We're looking for passionate blog writer & freelancer to help us produce high quality informational and commercial content for our pet dog food (dog food nutrition, dog breeds, dog training ) related articles and reviews.
This is a long-term & high potential job for anyone who is interested in pet dog.
You'll be required to write at least 1 or 2 articles of 2000-5000 words per week.
(We provide topics and outlines, though ideas are always appreciated.)
The articles need to be written in a conversational tone. They should be both informative and engaging/fun to read.
Finally, you need to send these 6 things as a part of your application:
1. At least 5 related articles or links you have published.
2. Your rates based on different words ( 2000 words, 3000 words, 4000 words, 5000 words more, please offer the reasonable price)
3. Your answer on why you are a good fit for this position
4. you have been writing professionally about dogs for at least 3 years
5. English should be your native language
6. the subjects will be focused mainly on pet food. I would prefer to do business with a native English speaker who has experience in pet industry. Please place your bid per article.
When you write the article: (Important tips)
1. Short paragraph (Your paragraphs can't be more than 5 or 6 lines)
2. Short sentences (sentences is less than 20 words )
3. Try to write sentences with active voice
4. Good at using transition words or phrase in the article then article is Flesch reading ease
5. Good at arranging Keyword and related synonyms or variants
6. Optimizing the article with keywords and density
7. Write with the words "you" and "I". It makes the reader feel like you are having a conversation with them, which causes them to read more.
8. Use sub-headings. Sub-headings make your content easier to skim.
9. Write a conclusion. By having a conclusion people will know what your blog post is about.
10. Cite your facts.
11. Write thorough/actionable content. If people gain value from your blog they will come back for more.
I am willing to pay higher rates for the most experienced freelancers