Hi it’s Daniel here. Thanks for bidding on my project.
I am looking for a clever and creative writer to create the written “show notes” following our specification for 24 podcast episodes.
You will need to listen to each 45 and 5-minute episode ( we have 2 episodes per week, one 45 minute interview or solo and a 5 minute motivational ) in its entirety to obtain the information you will need to write the individual show notes for each episode.
I look forward to seeing your bid.
I am looking for consistency in the writing style from episode to episode. This includes paragraph lengths, use, and placement of sub-headlines, etc.
The goal of the show notes is to entice the reader to want to listen. The show notes should focus on the *why* they should listen -- all the bene ts.
In the podcast we typically say “if you missed anything we covered here today in this episode, not too worry because we take all of the notes for you”. These “show notes” should make this a reality.
I would like the writing style to also follow the mood and tone of the show. The length of the show notes should range between 440-500 words.
We require the podcast episode “show notes” to entice the reader to want to listen. We want to tease them somewhat by letting them know what they will learn and the bene ts in doing so.
1. Primary Keyword Phrase - Use the primary keyword phrase (I.e. “how to monetize your ebook”) 3 times during the normal course of writing.
2. Secondary Keyword Phrase - Use the secondary primary keyword phrase (I.e. “monetizing an ebook”) 1-2 times during the normal course of writing.
3. Length - Each article will be 550+ words in length.
4. Third Person - Each article is to be written in the third person.
5. Entice the Reader - The purpose of the show notes it to entice the reader to want to listen, by It is very important that the reader gets a good overall summary of what was covered in the podcast. Listen carefully to the host to ensure the proper wording and terminology is used.
6. Powerful Headline - Write a very compelling headline. You do not need to include the Keyword phrase. These are some examples of headlines I like. If there is a guest be sure to include their first and last name.
7. Sub-headlines - We want 3-4 sub-headlines, that reflect the questions that are covered in
the podcast. These are short and easy to understand. There are questions asked in the sub-headline. (ex: What is Ozone?) Offer the answer concisely as answered by the show host. *One sub-headline should use the primary keyword phrase.
8. Bullet Points - At least once in the article, there will be a list of bullet points that will list other topics that are covered in the podcast. These bullets are very important and should tease the reader about what they’ll learn and bene t from by listening.
9. Closing Paragraph - The closing paragraph should reiterate why they should listen (what they’ll learn, bene ts of listening), and then ask them to listen now.
10. Resources - Please include a bullet point list of short bene t rich sentences of any resources we mentioned in the article so we can link to them.
11. Article Summary - Write a compelling summary of what the podcast is about that includes the keyword phrase. (Maximum 156 characters including spaces)
12. Twitter Text - While the article is fresh in your mind please write use three enticing 100 characters (maximum) sentences that we can use in Twitter. These can often be the same as the bullet points in the article.
I do also love the writing style in the articles below: http://www.podcastingmastery.com/earning-100-a-day-as-a-podcaster/http://www.podcastingmastery.com/how-to-make-money-podcasting/
I have attached a sample podcast for you. This project is ready to go. I look forward to seeing your bid.
Less than 30 hrs/week
1 to 3 months1-3 monthsProject LengthDuration
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