Freelance Writing and Photography Jobs for 09/13/18

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Freelance Copywriter – Pays $25/hour
Pet Bucket

Freelance Content Writer – Pays $200-$300
Harv Eker International

Freelance Personal Finance Writer/Editor
Napkin Finance

Freelance Experienced Book Publicist
Smith Publicity, Inc.

Freelance Head Of Content Management
iwillteachyoutoberich.com and growthlab.com

Freelance Content Writers – Pays $0.07-$0.10/word.
Tempesta Media / TempestaMedia.com

Freelance Off-site Technical Blogger – Pays up to $75/hour
recruiter

Freelance Web Copy Writers – sports betting/online gambling. Pays starts at $0.10/word.
content provider serving the sports betting and online gambling industry

Freelance News Reporters – Pays $0.15/word.
Beaverton Life

Freelance Breaking News Reporter
FeedSyndicate news service

Freelance Mentor / Executive Personal Assistant – Must be graduate or teacher in technology. Pays $15-$30/hour + bonuses.
CEO

Freelance Content Creator/Social Media Strategist
blind ad

Freelance Writers – to help spread the word about Irish history, culture, and merchandise and grow their content library. Pays $40.
ShamrockCraic

Freelance Legal Writers – Pays $40 for 550-700 words.
BluShark Digital LLC

Freelance Writers – for community newspapers newspapers in Center City Philadelphia and University City, PA

Freelance Press Release Writer
eReleases

Freelance Long Term Writer
pest control resource website

Freelance Dog Writer
TheDogClinic.com

 

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