Posted on May 29th, 2019
Are you a writer with an unhealthy podcast listening habit? You could be just what we're looking for!
We provide you with steady writing work and a team to support you that allow you to focus on what doing your best work.
“The work itself is fun and interesting—I get to listen to podcasts and learn while I’m working, and it’s a cool variety of stuff, too. I also like that I can do the work on my own time, and that’s super important to me as a freelancer: the flexibility. The other huge thing is having regular, project/assignment-based work each week—that’s awesome, and it means I can relax some knowing the work will be there. And, the team great as well!”
Transcripts suck. Our writers are more than just note takers. They tease out the themes and lessons from our clients' podcasts and present them in a way that resonates with readers, performs well in SEO, and provides real value to the people they aim to serve.
And no, we're not just talking about show notes. Many of our clients work with us to turn their podcast episodes into long-form blog posts that mean our writers have to get deep into the weeds of the subject matter.
The most important quality we’re looking for is your ability to write for industries that are relatively unfamiliar to you. You love learning new things and turning interviews into compelling articles. You’ll be able to build your knowledge as you write for niche clients over a long period of time.
You’re comfortable working remotely, with steady, ongoing part-time availability.
If this sounds like you, we'd love to hear from you.
To apply, email your LinkedIn URL (like: www.linkedin.com/in/harrymorton/) with the subject line "I love podcasts" to firstname.lastname@example.org