Wikimotive
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Wikimotive Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    2009
  • Company size
    less than 10
  • Revenue
    less than $1M (USD)
  • Headquarters
    Peterborough
  • Link
    Wikimotive website
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Salaries

Salary estimated from 41 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 9 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Content Writer in Remote
on April 21, 2022
I've been working at Wikimotive since 2020. I came onto the team almost directly out of college and definitely still had a lot to learn about content writing. My (fantastic) content manager and editors worked with me, providing kind yet constructive feedback. Now, what I write for Wikimotive feels like second nature. I've also been given generous rate raises throughout my time here. I absolutely love working with Wikimotive and could never see myself giving it up. I recommend Wikimotive to every freelance content writer who has interest in the automotive industry.
Freelance Writer/Editor in Remote
on February 23, 2022
Not a place for serious writers. What works for one editor, gets a revision notice from another. No consistency. Rules and requirements are not clearly spelled out. Often times they leave you to figure it out on your own. You won’t get paid for two months after you complete your assignments. You write articles for next months publications, but don’t get paid until the month after. I’ve been a freelance writer for five years, written 3 books, and 2 screenplays, this was one of the most bizarre, unorganized, poorly run writing companies I’ve ever worked for. If you’re a good writer who takes pride in his work stay away. If you’re a mediocre writer just looking for a paycheck, you might be ok, if you can figure out the requirements and formats, but don’t expect to get paid fairly or in a timely manner.
Content Writer in Remote
on December 3, 2021
This is a decent remote writing job. Like most freelance content gigs, you won't get rich; that said, if you're a quality writer who can knock out twenty-to-thirty 1200-word articles a month, you can expect to make $1000 to $1500 to start. Wikimotive has a writer-friendly setup where you simply submit the finished copy. The peeps behind the scenes (led by Kelsea & Wyatt) are very cool and helpful as well. For someone like myself making a transition into writing, I wasn't sure what to expect. Wikimotive made it easy for me to express myself and learn on a daily basis. Overall, I have zero issue recommending them!
Freelance SEO Content Writer in Remote
on November 11, 2020
Work-life balanceIt's whatever you make itPay & benefitsIt's slightly low for content writing, but there are opportunities for advancementManagementEditors are supportive and helpful.OverallI like writing for these guys. They're helpful and will reward good work. They also give responsive and helpful feedback. The editors obviously care about quality and encourage us to send in our best work.
Freelance Content Writer in Framingham, MA
on June 23, 2020
My current duties as a freelance content writer for Wikimotive have been satisfactory to my current wants and needs in an employer. I also have the ability to work remotely from my home which has been immensely helpful.

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The place is chill; just have the writing chops, and you'll make some $

Shared on December 3, 2021

Believing that your resume and experience will tell them what they need to know about your professional ability, Wikimotive wants to get to know their applicants as people. Part of this is to protect the great culture we've created, and to recruit those who will bring something new to it. In other words, be honest. All are welcome here (aside from the toxic).

Shared on May 19, 2020

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