Thursday, October 02, 2008

Virtual Writing Jobs

BustedHalo.com is looking for freelancers to write feature articles, news items, profiles and opinion pieces for their online zine.

Detailed description writers needed to write content for Docstoc.com, full-time 6-8 weeks, $10/hr.

Food/Entertainment writer (experienced and published) needed to write content for a Manhattan based specialty food chain's newsletter.

Freelance writers needed for media company that owns and operates several websites; $10.00 per 300-500 word article.

LA-based online jewelry company (JoeDia.com) is looking for writers to "generate buzz and intrigue about diamonds and more." Research & write one article per week, each of 400-500 words, $50 per post.

Pimpitup.com is looking for a website content copywriter to write 500 posts for $1-3 per post.

Prefixmag.com needs writers to pen "daily blog posts about music news, culture and technology (those who can post in the morning are especially needed); review albums and concerts, songs and videos, Interview bands for Q&As, feature stories, and profiles and for PrefixTV, and write broader argument and analysis stories." Pays sliding scale, but listing shows $2 (blog posts) - $10 (features) per article, see listing for very specific application details.

Web Humor Editor needed for new website recommending the best videos on the internet, part-time, $15/hr.

Writer with knowledge of "genetics, psychology, anthropology, history, Maslow, Einstein, Diamond, Dawkins" and a "desire to change the world" needed 1-2 days per week/$150 per diem.

The Village Voice is taking applications for the fall 2008 Mary Wright Minority Fellowship, a "fulltime, three-month writing job with the Voice that provides an opportunity to work alongside veteran Voice journalists." Pays $500.00/wk for the length of the fellowship.

All of the above listings were found while cruising through in the writing/editing job sections of Craigslist LA and Craigslist NY.

4 comments:

  1. Thanks for the info. Craigslist is such a great tool, but I never thought to look for online stuff on there.

    Thanks again.

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  2. My company post jobs on Craigslist too. We have filled many positions with those we found from Craigslist.

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  3. Thanks for the info! This is just what I needed.

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