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4 Freelance Writing Jobs | 7 Nov 2023

'Four of this week's well-paying freelance writing jobs from across the web.'

Helping You Master Content Strategy For Your Writing Clients

Travel News Writer | Cruise Hive

You'll be researching and writing engaging articles, news updates, and features related to cruise news. As part of your research you'll be conducting interviews with industry experts, cruise line representatives, and other relevant individuals to gather information for articles. Check pay.

Technical Writer (Security/Infrastructure) | Planet Technology

You'll be creating playbooks and other service and security process documentation for 20K devices. And you'll be helping to develop the clearest and most logical way to present information for readers. Pay = $30-$35/hour

Anime Features Writer | CBR

You'll be writing 10 Feature articles weekly, under a wide range of word counts. Must be a real manga and anime fan. You'll get 1-to-1 training and 4 weeks with a peer mentor. Check pay.

Copywriter – German + English | CPI Technologies GmbH

You'll be responsible for creating various marketing materials, including websites, landing pages, blog posts, social media content, and email campaigns. Must be fluent in both English and German and know your way around SEO. Check pay.


The Road Less Travelled - Alternative Ways To Get Paid For Your Writing Skills

In this section, we highlight people who are successfully building businesses based on their (or other people's) writing skills.

Franciska Sore helps businesses repurpose their content. I interview her to find out how she does it.

Ep. 140: From Old To Gold: Using Story And Voice To Transform Your Repurposed Content into Something Fresh and Exciting With Content Creator, Franciska Sore
β€œListen to...” Using Story And Voice To Transform Your Repurposed Content into Something Fresh and Exciting With Content Creator

Inspired by the potential for earning more from your writing?


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