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Welcome back to the Write Styles where today we have opportunities for you to Write From Anywhere for These Worldwide Sites that Pay!

Write From Anywhere for These Worldwide Sites that Pay

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Fitt is a fast and easy way to find a fitness studio, healthy place to eat, or upcoming event near you. With contributors on the ground in more than 25 cities, Fitt is your local guide to health and fitness. We’re looking for a creative and organized content writer and editor to join our growing team. Under the direction of our Editor-in-Chief, you’ll work to help scale, manage, and support Fitt’s fast-growing content platform and contributor network.

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Signals Research Group is a marketing research firm specializing in the online gaming industry. We are seeking individuals with gaming experience to test and review online casino games for our clients in Vancouver.

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ADDitude magazine, a leading digital and print publisher of service journalism in mental health topics, seeks an experienced freelance health and parenting journalist for ongoing assignments. Print or digital magazine experience is a prerequisite. We are seeking an experienced wordsmith who can successfully master the content and voice of ADDitude magazine. Editing will entail transforming writing submitted by professional contributors as well as the personal stories of our readers into clear and compelling content. Writing assignments will vary from short research write-ups to longer form feature articles or ebooks.

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The goal of Bitcoin.com is to continue the original vision of Bitcoin and help spread peer-to-peer electronic cash to the world by making it accessible through our products and services. We are looking for a seasoned sales copywriter that will also have proven experience with selling products. This role will play a critical role in the success of our Marketing and Sales teams. You will be responsible for providing subject matter expertise and input into sales support and demand generation actions.

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The writer will work under Bustle’s commerce editors to produce articles about products that readers will love, whether it’s a list of the best Korean beauty products or a round up the best hair dryers for fine hair. Ideal candidates should have a strong background and knowledge of beauty and be able to speak with authority on everything from skin care to hair tools. This role is ideal for anyone who loves editing, writing, and is obsessed with researching and telling the stories of great products.

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I trust that these jobs will suite your needs! If not, do check out our previous jobs article which was a Fabulous Friday double jobs article. Feel free to Contact Me if you wish to Guest Blog For Us.

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Internationally Published Poet Shares his Writing Experience

Welcome back to the Write Styles where on this motivational Monday, an Internationally Published Poet Shares his Writing Experience with us! Welcome to the Write Styles, Warren.

Dear poets, don’t forget to check out our previous article with the amazing poet Lorraine Candy who shares Poetry in Motion with the Write Styles 🙂

Internationally Published Poet Shares his Writing Experience

TWS: Warren, at the age of 15, you had already written over 300 poems. Do you recall how old you were when you wrote your first poem?

Warren: I must apologize for the confusion; I actually began writing at the age of 15 and have completed over 300 poems to date. I do not have as much time lately, but I make it a point to write at least one new piece every week, so I never have to encounter the dreaded ‘writers block’

TWS: Poetry is art. Leonardo Da Vinci stated that art is never finished, but abandoned. How would you relate to his statement?

Warren: As human beings, we are driven by our emotions, and that is what art is essentially. It is the expression of emotion whether it be love, passion, regret, hope in either of the forms; painting, writing, sculpting. Since emotion is at the core of who we are, theoretically speaking the artist could continue to produce artworks for a lifetime, but it is ultimately the choice of the individual to continue or not. This is probably the issue that Da Vinci was referring to.

TWS: In one of your articles, you shared your opinion on how kids are killing English through social media. How do you feel about the latest slangs and trendy words?

 Warren: A greater divide is being created between young and old due to the continued use of slang and ‘trendy’ words. Even a professional platform such as LinkedIn has not been spared from the onslaught of slang, abbreviations, and ‘hip’ words and phrases that have been picked up from music videos, movies, and other social networking sites. In my opinion, the situation is getting worse, which really makes me wonder how the youth will be able to excel in life if they are unable to communicate with those who are supposed to mentor, teach, and hire them.

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TWS: Recently, it is accepted to converse with someone who verbalizes the acronym, “LOL!” I even witness misuse of acronyms in writing-job applications. In my opinion, this is a reflection of how trending words are impacting our societies in general. However, it also indicates how society is evolving with writing. Could you share how writing has shaped you, personally?

Warren: Writing has shown me a world that I never imagined could exist and opened doors that I never knew were closed in the first place. It has taught me how to focus on one thing at a time and more importantly, how to finish what I have started. Unfortunately, though, writing has not given me a love for reading; I have read a grand total of two and a half (still trying to get through Enders Game) novels in the past seven odd years.

