Freelance Writing and Photography Jobs for 11/08/18

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Freelance Education Writer
The Colorado Sun

Freelance Writers – Pays $200/article
Matador Network

Freelance Writer
Life Extension

Freelance International Marketing Editor – French and Dutch speaking roles
Wonderbly

Freelance ARE Exam Prep Content Writer
Black Spectacles

Freelance Digital Shift Editor
Yardbarker

Freelance Science Writer – Pays $150/article
Science Buzz

Freelance Newsletter Writer
Inside.com

Freelance Copywriter With Experience in LED Lighting
Myledy

Freelance Pet Writers
Red Cat Media

Freelance Writer
Launch That

Freelance Advertising Copywriter
SmartBug Media

Freelance Writer
EcoSun Homes

Freelance Content Specialist
Mcgarrybowen

Freelance Product Copywriter
LiiRN

Freelance Editorial Associate
Vox Media

Freelance Writer
Vivial Media LLC

Freelance Social Media Editor
Economic Hardship Reporting Project

Freelance Business Insider Contributors Editor – includes benefits
Insider Inc.

Freelance Accounting Assessment Writers – Pays $30-$35/hour
A Pass Educational Group, LLC

Freelance SEO Writer – Pays $40-$50/hour
Infinia Search Inc.

Freelance Medical Editor – includes benefits
M3 USA

Freelance Resume Writers
ClearPointHCO/YourResumeWiz

Freelance Music Writer for Lifestyle Blog
Auster

Freelance Writer
The Bluegrass Standard Online Magazine

Freelance SEO/Blog Writer – Pays $40/hour
Bridgeway Legal Funding

Freelance Writer for Website Content
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Freelance Home Theater Writers
Digital Trends

Freelance Writers
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Freelance Copywriter with Yacht/Boat Experience – Pays $20/hour
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