Do you consider yourself a PC expert?
Do you spend more time with your computer than you do with your family? Do your friends constantly come to you as their first port of call for all of their PC related problems?
And do you love writing and blogging?
If you answered yes to these questions, then read on.
We’re a media company that runs a number of blogs. We’re looking for an PC expert writer who can help us expand our site, PCbuilderz.com. The site is under construction at the moment, but we’ve already begun a huge investment project to grow the site. We will mainly publish review roundups in additional to some informative posts regarding PC hardware.
This is an exciting opportunity for you to write about the thing you love most - PC components!
Whether you’re a hobbyist or consider yourself a seasoned PC builder, we want you to write for us. We’ll be covering a wide range of topics such as graphics cards, RAMs, motherboards, and CPU coolers etc.
For this, we need a true expert - no fakers here, please! If you don’t truly have a passion for these things, it’s not going to work, I’m afraid.
As a litmus test, ask yourself if you have a solid understanding regarding the terms like RAM timings, PCB, VRM heatsink, and CUDA cores without getting any help from Google?
Still reading? Great!
So, what’s in it for you?
Not only do you get to make money from your passion, but you’ll also be part of a wider team who are driven to grow the site further. We’ll give you a consistent, flexible flow of work to ensure you’re able to produce the very best content with minimal bottlenecks.
You’ll also get to be part of an exciting, growing project with a bright future and for which we have big plans in the pipeline.
If you've previously written for a big site in PC niche, it'll be counted as a plus.
You must be a native English speaker (Roughly the residents of USA, UK, RSA, CAN, NZ, and AUS)
Must have at least 3+ years writing experience
Must have writing samples related to PC parts.
Competitive freelance rates [$60/1000 words]
Consistent workload every week [3500 words/week]