It’s the start of a new week, and we’re here to give you the best blogging jobs from our Job Board once again.
We hope that you find a gig that suits you well. Have a great week!
Best blogging jobs this week
Décor Jungle is a new and exciting online destination for all the trappings of the ideal modern home. It is an international marketplace that connects discerning homemakers in search of something special with the very best the interior design and home decoration industries has to offer.
They’re looking for 5 talented writers to create informative, interesting and exciting content on the topics on interior design, decor and objects of desire for the home. From trend reports to designer interviews, they want it all – and they have plenty of products for you to create shopping guides and features with, too!
Auto-Graphics believes that the more libraries fully engage and make available their tools and information, the more central they become in the lives of their constituencies. Their products are designed to help libraries manage, share and search their resources. Learn more about what they do at http://www4.auto-graphics.com.
As part of their marketing strategy and knowledge base building, they are hiring talented writers who can write about the Library Industry, including software used, industry trends, and topics of importance to public libraries large and small. Their goal is to increase traffic to their blog and other social media sites.
Tutor Pace is hiring motivated individuals to serve as online tutors for introductory, intermediate and advanced level undergraduate Accounting courses.
If you want to work from home and have tutoring tool then please send your CV as soon as possible. They are currently accepting applications for the 2015 school year in the subject areas of Accounting.
Parents Digital is looking for a freelance writer to contribute daily to websites including Parents.com, Parenting.com and FitPregnancy.com. Your primary responsibilities will include pitching and writing 6-8 posts on the sites each day based on current events and news. You’ll need a nose for finding the stories that parents want to read and will be talking about.