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Make Money From Home as a Creative Freelance Writer

On this Triumphant Tuesday, The Write Styles is offering the latest job opportunities for you to Make Money From Home as a Creative Freelance Writer.

Make Money From Home as a Creative Freelance Writer

Make Money From Home as a Creative Freelance Writer

PALEOWEST ARCHAEOLOGY

PaleoWest Archaeology is a solution driven archaeological consulting firm that prides itself on employing the best professionals in the industry. Our firm is seeking a professional on-call editor to work variable hours supporting proposals and technical reports in the social science industry. This position will work closely with office principals and project managers to provide essential top-quality proposals and technical reports in the archaeological and anthropological field. This is a remote, on-call position that is work from home.

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BRIDES

First thing’s first—OMG, you’re engaged! Can you tell we’re excited? But, we also know better than anyone how overwhelming wedding planning can be and we’re here to help you every step of the way. We’re committed to bringing you an inclusive look at the world of weddings, with every type of couple, and every type of celebration. Whether you’re only just thinking about getting engaged (or hinting at it and looking for the perfect ring), in the throws of wedding planning, or already navigating newlywed life, Brides is here to inspire, guide and entertain you during this exciting, and trying, time. As an updates editor or producer for Brides, you will review and revise existing articles in order to elevate user experience, according to specific project instructions and brand guidelines.

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SHOUTVOX

ShoutVox is looking for freelance writers to help create engaging content on a wide variety of topics, from finance and technology to pop culture and entertainment. The ideal candidate should be well-versed in creating 100% unique and informative content that engages the reader in a conversational and inviting manner. The type of content that we are looking for is meant to make the reader want to continue coming back to the landing page and, in some cases, increase conversions for a sale.

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MYERS EDUCATION PRESS

Gorham, Maine academic book publisher is seeking freelance copy editors to edit and correct final draft submissions from our authors, all of whom are professors in the field of education. Myers Education Press publishes library books and textbooks for colleges of education in the United States and around the world. Our rapid growth requires us to expand our roster of freelancers as we add new books to our front list. You are expected to copy edit for content and style, assuring that each text reads as well as possible and that they conform to the appropriate style. This is a remote freelance position, so there is no requirement to come to our office.

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PRIME PUBLISHING LLC

Prime Publishing is looking for several editors to contribute knitting, crochet, sewing, or quilting content to our women’s lifestyle websites on a freelance basis. Writers must not only be knowledgeable about knitting, crochet, sewing, or quilting, but should also be comfortable creating step-by-step tutorials and taking photographs of projects and/or techniques. Video experience is bonus, but not required! We are looking for talented writers that have the ability to clearly, yet eloquently explain their yarn hobby to a wide audience. Our readers appreciate simple and achievable projects.

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DAISY PETTLES | WRITING CONTEST FOR WOMAN

WOMEN WRITERS OVER 40 – Have you ever wished you could escape your daily distractions and pesky responsibilities—like rent, utilities, and your day job—and JUST WRITE ALL DAY LONG?

Escape all worries about bills for a month while working distraction free on your master work. Here’s your chance to use your goddess-given writing talent to “win” a month of free rent and utilities, and a $1,000 cash grant, while living in a beautiful, peaceful, vintage 1920s arts and crafts bungalow and writer’s retreat house. Arts and crafts bungalow in historic Bedford, Indiana, just south of Bloomington, Indiana.

All forms of writing (fiction OR non-fiction, including journalism and script writing) are supported by the Women’s Writing Awards. The only writing format not currently supported is poetry because the program does not currently have judges and criteria for that category.

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I trust that these jobs and absolutely fantastic opportunities will suit your needs. If not, have a look at my previous article featuring websites that are also hiring freelance writers.

