***First and foremost, I'm only interested in high-quality, punctual writers. Those two qualities are extremely important, and if you have both, then we're already off to a good start! :)
Topic or description of what I need written:
To start, I need you to write 4 blog posts per week, of between 400-600 words, Tuesday through Friday, on various topics related to health and fitness.
I'm looking for someone with a relatively laid-back and fun/witty style, but will consider all high-quality writers.
You will be provided with a keyword and title for each article to base your content around, so you don't have to come up with the topics yourself, but you will have to research any unfamiliar topics.
I prefer someone that is already familiar with WordPress, as I will be providing detailed instructions on exactly how to publish each post.
Wordpress familiarity isn't absolutely essential, as long as you can follow along with a screencast detailing the steps to using the Wordpress system.
There will be major bonus points for anyone able to include links in each post to other internal pages on the website that you will be publishing to.
SEO Knowledge would help immensely, but if you can follow a simple, step-by-step formula for each post, then it's not necessarily required.
Timeframe for delivery:
Four posts will be needed per week, published on Tuesday through Friday, but you can write them all at once or one at a time.
If you choose to write more than one at a time, I will show you how to queue up the articles from within WordPress to automatically post on specific days.
Quality and punctuality are extremely important, and if you meet all of the requirements, there are several opportunities for increased work and pay in a long-term business partnership.
Please include at least 2-3 sample articles that you have written, with at least one relating to health/fitness, as well as a short bio about yourself including: name, location, and one interesting fact about yourself.
Since I'm looking for a potential long-term partner, pay will start on a per-post basis, eventually moving to more of a part-time or even full-time structure.