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This is a paid test job. If we like working together, there will be ongoing work, at whatever rate is agreed upon, for bloggers who can produce large numbers of well-written posts. We buy 1,000’s of content items per year and we’d like to buy more. On an ongoing basis, each post will be 50 to 500 words and include at least one image you will need to size and insert in WordPress. If you prefer different rates for different lengths of post, please specify. These 30 posts will be 50 to 150 words, so please bid for that length.
Please let us know your experience and which of the topics in the title of this post you are interested in, preferably with what aspects you find interesting: Gothic, Tattoo, Industrial, Music, Science Fiction, Fashion, TV. For example, if you list tattoos as an interest, say if you are more interested in specific artists or reality television about tattoos or hot chicks with ink. Do not just say, “Tattoos.” This is, after all, a writing gig. We have writing needs for both adult and non-adult content, so please let us know if you are comfortable with and interested in adult material. This test is NOT for adult content blog posts.
White Hat, Genuine Writing Gig – NO SPINNING!
This is WHITE HAT content creation. This is NOT an SEO job. That means you will actually need to write something about a topic, which you preferably have some interest in. Spinning something random will NOT be acceptable.
Fluent English with a casual conversational writing style, basic WordPress post creation, and very minimal Photoshop. If your writing is a good fit, we can and will train the right people in specific technical skills.
Although this is work for hire, you may choose a byline to go on the articles you write. The language of the site is English, so you must be fluent, but casual writing is fine i.e. you can use exclamations like OMG or LOL, general non-formal word choice. If English is your second language and you occasionally do not know the idiomatic way to say something, that is fine. US and UK English are both fine. Just be interesting.