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Blessed Be,

Julia

Opportunities to Stay at Home and Make a Living Writing

Welcome back to the Write Styles where today we have these amazing Opportunities to Stay at Home and Make a Living Writing! If you are interested in Guest Blogging please  feel free to Contact Me 🙂Opportunities to Stay at Home and Make a Living Writing

Opportunities to Stay at Home and Make a Living Writing

THE BOZHO

Now seeking food and drink writer. The Bozho is an online publication dedicated to covering the news and culture of Madison. There’s a lot packed between these two lakes, and we want to cover it in a way that informs and entertains. We are looking for a freelance writer to contribute to our Food + Drink section. The section includes a mix of restaurant reviews, news coverage of the local dining and drinking scene, and food-related features and opinion pieces.

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BABE | IS IT JUST ME

Babe started in May 2016 as an experiment by a group of editors in our early 20s. We now reach more than 3 million readers a month, and over a million girls follow us across Facebook and Instagram. Our office is fun, hard-working and extremely supportive. The average age of our staff is 23. Read what others have said about us in Mashable, Slate and New York Magazine. Babe is looking for a script writer to join the team and help script our iPhone texting drama ‘Is It Just Me?‘

As a fellow you will script five short episodes a week for the unique series, which is currently a part of babe membership. This is a paid fellowship. We are looking for someone who lives for drama and has been in some wild group chats, has experience scripting, is willing to watch hours of our ‘Is It Just Me?’ series to get an idea of the storyline.

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AFFINITY CONNECTION

Affinity Connection is a publishing and marketing company that creates great content for our clients, driving their branding, influence and funding. We work with freelancers who can turn out a high quantity of high-quality work, reliably. Work with our editorial team to write awesome articles, making sure to pay attention to the voice and style of the particular client you’re writing for. Submit draft articles, from 300-1,400 words, depending on the project, along with any photos, pull quotes, text boxes, etc. required (you will NOT have to take photos) Grow your portfolio with paid, published work, read by thousands.

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NEWMARK KNIGHT FRANK

Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) is one of the world’s leading commercial real estate advisory firms. We provide a fully integrated platform of services to prominent multinational corporations and institutional investors across the globe, as well as to occupiers, owners and developers of real estate on a local, regional and national level. Collaborate with the Marketing department of leveraging the appropriate structures, competencies and systems in place to meet department and company goals.

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KAYAK ADVISORS

We are seeking a freelance remote editor to edit content for https://kayakadvisors.com, a leading website in the kayak and watersports industries. The website provides product reviews and important information to readers, and we’re seeking a new team member to proofread and improve the content our experienced writing team provides. Kayak Advisors is growing, and if you’d like to be part of that growth, we’d love to talk to you about working with us.

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Opportunities to Stay at Home and Make a Living Writing

Learn how thousands of people get paid writing online

Work just 20 minutes a day or more, all from home

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Bonus: Daily-updated list of hand-picked writing jobs.

Work whenever and wherever you like.​

Could you use some extra cash, or perhaps a new career without the commute?

Would you like to work from the comfort of home?

Writing is in very high demand, it allows you to work as much or as little as you want, and we’ll connect you with the world’s largest buyers of written content.

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WFYI

WFYI Public Media empowers, educates, entertains and connects our community through impactful journalism, inspiring stories and lifelong learning. The position manages a team of reporters who produce outstanding enterprise journalism that brings to light important public health issues in Indiana and the central Midwest.

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Opportunities to Stay at Home and Make a Living Writing
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PR VOLT

PR Volt has developed a custom approach that hacks the traditional PR system to yield incredible results for our clients. Writing compelling emails that editors can’t help but open and read will be your North Star. Your ability to understand client needs and develop unique ways of presenting their products and services is outstanding. You are very creative, but also organized to the T. Your Excel skills are superb and your experience with CISION and Slack are unrivaled.

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I trust that these jobs will suit your needs! If not, don’t forget to check out These 9 Companies that are Hiring Freelance Writers.

