9 Paid Virtual Writing Gigs to Finance Your Travel

9 Paid Virtual Writing Gigs to Finance Your Travel

Where would you go if you had more freedom around when and how you worked? Whom would you visit? Would you become an expat, or perhaps a digital nomad? How exactly could virtual writing gigs enable you to do just that?

On Remote.co, you’ll find location-independent positions of all kinds: freelance and contract gigs, full-time roles, part-time jobs; there are options at the junior and executive level, and nearly everywhere in between. Among them are a variety of writing-centric roles that span advertising, PR, journalism, social media, and internal communications—many of which allow you to work from a location of your choice.

Check out these 9 recent virtual writing gigs to finance your travel:

1. National News Editor

This part-time, weekend position is great for the experienced journalist seeking a flexible work-from-home role in the U.S. This person will serve as the point person for editors across the country, managing news flow for Lakana’s network of websites connected to TV stations around the U.S.

2. Content Crafter

This freelance-to-full-time opportunity would be an excellent fit for an experienced blogger with an interest in startups. It involves producing news articles, guides, and content for startups and entrepreneurs, as well as helping Baremetrics get more mileage out of the content they’ve developed over the past few years.

3. Technical Support Writer

Aha! is seeking a technical support writer with experience creating content for B2B end users. You must write clear copy (and provide samples) and understand technology product management. You may work from anywhere in the United States.

4. Celebrity Writer

Work from home part-time as a celebrity writer for Bustle. You must have a strong knowledge of and interest in pop culture, and have at least two years of blogging or writing/reporting experience.

5. Freelance Writer

If you’re a writer with a passion for social/digital content, discovering compelling stories, and creatively delivering them, you should check out this gig. Dose’s proprietary technology discovers what content resonates across social platforms to maximize engagement. You’ll have the option to work anywhere, pitching and writing stories on both original and trending content.

6. Content Writer

This project-based, location-independent role would appeal to a professional with experience in writing for the web, crafting email messaging and social media campaigns. Some familiarity with content management systems and virtual collaboration tools (Slack, Dropbox, Google Docs, and Hangouts) and design programs (Photoshop, Illustrator) is preferred.

7. Brand Journalist

This strategic position requires a decade of experience in digital and social media. The focus will be on investigating, researching, and writing about topics that will engage a target audience of estate planners and transactional business lawyers. This position is open to U.S.-based candidates only (excluding Alaska, Hawaii, and California).

8. Education Writer

Those with K-12 teaching experience in mathematics or English language arts (reading, writing) would be solid candidates for this work-from-home freelance job. Your classroom background will come in handy as you’ll develop test items (including for both large-scale assessments and classroom-based formative assessments).

9. Senior Content Manager

Interested in managing editorial strategy and content operations for a venture capital firm? Look no further! This San Francisco-based company incubates, acquires, and invests in data-driven online businesses, and they’re looking for someone with experience in one of their verticals (careers, shopping, education, etc.).

Looking for more virtual writing gigs? Check out these currently available remote writing jobs

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By Kristi DePaul | Categories: Work Remotely

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