TWS: Warren, you write short stories, articles and essays. You also have your poetry published internationally. Which of your published work is your favorite writing experience?

Warren: I have two; my first time being published back in 2016 in an international publication called the IFLAC Anti-Terror and Peace anthology, which led to an interview on Lotus FM and an article on my achievement being printed in a local newspaper. The second would be collaborating with Leroy Chatfield, an American author, on a piece for his publication which was released earlier this year (Syndic no. 9 literary journal) It was the first time that someone who I have never worked with before had shown such a keen interest in my work.

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TWS: Your work is known to mirror your honest opinion. How do you deal with the critics?

Warren: Most of my readers actually agree with and can relate to my views on a particular subject because I write from my own experiences which include a good upbringing. In regard to those that have a negative view of my writing or have different opinions, I hold no resentment since everyone is entitled to their own opinion, as am I.

TWS: I recently read that you enjoy writing and researching topics in science and history. Have you been drawn to researching these subjects since age 15?

Warren: Yes, and no. History and science as subjects in school were extremely fascinating, but it was only after I had completed my high school career, did I then begin to research on my own, which has greatly influenced my writing and outlook on life in general.

TWS: Considering your interest in history, who is your most influential poet of all times?

Warren: Poetry can be conveyed in many forms; Shakespeare and Wordsworth used the written style, Maya Angelou conveys her beautiful messages verbally, while Hip-Hop artists use a musical/lyrical style. Therefore, for me the most influential poet has to be Marshal Mathers AKA Eminem, who has and continues to inspire me to better myself in every project I complete, through his music.

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TWS: Lastly, what advice and insight would you like to share with other aspiring poets?

Warren: You make the rules. As long as you have breath in your body it is your duty to fight for your place among legends. Excuses will get you nowhere fast; find a way even if everyone tells you that there is none, work hard by writing every single day even if you are only writing for yourself, and never ever give up. Fail today to succeed tomorrow.

TWS: Thank you for your time and this wonderful opportunity.

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Julia x

Megan Olivier Shares Her Success Story with the Write Styles

Welcome back to the Write Styles where today writer and filmmaker Megan Olivier Shares Her Success Story with the Write Styles!

Megan Olivier Shares Her Success Story with the Write Styles

Megan Olivier Shares Her Success Story with the Write Styles

TWS: Hello Megan and welcome to the Write Styles. I and our readers thank you for this wonderful opportunity.

Megan: Thank you so much for having me! I’m so excited to chat with you.

TWS: Megan, you left college at age 19 and I left school at age 13. So I can relate quite a bit to the feeling of sitting at a kitchen table wondering, “What now?” Megan, what advice do you have for those who genuinely don’t fit in high school nor college?

Megan: It’s so funny; when you first leave college or uni, you feel like you’re completely alone. Like you’re the only person in the history of life to find themselves in that situation. Later on you learn there are actually so many people who’ve gone through the exact same thing.

Education doesn’t work for everyone. In fact, I’m sure there a lot of people sitting in university lectures right now who really shouldn’t be there. I don’t think schools explore options like apprenticeships, jobs, starting your own business/self-employment opportunities, or distance learning for those who dislike the classroom environment (in the UK, you can study a degree with the Open University with no prior qualifications – I didn’t find out about that until years after I left education).

It’s as if college and university are the only options. If you know in your heart that education is wrong for you and you don’t need a degree to reach your goals, then accept that about yourself. Why keep pushing yourself to do something that is against your nature when that energy could be pushed into your strengths? I’d do your own research and see what options you have available. And always know that it is possible to get a degree at absolutely any age.

My husband Lewis has just started studying a Nutrition degree – an area he’s so interested in – and at twenty-two he’s nowhere near the oldest on the course. There’s a guy who’s sixty!

You don’t have to have it all figured out before you’re twenty. Take your time and allow yourself to try things. Fail. That’s what being young is all about!

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TWS: What or who inspired you to begin writing?

Megan: Oh gosh, that’s a difficult one. As a child I’d always walk around doing weird, flamboyant hand gestures, telling myself stories. When I was lonely on the playground, I’d sit to the side and make up stories about my classmates. I always loved books and my mum read to me from a really young age.

I messed around with stories, songs, poems, and plays throughout my childhood. But I wrote my first serious novel after I left college. My step dad owned a copy of Stephen King’s ‘On Writing’ and it was one of the most inspiring non-fiction books I’ve ever read. Plus, I was working at Lush at the time and one of my co-workers had just published a Young Adult novel; I had living proof that publishing was possible!

