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|Date||Job Title||Category||Pay Range|
|12/14/2017||Freelance Professional Resume Writer||Business Writing / Copywriting||$25 - 50 (LOW PAY)|
|12/12/2017||Freelance Business Writer Needed||Blogging / Web Content Writing||$250 - 500 (PRO RATE)|
|12/12/2017||Freelance Menswear Writer Needed||Blogging / Web Content Writing||$50 - 100 (SEMI-PRO)|
|12/12/2017||Arkansas Freelance Writers Needed||Newspaper & Magazine Writing||$25 - 50 (LOW PAY)|
|12/12/2017||Freelance Writer for Short Social Media Content||Blogging / Web Content Writing||$1 - 25 (VERY LOW PAY)|
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|Tara Malone||B2B/B2C Technology and Content Marketing Blogger||Blogger / Web Content Writer|
|Brad Silver||Freelance Writer, Editor and Medical Professional||Blogger / Web Content Writer|
|Phyllis Coletta, JD||Experienced writer in legal, healthcare, and more||Blogger / Web Content Writer|
|Kurt Lipschutz||Writing Coach / Editing - All Levels||Other Freelance Writers|
|Karen Smith||Versatile Writer & Editor||Blogger / Web Content Writer|
From the Freelance Writing Blog
The end of any year can be a bittersweet time. You take stock of what you’ve done and how far you’ve come. Maybe you exceeded your expectations and you’re inspired to do even more in the New Year. Or maybe you fell short and you’re feeling discouraged. Whichever is...read more
When 2017 started, I was feeling ambitious – rebellious even. You see, 2016 was an awful year in pretty much every way for me, and I was determined for 2017 to be different. But it wasn’t. If anything, 2017 was much worse. The politics have had me even more stressed –...read more
Whether you run a niche blog, a personal blog, or a professional freelance writer blog targeting clients, you're bound to come up against blog comment spam at some point or another. If you open your site to comments, this is simply a reality you have to deal with....read more
When you work long hours at a desk, it can be more than uncomfortable. It can be downright painful. Hunching forward to see your screen better... always looking down at your monitor... simply sitting too long. None of that is good for you. And it used to leave me with...read more
I’ve made it no secret that 2017 has been a crappy year for me. Some of that’s work-related, though work has been more affected by problems I’m dealing with rather than causing them. Focus has been hard to come by, and motivation even more so. But that doesn’t mean I...read more
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