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14 Blogger Jobs That You Can Apply for Today

If blogging is something that you’re looking to earn an income from in 2008 here are 14 jobs that have been posted on the ProBlogger Job boards so far in 2008.

  1. Small Business/Entrepreneurship Blogger
  2. Couple of Mobile Bloggers
  3. MacBlogger
  4. Passionate technology and photography bloggers wanted
  5. Company rumors & news writer
  6. Parenting Bloggers
  7. Pleo Blogger
  8. TV Show Bloggers
  9. 3 Blog Editors
  10. Interest Group Leaders
  11. Science TV Blogger
  12. Technology & Celebrity Bloggers To Fill Existing Blogs
  13. Number of Niche Bloggers to Fill Numerous Openings
  14. Niche blogger

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About Darren Rowse

Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.

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Comments

  1. Frugal Dad says:

    Darren, I began an application for an opening a couple days ago, but quit midstream and wondered if I could do some of this myself – at more profit. Would you consider a post explaining more about how this works, and how you recommend a good offer-to-write be structured to ensure a good return for the writer? Thanks for your consideration.

  2. Darren Rowse says:

    little unsure what you mean Frugal Dad – do you mean a post like this one on how to apply for a position to maximize your chances of success?

  3. Great stuff! Imagine blogging for a living.. I’d love that.
    Thanks for the links, I will peruse them and see if I have skills to match any of the criteria.

  4. Thanks for the links.

  5. Tony says:

    “The blogger we hire will be paid $5.00 per article + 20% of AdSense”

    Wow Darren, you are going to make us all super rich then.

  6. Thanks for the lists, more greatfull if you add small descriptions under each links. this my my suggestions, but what you done is really usefull for us specially for me.

  7. Thanks Darrin…maybe I should consider hiring some Bloggers for my Blog…but how do I know how to pay them? Per post…per article…revenue share? My friends that I have known since Kindergarten are begging me to get them in…but I’m not sure how to pay them! Its hard to believe that you and John Chow and ShoeMoney are one-man operations! You guys run tings!

  8. @Musical Intruments – You can find the full job description on the Problogger Job Board.

    There are some pretty interesting jobs there. It would however be great to know more about the various blog networks. I’m familiar with b5media, but Blorge, Webble You and so forth I don’t know much about them.

    Hmm could that be an idea for a niche blog? Blog Network reviews…hmmmm… ;)

  9. tish says:

    Blogging is definitely an underpaid job — for experienced professional writers. One of the jobs in today’s post said a blogger could make up to $200/month — don’t quit your day job in marketing or corporate communications for that! But don’t knock yourself out either writing 5-6 posts a week in your spare time. If you’re a pro, your time and expertise are worth so much more. If you’ve got the knowledge, but no writing experience to speak of, it’s a great opportunity to get your feet wet. Blogging offers a big break into a world that would have never opened for them. The going rate for bloggers is either grossly unfair or a terrific bonus opportunity — depending which side of the fence you’re on.

    From my side of the fence: I was looking at the blogging job about entrepreneurship. Now that must require some business savvy and marketing expertise. Good writing and strategic thinking for planning out the blog could be invaluable. Will the employer get all that for the going rate?

    I’m fortunate to write a corporate blog as part of my job — it just evolved from my marketing writing. I love it so much, I’d think it’d be great to add a second blog outside of work. But at the going rate, it’s not worth the time it would require.

    Darren, do you think the blogging job market will begin to differentiate its pay levels in the future?

  10. For those who are just discovering blogging. Blogging is a job. It is a career that takes the same amount of dedication and hard work that any quality career would demand. I’ve been blogging as a professional for a year and a half now. While I love it and would never want to return to corp admin I must say it can be a lot tougher on some days.

    This is a career where you get to be lazy or just not show up to work because you don’t feel like it… There will be days when you want to bang your head bloody hoping to force out one creative paragraph.

    I admire ProBlogger and I follow it as much as I can. I have received great advice, tips and tricks. Yet I still get the tiring “wow you lucky dog” ‘stay home and do nothing’ statements and questions. I wish…

  11. rubu says:

    If you’re a pro, your time and expertise are worth so much more. If you’ve got the knowledge, but no writing experience to speak of, it’s a great opportunity to get your feet wet. Blogging offers a big break into a world that would have never opened for them.