Native Finnish journalist/blog writer required

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Experience Level: Intermediate
We are an international content marketing agency and the market leader in the UK. Content marketing helps companies to increase their ranking in search engine results by regularly publishing well-written articles in all major languages.

We are currently expanding into the Finnish market. Building on our long expertise with English content, we would like to give Finnish clients the opportunity to get high quality content in Finnish, too. This is where you come in. We want you to produce one sample article that will demonstrate to prospects that we work with experienced native Finnish writers. We will also show this to prospective clients outside of Russia who think of content marketing to Finns. In both cases – if we get in the deal, you will get the job of writing the content, so it's in your interest to write it as well as possible
Please write a 500 words unique feature article on a subject of your choice within one of the following areas: Finance, online retail, economy, property, IT technology, digital marketing. For example: "Trends in Finnish eCommerce"
1. To demonstrate your research skills, use at least 3 Finnish language sources than are not older than 12 months, preferably from press releases, not news outlets
2. Use a professional, journalistic tone and structure your piece in three parts, using subheadings
3. Add a catchy, search friendly headline and a short 2 sentence summary/extract to complete the package
4. Submit the article to us for proofreading
5. Proofread the article that has been written by your proofreader.

For this article, you can charge £45 (69 USD). The deadline is March 25th. Please let me know if you take on the assignment.

If this goes well, there could be plenty of ongoing work for you.

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