Blessed Be

Julia x

Five Perfect Sites that will Pay You to Write From Anywhere

Five Perfect Sites that will Pay You to Write From Anywhere

Welcome back to the Write Styles where today on this Motivational Monday, we have these Five Perfect Sites that will Pay You to Write From Anywhere! What better way to start the week than with new opportunities 🙂

Five Perfect Sites that will Pay You to Write From Anywhere

Five Perfect Sites that will Pay You to Write From Anywhere

LIFEHACK

Lifehack is your source for positivity and life inspiration. Everything on Lifehack aims to get readers refreshing ideas to end the bad thoughts and bad habits. We help individuals end negativity, get things done fast, and achieve their goals. Everyone only lives once, but if we make it great, once is enough. You have the wisdom, expertise, and experiences to share. We provide you with the platform and voice to spread it. Lifehack is a well-established and well-known authority of productivity tips for millions of readers worldwide. As a Guest Writer, you will play an integral role in changing people’s lives with self-improvement guidance and advice.

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JOSISQUE DESIGNS

We are seeking a motivated and mature candidate to join our team. The position will start out part time during the training phase, with the anticipation to become full time for the right person. During the 30/60/90-day probationary period, there will be evaluations and the expectation that at the successful completion of the probationary period, a raise review will be performed. This position has excellent growth potential. We cherish our company culture and the flexibility that working remotely provides. The right candidate would be someone who appreciates collaboration, has excellent communication skills and is looking to be part of a team.

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The Write StylesOver the past decade, I’ve seen what it truly takes to become a successful freelance writer.

Starting from scratch with no experience, no contacts and no clue where to begin, I clawed my way to the top to become a six-figure freelance writer.

But don’t worry.

You don’t have to spend years figuring this stuff out like I did because today, I’m going to share the real secrets to success that I’ve had to figure out the hard way.

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CREATIVE LOAFING

The good news: Today, Aug. 17, we released the debut issue of Creative Loafing’s new monthly newspaper. And, no, that wasn’t a misprint: CL has officially made the switch from a weekly to a monthly. And while that means you’ll be getting your dose of CL in print less frequently, it also means you’ll be getting a bigger, better and bolder version of the paper you know and love on a regular basis and much more of us on the web (more on that later). A monthly iteration of CL in print also means you can expect a beefed-up presence online. We’ll be rolling out even more content at creativeloafing.com every day and unveiling fresh additions to the mix like our new hip-hop podcast, Atlanta Untrapped, and more. And all that is just the beginning.

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WIRECUTTER

The updates writer will report to the updates editor and help keep our guides as current as possible. As a member of the updates team, you’ll be a generalist who will update several categories of existing Wirecutter coverage—including bedding, computers, furniture, headphones, appliances, health tech, travel gear, AV gear, kitchen gear, cameras, pets, parenting, smartphones, home office—and will help develop a cadence to keep the new categories we expand into current. We need someone with sharp editorial skills and a lot of personal initiative who can work in a team setting. We like people who are excited about gear and gadgets but can also think critically about what makes a product great for the average reader

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I trust that these jobs will suit your needs. If not, do go check out these Six Companies Offering Writing Opportunities. Please feel free to Contact Me if you wish to Guest Blog For Us.

Blessed Be

Julia Xx

Reuniting with the Magical Bestselling Author Michele Barrow-Belisle

Hello everyone, today we are Reuniting with the Magical Bestselling author Michele Barrow-Belisle! Michele, thank you for this wonderful opportunity and welcome back to The Write Styles! 🙂The Write Styles

Reuniting with the Magical Bestselling Author Michele Barrow-Belisle

TWS: Since your previous interview,  I have been following your success stories. One headline really needs to be addressed, your book Fire and Ice is becoming a movie! We at The Write Styles congratulate you on this remarkable achievement, congratulations! Please, can you update our readers on what they can now expect from Fire and Ice? And of course, how you feel about this dream come true?

