Hi. I'm looking for a content writer with a fun and engaging style to write on hacks and tricks that students can use to work smart instead of hard. If you are cynical about college and like to research tricks and hacks or already know of some from your personal experience, this job will be a blast :D
I'm putting this down as hourly, but if you are more comfortable working under a per word cost arrangement, I will consider it. At this stage, however, my main goal is to get a few writers together, hire those on my shortlist for 2-3 hours a piece, and get a feel for their voice, fit, and interest for the job.
To provide some guidance, an example of a hack would be, instead of reading an assigned book, look at summaries online. Extending this to a problem set, a trick would be to cut & paste the question into Google and search if someone else has already done it.
- Writes for Western audiences and can create a persona or voice through their work that will appeal to people looking for hacks & cheats.
- Achieved 100+ hours completed and/or 4.5+ star rating.
- Individuals are preferred, though a team is okay if you have strong communication.
- Reply with why you are interested in the job. Do not bog me down with a generic cover letter.
- For bonus points, talk about a cheat or hack you have done yourself and would be interested in doing a writeup of.
- For comparison purposes, discuss your per word cost or, say, your cost per 500 words.
- If I like what I see, I'll get in touch to share more details and setup some trial jobs.
Finally, I don't want to deal with someone who couldn't even be bothered to look at my entire job posting, so please use the codeword "REBEL" at the start of your communication with me. I'm sorry for this, but I need to catch the bots who bid on everything :D
7 freelancers are bidding on average $9/hour for this job
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