Thanks for taking the time to read this posting:
I'm looking for part time writer to join my marketing firm. ABOVE ALL ELSE, I need a talented, creative, writer who is detail oriented and deadline driven. Fast turnaround is important in my business, and that's what I need from you. I'm not really worried about experience; if you can write high quality text on a consistent basis, apply. I will train you on specifics.
General Company Bio:
My firm provides online marketing for clients all across the world. We work with small startups and entrepreneurs, as well as billion dollar companies. The common thread for 95% of what we do is that it's writing based. We have annual 6 figure revenue, and are growing rapidly.
The Specific Work We Do:
- Create sales letters, sales pages, landing pages, and other pieces of sales "copy," for clients.
- Write marketing and customer service emails for companies.
- Write web copy (aka, we write the text/content you see on your favorite company's website)
- Write "white papers," "case studies,""press releases," and "advertorials."
- Write blogs and articles about interesting things in a variety of industries.
- Write product descriptions for consumer goods companies.
Hours: 10 - 15 hours a week to start. I have so much work coming through my desk that it's a joke. If you're talented, and we work well together, we can quickly expand this to full time & salaried.
Weekly Schedule: Fairly flexible. We can reach a specific agreement if you are interviewed.
To Apply: Send your resume, and include a brief note highlighting any past writing experience that you've had. Additionally, I will reach out via email to request a writing sample from those candidates who show promise. As far as this sample goes, it can be a poem, creative short story, novel, article on business ethics, treatise on the history of humanity, or page from your diary. In other words; don't stress about the sample too much, I just want to see your writing in action.
Finally, let me stress one last time that experience does not matter. If you are (or suspect secretly that you might be) a gifted wordsmith, then apply.