Did you miss out on this week’s newsletter, filled with paying opportunities found on the internet? Well, I decided to start doing you a solid by posting the public edition of the newsletter here as well as on the Writemymoney Buy Me A Coffee page that you can check out here.
17 February 2022 Public Edition
Hello everyone! Yet another week and yet another newsletter for your viewing pleasure. There is lots of money to be made this week. As a member you can have your pick of content writer and virtual assistant jobs, or choose from pitching calls galore! There’s even a job offer for a transcritionist this week. There are some tight deadlines to be aware of, so read carefully and make sure you don’t overlook them.
Let’s jump right in!
Liberal Currents is a publication that is dedicated to the “defense of liberal ideals.” They are looking for pitches. Their founder and editor-in-chief has tweeted: “Would love in particular to see something from a writer with expertise on foreign policy, really wrestling with the question of what a truly liberal foreign policy would entail.” They are seeking pitches on other topics as well. Rate is $75 per piece. Pitches should be sent to email@example.com. Read their founder and editor-in-chief’s Twitter thread here.
Hill City Bride is a Virginia-based wedding blog. They are open for pitches. If you want to write about weddings/honeymoons, then get in touch with them at firstname.lastname@example.org. They will pay $50 per article (around 600 to 800 words). Read their Tweet here.
Bella Caledonia is a Scotland-based online magazine that explores independence, self determination, and autonomy. They have tweeted, “Taking pitches on ‘cost of living’ crisis; Platinum Jubilee propaganda; police collusion with loyalist paramilitary groups; a future for women’s football; Scotland’s housing crisis.” Deadlines are negotiable. Rates are £90 for 900 words. To learn more, refer to their Tweet. To contact them, refer to this page
Apply to Transcribe in English with 3play Media
We are looking for transcriptionists/editors for contract work to transcribe recorded audio and edit imperfect transcription using our proprietary internet-based software application.
To be a good candidate, you need to be able to provide expert transcribing services independently and be able to provide a quick turnaround on a finished work product (as a given project may require).
Please note, we are only interested in receiving applications from individuals who are interested in performing the services themselves – please do not apply on behalf of another person! We do not permit the “selling” or “subcontracting” of our contract work.
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