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Consistent work available: Write SEO-friendly long-form articles

Full-Time - Posted 1 week ago

Remote

Employment Location

3 - 6 months

Duration

$0.00

Per-Article Payout

DESCRIPTIONConsistent work available: Write SEO-friendly long-form...

Writers Needed for a Kitchen Blog

Full-Time - Posted 5 days ago

Remote

Employment Location

3 - 6 months

Duration

$0.00

Per-Article Payout

DESCRIPTIONWe recently added a new website to our portfolio, and...

Content Writer in the Coffee Niche

Full-Time - Posted 3 days ago

Remote

Employment Location

3 - 6 months

Duration

$0.00

Per-Article Payout

DESCRIPTIONWe are seeking an experienced Content Writer. You will be...

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Food & Drink Writing Job FAQs

Food & drink writers specialize in content related to both the professional and casual culinary scene. They may cover or review top restaurants or create recipes for individuals to try at home. This tends to be a popular niche which often has a great deal of work available.
Becoming a food & drink writer involves a passion for either the culinary scene or a knowledge of how to create your own culinary delights. Getting started can be as easy as putting together recipes or reviews for various food blogs. Make sure you check the ProWirter job board for clients in search of food & drink content.
Food & drink writers can charge a wide range of different rates depending on their expertise and the content in question. Beginning writers might make anywhere from .05-.10/word for a general piece, while more experienced writers may earn .15-.20/word. You'll generally earn much more for content involving your own recipes or reviews of live restaurants or events.

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