FREELANCE WRITERS NEEDED FOR TECH BLOG

Birmingham

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Posted
1278 days ago
Contract type
Temporary

Description

Digital Showdown is an exciting new technology review blog — with a twist. We pit two extremely well known technology products against each other in each blog post to decide which will be the ultimate winner. The blog will review many types of technology, including software, cameras, mobile phones and laptops.

We are looking for writers to contribute articles on a freelance basis. Articles must be 1000+ words and written to a very high standard of grammar, spelling and punctuation.

We cannot offer payment for articles straight away as the blog is very new, but as soon as the Adsense revenue begins to come in we will begin to pay writers a fee for their articles.

Writing an article for Digital Showdown can be great fun, and we'd love you to come on board. If you can establish a reputation with us as an excellent writer you will be in a great position when we start to pay for articles.

If you're interested please reply to this ad with a sample of your writing (preferably a blog post but anything that shows your writing ability will be fine) and we can take things from there.

Ad ID: 113420004

Stay Safe

  • "Meet face to face, never send payment for items you've not seen"
  • "If an ad or reply sounds too good to be true, it probably is"
  • "Use the 'Reply to ad' button for your safety and privacy"
  • "Don't reply to email addresses hidden in text and pictures"
  • "Beware of fake Gumtree, eBay or escrow sites and invoices"
  • "Don't carry large sums of money with you when meeting up"
  • "Tell others when/where you're going to trade, and bring a friend"
  • "Don't ship items - always trade face to face"
  • "Don't use Paysafe, Ukash or Western Union for Gumtree trades"
Read all safety tips 1 of 9