Sports Blogger/Article writer for a start up sports media company. Will have the freedom to write on whatever they want, sports related. Great opportunity to help grow a company, gain experience writing, and add to your portfolio.
At the Palmiste Collective, we are focused on helping event-based entrepreneurs create valuable businesses and achieve personal and professional development through our content. From interviews with subject matter experts to deep dives into industry trends, the industry correspondent will populate the collective's member-only portal with tactical and informative business insights.
We are looking for a skilled writer to help us with pitching, researching, and writing content for our industry vertical. We are looking for someone excited about weddings/interiors/lifestyle industry and interested in business academic content.
This is a paid opportunity with a freelance contract to start and potential for a long-term position.
CONTRIBUTOR REQUEST: The Lifestyle Group at Hearst Magazines is seeking a digital producer/writer who is interested in working on holiday content for the Woman’s Day and Good Housekeeping websites. This freelance position will focus on writing and updating articles and roundups for our holiday sections. The ideal candidate has a positive attitude, an eye for great imagery and loves everything the holiday season has to offer (Halloween costumes! Thanksgiving recipes! New Year’s Eve ideas!). Looking for someone who can contribute at least 20 hours/week for 4-5 months, remotely.
Startupecology is looking for a writer to write a 10,000 words case study about a start up company, Michelle‘s Maccs.
The case study will be referenced in a book about how to create startups.
This case study will be about how Michelle‘s Maccs started in $0 to $1,000,000+ in a very short time.
The writer should use Startupecology’s existing notes, and interview the author and his team for the case study.
We’re looking for committed freelancers who can become regular contributors. Most of our stories are slideshows with 10 to 30 slides (about 50-60 words each). We pay $7.50 per slide ($125 to $400 for a full slide show) and 15 cents a word for articles, as well as an hourly rate for certain related tasks. And we pay promptly, so you won't waste your time following up on unpaid invoices. It's just one of the things that has kept many writers with us for years.
Freelancing for Cheapism comes with the possibility of a full-time, salaried staff writer position — with benefits including fully employer-paid health insurance, 401(k) with matching, and flexible, remote work environment — if it's a good fit. Cheapism is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to fostering a diverse and inclusive company culture.
Pursue stories assigned by editors on a monthly basis.
Conduct original reporting and provide sources for fact checking.
Quickly write copy that is accurate, informative, lively, and clean.
Collaborate with editors to ensure stories fulfill the assignment and fit our format and style.
Promote your stories and the Cheapism brand on social media.
Experience covering personal finance and/or lifestyle topics
Strict attention to detail and accuracy
Bonus points for familiarity with AP style, Trello, and SEO best practices.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Cracked.com, which started as a comedy magazine in 1958 and jumped online in 2005, is looking for regular freelance contributors for its rapidly expanding operation.
We are seeking candidates for the following roles, all remote. Please specify which role(s) you'd like to be considered for. Please apply via the ZipRecruiter link included below and email Carly Tennes email@example.com letting her know you applied via the NYU Journalism Listserv. https://www.ziprecruiter.com/jobs/literally-media-2e5e0d7a/cracked-com-freelance-writers-image-content-creators-42482e74
Articles: Cracked is one of the progenitors and popularizers of the listed internet article, and we pride ourselves in our ability to present big ideas in reader-friendly ways. Popular topics include movies (think: behind-the-scenes details, fan theories), history (debunkers, obscure facts), local lore (urban legends, regional quirks), true crime, internet trends, consumer/media/civic explainers, and first-person life experience essays. We are also looking to expand our roster of gaming and science contributors.
Most listed articles have 5 entries and clock in at ~2,000 words. A short opening paragraph is required. For those articles with a singular focus (say, first-person essays), the entries highlight the salient points. If contacted by Cracked, qualified candidates are expected to pitch initially, and regular contributors are eligible for premise assignments from editorial staff.
Requirements: Familiarity with the Cracked brand and voice, strong comedic/conversational prose, a knowledge of research and sourcing best practices, previous writing experience (or a commensurate writing sample)
Rates And Deadlines: $250/article; 1-2 week turnaround
Pictofacts: Cracked's popular Pictofact image sets convey a series of sourced facts or observations about a certain topic. (The topic cues described above for articles also apply here.) If contacted by Cracked, qualified candidates are expected to pitch initially, and regular contributors are eligible for premise assignments from editorial staff. Accepted Pictofacts must be laid out in the design parameters delineated by Cracked staff.
Requirements: Familiarity with the Cracked brand and voice, strong comedic/conversational prose, Photoshop skills, a knowledge of research and sourcing best practices, previous digital design experience (or a commensurate Pictofact design sample)
Rates And Deadlines: $200/20 image set (with a short opening paragraph); 1-2 weeks turnaround
Regular Short Blogging: Cracked is looking for regular bloggers to write scheduled evergreen/semi-evergreen short topic posts ranging from 500-1,000 words. (The topic cues described above for articles also apply here.) Posts are laid out in Cracked's CMS and require a thumbnail in the design parameters delineated by Cracked staff.
Requirements: Familiarity with the Cracked brand and voice, strong comedic/conversational prose, ability to use the Cracked CMS, Photoshop skills, a knowledge of research and sourcing best practices, previous writing experience (or a commensurate writing sample)
Rates and Deadlines: $50/post (with thumbnail), commitment to post at regularly scheduled times weekly
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The Dipp is seeking a part-time news writer to join our team of editors, writers, and readers enthusiastic about all things TV. The news writer will work with an editor to produce a daily set of ~3 articles about TV news that is timely, relevant, and full of voice. This writer should be obsessed with TV and entertainment, but can also act as a generalist, able to write on a variety of series; whether or not they watch the show, they’re able to tap into the enthusiasm of the fandom. They’re comfortable scanning and pitching news stories, and turning around copy in a timely manner. This role would work four days a week and in six-hour shifts.
We're looking for a freelance writer/journalist who could help us write articles on photographers & artists for our media publication Tsuki World. We can pay a small fee per article depending on experience.
I’m the CEO of an emerging LGBTQ+ media company called Freshfruit backed by the former publisher and CRO of Rolling Stone. We are expecting to launch our website in early October.
A Freshfruit, a new name I've coined, is an LGBTQ+ person (and ally) who is bold, unbothered and unbound and who may not constrain themselves to expectations of gender identity and expression. Our mission is to bring better LGBTQ+ representation and journalism to queer media; to reorient society to the contributions of the LGBTQ+ as pioneers, change makers, and cultural innovators; and to inspire queer youth.
I’m seeking submissions for from talented writers with sharp minds, who write compelling stories and takes, and whose values align with those of Freshfruit. Articles are non-paid at this time. Stories can be 500 words to 4,000 words covering arts & culture, fitness, gossip, health & wellness, music & entertainment, sports, news, style & fashion, and travel. Stories must relate to LGBTQ matters or be inclusive stories that would appeal to a primarily LGBTQ+ audience. I’m interested in the best stories by the best student writers.
For more information about Freshfruit, please check out our company website: https://freshfruitinc.com/.
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