Do you consider yourself a beauty enthusiast? Do you keep up on the latest carrier oils or serums to hit the market? Do you appreciate the difference between cold-pressed and CO2 extracted oils? Do you experiment with tea rinses for your hair? Could you teach a masterclass on layering actives?
If you answered yes to the above, then keep reading.
I own the blog simplynaturalbeautytips.com and I'm looking for a blog writer that I can work with on a regular basis.
The blog focuses mainly on natural skin and hair care. So, the content is mostly about natural ingredients (carrier oils, essential oils, herbs and so on). There is also some content on popular synthetic ingredients like retinol and vitamin C in all of its forms.
I'm interested in collaborating with a writer who can write at least 2 articles per week. The articles will be 1000 - 1500 words.
Please note that this is a ghost writing project.
The pay is 6 cents per word.
- Native English speaker.
- A genuine interest in skin care or hair care.
- At least 3 years content writing experience in the beauty niche.
- Ability to write at least two, 1000 - 1500 word articles per week.
- Able to write in a conversational yet educational tone of voice.
- Willing to do any additional research required to make each article complete and helpful (the main sources for articles will always be provided to you, but you are encouraged to find additional sources when necessary).
- Comfortable reading studies or papers on sites like NCBI.
- An understanding of SEO is nice but not a must.
- Comfortable using Google Docs.
- Paypal account or something similar for payments.
HOW TO APPLY
- Send an email to [email protected]
- Use "Blog writer" in the Subject line.
- Include at least 3 writing samples in your email.
- Introduce yourself, including your experience and why you'd be a good fit for the blog.
- Specify which topic you're most interested in writing about: skin care or hair care.
- Provide your answer to this question: based on the information in this paper: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8197201/, which type of vitamin E is most abundant in jojoba oil? And how much?