Michele: Hi Julia, thank you so much for your good wishes, and for the opportunity to share more of my story! It’s been a fascinating journey so far…the movie deal is the cherry on a really yummy sundae. I don’t have many details that I’m permitted to share about the movie at this point. I can say it’s a lengthy process, and things are moving forward, which is exciting. It’s been fun to hear details about the budget they’ve set for the film, and brainstorming directors, screenwriters, and cast, as well as discussing potential filming locations.

I’ve been granted a rare behind the scenes access to the much of the process, for which I’m extremely grateful and excited. It’s like getting a personal tour of Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory, lol. I’m loving every minute. I can share that the film production company has optioned the first book, and has intentions of producing films for every book in the series. And speaking to that, as you may know, the Faerie Song series was originally intended to be a trilogy. But it very quickly became apparent to me that three books weren’t going to be enough to tell the story I wanted to tell. Or the story the characters wanted told. (they can be rather demanding, lol) So now it’s called the Faerie Song Saga, and it will include a minimum of six books in the series. And potentially, four films.

TWS: What inspired fire and ice?

Michele: I guess it’s deeply rooted in my love of all things fantasy. That combined with an interest in magic and faerie lore. When I first started writing Fire and Ice, it was with the intention of writing for a younger age group. I wrote the first draft and then set it aside, not sure what was missing, but certain it lacked something fundamental.

Subsequently, I finished the first draft around the time the Twilight books had come out. It pretty opened the door wide open for the “YA (young adult) and teen/adult genre crossover. Suddenly I knew what needed to change. I went back and revise the entire story, aging up the characters to fit the YA genre and adding in a stronger romance element.

From there it took on a life of its own. It makes me laugh when I look back. At the time I only planned to write this one book and nothing else. Now, I can’t seem to stop writing, lol. I’m addicted!

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Fire and Ice
TWS: How long did it take you to write your books and where did you find the time to write?

Michele: Fire and Ice took the longest. Technically it was a six-year process when you combine the time I started it, the years I set it aside and the time I rewrote the final draft. The rest of my books, fortunately, haven’t taken anywhere near as long. I can write a first draft in about 4 or 5 months.

Drafting goes fairly quickly. It’s the editing and rewrites that take the most time. And since most of my books are on the longer side, I typically release a book a year. My readers and fans especially wish I could write faster, and so do I, but I struggle with maintaining quality while writing quickly. I’m getting a little quicker though.

For me, finding the time to write is like finding the time to eat. When its something you have to do (because it feeds your soul) you automatically make the time. There are some days when I don’t write at all, and others, I’ll write for ten hours at a time or more. It varies, and I try not to get too caught up in structuring time for my writing If it doesn’t happen one day for some reason or another—because of you know…life—I know that if I just wait it out I’ll get back into it again.

I think a big part of that is giving yourself permission to devote the time and letting whatever amount of time you can commit to, be okay. If I write for five minutes, that counts. If I write for an hour that counts. And if I write for twelve hours, that counts too.

Every word on the page adds to your total word count, so they matter. Of course, I’m partial to the days when I can write uninterrupted for hours on end, but that’s certainly not an everyday occurrence.

Reuniting with the Magical Bestselling Author Michele Barrow-Belisle

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Michele Barrow-Belisle
TWS: Michele, it is very easy to lose one’s passion once success is achieved. What has kept your passion of writing alive? 

Michele: That’s an interesting question. I think for most creative people, they don’t lose their passion, they just channel it in a different direction. My writing is kept alive, because it really has a life of its own. I adore stories and have been making them up in my head for as long as I can remember.

When I’m standing in line at the grocery store, or people-watching at the mall, I’m drafting mini scenes in my head. Making up explanations for why that guy said what he did to the girl next to him, what might have come before and what could possibly come after.

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So, part of the passion that fuels me, is that there’s literally no end to the possibilities. It became a little more challenging after I was first published. Before that, my writing was just for me. I always intended to share it with the world, but there’s nothing at stake really when you’re writing just for you.

