We are looking to recruit a highly talented and ambitious Writer / Blogger to work for Smileo and in charge of accelerating the production of content for our website www.smileo.co.uk.
The overall purpose of our Content Editor is to create new pieces of content on a weekly basis which can be promoted across the Smileo blog (https://www.smileo.co.uk/blog/) as well as our social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.
Working for Smileo is an experience like no other; it will be challenging, fast-paced and you will be constantly learning – but we have lots of fun along the way and never take ourselves too seriously!
Our aim is to quickly build momentum on the number of content pieces we produce and publish on our site in order to deliver a solid search engine optimization strategy for our site to position Smileo as the No 1 platform in its vertical.
The Content Editor will be tasked with creating 3-5 new pieces of unique content of 1,500-2,000 words per week - focused on cosmetic dentistry and facial aesthetics.
For each article, the Smileo team will share the article headline, target keywords and some information about the required content or structure of the article to help guide the writing process.
It will be the Content Editor's responsibility to research the topic and create a content piece which matches the style and tone of voice of our site.
Once the content has been produced and signed-off by the Smileo team, it will be your responsibility to upload the articles to the Smileo website (access to our CMS will be provided).
EXAMPLE OF CONTENT
Below is a breakdown of some of the articles we have already created and published on Smileo. The Content Editor will need to ensure the content they produce match our writing style, tone of voice and that all articles are structured in a clear way.
ABOUT THIS PROJECT
The first phase of this project is for 1 article of 1,500 words of unique content to be produced for a cost of £30.
Once delivered, the content will have to pass our duplicate content check on Copyscape before the funds can be released.
We will only consider people with an excellent grasp of the English language who can demonstrate the quality of their writing through previous work completed.
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Hi Gregory - is there any movement on your budget at all? £30 for 1,500 words is low. ThanksGregory G.09 May 2018
Hi. Thanks for your message. All freelancers we have sourced through PPH and other freelancing platforms over the last 12+ months have produced this type of well-researched content (1,500+ words) for £30. This fee came from the market, not us. We have therefore used an average cost per word of £0.02 for all our content briefs. I fully understand that you may not be able to align yourself with this average cost per word and would never request freelancers to do so. We have had a lot of interest and have awarded a number of content writing projects over the last 3 weeks - all of which were between £20 and £30 for 1,500 words. Hope this makes sense.Fay N.09 May 2018
Hi Gregory - while it makes sense, it doesn't fit with your marked budget range. 1,500-2,000 words is likely to be a morning's work if research also needs to be conducted. Would you work all morning for what amounts to less than £20 once fees and expenses are deducted? That's less than minimum wage here in the UK and certainly not a liveable wage, just something to think about. Thanks, Fay
Are you looking for a 1,500-word researched blog for £30???Gregory G.09 May 2018
Hi. As per my previous comment on the subject (see above) , this cost of £0.02 per word is based on the work awarded through PPH over the last 12+ months. This £0.02 per word was a result of the proposal we received, not us setting the price. Please remember that freelancers using the PPH platforms come from all around the World and may have different revenue requirements. We have personally used writers from the UK and US primarily but have also used freelancers from the Philippines. Hope this makes sense.
You just posted this a few days ago and awarded it so what happened? What does £30 cover? A 2,000w blog????!!!!Gregory G.09 May 2018
Hi. Thank you for your message. Please see my 2 replies above which hopefully will clarify the situation.
Wasn't this posted yesterday?Gregory G.09 May 2018
Hi. Yes this was posted yesterday. We had a number of article briefs and upon allocating some of these to freelancers on the PPH community, we accidentally closed the job and therefore had to report a new one. We also had issues with freelancers new to the platform and not knowing how to send proposals - which we had to create new proposals for and share with them. Apologies if this was confusing.
HI Gregory, can you please clarify what the £30 fixed fee covers?Gregory G.09 May 2018
Hi. The fixed fee would cover the production of 1 x 1,500 article around a specific topic related to healthcare (cosmetic dentistry or facial aesthetics).Sue T.09 May 2018
Hi Gregory, I'm afraid the fixed fee is too low for me to put a proposal forward but thanks for your reply.