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Freelance writing jobs | 19 Sept 2023

This week's highest paying freelance writing jobs from across the web.

Here are some current examples of freelance writing jobs from across the web.  

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Data Security Engineer / Technical Writer - Draft.Dev

You'll be creating technical blog posts and tutorials (including researching and creating coding examples where needed) for clients in a wide range of industries and areas of technology.  Compensation starts at $300 per 1500 word article and increases depending on number of assignments completed.

Freelance Blog Writers - Loganix

Topics vary, but you must be able to commit to 3000-5000 words per week with a turnaround time of 2 business days.  Requires at least 1 year of experience writing for websites and blogs.  They say to submit your USD per word rate with your application.

List Article Writer - Game Rant

If you're into video gaming, this writing gig might be for you.  You'll be contributing at least 5 dynamic list-based articles every week as well as researching and pitching new article ideas.  Entry level, so check the pay.

Freelance Senior Copywriter (Accounting)  - Organisation Name Not Given

You'll be writing and editing copy across the entire brand ecosystem, including (but not limited to) web, print brochures, case studies, emails, videos, thought leadership and sales presentations.  Must have 5+ years of experience, including work from Fortune 100-level clients or equivalent.  Pay is $50-$60/hour.

All the best with finding satisfying and well-paid writing jobs.

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