I know that the title of the job post may sound a bit funny, but that is exactly what we are looking for.
Most people that are searching google for an answer to their question or problem, are not looking to read entire blogs. They just want to:
1.) Skim through an article's H2's and H3's
2.) Find the section they think will answer their question
3.) Hopefully find their answer in that small section
4.) Leave the page feeling happy that they got some value
That's how we want to write our blog articles. But we find that most writers don't think like us. So we thought we'd publish this job post in the hopes that we could find someone who thinks like us and writes with this philosophy in mind.
Blog articles that follow this philosophy typically (but not always) show these patterns:
- Smaller sections with descriptive headings (H2, H3, etc.)
- If the writing starts to veer from the original idea of that heading, it's probably time for a new heading/section
- The writer is mindful of the readers time, so they make it easy for the reader to find information
- Headings, or the core ideas of the piece, are written in a sequential order that give the piece a sense of flow
Our highest priority is delivering value to the reader. And what could be more valuable than a person's time?!
If you think like us, please send in your proposal with links to your work that showcase this philosophy.