Topic: Many niches
Outline & Structure: Ongoing content writing work in multiple niches
* Born and live in the United Kingdom, We already have Americans, Canadians, Australians on the team so please don't apply unless you're a Brit.
*Native writers are the only ones capable of delivering the quality of content we need, and we know this from experience. Any applications from outside of these zones won't be considered.
* Be available on Skype throughout the day- communication is a must.
* Keep deadlines
* Have an extensive work history of writing
* Can really engage a reader with sparkling and informative content
* Can make content shine with your own thoughts and ideas
* No spelling/grammar errors
* Must be able to use Google Docs.
Rates discussed with successful applicants. You are free to accept/decline any job offered.
You must also send one piece of writing as an attachment with this application for review.
Extensive research needed: no
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Sending samples is discouraged by PPH Scott, it breeches contractual copyright plus can result in strangers gaming free ideas and content. Maybe too you'd like to consider that zero hours contracts aren't for everyone..Scott A.25 Apr 2017
You do need to attach a previous piece of your writing from your portfolio for review, I'm not asking for a free sample.Francis E.25 Apr 2017
I don't write for fun Scott and I don't break contractual arrangements with existing clients. I really, really would go there for unidentified internet strangers?!
Maybe you could attach something appropriate re the standard/tone you are looking for, or something that's been for your business in the past, to your Brief?
What's your ludicrously low rate of pay for this? £2.50 a pop?Scott A.24 Apr 2017
Yes, that's right. £25.00 per article.
Is this the same project that you posted yesterday? Each time that we submit a proposal, as a potential bidder, we use up one of our precious proposal credits - which is rather annoying if it's for the same project.