We're a mid-Atlantic based blog start-up that's looking to target the Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) niche within the corporate finance market. In doing so, our mission is to provide news, tips, tricks, templates, guides, trainings, tools, resources, ebooks, products and services that can help the growing FP&A professional do their job better and grow their businesses.
We are looking to establish a long-term relationship with two to three writers whose ongoing scope of work will be to create finance focused blog content, desk guides, Microsoft Excel “How-Tos”, ebooks, templates, etc… Most of the information/research is easily available in the public domain via a simple Google search, but the ability to decipher it and translate it into simple, usable content that can be applied without an extensive finance background will be key.
Required: A sense of humor! Finance is dry and I am looking for content specialists who can take a typically boring topic and make it fun and understandable! For example, I wrote a post in 2014 that has got a great response on defining FP&A at a cocktail party that you can read here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1L-uSyyQNA8WXNDMElLYk4yZEk/view?usp=sharing (I am currently re-building the website, but it will be back up soon, that is why I need help). I am looking for this type of creativity.
Looking for an initial 10 blog posts of between 600 to 1200 words a piece.
Please provide examples of finance articles you have written and links to them.
A background in finance, economics, or other quantitative background will be very helpful. Will provide article titles and URL links for research, but you can also do research and use your own knowledge and suggestions for topics will always be welcome.