Are you interested in tech, software, and filmmaking?
Do you love researching, learning new stuff, and most importantly writing?
If you answered yes to these questions, read on.
My website is quickly growing into an enormous resource for people all over the world who need help in their filmmaking process.
This means that I need to bring on someone experienced in writing for SEO and who has a lot of knowledge about filmmaking, mostly post-production.
It's an exciting opportunity for you to be able to write about something you love - filmmaking! Whether you're a hobbyist or consider yourself a pro on the topic, we want you to write for us.
I'm looking for someone who has the following skills and mindset:
- Understanding of the niche - You should be knowledgeable about filmmaking, various NLE software, and basic editing principles.
- Fast writer - You need to be able to create high-quality content fast. The website is growing exponentially. Speed and, more importantly, meeting deadlines IS A MUST.
- Independent - I need someone who is resourceful and who can research and write on the topics requested without any handholding. Don't get me wrong; I am happy to teach you and help you improve. But I have many other tasks to perform, so I will trust you to produce high-quality articles without my assistance.
- SEO-writer - You should be able to gently nudge the search engines to the right queries while focusing heavily on helping the readers who need help with their problems.
- Focus on this project - I'm not looking for someone who will send me a few thousand words now and then. I need someone with time to focus on this project and deliver consistently every week.
- I'm looking for a very consistent part-time freelancer with the mindset of writing for this project long-term. Please don't submit a proposal if you're just looking for a writing gig for the next couple of months.
- Payment will be 3 cents per word, and you will be writing 1000-2000 word informational articles about film-related topics, mostly post-production.
- We can discuss how much you have time to write weekly, but I'm looking for anything between 5000-10000 words each week at a consistent rate.
- I need to see some samples of your writing to ensure that you actually know how to write informational articles for the internet in native English.
- You will always communicate with me directly, and I am looking forward to hearing from you. Let me ask you a favor to help me weed out spammers; please put the word "cat" at the top of your response so I know you read through the entire job listing.
And, of course, if you have something else that is related and you want to brag about it, I'd love to hear it!
As a final note, if you don't hear back from me after a few days, I'm sad to say that means I found someone else.