Introducing the Copyblogger
Writing Job Board

For those of you looking to hire writers, I’m happy to announce that Copyblogger now offers job listings. And for all of you out there looking for a new gig or a freelance project, I’m hoping that this will help hook you up.

There’s already some pretty cool jobs listed, and if you have a current need for a writer, you can post your job listing (freelance or employment) for 30 days on the Copyblogger job board free of charge (but only for the next two weeks). Copyblogger readers include some of the savviest writers around, so this is your chance to reach them.

Here are the current job categories:

  • Content and Blogging
  • Conversion Copywriting
  • Ghostwriters
  • Public Relations
  • SEO Copywriting

If anyone has feedback on other categories we might add, let me know in the comments.

Writers, check out the current job listings here. There’s also a job widget in the left sidebar of every content page (under Resources) that displays new listings.

Questions? Comments? Let me hear them!

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  1. “There’s already some pretty cool jobs listed”

    Brian, I know you didn’t just use “there’s”. :-)

  2. Grammar Nazi. :-)

    I’m being conversational, gimme a break.

  3. Is it possible to categorize the listings or include a graphic to indicate which ads are in-house full-time positions and which are freelance gigs?

  4. AJ, I don’t think so. The board is powered by Job Thread’s software, and it runs pretty much as is.

    I can check, though.

  5. I just looked at the board and thought: March 05 – blimey, it’s a little out of date.

    And then I twigged.

    Us crazy Brits and our date formats…

  6. “I’m being conversational, gimme a break”

    It’s the twitter effect already! :-)

    Jobs board is a great addition to the site Brian, thanks


  7. Excellent idea, and a wonderful addition to an already tremendous site. I’ll definitely be sending my readers to the jobs board.

  8. Great Idea.

  9. Marna Reinhardt :

    That’s great, Brian, that you have created this arm of your blog site. I previewed the jobs, and I’m sure that some of your finest reader-writers will be able to make proposals with confidence. I imagine that you have more work coming your way than for what the time in a day will allow…so to “share” the work opportunities with fellow writers is a win-win-win (you, them, and us) strategy. I appreciate your community thinking.

    I believe this is the first time I have posted a comment. I am only a year into this freelance writing thing, and I’ve got a long way to go in terms of building a solid portfolio of diverse writing. However, your Copyblogger articles have been nothing less than helpful, inspirational, and thought-provoking. Because of your site, I am much further along in my “new” vocation than I would otherwise be. Thank you for the interesting, challenging, and value-packed posts that add a little more strength to every word I write.

    I don’t have a website…yet. Or a blog…yet. But I do exist…really, I do.



  10. Brian, I guess it was inevitable you would launch a job board 😉

    I’ve been quoted upwards of $5k to have one developed and luckily I declined.

    Instead I found these 2 excellent job board scripts that enables you to run your own board:

  11. Looks great! Definitely something I’ll be keeping my eye on. I’ve gotten lots of offers to do freelancing work because of my blog, but nothing has really caught my fancy yet… maybe something good will turn up here.

  12. Hey Brian, major coolness. Thanks very much for thinking of us and offering the opportunity for additional work. That sure was a surprise!

  13. Fab idea. I’ll let the writers in my life know about it.

  14. goshdarnit another job board to keep tabs on~! Why, oh why…so busy…curiosity getting better of me….argh…

  15. Hey…you trying to put me out of a job?? 😉

    Nice addition and a logical progression for CopyBlogger. Good luck with your new job board!


  16. Deb, I thought I was giving your more content for your job listing posts. :-)

  17. It’s appreciated Brian. I’m always looking for new boards to troll.

  18. Celisa Steele :

    The job board is a great addition. What about adding an editing category to the job listings? I’ve done quite a bit of freelance editing of late–and I know the need for good editors is there!

  19. Celisa, great idea. Not sure why I didn’t think of that. :-)

  20. Thanks for the job board!

  21. Действительно интересно написано. Практически за душу цепляет, заставляет задуматься над собственным блогом. С уважением, Елена.

  22. What happened to the job board?

  23. Laura, they died a long time ago. News coming on this front soon I hope.