13 Freelance Writing Gigs

Featuring Condé Nast, KlientBoost, and Loomly

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The Gigs.

🇺🇸 Compose.ly is looking for freelance writers interested in producing SEO content related to manufacturing

🇺🇸 KlientBoost is looking for freelance ghost writers with a background in finance, SaaS, and the tech sector ($100/product page, $200/article)

🇺🇸 Ellie Innis is hiring for multiple freelance writing positions at Loomly

🇺🇸 Only Sweat Once is hiring a writer for a health and fitness brand blog

🇺🇸 Screen Rant is hiring a Star Trek journalist

🌎 Jamie Spain is looking for two freelance travel writers (Seoul and Kyoto) at Condé Nast Traveler

🇮🇳 Chaitra Saxena is looking for a freelance technical writer for TechnoMark

🇺🇸 Jacob Rosenberg is looking for pitches at Mother Jones

🇬🇧 Rachel Truman is seeking gardening writers for sponsored content pieces at The Telegraph

🇬🇧 Shahnaz Ahmed is hiring a freelance creative copywriter

= top opportunity

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