It took some course-correcting to get used to the idea that I was writing for the world. And what I had to and still have to hold on to, is knowing that even though my work is being seen and judged, I’m still just writing for myself. I write what I love to read, what entertains me, and I write the stories the characters want told.

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The Faerie Song Saga
TWS: Did you ever have those days of writer’s block? What did you do to overcome those days?

Michele: I’m not sure that I have actually. Somedays I don’t know what to write, and it’s during those times that I’ll jump to another story or start something new entirely. But I’ve never experienced a block. There are just so many ways to overcome not know what to write.

Another great cure for writer’s block is reading. Without fail, diving into a fabulous novel inevitably leaves me itching to start writing again. Or playing the just imagine. Imagine if your character had only three days to live. What would they do? How would they react. It doesn’t matter if that’s part of the plot or not, it just helps to get the creative juices flowing again. And sometimes taking a break entirely for a few days is what’s needed.

I do that from time to time, and I never label it as being “blocked.” It’s just a change. I’ll binge watch some Netflix or go to the theater to see a movie…two things I love but don’t have much time for. Again, it’s more about giving yourself permission, and not getting caught in the cycle of frustration of not being able to come up with anything to write.

Letting go and relaxing is often the best cure. Just not for too long. Take a break, then dive back in. It’s not always easy, and yes, writing can be hard. Publishing…even harder sometimes. But it’s so rewarding to push through the tough parts and come out victoriously on the other side. Passion and tenacity definitely help.

Reuniting With the Magical Bestselling Author Michele Barrow-Belisle
Melt
TWS: Can we expect another book?

Michele: Definitely! I’m addicted, remember, lol. I actually have a new release that came out at the end of February. Melt is the fourth book in the Faerie Song Saga. The reading order is Fire And Ice, Bittersweet, Freeze, Melt, Burn, and Darkest Light. The last two are on the coming soon list. And, you’re the first one to hear this, but there will be a Faerie Song nomenclature/compendium, with illustrations, and additional stories and lore from the Nevermore. No idea when it will be finished, but it’s in the works.

Additionally, I’m working on an entirely new series with witches, called Written In Red. Also a standalone novel, a reverse fairytale retelling of Cinderella set in a post-apocalyptic world, called Cinder And Ash. And lastly, I’m working on the second book in my children’s picture book series, Pirate Wishes 1-2-3. The first one, Fairy Wishes 1-2-3 (if I Could Be you and You Could Be Me) was released last year.

That pretty much sums up what’s on my plate at the moment, but you never know when that might change, lol. Honestly, I’m just following my muse and seeing what unfolds.

Thank you so much, Julia, for inviting me to share my writing journey, it’s been a pleasure!

Michele Barrow-Belisle

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Thank you for your time Michele!

If you missed last weeks article, don’t forget to go check out 16 Amazing New Work From Home Writing Jobs!

Blessed Be,

Julia xx

Six companies offering remote writing jobs

Six companies offering remote writing jobs

Before we start with the big six companies offering remote writing jobs, I must bring this added competition to you. TCK Publishing is currently running its READER’S CHOICE AWARDS 2017 competition.

TCK Publishing is recognizing indie, self-published, and traditionally published authors and they’re inviting all of you to join this year’s Readers Choice Book Awards contest.

Get connected with your fans and ask them for their support by voting for you to boost your chances of winning! Self-published and indie authors may submit one book in any of the given categories for FREE. Read More.

Six companies offering remote writing jobs

Six companies offering remote writing jobs

1. Kurani

Freelance Writer

Kurani is a socially conscious architecture firm that designs spaces to improve human life. Our current work asks: Can we help more people access quality education by making more places conducive to learning? We partner with schools, institutions, and leading companies to design learning spaces that increase opportunities for children and adults around the globe.

We are looking for freelance (remote) Architects, Interior Designers, Researchers, Media Relations Associate, and Journalists. All positions are for freelance and available immediately.

