Freelance SEO Content Writing Jobs in Australia

We are on the hunt for ambitious, freelance SEO content writers to write for the Hawk Marketing blog on a regular basis. This is a wonderful opportunity to expand your freelance content writing portfolio in 2022 and learn skills from a digital marketing expert with 13 years of professional writing experience including 5 years in journalism. Check out the freelance SEO content writing job we are currently hiring for and apply today!

Alternatively, if you have the skills and mindset that you believe aligns with Hawk Marketing Australia and don’t see a specific position advertised below that tickles your fancy, feel free to email an expression of interest to

Expand Your Freelance Content Writing Portfolio in 2022

Hawk Marketing Australia is looking for a freelance SEO content writer who is available to produce highly researched, insights-driven, well-written, long-form SEO blog articles. This position has all the benefits of remote work combined with gaining experience from a top digital marketing specialist with 13 years of experience in journalism and content marketing.

Why Work With Hawk Marketing Australia?

Whether you are a professional freelance writer with decades of experience, an aspiring writer who wants to expand their content writing career and portfolio, or a complete newbie who wants a highly experienced mentor to guide them in the world of digital marketing, SEO and content writing, you are guaranteed to gain valuable skills and knowledge when you work with Lainey Quinn, the founder of Hawk Marketing Australia. 

Lainey is an Irish digital marketing specialist with 13 years of content writing experience, based in Perth, Australia. She established Hawk Marketing in 2015, in her hometown, County Dublin, Ireland. Since then, she has worked closely with over 200 brands from all around the world hailing from industries such as AI, HR/recruitment, retail, hospitality, education, mining, engineering, oil & gas, fitness, sales, legal, and tourism.

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