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10 Popular Websites to Help you Find a Company Blogger

Finding the right person to write your company/business blog can be really pain and challenging. You are lucky if you have an existing employee who knows your company and can write great blog content. But alas, that isn’t always the case.

Fortunately, there are many career websites and websites for freelance writers and bloggers who are actively seeking both virtual and in-house blogging jobs for businesses. Some of these sites offer ways for employers to publish open job postings. The following sites are a great place to start your search for a company blogger. Check out our list below.

1. MediaBistro: Jobs and recruiting for media professionals in journalism, on-line content, book publishing, etc. This is one of the more expensive places to publish a company blogger job, but the quality of applicants is likely to be higher than many writing sites or freelancer sites.

2. Elance: A very popular site for freelancers looking for work. You select the freelancer you want to work with and agree upon the pay. Once the freelancer is paid, Elance takes a percentage.

3. Odesk: Another site that works similarly to Elance, but freelancers are expected to track their work using a special tool which verifies their reported time.

4. Guru: Offers another place where you can publish a blogger job posting and get responses from bloggers who are looking for work.

5. CareerBuilder: One of the most popular career sites. If you have a bigger budget, then its huge audience makes it a great place to get your job posting seen by hundreds, if not thousands, of people.

6. Craigslist: It’s free, and it’s a great way to target local candidates.

7. Scripted.com: A popular content company that offers blog posts starting at $39 and tweets starting at $2.

8. BloggingPro: Owned by Splashpress Media. Free and paid job postings are currently available.

9. Freelancer: Works similarly to Elance and Odesk. But, you are expected to pay a portion of the agreed upon quote when the first milestone of the project is completed.

10. FreelanceSwitch: A free job board owned by a group of freelancers whose goal is to connect freelancers, including bloggers, with employers.

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