Games.Guru Content Writers Needed for Gaming Project
Can you explain why Mario 3 is better than Mario 2? Are you interested in working from anywhere in the world? Would you like to make money writing about a topic you love? If you answered "yes" to these questions, we might be a perfect match for you.
Our company needs native English speakers to produce content for our website related to games (video, computer, mobile) and other essential news in the gaming world. We are looking for excellent writers with great grammar and the ability to write within a specified structure.
A great fit for us is someone who has a love of gaming and is motivated to research and write about hot topics in the gaming world. We are looking for a person with a Bachelor's Degree (preferably in English, Journalism, or another related field). The ideal candidate is looking for a continual stream of assignments to be completed on a daily basis. We also have the desire to find writers who are looking for long-time cooperation.
What you'll do-
-Work with content management program to select and submit assignments
-Research topics and required styling
-Communicate regularly with Editor
-Write/Rewrite unique, factual content engaging to our target audience
-Check your work to meet our requirements
What we offer-
-Work from home, or a cruise ship, or the International Space Station (if there's reliable internet there)
-A chance to grow into different roles and to write unique articles
-No ghostwriting, you get credit for what you produce
-Get paid more for excellence and efficiency
($4 per article (between 800-1200 characters) if you produce 1-15 per day
($5 per article if you produce 15-19 per day)
($6 per article if you produce 20+ per day)
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