Do you have a powerful passion for photography? Can you write engaging website content to get people jazzed about this amazing hobby/profession?
If so, we are looking for you.
We’re photographycourse.net and our mission is to educate newbies and mid-level shutterbugs about all things photographic.
This is where you come in.
You should be a photographer who loves what you do. Photography is your life. As our content writer, we want you to use that passion to get your readers stoked.
We’ll be hiring 2 or 3 people for this job.
Here are some of the requirements and skills we’re looking for:
- Strong research skills.
- A solid understanding of SEO is a big plus.
- Your biggest passion is photography.
- Must be able to do technical SEO writing.
- If you know a thing or two about WordPress, hurrah!
- Ability to meet deadlines.
- Great writing skills (You need to know the difference between there, their and they’re).
- English must be your native language.
This is a remote, fulltime job, so you can work from anywhere in the world. Okay, maybe not Antarctica. Hard to get good WIFI.
And you’ll need to participate in our business casual weekly team meetings.
Okay, now that you know what we need, let’s tell you about the benefits:
- Salary is between 800 and 1200 (USD) based on experience.
- You’ll be reaching an audience of over 70,000 visitors per month. It’s a great way for other people to see how talented and special you are.
- You’ll be working with a fantastic team of 5 other amazing people.
- You dedicate your time to Photographycourse.net, we won’t like it when you combine this fulltime job with another job.
We’re looking for a long-term collaboration. If you do a terrific job, there will be more opportunities in the future.
So here’s how to apply:
Write us a letter and tell us a little bit about yourself: your favourite photography sites, blogs, books, YouTube channels, podcasts etc. All photo-centric stuff.
Then make a small video (Nothing fancy. No CGI). Introduce yourself and share your thoughts about which elements make for a great photograph. Show us the camera you use and tell us more about your experiences as a photographer. Ever been chased by a bear? (Extra points!). Don’t forget to include why you make the perfect fit for this job.
Oh, one more thing: We’d like to see an example of one of your best photos (No nudes please).
This is a terrific opportunity, and we can’t wait to hear from you.