Freelance writing Transportation & Logistics jobs

Find freelance writing jobs in the Transportation & Logistics industry on Scripted.

Current Jobs

Check out a sample of the 40 copywriting jobs posted below:

Weekly Industry News Round Up (9.30)
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
900 words

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Weekly Industry News Round Up (9.23)
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
900 words

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Weekly Industry News Round Up (9.15)
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
900 words

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Weekly Industry News Round Up (9.9)
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
900 words

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KARS Petro Home Page [RUSH ORDER]
Web Page
Transportation & Logistics
425 words

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Weekly Industry News Round Up (8.25)
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
900 words

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Weekly Industry News Round Up (8.26)
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1300 words

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S2I - How Freight Forwarders Benefit When They Look Beyond Expedited - Blog Brief
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
500 words

Main Idea: Expedited shipping in its traditional understanding is good – but not sufficient. S...

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Weekly Industry News Round Up (8.19)
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1300 words

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Weekly Industry News Round Up (8.12)
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1300 words

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Weekly Industry News Round Up (8.5)
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1300 words

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Weekly Industry News Round Up (7.29)
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1300 words

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How TactOps can give you flexibility in uncertain economic times [PRIORITY ORDER]
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
400 words

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S2I - Top 5 Considerations for Freight Forwarders Partnering with a Premium Transportation Management Provider - (August 2022) DRAFT
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1050 words

Notes: This is the sixth article in a six-part series exploring the benefits to freight forwarde...

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S2I - How Freight Forwarders Can Reduce Supply Chain Related Risk - (August 2022) DRAFT
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1050 words

Notes: This is the fifth article in a six-part series exploring the benefits to freight forwarde...

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Weekly Industry News Round Up (7.21)
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1300 words

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S2I - A Freight Forwarder’s Guide to Reliable Shipping - (August 2022) DRAFT
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1050 words

Notes: This is the fourth article in a six-part series exploring the benefits to freight forward...

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S2I - Handled with Care: Elevated Approach to Service Provides Shipment Protection and Peace of Mind - (August 2022) DRAFT
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1050 words

Notes: This is the third article in a six-part series exploring the benefits to freight forwarde...

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Weekly Industry News Round Up (7.15)
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1300 words

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Weekly Industry News Round Up (7.7)
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1300 words

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S2I - When You Need More Than Fast: Time-Definite Transportation Management - (July 2022) DRAFT
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1050 words

Notes: This is the second article in a six-part series exploring the benefits to freight forwa...

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S2I - How Freight Forwarders Benefit When They Look Beyond Expedited - (July 2022) DRAFT
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1050 words

Notes: This is the first article in a six-part series exploring the benefits to freight forwarde...

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S2I - How Freight Forwarders Benefit When They Look Beyond Expedited - (July 2022) DRAFT
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1050 words

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Weekly Industry News Round Up (6.30)
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1300 words

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Weekly Industry News Round Up (6.23)
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1300 words

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Weekly Industry News Round Up (6.17)
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1300 words

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Weekly Industry News Round Up
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1300 words

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Weekly Industry News Round Up
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1300 words

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Learn how you can benefit from Capstone’s unique business model [PRIORITY ORDER]
Email
Transportation & Logistics
250 words

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Weekly Industry News Round Up
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1300 words

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Rewrite a job post [RUSH ORDER]
Custom Project
Transportation & Logistics
880 words

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Weekly Industry News Round Up
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1250 words

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We are Delivery Mates [RUSH ORDER]
Email
Transportation & Logistics
750 words

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Weekly Industry News Round Up
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1200 words

Goal/Objective: Share insights with JM Rodgers newsletter list and blog followers based on the la...

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How Cargo Bikes going mainstream could improve Air Quality in London [RUSH ORDER]
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
655 words

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Weekly Industry News Round Up
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1200 words

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Weekly Industry News Round Up
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1100 words

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Weekly Industry News Round Up
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
1100 words

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Tune-up: How to Get your CDL License.
Content Tune-Up
Transportation & Logistics
950 words

Increase word count by ~300-400 words Content needs refresh to include more relevant informati...

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Where can I get CDL training?
Blog Post
Transportation & Logistics
900 words

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Creating Your Optimal Profile As a Transportation and Logistics Freelance Writer

Even in the online world, first impressions are everything which is why you'll want to ensure your Scripted profile showcases your expertise and writing skills. This ensures the client that their transportation and logistics freelance writing jobs are in good hands when they hire you. To create an optimal profile, you'll need three things:

  • A profile picture: ideally, this picture will be well-lit and cropped around your smiling face.
  • A writer's bio that includes your professional experience and interests. The main goal of your bio is to position you as an authority in your field.
  • Writing samples: The client will want to see what you've written in the past to determine whether you're a good fit to be hired for their logistics freelance writing jobs. If you're just beginning and don't yet have writing samples, you can write spec articles and post them to your LinkedIn profile or personal blog.

How to Create Long-term Relationships with Clients on Scripted

The key to building a freelance writing career on Scripted is knowing how to build long-term relationships with Scripted clients. Quality work, consistency, and on-time delivery will likely catch the eye of the clients and put you in a position to be offered transportation and logistics freelance writing jobs directly. There are a few different keys to developing long-term relationships with clients on Scripted:

  • Deliver quality work — Before submitting any job go back to the content brief to confirm you've hit every objective and guideline provided by the client. On top of that, your writing should be free of errors and written well.
  • Set the tone — As soon as you claim or win a job, spend a few minutes looking over the creative brief. This is for two reasons. One is that you want to acquaint yourself with the job objectives and two you want to see if you have any questions. From there, send the client a note via the messages function to say hello and request any needed clarification. This gesture sets the tone for communication and lets the client know their job is in the right hands.
  • Deliver on time — Make sure to monitor your deadlines so you can deliver quality work on time. If at all possible, it never hurts to turn your work in early.