TWS: With both your YouTube channel and your career in filming, where do you find the time to write? Or should I rather ask how?

Megan: I think you’ve got to be really strict with yourself. You’ve got to decide that writing is a priority for you and respect your own decision. I hate being told what to do, even I’m the one telling myself to do something, but I hate the guilt of having not written and the feeling of being distanced from my story even more.

I don’t write heaps every day. I give myself a minimum of just 1,000 words 5 days a week because I find that to be sustainable for me, even during times when my life is busy with videography work.

If I forced myself to do 3,000 a day, I’d probably never write again! It’s a balance of trying to keep writing fun but also having enough self-discipline to keep it a part of my routine.


TWS: Which author got you interested in reading? What are your favorite books?

Megan: The first books I can remember reading on my own (I was probably about six or seven at the time) were The Glitter Girls by Caroline Plaisted. Then I found and fell in love with Jacqueline Wilson.

I guess I’ve always loved contemporary fiction and authors who aren’t kind to their characters. My favourite book of all time is Noughts & Crosses by Malorie Blackman.

It’s a dystopian love story set in a world not too dissimilar to apartheid South Africa. I couldn’t stop thinking about for at least a month after I finished reading. If a book makes me cry, it usually ends up pretty high on my all time favorites list. So I guess my goal is to make people cry with my words too!

TWS: You explain in your YouTube channel that you write at least 1000 words a day. Do you ever experience writer’s block? If so, what do you do to overcome these days?

Megan: I actually have a video about this coming out in a couple of weeks! I definitely have days that are harder than others. Usually it’s on a Monday after I’ve spent the weekend away from my story.

I’ll make myself do the bare minimum and then close my computer and try again the next day. If I’m struggling, it might be a warning sign that the section I’m writing is a bit boring or filler, so I’ll try to get back to the action and to move the story forwards in some way. I also remind myself that first drafts are not supposed to be perfect.

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TWS: What keeps your passion of writing alive? Can we expect another book?

Megan: I think it’s the fact that there is always another idea. I’ll be midway through my current project and my next idea will start screaming for attention. So I always know what I’m going to be working on once my current project has been tucked away.

I write about people and so, as long as I’m having new life experiences and meeting new humans, there’s always going to be something for me to say (hopefully).

TWS: What inspired you to create your YouTube channel and how do you keep that inspiration alive?

Megan: I must’ve been on YouTube for almost ten years now, in some form or another! I’ve always loved the sense of the community and the fact that you make friends all over the world, particularly if you’re introverted and sometimes find it uncomfortable to talk to real-life friends.

I find talking in front of a camera much easier than talking to someone I’ve just met! It’s a great way to express myself and get my voice and ideas out there. In terms of inspiration, I ask myself ‘what do I want to make this month?’ and try my best to avoid looking at the view count.

Hauls might be popular, but I know I’d end up wanting to shoot myself if I had to make one every week.

Megan Olivier Shares Her Success Story with the Write StylesTWS: You mentioned in your channel that you have started going to the gym. Healthy life – healthy mind! How has gymming affected your writing career?

Megan: In order to write, you have to have some level of confidence in yourself. Taking care of how you look, what you eat, how much you exercise, all of that helps to improve your self-worth. Plus, I feel like there are lots of similarities between writing and exercise.

As far as I know, nobody recommends weight lifting for much longer than an hour a day. Any time you spend in the gym after that first hour isn’t going to benefit you. For me, writing is the same. A little bit every day is much more sustainable than pushing myself and burning out.

Similarly, if you were new to exercise, the advice would usually be don’t push yourself too hard – you don’t want to injure yourself. Start light. Start with twenty or thirty minutes a day. I think you can apply the same to writing. Don’t push yourself too hard in the beginning – you don’t want to scare yourself away before you’ve even given yourself a chance.

Start with a just a few words or stick a timer on for twenty or thirty minutes a day. Those words can really add up over time, just like the effort you put in at the gym. One day you’ll look up and you’ve got biceps! And one day you’ll look up and you’ve got a first draft of a full-length novel!

TWS: What is your favorite perk about being self employed?

Megan: Freedom! I’m crap at being told what to do. I usually plan out my day the night before and I like how each day is completely different. I can go to the gym during the quiet, off-peak time. I can slot in writing wherever I like.

Megan Olivier Shares Her Success Story with the Write StylesTWS: One of my favorite authors said that a tidy desk is a reflection of a tidy mind. What made you become a minimalist and how do you relate to this quote?

