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Native English Writer Needed for a Photography gear reviews blog

Make a Video Hub Published: January 25, 2019
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Hey there, my name is Gloria, co-founder of a fast-growing video production blog. Our mission is to help people, especially newbies find a variety of tips, tricks, reviews & resources for learning how to make their very first video.

Currently we are hiring a writer that can produce high-quality photography gear reviews content and help us grow our site.

Here are some examples of the quality that we're looking for::

This is a long-term position. You will start with 3~4 blog posts  (3,000 to 4,000 words ) on a weekly basis, with much room to grow beyond this if you can deliver consistent quality work.

Your responsibility includes:

  • You'll be assigned topics by me and given a submission deadline. Then you will have to research further on the topics and come up with a rough outline for the post. Once it’s confirmed you can start writing content that provides real value, not a rehash of what you googled on the topic.
  • Preferably, you know how to dig into scientific research and studies to produce better and more accurate information.
  • Our content typically consist of best photography gear reviews, product comparisons, and other types of blog posts (buying guides, how-tos..)

Who We’re Looking For:

  • Professional writing experience: At least 1 year of working experience as a writer for blogs or informational websites.
  • Technical know-how: we'd expect our contributors to have excellent knowledge on the topics (photography gear) they're covering.
  • Reliability: Can you work independently, anticipate the needs of our readers, and hit every deadline? Must be able to show examples of your previous work.
  • A passion for Photography is a plus.
  • Excellent written English, including good spelling and grammar.

How To Apply

I do not need CVs, instead please answer the following questions (Please send your answers to g[email protected] and make sure your subject is "I know a lot about photography"):

  1. Please provide at least 2~3 articles you feel are closest to the writing style we like. If you don’t have any but are certain you can write in that style, send a paragraph within your email using the tone we are looking for
  2. I need links to your blog/Twitter/Quora/etc. Profiles (if you have)
  3. Your background and experience with photography, tell us why you are a good fit for this position
  4. What’s your rate per 1,000 words?

Thank you,


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