Job Description / Overview
Catchup News is an online blogging website that gives users an entertaining and comical glimpse of the world’s everyday news and current affairs. Catchup News is looking for a creative blogger to research interesting topics each day and generate captivating posts that appeal to our users. We are looking for someone who is witty and amusing with outstanding writing skills that will engage the audience and in time help it to grow. This is a part-time job to be done in your own personal time from home with a minimum of 3 posts per day, 5 days a week. 200-400 words each.
Research topics and develop original content for the website. Find amusing/relevant images to make your posts more appealing. ● Keeping up to date with current trends and important occurrences. ● Spread your ideas across popular social media platform to help increase our audience.
Networking skills. Strong and engaging writing skills Basic photo editing Familiarity with popular social media and other platforms, e.g. Twitter, Tumblr etc. ● Copy editing skills
Example posts from our previous blogger https://www.catchupnews.org/catchupnews-blog/entry/the-mother-of-an-arsenalwinger-has-been-banned-by-club-after-alleged-attack.html https://www.catchupnews.org/catchupnews-blog/entry/ukip-have-reported-the-bb c-to-police-over-have-i-got-news-for-you.html
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Some clarity would be helpful Sam in respect of your budget. I assume for what you require your budget is £100 (remembering it is GROSS not NET) a day seeing as you want a huge bang for your buck, namely articles researched and written, marketing carried out to spread them and also images (can you clarify copyright or is there also further budget for images?) provided.
ello... as above please, can you confirm the budget... the post says entry level, but the job requires talent... so are you looking for results or numpties? I can help if it's the former... not so much if you want the latter...Sam A.Sat 11:14am
3 news items a day 5 days a week ongoingNeil C.Sat 12:05pm
for £100? a week?
Hi, can you please clarify what your fixed budget of £100 covers? Is this per day? Per article?