The Benefit of SmartMatch for Transportation and Logistic Freelance Writers on Scripted

SmartMatch jobs on Scripted match you with transportation and logistics freelance writing jobs based on certain criteria and allow you to skip the pitching process and automatically claim jobs for which you're a good fit. SmartMatch jobs are first-come, first-served and once you claim them you can start working immediately!

How to Create Pitches to Win Jobs

There are plenty of transportation and logistics freelance writing jobs available, as well as jobs for other industries, on Scripted and if you see one that you know you'd be a good fit for that isn't a SmartMatch option, you can submit a pitch to win the job. Your pitch should include:

  • A quick, concise summary of your vision for the job (based on the content brief).
  • A summary of what makes you an authority and a good match for the job.
  • Links to previous work that illustrate why you're a good match for the job.

Set Prices Your Knowledge and Experience Deserve

When you pitch an idea on Scripted, you get to set a price that you believe is fair to the client and your experience. Clients can even send you an additional tip to reward you for excellent work.

Every project has a minimum price that ensures writers get paid a fair amount. You always control how much you charge, but the minimum prevents writers from drastically undercutting each other for jobs.

Work as Much or as Little as You Want

Some writers at Scripted use the platform to earn a little extra money. Others rely on it as their main source of income.

You can use Scripted to write as much or as little as you want. As a freelance writer, you control your schedule.

Quick Payments for Accepted Projects

Scripted partners with Stripe to get money in your bank account quickly. You can usually expect payments to reach your account within three to five days after your client accepts the project, depending on your Writer Tier.

Scripted's platform lets you track all of your projects and payments through a convenient dashboard.

Manage All of Your Clients From One Dashboard

As a freelance writer, staying organized can be a big challenge. As a Scripted writer you can manage all your customers, jobs, and pitches in one dashboard so you know what to prioritize and what stage every job is in. Each job is placed in one of these four stages:

  • Proposals – pitches that clients are still considering.
  • Writing – assignments with upcoming deadlines.
  • Editing – projects in the editing stage before they get sent to clients.
  • Ready for Review – jobs now in clients' hands ready for acceptance.

You can also use the Scripted dashboard to manage your Writer Portfolio, writing samples, payments, and job invitations.


Support From Scripted Team of Professionals

At some point, every writer runs into a situation they don't know how to handle. Perhaps a client demands something outrageous, or you're not sure how to answer a question about billing.

Scripted has a support staff of professionals waiting to address your issue as quickly as possible. Just reach out to Scripted Support to get your question answered. You'll get a friendly, helpful response ASAP.

Become a Scripted Writer

Start your application to begin finding writing jobs on Scripted. Once you create an account and submit your application, an editor will review your credentials to determine whether you have the skills necessary to join a platform of talented, hard-working writers. You don't necessarily need a lot of experience. Show that you're an excellent researcher and writer to get started. We look forward to welcoming you to the Scripted team!

Work with Great Companies

All Scripted writers have the opportunity to work with all these great companies (and many more!)

Frequently Asked Questions

Does Scripted allow writers in languages other than English?

We can't wait to open up Scripted to writers of every language, but unfortunately Scripted is English language only at this time.

How long does the application review take?

Applications are reviewed every Friday. So if you've submitted on anytime before Friday, you'll hear back from us that week. Applications submitted on Friday are reviewed with the next week's batch.

Can I apply to Scripted from my country?

Right now, Scripted is only accepting applications from the US and Canada. In March 2021, we'll be opening up to Europe. We intend to continue opening up the application process to the rest of the world throughout the year, so be sure to check back with us often!

What happens if my application is accepted?

You'll receive an email from us notifying you of the results and welcoming you aboard! From there, we'll help you with getting started on the platform, updating your portfolio and matching you with clients. In March 2021, all newly accepted writers will be required to attend a webinar on best practices on the platform. From there, you're free to start working on content and earning money!

Can I re-apply if my application was not accepted?

We're not currently accepting reapplications at this time, due to high volume. But that may change in the future, so please check back with us from time to time!

I'm curious about something else not listed here!

You can always reach out to us with any questions here. We're happy to help!

Hear From Scripted Writers

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I've been with Scripted for over 8 years. In that time, I've been able to hone my craft thanks to the amazing clients and account managers at Scripted. If you're looking for the best content - or a place for your writing to call home, this is it. (I was able to leave my full-time job!)

Jennifer Cameron
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Scripted is THE place for writers who wish to prove their mettle. If you're a beginner, you'll gain the confidence to score clients of your wildest dreams. If you're a veteran, Scripted expands your clientele with quality projects. Clients can look forward to working with some of the most diligent and dedicated writers on this planet. There's truly something for everyone and I'm blessed to be part of this solid community.

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I have worked for Scripted for seven years. Based on my experience, I have nothing but respect for the Scripted team. They have remained committed to the success of both their clients and writers, ensuring a seamless experience. Scripted has developed a platform where everyone shares the same goal. Each piece of content produced must be of the highest quality. This approach has allowed me to grow as a writer while providing clients with content that fuels their success. With Scripted, everyone wins — and I love that!

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Finally, freedom for freelancers! Flexible work, super-fast payments, awesome support, and lots of opportunities. Content writing has never been this straightforward.

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