Megan: I love that! I’m forever trying to explain that concept to my husband Lewis but he doesn’t quite get it. I don’t think he even sees mess or clutter (sometimes I wish I didn’t either!)

I think I’ve been a minimalist since I first discovered selling my old clothing and games on eBay at about thirteen. I’m still addicted to getting rid of stuff! It’s exactly like you say, a tidy and organized home makes me feel tidy and organised on the inside.

like the idea of keeping items in flow too. I don’t like holding onto things that I don’t need. Maybe that’s also somewhat to do with my love of freedom. Having lots of rubbish can make you feel heavy.

I find it very hard to work if I’m in a cluttered space. I think in order to write to the best of your ability, you need to be happy. Organisation and cleanliness make me happy!

TWS: I have watched your Vlog about touring South Africa. Fun fact – I do live in South Africa! What did you enjoy most about your visit all the way here from England? Would you ever consider returning?

Megan: Ah, that’s amazing! South Africa is such a special place to me. Every time I see the flag I get a little flutter of excitement! Both of my parents and my step dad were born and lived near Durban until their early twenties. I also lived in KwaZulu-Natal for eighteen months when I was around 5-6 years old.

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I have a really strong SA accent on loads of my old family videos! I think that’s why everyone called me ‘posh’ at high school, because I still say long ‘a’s rather than short, which is a bit weird in the North West of England!

Maybe I’m looking through rose tinted glasses, but I remember my time over there as this beautiful period spent frolicking in the sun, climbing trees, drinking Creme Soda and lime milkshakes, and having this wonderful little group of smiling friends. Living in England has never felt the same and, although I’m not sure I’d ever move back to SA, I don’t plan to stay here forever! I want my children to be able to play outside and swim in their pool too.

I’m thinking of going back over next September. I’d love to make it a yearly thing as my granny and grandpa still live in Pinetown.

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TWS: Thanking you so much for this amazing opportunity! Is there anything that I may not have covered, that you would care to share with aspiring writers?

Megan: Thank you for having me! Your questions were so personal and thoughtful. I’ve loved answering them! My final word for aspiring writers would be please don’t let writing become a chore. Always remind yourself that, even if you have a schedule or routine, writing is a choice. If you don’t enjoy it, just don’t do it.

Take a break for two weeks. Only come back if you feel compelled to. If you’re planning to make a career out of something, you could be doing it for the next fifty years or longer. If you don’t love it, why are you putting yourself through it? Keep it fun. If you wrote as a child, remember that joy and excitement you felt when you started something new.

Megan Olivier Shares Her Success Story with the Write StylesIf you’re interested in reading some of my writing, I’m going to have a short story available for free in October! If you’d like to receive it, just scroll down and sign up to my mailing list at www.meganolivier.com


Julia x

Place your online recruitment advertising to achieve desired success

2018 Best Practices  – Successful Online Recruitment

To make your online recruitment advertising campaign a success, you should follow some golden rules, and this essential guide can help you a lot in due course.

The UK is witnessing exponential economic growth in all sectors. It has uplifted the job market thanks to the increased demands of the workforce. Different businesses, manufacturers, and industries are looking for expected talents right from fresher to highly experienced professionals.

It has brightened the prospects of job seekers but fired the competitions among the recruiters too. Employers or recruiters are eyeing on high Return on Investment (ROI), quick process, and satisfactory results when going to publish an online advertisement for their needs.

Before saying anything regarding successful online recruitment advertisement, I would like to give some points that how online recruitment ads are useful.

The Advantages of Online Recruitment

  • Cost-effective
  • Vast audience available
  • Fast
  • Ease of use
  • Measurability

Selection of Appropriate Job Board

In the UK, dozens of international and national job portals are operating. Similarly, nearly a hundred local job boards are providing localized services. Thus, in such a crowded market right selection makes a great sense for advertisers.

However, some hints may help in due course.

  1. Check the target audience of job board and see whether those are matching with your needs or not.
  2. Niche job portals are the best way to meet your niche specific requirements compared to generalist job board.
  3. Check similarity in vacancies on the job site.
  4. See the numbers of users of the job website.
  5. Analyze the demographics of the audience.
  6. Explore the level of support and services the job board offer to recruiters.
  7. Finally, compare the cost of ads with other similar job boards.

Writing Effective Online Advertisements

If you or your content writer going to write an online job advertisement copy, there should be clear aims or concepts in your mind. I think the following targets may help you in this regard.