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2. The Marketing Blender

Copywriter/Creative Director

If you seek to do brilliant, fun, meaningful work with an amazing team, inside a company that is changing the traditional agency model with unparalleled work-life balance, we need to talk. We are looking for a proven, conceptual copywriter with Creative Director abilities. You will concept, write, review, and hone the words that transform the growth of B2B companies.

We want someone who is passionate about their craft, endlessly curious, and dedicated to developing their mastery.

THE KEY ELEMENTS OF YOUR DAY-TO-DAY WORK INCLUDE
Provide strategic and creative direction for all creative work.
Collaborate with team to concept and execute creative deliverables.
Oversee implementation of Blender philosophy in creative work.
Concept and craft the messaging strategy for clients.
Act as brand steward for our clients.
Write headlines, taglines, creative rationale, emails, articles, web copy, collateral copy and a wide range of copy needs for clients and Blender.
Participate in client discovery, strategy, and planning sessions to map out recommendations and identify assets needed to spur growth.

Finally, our creative team works remotely. So get ready to kiss the commute and the physical office goodbye. We offer an unmatched level of work-life balance, respect, and opportunity, but we are a young company in our fourth year of growth, so you must come ready to wear many hats, be flexible, dedicated on a level that you know how to be completely accountable, and willing to deliver your best without excuses.

ARE YOU READY?

If so, please submit your resume and include a cover letter letting us know why we are going to love you and why you want this job, along with a few samples of your best work.

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3. One Call

Proposal Writer

The proposal writer produces professionally written proposal content that clearly articulates One Call’s value proposition and works collaboratively as part of enterprise proposal team and with a range of corporate employees, consultants, and partner companies. The successful candidate must be willing to learn and implement best practices with respect to proposal content development processes for a variety of markets including commercial customers, the federal government, municipalities, and schools. The proposal writer reports to the director of enterprise proposal services.

GENERAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Lead storyboard sessions with bid/proposal team members and key stakeholders.
Proactively develop and manage a network of subject matter experts.
Assist the director in developing a proposal structure.
Identify and re-work existing pre-written content where relevant.
Deliver completed written proposal responses to the director against agreed RFP deadlines, escalating issues as required.
Re-write / edit proposal responses from a variety of stakeholders, typically involving contributions from sales, marketing, product teams, finance, compliance and legal.
Ability to coach sales teams and subject matter experts in writing best practice.
Present all new proposal content to the knowledge base manager for potential re-use.
Communicate and influence at a senior level.

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4. Partnerships In Leadership

Remote Writer Wanted

We are seeking an experienced Content Writer with demonstrated expertise in three or more of the following types of writing: instructional content for live and web-based training; video scripts; magazine articles; book-writing; marketing copy; and, technical writing. The ideal candidate should excel at making content engaging, be comfortable handling multiple complex assignments in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment, be a creative and analytical problem solver, and have a passion for excellence. We want someone who is willing to roll up his/her sleeves and do what it takes to get the job done while maintaining the highest standards.

JOB REQUIREMENTS/PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
Collaborate with multiple individuals and departments (internal authors, subject matter experts, instructional designers, and multi-media developers) to produce and maintain high-quality content which meets the needs of our clients.
Contribute strategies and approaches to enhance engagement with and retention of content.
Systematically analyze and evaluate content in a number of media to ensure materials work together seamlessly to create consistent, engaging, and effective experiences.
Develop a solid understanding of the company’s proprietary materials (workshops, books, web-based systems, and other products and materials) and creatively present the ideas for new situations, channels, audiences, and applications.
Perform all tasks in a manner consistent with internal policies, procedures, and other guidance.
Conduct editorial reviews of print, digital, and web-based content.
Utilize project management skills to define and meet project milestones, communicate issues and risks in a timely manner, and manage customer expectations.

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5. Resolute Technologies

Freelance Writer

Resolute Technologies is seeking dynamic Freelance Content Writer to create website content, blog content, marketing copy, articles, newsletters and press releases to increase branding. Become one of our writers at large or a ghostwriter to research and write job, hiring, staffing related articles.

