Writer wanted for market research/fulfilment brief

Filed under: Earn Money,Wanted — February 1, 2016

We have a potential opportunity to provide content for a company that conducts market research and fulfilment on behalf of some very large brands, so we are looking for a UK-based writer to complete one 300-word topical feature per week for this client.

Ideally, it would be advantageous if you have some experience of working in the sector, and we would require one sample piece from the successful applicant – the sample will be paid for and will be required within the next few days.

If this interests you, please email us at wordsofworth (AT) hotmail.com – please replace the (AT) with an @ symbol – along with a description of any relevant knowledge or experience you can bring to the brief.

We are looking to complete this process quickly, so we will be going through applications received tomorrow (February 2nd).

Fitness & nutrition writers wanted

Filed under: Earn Money,Wanted — May 1, 2015

We have a potential opportunity to provide content for an online fitness content subscription client. As they charge for access to their content, they need it to be very high quality – concise writing, giving insights into the fitness/nutrition world that (more…)

Specialist UK writers needed

Filed under: Wanted,Writers' Notifications — November 25, 2013

For anyone already on our UK waiting list, we have a need for some writers with more indepth knowledge of the below topics. If any of you might be able to offer any of the following fields of knowledge and experience, please get in touch (more…)

Write from home in Australia

Filed under: Wanted — September 1, 2011

We are still looking for more writers based in Australlia, so if you want to make some extra money writing from home in Australia writing for our Australia-based clients (more…)

Canadian Writing Jobs on Offer

Filed under: Wanted — July 7, 2011

It doesn’t seem that long ago that we had to actually close our application process for writers due to our increasingly long waiting list for writing work.

Indeed, we still have many UK writers on our waiting list, but we now have a regular and sizeable Canadian writing job (more…)

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