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Article Writer Needed on an Ongoing Basis

digidom Published: November 28, 2019
The Interwebz
Work can be done remotely
Job Type
Company Type
Small Business


Are you a skilled writer or blogger with experience writing on a wide variety of topics?

Are you looking to write potentially 5-10 articles per week and to be paid on a per word basis?

If so, read on!

We are currently seeking to add 3-5 part-time article writers to our media company, which publishes content in a variety of verticals including health, technology, and home and garden.

We are a relaxed but professional team of 22 full-time employees with an ongoing need for articles. Many of our writers have been happily writing for us part-time for over two years.

Ideally you can contribute 5 or more articles a week; the beauty of this position is that it can scale up FAST, so if you are looking for a more reliable pipeline of writing work it could be an excellent fit.

Our process is straightforward:

  • If hired, you will be onboarded onto our communications and PM systems (Slack and Notion
  • You'll receive your first article brief from a team
  • As the team learns your writing style and you earn their trust, they will order more articles from you
  • You can submit payment requests as often as you want for completed work; most of our writers do so on an ongoing basis

We plan to hire someone who:

  • Has an adaptable writing style, as you'll be writing for a variety of websites
  • Is not expecting to publish under their own byline, as these are ghostwritten submissions
  • Is highly reliable and generally able to submit an article in 72 hours or less
  • Is naturally curious and learns quickly, as you'll be writing on a variety of topics.
    • No, you don't need to be an expert. You do need to be able to explore new areas/industries and gain a general understanding of them quickly
  • Is looking for reliable work for the long-term. As mentioned, this scales up quickly for reliable, adaptable writers.

Sound interesting? Please submit an application with exactly 3 examples of past work, an explanation of your areas of expertise, your rate per 1000 words, and the word "tomato paste" somewhere in the first 40 words of your application.

Thank you.

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