Job Purpose:

Prepares written content by researching, organizing, and composing information; developing creative ideas; verifying facts; following style, grammar, and legal guidelines.
Develop content for blogs and website. – JUST WRITE – no programming.
Create 1 to 2-page articles; white papers; other assignments available.
Submit subject for an article and due date, receive approval, research – write, submit article = get paid.

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6.  Zufall Health

Grant Writer

Description

Reporting to the CEO, Zufall Health’s contractual Grant Writer supports a dynamic grant writing and development team, working collaboratively with Zufall’s CEO, staff grant writer, and key staff to produce grant proposals, specific proposal sections as assigned, grant report narratives, and letters of inquiry. This position is primarily work-from-home. Proposals are made to private and corporate foundations and county, state, and federal government agencies. Superior writing, time management, and organizational skills are required to create quality work products that meet all deadlines for the completion of successful grant applications.

Bachelor’s degree required.
Prior experience in complex grant writing strongly preferred.
Ability to produce writing that concisely conveys a variety of data.
Superior writing, time management, organizational, and analytical skills.
Excellent computer skills, including internet-based research.
Ability to collaborate within a high-volume organization, and handle sensitive and confidential information.
Knowledge of healthcare system and local community-based agencies preferred.
Must be able to report to Dover, NJ as needed for in-person meetings.

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Okay, so I promised six companies offering remote writing jobs but here is another.  Writing Jobs Online parade themselves as your “#1 Resource for High-Paying Writing Jobs”. Take a look:

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  • When you join Writing-jobs.net you will:
    Earn up to $30-$120 per hour
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That concludes this week’s writing jobs. I trust that this will assist you to have a most profitable week. Please do feel free to contact me if you wish to Guest Blog For Us!

Blessed Be.

Sancheo

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Write and be paid with these calls to submissions!

Hi all! As you may have noticed that I haven’t been able to post in a while. Am I bad? But there has been much excitement of late, which I trust will allow me to bring you great new exciting writing jobs on a more regular basis! More about that later. Take a look at these calls to submissions. I’ve added the site links as well as the submission links for your convenience.

Write and be paid with these calls to submissions!

Poems, proses, essays, part times and full-time freelance jobs are all here and they’re all current. So if you’re wanting to further your writing career, do get started.Call to submissions

Write and be paid with these calls to submissions!

The Adventure Junkies

We hire writers on an ongoing basis to help us grow the hiking, scuba diving, mountain biking, kayaking, rock climbing and snow sports sections. These are freelance writing gigs and you should be a full-time professional freelancer with time to dedicate to pieces.

The ideal writer is someone who has the ability to use their personal experience & research to clearly explain how to choose gear and get started (actionable tips & advice) in his or her given sport to a complete beginner.

Writers are assigned topics according to our content strategy and must be able to closely follow our guidelines. Writers work as independent contractors on a freelance basis and paid a fixed rate.

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Geometry

Geometry welcomes submissions of original, unpublished, literary work.

We are now open to submissions for Issue Two via our online submission manager.

Stories and creative non-fiction should not exceed 8,000 words in length. Poems should be no longer than 50 lines. We do not accept novel extracts, children’s fiction and genre fiction, e.g. romance, fantasy and crime stories.

We pay our writers anywhere between $10-$50 for poetry and 1-3 cents per word for fiction and nonfiction. Contributors will also receive one free copy of the printed journal.

Submissions close on August 1, 2017.

We look forward to reading your work!

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Looseleaf

Food is the subject and product of colonizing histories, and class struggle. We want your perspectives, reflections, and thoughts on all things food!

