg, you may be asked to write a 1500wd blog post on the psychology of color... you would be required to outline, in layman terms, the findings of 2-3 research papers in this area).



Are you able to take a stance on who's going to win a game against the spread? Can you then form a technical article supporting that pick using stats and trends, custom built models, game philosophy or any other resources?

What's your specialty? NCAAF, NFL, NBA, MLB, MMA, NHL, NASCAR, Cricket? We want writers from all walks with unique and personable opinions.

We've been in business for 23 years and now we're looking to ramp up the production to include predictions on every single game on the board (in every sport).


This may seem like an easy task, but we’re looking for the crème de la crème of search engine sleuths, expert online researchers and masters of finding anything (and everything) using a search engine — especially Google. Simply being able to type exactly what you are looking for into Google will not be sufficient for this role.

We’re looking for someone who can help out on a regular basis, but this is not a full time opportunity. On the other hand, this gig could be a dream-come-true for the right individual.


I run a blog at http://blog.paleohacks.com and we're looking for 1-3 more writers to provide us with consistent, "paleo-friendly" content.

Here's what we are looking for:

1. Recipe posts WITH high quality pictures of the actual recipe, not stock images.

2. Longer, 1000-1500+ word 'pop sci' type posts -- usually list posts -- i.e. "5 Ways To Improve Your Digestion Naturally", "The top 11 WORST foods for your thyroid.

3. Video content -- If you're an awesome chef / great at reporting information on video, we're interested!
Online destination looking for freelance editorialists to write original articles that outline value and savings for stores, brands, and products. Editorialists must demonstrate strong analytical writing and the ability to establish a tone that is both casual and conversational, yet also authoritative and objective. Strong spelling and grammar skills are a must. Articles must be original and upon publication, will remain unique to our site. Articles may not be duplicated.
For this position, editorialists will:
  • Write articles of 500-1000 words per the structure outlined in the in-house guides and documentation
  • Meet mutually agreed draft, revision, and upload deadlines
  • Communicate availability, questions, and issues
  • Use Google Drive and Google Docs
Applicants with previous freelance writer, editor, copywriter, and blogger experience encouraged to apply. This is an ongoing opportunity with the potential for 20+ articles a month for the right person.


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