I am looking for a web content writer with plenty of experience in the gardening niche.
My company, The Squirm Firm (http://thesquirmfirm.com) has gone through a number of different writers while looking for the right person for the job.
If you look at our website, you'll notice that our more recent blog posts are much more in-depth and comprehensive. Recently, we have set a goal that each new piece of content we publish must be better than the top Google search results for the subject of the post. That means that we want to teach our customers all of the information contained within the top Google search results, while doing so more effectively
We want to make sure that these posts not only serve a purpose for the business, but also are able to educate our customers on the in's and out's of Worm Composting better than anybody else.
This particular job posting is for our November blog post. The title of the post will be, "What Will Happen To My Red Wigglers This Winter?". It will be written for people who are using search engines to figure out whether or not their worms will be safe, whether they have to do anything to prepare their worms for winter, and whether they will have to do anything different while maintaining the bin through the wintertime.
You must research the topic well and provide sources that you used for each part of the project. Price is negotiable assuming the writing meets the high standards that I am looking for.
Included below is a link to a checklist that I will be using before your post is published:
If you think you can consistently produce pieces that meet the requirements shown in the checklist above, this job is perfect for you. We will have you produce one blog post (700-1300 words depending on the depth of the topic) per month and, as mentioned above, we are more than willing to negotiate rates if you are the writer we have been looking for.