Blog Writer for Productivity, Technology, Mindful Tech

Freedom Published: March 5, 2018
Durham, NC
Work can be done remotely
Job Type
Company Type
Small Business



We are looking for a U.S.-based content writer for our blog, preferably with experience writing SEO-optimized content in the productivity space.

This job will start as a paid trial in which you will write 1-3 articles for the site. If you do good work, we will then officially bring you on as a freelance writer and you will be sent multiple article requests each month per your availability and our content budget.



  • 1-3 long-form posts (1200-2000 words) per week on topics provided
  • Research each article topic using high-quality sources
  • Translate research into simple, actionable insights and advice
  • Submit each article to the editor by its deadline
  • Respond in a timely manner to team communications

Here are a few examples of the types of articles you will write:

Potential writing areas:

  • Product how-to’s
  • Science of attention, focus, and distraction
  • Time management techniques, strategies, and research
  • Habits/routines
  • Digital distraction/addicting tech
  • Strategies for a sustainable relationship with technology


  • A Freedom Premium account for the duration of your work
  • Get paid to research and write while you learn about productivity, focus, and how to build a healthy relationship with technology
  • Build your portfolio
  • Work remotely on your own time
  • Potential opportunity to interview and collaborate with various productivity experts, professionals, and creatives for our spotlight series on the blog.


  • Native English speaker
  • US-based
  • Freelance writing experience
  • Proficiency in basic IT skills (e.g. Google Docs, email)
  • Ability to distill complicated research into simple, actionable insights

Preferred but not necessary:

  • Experience with SEO-optimized writing
  • Writing experience and knowledge of topics pertaining to productivity


  • After paid trial articles, 3-7 Cents per word depending on experience and skill set.

After the paid trial, if we decide to bring you on as a freelance writer, we will ask you to sign a contract and fill out a W-9.

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