Blog and social media writers for the financial domain

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Project Description

We are an agency looking for experienced writers with an interest and expertise in the financial services industry to write blogs, articles and social media posts for a client of ours.

Blog Posts: Chosen writers will be tasked with providing at least two blog posts per month (1,000 to 1,200 words). The posts will be on topics related to personal finance, banking, loans, investments etc and will be specified by the client from time to time.

Social Media: 6 to 8 social media posts catering to various channels like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and other as may be specified from time to time. The posts need to be engaging and should have the ability to gain interest and virality from the target audience. Posts will need to adhere to the specifications defined by the respective social media sites.


• Excellent writing skills

• Familiarity or deep domain expertise with the Banking and Financial Services sector in India

• Ability to analyze news reports to identify trends and write opinion pieces

• Timely delivery


Selected writer(s) will be put on a monthly retainer. Terms will be discussed individually.

To Apply:

Please send across a detailed resume with your qualifications and experience

A link to three articles (or) your social media presence to showcase your ability to understand and create for the specific channel

Shortlisted applications will be required to go through a test to gauge their suitability.

Important: Please apply only if you have a deep understanding of the BFSI space in the Indian context.

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