Are you an avid reader of business books, journals, and blogs? Do you enjoy the challenge of applying management, leadership, and personal effectiveness techniques to real life situations? Do you enjoy discussing these techniques with other people? And writing articles to explain the concepts - simply, practically, and effectively?
If you answer "yes" to most of these questions, then read on – we may have the perfect writing project for you!
We're [url removed, login to view] - a leading online business and career skills website - and we're looking for a freelance writer based in Australia to write two articles of approximately 1800 words. These will be on a subject to be confirmed, although we will try to select a topic that suits your areas of knowledge and interest. We will provide a style guide and examples.
If this work is done well, we will be pleased to offer a steady stream of ongoing work.
The ideal writer will have excellent writing skills and command of English, and will ideally have significant experience in writing objective, informative, and entertaining articles, preferably within the context of workplace/career effectiveness.
We would like to start the project (having agreed the topics) within 2 weeks, and we would like the delivery of the 1st article within 1 week, with the 2nd article the following week.
We appreciate that these pilot articles will take a little longer, so as well as your rates for this pilot project, please also give an indication of your rates to research and write a typical business article of 1800 words.
With your bid, please also answer the following questions:
1. What is your experience in the field of business and personal development?
2. What is your education?
3. What is your writing experience (in print and online)?
4. What areas of business, management and personal effectiveness interest you most?
5. What types of business/management books and other resources do you enjoy reading?
6. Do you have capacity to write 1 or 2 similar articles per week?
7. Where are you based in Australia?
Also, please direct us to the most relevant examples in your portfolio.
Individuals only, please. No companies or writing teams.