We are currently accepting poetry, fiction, non-fiction, visual art, comic and photography submissions by pan-Asian.Canadian writers, creators, and artists, for Volume 4 of LooseLeaf Magazine! (We use a period instead of a hyphen to include non-status folk)
Our Publication Rates (We pay, you get paid, caps apply per contributor)
15CAD per poem (capped at 45CAD)
30CAD per poem surpassing 2 pages (capped at 60CAD)
40CAD per short story
40CAD per non-fiction piece
40-70CAD per visual art piece (capped at 80)
20-40CAD per comic

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Masters Review

Submissions for our New Voices category are open year round. New Voices is open to any new and emerging author who has not published a work of fiction or narrative nonfiction of novel length. You must not have a novel forthcoming at the time of submission. Published short-story collections do not count as a novel-length work and those authors are free to submit. New Voices are published online only and will feature a number of stories from new authors each month.

We are pleased to announce we now offer payment to New Voices authors. $0.10/word up to $200.

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Matter Press

The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts is looking for, as you might guess, “compressed creative arts.” We accept fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, mixed media, visual arts, and even kitchen sinks if they are compressed in some way. Work is published weekly, without labels, and the labels here only exist to help us determine its best readers.

Our response time is generally 1-3 days. Also, our acceptance rate is currently about 3% of submissions. We pay writers $50 per accepted piece and a signed contract.

Submissions will close again on September 16, 2017. and open again January 15 – April 15, 2018.

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On Second Thought

The Sense of Place issue of On Second Thought magazine is an annual collection of essays, poems, and stories showcasing some of the best writing from or about North Dakota. You do not have to be a current resident or a North Dakota native to submit. You simply have to demonstrate a connection to North Dakota personally or in your writing. Submissions do not have to be about North Dakota.

Poetry

Poetry submissions must not exceed 60 lines. All pieces must be original.

Fiction

Fiction submissions must be 1,000–3,000 words. All pieces must be original.

Nonfiction

Creative nonfiction, essay, and memoir submissions must be 1,000–4,000 words. All pieces must be original.

Submission deadline is September 1, 2017. The NDHC will pay $250 for selected pieces.

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Rattle

While we’re always open to regular submissions of all forms of poetry and artwork, every issue of Rattle includes a special tribute dedicated to some social, vocational, or stylistic group.

Poetry: This issue will feature Immigrant Poets. Please explain how this applies to you and affects your poetry, if at all, in your contributor note. We no longer publish prose essays, but instead use these contributor notes as micro-essays at the back of each issue. The poems themselves don’t have to be about immigration—we want to celebrate and explore the range of work that immigrant poets are producing. If using Submittable, please be sure to select the Immigrant Poets category.

Artwork: We still need cover art for this issue. To submit, use the artwork category on Submittable. Rarely we publish internal black and white art that relates to the theme—though usually, we’d rather use the space for as much poetry as possible.

Deadline: October 15, 2017

Payment for print publication (from us to you in exchange for your work) is $100 and a complimentary one-year subscription to the magazine, including the issue in which your work appears. Contributors also may pre-order additional copies of their issue at our cost to produce. Payment for online-only work is $50.

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Rhonda Parrish

Tyche Books and Rhonda Parrish are proud to announce a brand new elemental anthology series, and to kick things off they are opening to submissions for the first anthology in the series—Fire: Demons, Dragons and Djinns.

Associated with passion, power, transformation and purification, fire is a ferocious element with an unquenchable appetite. We explore the many facets of this beautifully furious element and the creatures associated with it so Fire: Demons, Dragons and Djinns will be filled with stories about every kind of fiery creature you can imagine, not only those listed in the subtitle. We’re looking for phoenixes, ifrits, salamanders, lava monsters and fiery beasts no one has ever heard of before. And of course, this anthology will not be complete without at least one demon, dragon, and djinn!

Rights and compensation: Payment: Flat fee of $50.00 CAD and a paperback copy of the anthology. In exchange, we are seeking first world rights in English and exclusive right to publish in print and electronic format for six months after publication date, after which publisher retains nonexclusive right to continue to publish for the life of the anthology.

Open Submission period: June 1, 2017 – August 15, 2017

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