Freelance TV Writers Opportunity – Buddy TV

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Buddy TV is looking for freelance TV writers to cover shows and TV news. These are work-at-home, freelance positions. Hours may vary depending on the volume of pre-assigned shows, but you can potentially publish up to 20-30 pieces per week. There may also be unscheduled writing deadlines that come up every so often that you will need to meet. Job Duties For Freelance TV Writers Basically you will watch and write about TV! You should be someone who really loves and knows all about their favorite TV shows. You will be up-to-date for your assigned shows and be able to Read More


Paid Article Writer – Any Location

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A reputable and reliable company that receives over 17 million unique visitors per month is seeking a paid article writer. You can work from home or any location you like. Applicant Requirements They are looking for a native English speaker who can work a minimum of 5 hours a week. You must have a bachelor’s degree and access to a computer with a reliable and fast internet connection. If selected, you will be invited to a fully-paid test where they can confirm that you are a good fit. Work is paid per word at a competitive rate which amounts to Read More


Home-Based Reservation Agents – Enterprise (Chicago, Illinois)

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Enterprise Rent-A-Car is currently hiring reservation agents. These are part-time home-based jobs, however you must live in the Chicago, Illinois area. Working from home, agents will answer inbound calls from customers and help them make car reservations. Starting pay for this job is $12.45 per hour. Agents can also earn bonuses based on individual and team performance. Reservation Agent – Applicant Requirements To apply for this job, you must live in Chicago, Illinois. You will also need to be available for a 3-week a 3 virtual training class (Monday-Friday, 9a-6p CST.) Work shifts can include morning hours, afternoon hours and Read More


Freelance Writers: Contribute How-To Articles at FreelanceWriting.com

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FreelanceWriting.com is seeking freelance writers to contribute How-To Articles. This is a work at home position. New emerging writers as well as experienced writers are welcome to submit article ideas. They are looking for how-to articles that will help other writers break into different markets. Examples of topics could be how to find new writing opportunities, how to make more money writing, and how to write different types of articles. Basically the site wants tips, suggestions and helpful advice for their readers. So if you have advice that can help freelance writers earn money, they would like to hear from Read More


Freelance Writers – The Celebrity Cafe

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The Celebrity Cafe is seeking freelance writers to join their writing team. This is a work at home position. They are looking for writers that can contribute a minimum of 250 stories every month. These stories will be in the form of 160 word aggregated news briefs. So though the 260 number sounds quite high at first glance, or at least it did to me, perhaps the format and style makes it more doable. Writers are paid per story, and payments are made at the end of each month. About The Celebrity Cafe: The Celebrity Cafe has been providing entertainment Read More


Freelance Writer – Interviewer (Phoenix, Arizona)

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Another quick post about a freelance writer opportunity that has popped up today! This is a work at home position that is based in Phoenix, Arizona. A magazine is seeking a writer/interviewer who has a witty and funny style of writing. About The Job: Writers are assigned interviews with business clients, and will then write a fun and fresh article to intrigue readers. Articles should be between 350 and 550 words. They are looking to hire someone who is professional, dependable, meets deadlines and has great communication skills. Compensation: Per the job description, writers will be paid $40 per article. Read More


WAH Writer: Angie’s List and BrightNest – (Denver)

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This sounds like a fun opportunity for an experienced and talented wah writer! In this job, you will be writing for both Angie’s List and BrightNest. This is a freelance p/t position right now, but has the potential to grow into a full-time job later. About BrightNest BrightNest is a Denver-based company (owned by Angie’s List) that creates exciting, easy ways for people to take great care of their homes. From money-saving tips to helpful reminders, BrightNest provides personalized home tips and tools that simplify people’s lives. About Angie’s List Angie’s List helps consumers have happy transactions with local service Read More


Work at Home Special Ed Reading & Math Teachers, K-12

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Educate Online is hiring Special Ed Reading and Math Teachers, k-12. These are p/t work at home positions with benefits, and they are hiring qualified certificated teachers nationwide. Applicants must live in the continental United States, and have a set schedule that allows them to work have at least 10 hours per week. You will also be required to pass a background check and FBI fingerprinting each year. Teachers are paid on a per session basis. Benefits include a 401(k) retirement plan, a 529 college savings plan and a Family Hearing Plan. The company provides paid training, and teachers are Read More


Get Paid To Write Expert How-To Guides For Accelio

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You can now get paid to write how-to guides for Accelio. They are looking for experts in many different fields who can write interactive “how-to guides” using text, video, and images. Writers should be comfortable using online software for writing (similar to wordpress) and be able to work from anywhere at your pace. How Much Will I Get Paid To Write For This Company? When this company first launched, I believe they only followed a ‘revenue-sharing’ program for writers. However, it appears they are now paying writers between $50 – $200 per guide plus monthly profit shares per their ad Read More


Westat – Bilingual Telephone Data Collectors – Work At Home

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Immediate openings for bilingual telephone data collectors are available with Westat. These are p/t home-based jobs that pay by the hour. You will be collecting data via phone by asking questions on a variety of subjects, such as: education, the environment, health, and transportation. Please note that if you are considering applying, you must be bilingual in English and Spanish. You will work at home about 15 hours per week, mostly during weekends and late evening hours (when most people will be at home.) What Other Requirements Are Needed To Apply? All applicants must be at least 18 or older. Read More


Work At Home Travel Agents – Working Solutions

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Happy Saturday! Saw this work at home opportunity on Odesk so thought I would post about it here as well. Working Solutions is currently hiring travel agents that have some experience in one or more of the following areas: Sales Customer service Technical support Travel Medical Hospitality Retail Energy Telecommunications Banking and financial services Ticketing and Entertainment   This is a 100% work-at-home job and you will need the standard home office equipment such as high speed Internet, land-line telephone and headset, and a quiet office area.   About Working Solutions This is a company that has been around a Read More


Remote Writers – Toy Company (New York)

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This sounds like a fun remote writer opportunity! It is with an innovative toy company that has won almost every award the industry has, and have been featured on The Today Show, in the Wall Street Journal and New York Magazine. They are seeking New York based freelance writers and bloggers to help spread the word about their company, How Much Do They Pay Writers? Compensation is $25 per post to start. and is open to negotiation. Experience Needed for This Job: 1-3 years writing experience (parenting blogs or publications a plus, focus on children’s content and stories a bonus). Read More


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