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Wednesday November 25, 2009 Freelance & Full-Time Writing Jobs

If you are new to the site, don’t write for Transcontinental. To find out more about their bad writing contract, visit the Bad Writing Contracts site.


Writer, Corporate Law, Toronto

Writer, Securities Law, Toronto

Bilingual Communications Advisor, Secret Clearance, Ottawa

Agency Copywriter, Calgary

Senior Medical Writer, Vancouver

Another Agency Copywriter, Calgary


Weekly Publication Seeks Freelancer, maybe Portugese?
Note: Since the Job Bank is the most useless source of information ever, I just e-mailed to find out if Portugese was required. I’ll update this listing if I get an answer.

Web Page Copywriter, Calgary

Blog Editor

Personal Finance/Banking Blogger

Web Page Reviewer/Writer

Blogging Tips Seeks Bloggers

Tuesday, November 24 Freelance Writing Jobs

Full-Time/Part Time

Editor, Toronto

Writer/Editor, Toronto, Part-Time

Part-Time Experienced Settlement Agency Content Writers, Toronto

Senior Writer, Toronto


Health Writer, Vancouver

Writer for Websites

Adult Content Writer/Editor

Tech Blogger

November 23, 2009 Freelance Writing Jobs

Thanks everyone for your feedback on last week’s quick comment about Suite 101 and similar sites. I would love to hear or see links to more stories as I feel this will make a good article in the next couple of weeks.

On a related note, many Craigslist positions and gigs are now not posting how much money you can make, meaning that you may put together a targeted application package only to find out that you are applying to an unpaid position. If that happens, go back to the original ad on Craigslist and flag it as “miscategorized” in the flagging bar at the top left hand corner of the screen. Please also e-mail me, preferably with the link, so that I may remove it from the site if it is on here. That will save other writers the trouble. Don’t flag if the pay is too low, technically they are still within CL rules even if they offer next to nothing. Feel free to send the “employer” an e-mail about what you think though!


Manager, Advisor Channel Marketing & Communications, Toronto

Senior Speechwriter, Health, Ottawa

Bilingual Copy Editor, Toronto

Agency Writer, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

Online News Editor, Toronto

Technical/Business Writer & Editor, Vancouver

Managing Editor, Medical & Pharma, Montreal


Writers for Antiaging/Beauty Site

Beauty Blog Editor, Toronto & Work From Home

Website Copywriter that Sells, Vancouver

Writer for IAAF World Junior Championships 2010, Moncton, New Brunswick

Friday, November 20th 2009 Freelance Writing Jobs

I’ve seen a spate of ads for Suite 101 lately. Word to the wise: they don’t pay well enough. They promise residual income, but trust me, that huge carrot they are dangling in front of your face is a giant lump of… well, something else.

Here are how ads on websites work, for those who don’t already know. A well-traveled niche blog like this one MIGHT make fifty cents a day, if we are lucky. Suite 101 undoubtedly makes more, but here’s the kicker; they won’t share all of it with you. You will also not receive any kind of proper statistics report that will show exactly how many people have visited your article, unless it is washed through Suite 101 staff first. If you have a solidly performing article, which unfortunately requires more search engine optimization knowledge than writing knowledge, you may get residual income of a few bucks a month. For most, that princely sum is a pipe dream.

Do yourself a favour and do not write for any outfit that promises residual income; residual income is just another term for “we are screwing writers” and you know how I feel about that. Doesn’t matter how new you are, you can find something that pays.

Not a lot today, I have another morning of scrambling to get out the door, but hopefully the above tip saved you some precious time you could be spending on something more profitable.


News Writer, Calgary

Staff Writer, Toronto


Agency Seeks Writers, Vancouver

Thursday, November 19 2009 Freelance Writing Jobs

This will be a short one today – have to get out the door this morning. Good luck!


Web  Writer, Kitchener

Communications Specialist, Insurance, Guelph

Senior Writer, Toronto

Chi Activate Writer, Vancouver


Medical Writer

Writer/Reporter Vancouver

Real Estate Writer, Vancouver