  • Encourage readability and comprehensibility of ads
  • To lure better job seekers
  • Halt entry of bad candidates
  • Cut number of useless applications
  • Reduce recruitment processing time
  • Enhance recruitment efficiencies
  • Boost the reputation of a company or brand

After fixing your targets for ads copywriting, you should consider the following tips to create an effective and functional ads copy.

  1. Put your legs in the shoes of your ideal candidates and create a copy that compels them to apply for your job posts.
  2. Remember online ads get visibility in SERPs only when it has right keywords so use relevant keywords to the job role and include those in the title as well as a description of ads.
  3. Avoid internal jargons in ads copy and create universally accepted job titles.
  4. Create lead/opening para punchy, informative yet short.
  5. Location keywords are important now. Therefore, pay focus on giving the complete location of your job places/offices.
  6. Salary is a detrimental factor so always try to mention it anyhow and at least give a range as well as depict it’s not a restriction.
  7. Be clear and concise in copywriting by avoiding filler texts, technical jargons, and padding.
  8. Bulleted lists and highlighted important facts can help you in the copy of the ad.
  9. Be legal by avoiding biased and discriminatory language to save from gender, race, and lingual issues.
  10. Write only one and clear CTA in your ads.
  11. Emphasize ideal candidate needs but allow others to apply with flexibility.

How to Make Your Recruitment Ads Campaign a Success?

Your job ads have to face stiff competitions today because hundreds or thousands of job ads are competing to your job ads aggregately on various job boards. Among those all, your ads have to stand out and grab immediate attention of job applicants reaching you in various ways.

Moreover, different job boards are offer different features for advertisements ranging from standards to advanced features that could be used for niche job ads and with specific tools only.

Here are some hints to leverage those features the most.

  • Enhanced job advertisements to augment your brand by including a brand logo or images/videos relevant to the company and job roles.
  • Look for jobs by email features on the job portal and sponsor it to send email alerts to the targeted candidates who have subscribed to it.
  • Use banners and buttons like UI elements to display and make CTA effective in your job ads.
  • Explore multiple vacancies offers if you have multiple opening in your job ads.
  • Use analytics tools offered by job portal for your ads and apply the right metrics to carry useful analysis.
  • Allocate your job ads budget appropriately among the top performing sources.
  • Measure the job ads campaign success using the right metrics and take steps to get maximum ROI.

Now you know that online job advertisements have multiple advantages. If we write an effective job copy, we can grab the attention of most of the ideal candidates within the shortest period and limited budget. Moreover, we can enhance our job ads campaign using the latest features and functionality offered by our selected job portals and make it cost-effective and highly successful.

Fortunately, among the leading job portals in the UK, Just Norfolk Jobs is highly famous and favorite destinations to place your job ads and get maximum applications as well as leverage its advanced offerings at highly competitive rates. Your right selection of job board only can make your job advertisement campaign a big hit and Just Norfolk Jobs is an unbeatable option here in Norfolk, UK.


Manya Ray

She is Marketing & PR Executive for Just Norfolk Jobs and has been since October 2017. Manya has a vast amount of HR & Recruitment experience coupled with her local knowledge of the Norfolk & Norwich area.

New Opportunities for Writers Looking to Work from Home

Welcome back to the Write Styles where on this triumphant Tuesday we have New Opportunities for Writers Looking to Work from Home! For those interested in Guest Blogging, please feel free to Contact Me.

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FOODMatch is a producer and importer of Mediterranean specialty foods with a focus on olives, antipasti, and ingredients. Through the hands of our growers we create great tasting, responsibly produced, authentic foods that nurture community and enhance your quality of life. FOODMatch is seeking a self-motivated, creative team player who drives sales and supports marketing goals by developing messaging platforms for consumer segments, B2B partners, labels/packaging and new product/campaign launches. Our successful copywriter will be able to consistently and accurately position FOODMatch products, practices and ideas as industry-leading and high quality. This role collaborates with the VP of Marketing and Art Director to bring big/fresh ideas to market and ensures a unifying brand consistency across all materials.

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Lost to Live is now accepting submissions of travel articles. We are a new travel website established to encourage travel and experiencing new cultures. To get our viewers excited about travel we share the experiences of others and their travels abroad as well as travel information and tips. We are looking for writers with first-hand travel experience in your chosen topic but a writer with good research skills is acceptable, however, we do require that all of our writers have traveled somewhere outside of their home countries in the last 3 years.

