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The articles will be posted on the websites of retail florists, and should cover topics related to flowers and the benefits of giving and receiving flowers, etc.
Posts should be long enough to be actually informative, and while we don't subscribe to strict word counts we typically find decent articles to be 600 - 1,500 words.
You will have broad editorial license to pick your own topics, and we encourage writing in themed series. We will give you access to our stock photo account to select an appropriate image for each post.
We are seeking writers with a passion for marketing and technology with noteworthy publication histories and/or large audiences in social media or otherwise. Applicants will be screened on a rolling basis and should be enthusiastic about tech, marketing and advertising.
We seek to hire a writer on a freelance/contract basis to develop audio-visual scripts for animated videos, usually running at 1-3 minutes. Applicants should be able to condense complicated business subjects into effective and memorable narratives. Great client presence is a major plus. NYC-area residency is preferred, but not required.
There is a lot of work available, and we're looking for a freelancer who is comfortable with committing to delivering a consistent amount of work on a weekly basis. Typical assignments include blog entries, press releases, website content, product descriptions and articles for publication on external sites.
We are currently building a new website for a company which is the result of several mergers and acquisitions. This site will have all the standard information such as "about us," "contact info," "locations," .etc.
It will also have a comprehensive list of the services we provide, organized and nested in a way that makes sense. Here's an example of a tax firm that organizes their services well:
The exact structure and organization of the outline isn't that important. What's important is that the outline is essentially a list of SEO keywords. Further, each bullet point goes to a page about the topic which is again inherently an SEO goldmine. (That's why wikipedia always comes up first in results, it's an outline full of keywords.)