Thursday, April 14, 2011 8:50:00 PM
by Trish MacQueen - The Trickster
|Currently seeking new writers at The Word Shoppe. If you are interested, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re one of the top Internet content writing companies in Canada and we’re currently looking for content writers for articles, press releases and web content for our clients. PLEASE NOTE – This is not a ‘one project only’ request. We’re promising our sub-contracted writers a steady stream of work with a variety of projects. In return, we’re expecting high quality content by dependable and professional people, who are enthusiastic about the pieces they write and are creative in researching topics.
PLEASE APPLY IF: YOU SPEAK “ENGLISH” AS A FIRST LANGUAGE
1) You can take constructive feedback and follow instructions.
2) You’re comfortable writing for the following industries – real estate, home improvement, healthcare, law and government, food and drink, hotels and hospitality and technology.
3) You can write 500-1000 word articles with a quick turn-around rate.
4) You can develop a press release that follows PR Guidelines.
5) You have the ability to write interesting content for a website that will engage a visitor to read on.
REQUIREMENTS – Please include these in your application
1) We need to see writing samples before we make our choice. The more variety, the better chance you have of getting to work on our projects , as we need to see diversity in our hired writers. Sell your portfolio to us – here are some examples of content we’re looking for:
• Any ‘How To…’ articles (examples ‘How to Search for the best Travel Agent’, ‘5 Ways to Completely Transform your Kitchen)
• Press Releases
• Content that you have written for websites
• Any content dealing with the following industries – real estate, home improvement, healthcare, law and government, food and drink, hotels and hospitality and technology.
2) Please give us your work schedule and your turn around time. IE, which days of the week can you work and how many 500 word articles can you write in a week.
We look forward to hearing from some of the best writers out there.
The Word Shoppe
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