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This is a perfect opportunity for freelance writers and just about anybody who can write that just don’t have time for a commute to a dead end, part-time job. Or, for anyone for wants to sit in their pajamas and work at home!

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Coming soon! We’re carefully selecting healthy and delicious Japanese foods to include in your upcoming care package. Passionate about Japanese culture and want to share your experience? Kokoro Care Packages is an early-stage, online subscription box business delivering healthy Japanese foods to individuals around the world. We are looking for enthusiastic writers to submit blogposts about holidays, traditions, events, daily life and/or unique experiences in Japan. Blogposts will be shared on our website, social media platforms and newsletter. Credit will be given entirely and exactly as the author requests.

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If you can write – even at an average level – then you already have what it takes to quit your day job and make an incredible income as a freelance writer.

Today, I’m going to reveal the real reason so many writers fail to make the six-figure income they deserve…

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Love sharing your knowledge about augmented reality? Next Reality has the position for you. The best candidate for this position is a tech writer obsessive about following the latest in augmented reality news. If you like to keep a close eye on Apple’s iOS ARKit apps, the Microsoft HoloLens, Snapchat Lenses, and Magic Leap, and other products and platforms related to augmented reality, this could be the position for you. This person will be a part of our editorial team and will work side by side with our Next Reality Editor to help grow our brand with new, exciting, and innovative editorial work focused on the latest news about AR.

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Nix Hydra is a VC-backed company that makes magical, colorful and bold games popular with young women. Our offices are located in Los Angeles, world capital of dream manufacturing and export. We are hiring! Nix Hydra is seeking to hire game writers for new visual novel projects. Are you enthusiastic, creative, and driven? Do you take well to critique and direction? Do you love romance, visual novels, and choose your own adventures? Then
this may be the place for you!

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I trust that these will suite your needs. If not, do check out our previous article offering freelance writing opportunities.

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Julia x

Best Opportunities for Freelance Writers to Work From Home

Welcome back to the Write Styles where on this triumphant Tuesday we have the Best Opportunities for Freelance Writers to Work From Home! Do feel free to Contact Me if you wish to Guest Blog for Us.Best Opportunities for Freelance Writers to Work From Home

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We help develop a personalized sales pitch and create an easy and flexible plan. Our simple profit model helps you determine factors that affect profitability. Startup Connection’s is a consulting business for small companies. Our sole focus is to help entrepreneurs make money by showing them how to navigate and balance all aspects of starting a business. Unlike other consulting firms, we provide “hands-on” expertise to help small businesses that are both growing, and struggling. We are looking for social media candidates with a focus on blogging, editing and social media to business sites.

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As part of our team you will write a weekly blog post for www.inspiringourneighbors.com. The theme of our blog is random acts of kindness. You will need to find a recent U.S. news article about a selfless act or a random act of kindness, and write a 3-4 sentence blog post summarizing the article. Please visit www.inspiringourneighbors.com for past blog posts.

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We are a dynamic, high-growth technology company that serves a robust and passionate community of developers around the world. Our mission is to simplify cloud computing so developers and their teams can spend more time building software that changes the world. We are working on solving some of the most challenging and interesting technology projects around, on a scale unmatched by most.

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We are seeking a talented, creative copywriter with at least 3+ years experience for an immediate freelance opportunity. The first assignment is to develop copy for a new page/services on our website. Upcoming freelance projects include developing copy for digital campaigns, websites and social content for brands related to the food/spirits/fashion categories. Knowledge of Spanish and Latin American culture is a big plus.

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If you’re not making a full-time income as a freelance writer, then it’s time you knew the truth.

It’s time you knew what’s really holding you back and what six-figure freelance writers know that you don’t.

If you can write – even at an average level – then you already have what it takes to quit your day job and make an incredible income as a freelance writer.

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Fitt is a community-driven media platform and localized marketplace where people discover, share, and sign up for health and fitness activities. This growing network of reporters provides comprehensive coverage of their city’s local fitness scene. Reporter, editor, contributor, or writer — call it what you will, we’re seeking a highly motivated and tremendously talented content creator to join the Fitt team.

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Collective Press is looking for a creative and passionate writer to author scripts for a web-show focused on Hip Hop history, culture and current events. We are a digital media startup making online videos on a variety of topics (food, beauty, music etc.). You’ll be communicating with a producer to pitch and execute scripts in a timely manner.

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I do trust that these opportunities will suit your needs! If not, go check out last weeks article of Becoming a Freelance Writer and Working from Anywhere.